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Infinity Seven

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[e][h]Infinity Seven
Team Information
Location:
Coaches:
Richard "Thundertoss" Johnson
Manager:
Zhang "zemotion" Jingna
Team Earnings:
$4,200 USD
Links
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
0
0
0
0
History
Created:
2011-02
Disbanded:
2013-11-14


Infinity Seven is a disbanded gaming team in the North American e-Sports scene. Formed in February, 2011, the team participated in multiple team leagues such as the LaG League (ESGL) and ESEA. Its gaming prowess was first shown in a clash against Evil Geniuses where they pulled off a victory to remain one of two undefeated teams left in ESEA at the time. Now, players representing Infinity Seven compete in top tournaments, facing off against top competition in events like MLG and IEM. The team disbanded in late 2013.

History[edit]

Infinity Seven is an established North American e-sports organization formed in mid-2011. It has participated in numerous team leagues, including ESEA Season 9-11 and IPLTAC 3. The organization's first breakthrough was its win vs Evil Geniuses in ESEA Season 9, and it has since been participating in premier level tournaments around the world.

Infinity Seven was a concept that was spoken of in early 2011 amongst a group of friends. Called "oTL" at the time, the players (Edge, Finest, owmygroin, TOP and tehredbandit) went on to establish themselves as long-time clan members, competing in the ESGL and APL. For quite some time, Infinity Seven was a dark horse, sniping such teams in the lower tier of professional play such as LaGTT, VP Gamers, and Eternal Plague.

Over time, the clan became a team and went on to conceive a professional level Starcraft 2 team led by the team's owner, Zhang "zemotion" Jingna. Since then, it has been floating around 6-8 members, each with their own unique story to tell.

The team's most notable accomplishments include CrazymoviNG facing Liquid`HerO in the Ro48 of 2011 Nov GSL Code A, and Insur achieving a respectable 3rd place finish for WCS US, followed by a 5th place finish for WCS NA. Axslav, the most seasoned player of the roster, has been putting on a regular appearance at MLG Arena events as a Protoss Analyst, allowing viewers to have an inside look into his thoughts regarding the games casted in a more in-depth manner.

Timeline[edit]

  • On April 16, Infinity Seven is sponsored by clothing company: GGWP Apparel [4]
  • On March 12, Infinity Seven signed Nick "Axslav" Ranish.[5]
  • On February 26, Ryan "Sanddbox" Kemper joins Infinity Seven.
  • On January 25, Ricardo "Maker" Flores announced that he left Infinity Seven.[6]
  • On January 16, the team announced the addition of Richard "Thundertoss" Johnson, who will act as team coach.[7]
  • On January 3, Terran player Jonathan "Pyre" Topielski joins Infinity Seven.
  • On August 2, jEcho leaves Infinity Seven.[8]
  • On September 4, KoMA is recruited.[9]
  • On September 12, Mike and TubbyTheFat join.[10]
  • On November 2, Temp0 and Kibbelz join, CrazymoviNG leaves.[11][12]
  • On November 29, Pyre leaves.[13]
  • On October 29, Maker joined Infinity Seven.[14]

Player Roster[edit]

Active at time of disbandment[edit]

Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
United StatesAxslavNick Ranish2012-03-122013-11-14
United StatesbinskiSung Bin Lee2013-05-272013-11-14 Solaris Gaming
United StatesBBQploxJoseph Widjaja201?-??-??2013-11-14
CanadaHonoRDan Jarrell201?-??-??2013-11-14
United StatesInsurSky Xu201?-??-??2013-11-14
United StatesKibbelzAndrew Dunne2012-11-022013-11-14
CanadaKoMABrandon Spinosa2012-09-042013-11-14 Deimos
United StatesMikeMichael Gervits201?-??-??2013-11-14
United StatesSanddboxRyan Kemper2012-02-262013-11-14 Deimos
United StatesTbeezyTimothy Gandionco2013-04-032013-11-14
United StatesTemp0Kwame Mensah2012-11-022013-11-14 IvDgaming
CanadaTimePatrick Allen201?-??-??2013-11-14
CanadaTubbyTheFatJay Martens2012-09-122013-11-14
United StatesZoiaJared Eggleston2013-04-022013-11-14

Former Players[edit]

Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
South KoreaCrazymoviNGHan Ki Soo2011-08-??2012-11-02
United StatesDaisukiPeter Yoo201?-??-??201?-??-?? vVv Gaming
United StatesEdgeJosh Yang201?-??-??201?-??-?? Team Clash
CanadajEchoJoseph Lopez2011-06-022012-08-02 Pulse Esports
MexicoMakerRicardo Flores2012-10-292012-01-25 Keyd Team
South KoreaMentalistKim Chung In2011-??-??2012-03-?? ZeNEX
United StatesowmygroinRaymond Tan ExioN Gaming
United StatesPyreJonathan Topielski2012-01-032012-11-29
South KoreaSungSung Hyun Park201?-??-??201?-??-?? Team ReIGN
CanadaTaurentMaxime Bolduc201?-??-??201?-??-??
United StatesTriMasterJoshua Niven201?-??-??201?-??-?? compLexity Gaming

Organization[edit]

Staff at time of Disbandment
ID Name Position
Singapore zemotionZhang Jingna Owner
United States ThundertossRichard Johnson Team Coach
United States AneleAnele Andeshmand General Manager
United States ktsalzKatie Salzer Assist. General Manager
United States ArchieMarshall Pierce Player Manager
United States KibbelzAndrew Dunne Caster
United States ZoiaJared Eggleston Content Producer

Team Achievements[edit]

DatePlaceTierTournamentResultPrize
2012-11-18CA3rdA3MinorESEA SC2 League Season 5ESEA SC2 League Season 51 : 3$600
2012-07-12AA1stA3MinorESEA SC2 League Season 4ESEA SC2 League Season 43 : 1$2,800
2012-02-13DA4thA3MinorESEA SC2 League Season 3ESEA SC2 League Season 31 : 3$200
2011-09-23CA3rdA3MinorESEA SC2 League Season 2ESEA SC2 League Season 21 : 3$600
1970-01-01EA5 - 6thA9UndefinedKEYD: BFAKEYD: BFA1 : 3$0
Complete list of results in any tournament

Highlight Videos[edit]

Interviews[edit]

Links[edit]

Statistics[edit]

Earnings Statistics

Team Medal Statistics

TierTotal
Minor1023
Total1023

1v1 Medal Statistics

TierTotal
Major0011
Minor2136
Weekly1203
Show Match0202
Total35412

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

References[edit]