Incredible Miracle

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Team Information
Location:
Coaches:
Kang Dong Hoon (강동훈)
Links
Achievements
2011 GSTL February IPL Team Arena Challenge 1 IPL Team Arena Challenge 3 2013 Global StarCraft II Team League Season 1 
Solo Achievements
2010 GSL Open Season 22011 GSL January2011 GSL March Code A2011 GSL World Championship2011 GSL May2011 GSL July2011 MLG Pro Circuit: Anaheim2011 GSL AugustBlizzCon 2011 StarCraft II InvitationalWorld Cyber Games 20112012 GSL Season 22012 GSL Season 3IEM Season VII - CologneIEM Season VII - KatowiceIEM Season VII - World Championship2013 WCS Season 1 Europe2014 MLG Anaheim
History
Created:
2010-10-01
Recent Player Trades:
2014-07-31 - ByuL leaves
2014-07-23 - Trap, Squirtle, Mvp, YongHwa leave
2014-07-22 - Ruin leaves

Overview[edit]

Incredible Miracle is a top Korean StarCraft II team. It was founded in 2010 by five former StarCraft: Brood War players: ZergBong/NesTea, Mvp, ChRh/KYumer, TT and LosirA.[1][2] Later on, Junwi would join the team after leaving the Old Generations team. NesTea would end up winning the GSL 2 and was thus the first player on IM guaranteed Code S entry to the 2011 GOMTV tournaments.

At the start of the GOMTV Sponsorship League, IM had two Code S players, NesTea and Mvp. Both NesTea and Mvp are easily considered two of the very best players of Starcraft II so far. Both players have made it into the Ro4 of the GSL January 2011 Sponsorship League without losing a single game. They would play against each other in the Ro4, where Mvp defeated NesTea 3:1. Mvp went on to win the January season, becoming the first Terran champion as well as making Incredible Miracle the first team with two champions.

In GSL March, Mvp briefly fell to code A. At the same time however, LosirA won the Code A tournament and secured his Code S status through the Up and Down Matches. While still in Code A, Mvp won the World Championship tournament, becoming the first two-time champion on the team. Mvp quickly made it back into Code S in May, the next season, while NesTea got his second championship in the same season.

In GSL July, NesTea and LosirA met in the Code S finals, this would be the first time there was a team kill in a GSL final. NesTea won, becoming the first three-time champion, as well as the only player to win every game in a GSL Code S, without dropping a single set.

In August, Mvp won his 3rd championship, making Incredible Miracle the first team with two three-time champions. No other team is remotely close to obtaining this achievement. Mvp won his 4th championship in 2012 Season 2, the first player ever to do so, and as of May 2012, NesTea and Mvp together have more GSL championships than all other champions combined, having 7 between them out of 12 tournaments.

In 2012 GSL Season 3, Seed won his first GSL championship against MC, going 4-1 in a very fast series, making him the second Protoss GSL champion. IM now has a champion from each race and 8 out of 15 total GSL championships.[3]

Timeline[edit]

  • October 10, Incredible Miracle was founded.

Player Roster[edit]

Roster after winning the 2011 GSTL Feb. League

Former[edit]

ID Name New Team
krSouth Korea z Lucky Lee In Soo
Retired
krSouth Korea z ByuL Han Ji Won CJ Entus
krSouth Korea p YongHwa Choi Yong Hwa MVP
krSouth Korea p Trap Cho Sung Ho Jin Air Green Wings
krSouth Korea p Squirtle Park Hyun Woo
Retired
krSouth Korea t Mvp Jung Jong Hyun
krSouth Korea p Ruin Hong Deok Wayi Spider
krSouth Korea t UngNim Shim Jae Hyun
krSouth Korea z NesTea Lim Jae Duk
krSouth Korea p First Kang Hyun Woo TCM-Gaming
krSouth Korea t YoDa Choi Byung Hyun TCM-Gaming
krSouth Korea z Losira Hwang Kang Ho MVP
PeruPeru t Fenix Jian Carlo Morayra Alejo
Inactive
krSouth Korea z RagnaroK Shin Hee Bum AZUBU
krSouth Korea p Seed Ahn Sang Won FXOpen e-Sports
krSouth Korea t Happy Ahn Ho Jin
Retired
krSouth Korea p Ready Moon Jin Hyun
Retired
krSouth Korea Z True Yoo Ki Sung
Retired
krSouth Korea t dreamertt Kim Ji Hoon
Retired
krSouth Korea z horror Kim Hyo Jung MVP
krSouth Korea z Sopia Park Min Kyu
Retired
krSouth Korea t KYumer Choi In Kyu
Retired
krSouth Korea p TT Park Sung Hoon
Retired
krSouth Korea t GanZi Kim Dong Ju SlayerS
krSouth Korea z Sleep Kim Sung Han SlayerS
krSouth Korea t IceCream Cho Jae Won ZeNEX
krSouth Korea p HwangSin Hwang Seung Hyuk MVP
krSouth Korea p NalZa Kong Won Wook MVP
krSouth Korea z MinSeOk Kim Min Seok
Retired
krSouth Korea t Apocalypse Kim Min Hyung Quantic Gaming
krSouth Korea p BBi Park Hyo Jong
Retired
krSouth Korea z Junwi Park Gyung Lak
Retired

Organization[edit]

Name Position
South Korea Kang Dong Hoon Head Coach
South Korea Choi Seung Min Coach

Team Achievements[edit]

2013
Date Event Result
2013-07-20 2013 Global StarCraft II Team League Season 1 5 : 3
2013-03-29 2013 IGN Pro Team League Season 1 4 : 5
2012
Date Event Result
2012-11-21 2012 IGN Pro Team League Season 1 1 : 5
2012-08-11 IPL Team Arena Challenge 3 1 : 5 / 5 : 3
2011
Date Event Result
2011-12-22 IPL Team Arena Challenge 1 0 : 5 / 5 : 3
2011-03-24 2011 Global StarCraft II Team League March 4 : 5
2011-02-10 2011 Global StarCraft II Team League February 5 : 4

Championships[edit]

 Global Starcraft II Team League Champions

Preceded By:
None
GSTL Feb
10 February 2011 – 24 March 2011
Incredible Miracle
GSTL March
Succeeded By:
SlayerS
2012 GSTL Season 3
Preceded By:
FXO
2013 GSTL Season 1
20 July 2013 - Present
Incredible Miracle
2013 GSTL Season 2
Succeeded By:
AxA
 IPL Team Arena Challenge Champions

Preceded By:
None
IPL TAC 1
5 December 2011 – 23 January 2012
Quantic Incredible Miracle
IPL TAC 2
Succeeded By:
Prime
IPL TAC 2
Preceded By:
Prime
IPL TAC 3
11 August 2012 – 29 March 2013
Incredible Miracle
2012 IPTL Season 1
Succeeded By:
ST

Highlight Videos[edit]

Interviews[edit]

2013[edit]

  • 2013-12-13 | IM Hirai by OnGamers (trans. EngSpeaking)

2011[edit]

Trivia[edit]

References[edit]