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Guild of Imbalance

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[e][h]Guild of Imbalance
Team Information
Location:
Coaches:
Ruslan "Adolf[RA]" Bajenov
Team Earnings:
$2,584 USD
Links
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
0
0
0
0
History
Created:
2010-09-06
Disbanded:
2013-03-13


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The Guild of Imbalance, also known as imba.FXOpen between December 2010 and March 2012, is a Russian StarCraft II team which includes a female roster. After the release of the game, this former Brood War team participated in several online Russian events.

The Guild of Imbalance eventually earned a reputation in the beginning of 2011. FXOpen became their main sponsor, they recruited Strelok, and LoWeLy started to make his name amongst the European players.

In August 2011, Brat_OK, Strelok and LoWeLy competed in ASUS ROG Summer 2011 at Assembly, which was the first time that Guild of Imbalance sent players to a premier event. Strelok had to cancel his participation, and LoWeLy wasn't able to reach the main bracket, but Brat_OK had a good performance by taking fourth place. A few days later, Strelok had to again cancel his participation in a premier event, this time for 2011 MLG Raleigh, because he caught a bad cold while he was visiting Cologne during Gamescom [1].

In March 2012, the partnership between Guild of Imbalance and FXO came to an end, and the team was split into two, with the professional players moving under the FXO wing, whilst the Guild of Imbalance stayed true to its roots as a social clan.[2]

History[edit]

  • January 4th, knoxville decides to leave a team to join newly formed ogranisation eLPride, but shortly after was caught for maphacking on ladder [3].
  • March 13th - Guild of Imbalance disbands.

Player Roster[edit]

At time of Disbandment[edit]

Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
RussiaAdolf(RA)Ruslan Bajenov
RussiaCouguarVitaly Roshin201?-??-??201?-??-?? Vega Squadron
RussiadSKe
RussiaOnelastgoodbyeVladimir Kirilov
RussiaVindikat

Former[edit]

Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
RussiaBrat_OKPavel Kuznetsov2011-07-312012-03-03 FXOpen e-Sports
RussiaElbegastPavel Semenov2012-01-092012-03-03 FXOpen e-Sports
UkraineHappyZergSvyatoslav Vlasyuk2012-01-052012-03-03 FXOpen e-Sports
UkraineknoxvilleOleh Skobeliev
BelarusKvetkaTatyana Mazanik
BelarusLoWeLyAnton Plebanovich2010-12-092012-03-03 FXOpen e-Sports
RussiamaxMaxim Yurkov
RussiarendisReina Kröger
RussiaRollSergey Moroz201?-??-??201?-??-?? Virtus.pro
Russiasadisteeg
UkraineSnakeDmitriy Grigoriev201?-??-??2012-03-03 FXOpen e-Sports
LatviasoLOVEy
UkraineStrelokEugin Oparyshev2011-05-132012-03-03 FXOpen e-Sports
RussiaUral
Russiavindikat
RussiawildSCVMarat Uryvsky

Team Achievements[edit]

DatePlaceTierTournamentResultPrize
2012-05-27CA3rdA3Minor4PL Clan League Season 24PL Clan League Season 23 : 2$880
2011-12-02BA2ndA3Minor4PL CLan League4PL CLan League2 : 3$1,004
2011-09-15AA1stA3Minorincredible Panic Team League Season 2incredible Panic Team League Season 24 : 3$700
2011-07-30DA4thA3MinorRussian-language Pro League 4Russian-language Pro League 40 : 4$0
Complete list of results in any tournament

Statistics[edit]

Earnings Statistics

Team Medal Statistics

TierTotal
Minor1113
Total1113

1v1 Medal Statistics

TierTotal
Major1001
Minor1023
Monthly0112
Weekly55111
Total76417

Note: This table shows the medals won by players
in 1v1 events while on the team.

References[edit]

  1. imba.FXOpen.Strelok could not go to MLG
  2. Alexj (2013-03-03). "Guild of Imbalance and FXOpen part ways". tl.net.
  3. Cybersports.ru: [1]
  4. HappyZerg: "imba.FXOpen.Slavik ^^". Twitter.com @HappySlavikk, 5 January 2012. TL.net Forum thread
  5. imba.FXOpen.Elbegast Russia www.virtuspro.org, 9 January 2012
  6. Alexj (2013-03-03). "Guild of Imbalance and FXOpen part ways". tl.net.
  7. Strelok joins imba.FXOpen
  8. imba.FXOpen.Brat-OK
  9. Several members leave the team
  10. Russia imba.Lancelote (2010-12-09). "Новости #3". imbalance.ru. Retrieved 2013-04-09. Translated version