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Team Information
Lee "Choya" Hyung Seop
Team Earnings:
2011 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 1
Solo Achievements
2012 Global StarCraft II League Season 1: Code S2012 MLG Spring Championship2012 Global StarCraft II League Season 5: Code S2013 WCS Season 2 Europe: Premier League

To read about the Korean player of the same name, see Mvp.

MVP or Team MVP was a South Korean organization originally based in Incheon which owned a team house in Seoul. It was originally founded as a professional StarCraft II team mainly consisting of players from the MVP clan. Another Korean clan, Project Supreme, served as MVP's B-team with a team house in Incheon until this was disbanded in early 2012 to make way for MVP's new League of Legends division.

MVP roster: KeePing, Sniper, GuineaPig, TAiLS, Vampire, finale/duckdeok, Monster, KeeN, Dream and Noblesse

MVP enjoyed close relations with the American team compLexity Gaming, and a joint venture called coL.MVP was announced on 22 July 2011 whereby MVP's ace players, Genius and DongRaeGu would be representing both teams, and travel support would be provided by the American team. On the other hand, the Korean players would support compLexity in online team leagues, and would make their team house in Seoul available for compLexity's players who wish to train in Korea.[1] The partnership was further expanded on 23 August 2011, including all of MVP's players, together with sponsorship by Creative Sound Blaster.[2] The partnership came to an end on 17 April 2012.

MVP was one of the original members of the e-Sports Federation as announced on 30 March 2012, being one of the prominent competitors in the GSTL. However, on 16 November 2013, the team departed the eSF to join the KeSPA and participate in Proleague.[3]

In 2014 and 2015 they finished 7th place over all in Proleague. Their best result was a second place in 2014 Proleague Round 2 which also is the only time they made it to playoffs.

On December 3rd, 2016, it was announced that the team disbanded its StarCraft II division.[4]


  • January 16, GuineaPig leaves team MVP.[39]
  • March 2, Razer is announced as a new team sponsor.[40]
  • April 17, The coL.MVP partnership is revised because of contradicting sponsors. MVP will still offer housing for compLexity Gaming players.[41]
  • April 19, Meet Your Makers partners with MVP. All MVP and Meet Your Makers members will play under the tag MYM.MVP.[42]
  • May 21, Lure re-joins team MVP.
  • June 4, MVP changes its official logo.[43]
  • June 13, Genius leaves Team MVP.[44]
  • September 12, Killer joins MVP.[45]
  • October 24, sC retires from StarCraft II and switches to League of Legends.[46]
  • November 1, Wayi Spider announce a partnership with MVP which includes the possibility of international exchanges between players. It is announced that Galaxy would be travelling to Taiwan to compete in the TeSL for Wayi Spider.[47]
  • December 15, Team MVP is officially recognized as a team by the Korea StarCraft II Association.[53]

Player Roster[edit]

Roster at Time of Disbandment[edit]

Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
South KoreaBlazeHan Jae-woon2014-11-282016-11-21
South KoreaForteKim Ki-yong2014-08-052016-11-21 IsIMBA
South KoreaGuMiho CaptainKoh Byung-jae2015-04-242016-11-21 PSISTORM Gaming
South KoreaNaTuRalKim Guk-hyeon2015-12-022016-11-21
South KoreaPetPark Nam-kyu2016-03-112016-11-21 Team RevolutioN

Former Players[edit]

Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
South KoreaaLiveHan Lee Seok2014-04-042014-07-31 StarTale
South KoreaAphroditeKim Ga Young2014-11-072015-11-12
South KoreaAvengeKim Nam Joong201?-??-??201?-??-?? ZeNEX
South KoreaBangSeo Dong Hyeon201?-??-??2013-12-23
South KoreaBillowyKim Do Kyung201?-??-??2011-07-26 CheckSix Gaming
South KoreaBillowyKim Do Kyung2012-05-212014-07-31 Prime
South KoreaCenterChoi Jae Sung2014-07-312015-12-02
South KoreaCrazymoviNGHan Ki Soo2010-12-152011-06-?? Infinity Seven
South KoreaDePartureHyun Sung Min201?-??-??201?-??-?? ZeNEX
South KoreaDePartureHyun Sung Min201?-??-??201?-??-?? Retirement
South KoreaDongRaeGuPark Soo Ho2011-02-202014-07-31 Invasion eSport
South KoreaDreamCho Joong Hyuk2010-12-152014-07-31 SK Telecom T1
South KoreaduckdeokKim Kyung Deok2010-12-152013-12-12 Retirement
South KoreaGalaxyYoo Young Joon2012-??-??2013-03-?? MicroGamerZ
South KoreaGeniusJung Min Soo2011-02-202012-07-13 SlayerS
South KoreaGuineaPigKim Hyun Tae2011-02-202012-01-16 Retirement
South KoreaHwangSinHwang Seung Hyuk201?-??-??2011-06-15 It's Gosu eSports
South KoreahyvaaShin Dae Kun2014-04-092014-07-31
South KoreaKeeNHwang Kyu Seok2010-12-152014-07-31 Invasion eSport
South KoreaLosiraHwang Kang Ho2014-07-312015-12-02 KT Rolster
South KoreaMarineKingLee Jung Hoon2014-08-052016-05-13 Retirement
South KoreaNAKSEOTak Hyun Seung2011-??-??2013-07-31 Retirement
South KoreaNoblesseChae Do Joon2010-12-152013-07-01 MicroGamerZ
South KoreaOasisDaewon Ha201?-??-??201?-??-?? Team GosuGamers
South KoreaOdinSong Young Min201?-??-??201?-??-?? Retirement
South KoreaPhoeNixJeon Young Sik201?-??-??201?-??-?? Team ReIGN
South KoreaQuietSong Byung Hak2015-04-202015-12-02
South KoreaRoyalKim Kyeong Soo201?-??-??201?-??-?? Wayi Spider
South KoreaRyungKim Dong Won2016-01-192016-11-03 True eSport
South KoreasCKim Seung Chul2011-09-092012-10-24 FXOpen e-Sports
South KoreaSeedAhn Sang Won2015-04-202016-07-13 Team RevolutioN
South KoreaShineChoi Kyung Min2013-01-032014-07-31
South KoreaSniperKwon Tae Hoon2010-12-152014-07-31 Retirement
South KoreaSuperSeo Sung Min2010-12-152014-07-31 Invasion eSport
South KoreaSwaggerShin Sang Ho2012-09-122014-07-31
South KoreaSymbolKang Dong Hyun2014-07-312014-07-31 Jin Air Green Wings
South KoreaTAiLSKim Won Hyung2011-01-312014-07-31 Invasion eSport
South KoreaTibleKwon Hyuk Jae2013-07-312013-12-23
South KoreaviOLetKim Dong Hwan201?-??-??2011-09-07 Team Empire
South KoreawOnKong Won Wook201?-??-??201?-??-?? Wayi Spider
South KoreaYangSongEJung Dong Hyun201?-??-??2013-03-26
South KoreaYongHwaChoi Yong Hwa2014-07-312015-12-02


Staff at time of Disbandment
ID Name Position
South Korea ChoyaLee Hyung Seop Head Coach
South Korea horrorKim Hyo Jong Assistant Coach


Former Staff
ID Name Position
South Korea KeePingLee Kang Beum Coach
South Korea Lim Hyun Seok Head Coach
South Korea Ahn Min Woo Manager

Team Achievements[edit]

2014-04-01BA2ndA2Major2014 Proleague: Round 22014 Proleague: Round 21 : 4$4,724
2013-08-18AA1stA2MajorAcer TeamStory Cup Season 1Acer TeamStory Cup Season 15 : 3$10,000
2013-07-20BA2ndA1Premier2013 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 12013 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 13 : 5$18,513
2013-03-28AA1stA2Major2013 IGN Pro Team League2013 IGN Pro Team League5 : 4$9,000
2012-12-08BA2ndA1Premier2012 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 32012 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 33 : 5$13,863
2012-11-21CA3 - 4thA2Major2012 IGN Pro Team League2012 IGN Pro Team League1 : 5$2,000
2012-07-28CA3 - 4thA1Premier2012 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 22012 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 24 : 5$3,513
2012-07-21AA1stA2MajorAsia StarCraft II Invitational TournamentAsia StarCraft II Invitational Tournament5 : 1$20,000
2011-10-08AA1stA1Premier2011 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 12011 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 15 : 3$27,600
2011-05-19BA2ndA1PremierGlobal Starcraft II Team League MayGlobal Starcraft II Team League May4 : 5$4,602
Complete list of results in any tournament


 Acer TeamStory Cup

Preceded By:
Acer TeamStory Cup Season 1
18 August 2013 – 15 December 2013
ATC Season 2
Succeeded By:
 IGN Pro Team League
2012 IPTL Season 1
Preceded By:
2013 IPTL Season 1
29 March 2013 – Present

Succeeded By:
 Global Starcraft II Team League Champions
Preceded By:
2011 GSTL Season 1
8 October 2011 – 8 April 2012
2012 GSTL Season 1
Succeeded By:


Highlight Videos[edit]


Earnings Statistics


  1. aMies (22 July 2011). "compLexity & MVP Partner- Welcome DRG & Genius".
  2. aMies (23 August 2011). "coL and MVP Expand Partnership; Sound Blaster Sponsors MVP".
  3. cLvrandomness (16 November 2013). "IM, MVP, Prime, Najin joins kespa".
  4. 4.0 4.1 NinjaToss (2016-12-03). "Team MVP Disbands". Retrieved 2016-12-04.
  5. Wolf (January 16 2016).
  6. Kenzi (March 11 2016).
  7. SetGuitarsToKill (May 13 2016). MarineKing retires.
  8. "MVP horror moves to coach, Seed moves to player". May 18, 2016. Retrieved May 19, 2016.
  9. Olli (July 13 2016). Seed retires.
  10. kenzi131 (November 3 2016).
  11. kenzi (January 14 2015).
  12. @kenzi131 (April 20, 2015). "Seed joins MVP from Dignitas". Retrieved April 20, 2015.
  13. @kenzi131 (April 20, 2015). "Terius joins MVP". Retrieved April 20, 2015.
  14. olimoley (Aprile 24, 2014). Retrieved Aprile 24, 2014.
  15. TheOneAboveU (Aprile 24, 2014). Retrieved April 24, 2014.
  16. kenzi (November 12, 2015). Retrieved November 12, 2015.
  17. kenzi (December 2, 2015). Retrieved December 2, 2015.
  18. MVPChoya (December 2, 2015). Retrieved December 2, 2015.
  19. kenzi (4 April 2014). "alive joins MVP".
  20. kenzi (9 April 2014). "hyvaa joins MVP!!!".
  21. Saser (July 31, 2014). "MVP "rebuilding": new players, coach, partnerships". Retrieved July 31, 2014.
  22. @MVPChoya (August 5, 2014). "Choya's statement about MVP's previous players". Retrieved August 5, 2014.
  23. JulyZergFan (August 5, 2014). "Translation of Choya's statement". Retrieved August 5, 2014.
  24. kenzi (August 5, 2014). "MarineKing, SalvatioN, and DeParture Join MVP". Retrieved August 5, 2014.
  25. @MVPChoya (September 1, 2014). "Team MVP roster for next Proleague". Retrieved September 1, 2014.
  26. DailyEsports (November 7, 2014). "Aphrodite joined MVP". Retrieved November 7, 2014.
  27. lichter (28 November 2014). "Symbol joins Jin Air Green Wings".
  28. @MVPChoya (November 28, 2014). "Panic joins MVP". Retrieved November 28, 2014.
  29. Aeromi (December 15, 2014). "TaeJa to play ProLeague with MVP". Retrieved December 15, 2014.
  30. @SC2MVP (December 15, 2014). "TaeJa in Proleague with MVP". Retrieved August 13, 2015.
  31. Master of DalK (12 January 2013). "Shine joins MVP".
  32. DiMano (26 March 2013). "eSF Teams: Transfers and Name Changes".
  33. kimbilly (1 July 2013). "[스타2 이스포츠 연맹, 소속 스타크래프트2 게임단 2013년 7월 로스터 공개"].
  34. Waxangel (31 July 2013). "NS HoSeo disbands - members to Korean and foreign teams".
  35. Waxangel (31 July 2013). "August Roster Updates for eSF Teams".
  36. Waxangel (1 September 2013). "IM, Prime, MVP out of eSF, Soul joins".
  37. MVPJeeF (2013-10-25). "Tweet about JeeF joining MVP". Retrieved 2015-05-10.
  38. adymus (12 December 2013). "Duckdeok retires from StarCraft 2".
  39. heha (18 January 2012). "Guineapig left MVP".
  40. Razer (2 March 2012). "Razer and Team MVP Fighting!".
  41. aMies (17 April 2012). "compLexity MVP Partnership Revised".
  42. zul (19 April 2012). "MYM and Team MVP partner".
  43. MVP (4 June 2012). "MVP, 팀 공식 로고 변경".
  44. opterown (13 July 2012). "Genius leaves MVP".
  45. GTR (12 September 2012). "SangHo (Killer) joins MVP".
  46. KiNGxXx (24 October 2012). "MVPsC switching to LoL".
  47. bobohobo (1 November 2012). "MVP and Wayi Spider form partnership".
  48. aMies (22 July 2011). "compLexity & MVP Partner- Welcome DRG & Genius".
  49. Lliane (27 July 2011). "MVP's Lure and Manager join Check-Six".
  50. aMies (23 August 2011). "coL and MVP Expand Partnership; Sound Blaster Sponsors MVP".
  51. pdd (8 September 2011). "[GSL] August Up&Down Day 3".
  52. Frogsox (9 September 2011). "FXOsC to MVP!".
  53. s2con (15 December 2010). "스타크래프트 II 협의회 신규 게임단 승인 공지".