Keyd Team, or just KT, is a Brazilian Multi-Gaming Organization created on September 6th, 2010 which used to have a Starcraft 2 squad.
Igor "iGprO" Corrêa
Keyd was previously known as "iMBalanced Team". The name change happened after an import-export company with the same name became its sponsor.
- November 20th, Capoch and ReasoN finish the Brazil Game Show tournament in 3rd and 4th place respectively.
- June 31st, Capoch wins the National Argentinian Tournament, and two months later he did it again.
- September 21, the team prepares for MLG Orlando 2011, which ReasoN is later chosen to attend.
- October, ReasoN, Fortune and Capoch are invited to the 2011 Latin American Battle.net Invitational by Blizzard.
- October 20th, Keyd forms a professional female team.
- November 6th, ReasoN and lamp played in the WCG Brazilian qualifiers finals, resulting in a 3-0 for ReasoN. Potiguar also finishes in 4th place.
- December 10th, ReasoN and Capoch played in the World Cyber Games 2011 finals in South Korea.
- March 20th, Maker and Everize join Keyd.
- April 11th, Capoch's contract runs out, and is not renewed. To compensate, Keyd acquires Shylde and Holly from Korean Style.
- April, lamp retires from StarCraft II.
- April 25th, ReasoN and Keyd part ways.
- April 26th, kelseN and bush are acquired from Zerg Gosu Team.
- June 14th, Potiguar got 1st place after defeating Tunico in the WCS Brazil Nationals. He also won a $4000 prize in addition to the $2000 2nd place prize.
- July 14th, Tunico ended up in 4th place in the WCS South America finals.
- September 29th, Everize was announced as a new player for Pulse Esports.
- November 2nd, both, Potiguar and Holly, played at MLG Fall Championship. Holly lost both matches while Potiguar was dropped, after beating SuGaReeBoY, to the losers bracket by JYP. He was able to advanced three more rounds in the loser's brackets until he faced elimination. Benq sponsored both players.
- November 12th, Keyd expands itself and presents a League of Legends line up.
- November 27th, Keyd expands itself and now presents a Combat Arms line up.
- February 3rd, Tunico wins first place in the local tournament that took place as part of IEM São Paulo. HollyOPK places third in the same tournament.
- February, Breno "Shakti" leaves Keyd Team for War Live Team; HollyOPK switches to Keyd's lineup of League of Legends.
- February 18th, Rafael "Breakdown" Eiji and Lucas "Kim" Kim join the team, from the teams Heroes of Fire and Korean Style, respectively.
|HorNyOne||Bruno de Almeida Horn||Retired|
|Tunico||Renan Guilhem||Kaos Latin Gamers|
|Rantech||Jose Recart||Isurus Gaming|
|ReasoN||Paulo Cesar||Zerg Gosu Team|
|Filho||João Andrade||Zerg Gosu Team|
|Capoch||Patrício del Olmo||Isurus Gaming|
|Maker||Ricardo Flores||Team Legion|
|Lienchi||Vinicius Cardoso||Zerg Gosu Team|
|Everize||Hubert Kabak||Pulse Esports|
|Shakti||Breno||War Live Team|
|Holly||Abraham Hak Jae Kim||Retired|
- KTiGprO (2011-09-21). "MLG Orlando, here we go!". TeamLiquid.net.
- KTiGprO (2012-03-20). "Keyd announces Maker and Everize!". TeamLiquid.net.
- http://www.keydteam.com/index.php?mid=destaque&document_srl=1959 keydteam.com]'Keyd Team anunca mais um desligamento e duas novas caras.' 11/04/2012
- keydteam.com 'Official statement' 26/04/2012
- Announcing New Team: Pulse Esports teamliquid.net 29/09/2012