NOM (NO Mercy) Gaming was an Israeli StarCraft II clan.
NOM-Gaming was created to be a leader in the Israeli StarCraft 2 scene and to provide a competition to other Israeli teams such as eSrael and PwR. They recruited an international team, but left after two months after none of the promises, including salaries and travel expenses, were fulfilled.
- In June, NOM-Gaming was created, and with its creation the first NOM-Gaming Tournament was launched.
- October marked NOM-Gaming's first international tournament when Blight was invited to participate in the Electronic Sports World Cup 2011.
- In November NOM-Gaming launched the NOM Gaming Tournament Series, a monthly tournament with cash prizes for the Israeli community.
- In December, NOM-Gaming recruited Plato, who recently moved to Korea, to their ranks. Plato became the first Israeli player to be employed as a full-time professional StarCraft II player by an Israeli team.
- On April 18, seven players join the team: Naugrim, Rmdx, Giantt, kAra, Matiz, TheFreShOne, Adonminus and Bourneq, while Omer is said to be inactive.
- On May 27, Plato leaves the team and retires from competitive StarCraft 2.
- On June 3, Michael "Blight" Ramot, transferred to Pw Gaming.
- On June 4, Rmdx and Giantt left NOM-Gaming.
- June, the entire team leaves NOM Gaming after none of the promises are fulfilled.
At the time of Disbandement