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Quantic Gaming

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[e][h]Quantic Gaming
Team Information
Location:
Team Earnings:
$200 USD
Links
Solo Achievements
DreamHack Open Valencia 2013
History
Created:
2010 (original team)
2013-02-01 (reformed)
Disbanded:
2014-01-01


Quantic Gaming is a former progaming team and media production company, formed in early 2010,[1] that was primarily based in the United States. Along with StarCraft II, Quantic fielded teams in League of Legends and Call of Duty competition.[2]

Players on Quantic Gaming previously used "QxG" before their IDs, but after acquiring NaNiwa, they began using "Quantic" instead.

Quantic Gaming disbanded in December 2012 citing lack of funding as the cause, before being recreated in February 2013 after merging with It's Gosu and 4Not.

On January 1, 2014, The Daily Dot reported the imminent collapse of Quantic Gaming after the CEO and owner, Simon Boudreault disappeared, following the failure of the League of Legends team he had heavily invested in to make it into the North American League of Legends Championship Series and the subsequent breakdown of the lineup.[3] On the same day, HyuN wrote a blog stating that he was owed $23,000 from months beforehand.[4] The Daily Dot followed up with another report as to how Quantic's Staff were owed at least $40,000 in back pay.[5]

History[edit]

  • January 1, Quantic Gaming collapses following the disappearance of the team's CEO, Simon Boudreault.[3]
  • January 9, Ben Novak becomes the new team manager.[21]
  • January 13, Quantic Gaming partners with StarTale to participate in the 2012 GSTL Season 1 as StarTaleQ.[22]
  • January 30, Quantic Gaming officially announces that Apocalypse joined the team.[23]
  • February 1, Zelniq and DarkCell are cut from the team.[Citation needed]
  • February 6, Ben Novak steps back as team manager.[Citation needed]
  • February 7, Michael "Torte de Lini" Cohen steps up as team manager.[Citation needed]
  • March 28, Quantic Gaming parts ways with iNkA.
  • April 18, Michael "Torte de Lini" Cohen and Quantic Gaming are no longer associated.[24]
  • April 19, Brad "Lefty" Carney leaves Quantic Gaming.
  • April 20, Garrett "Drakov" Yeager assumes new role of eSports Director.
  • April 24, Alex "Axeltoss" Rodriguez leaves Quantic.[25]
  • May 4, Destiny leaves Quantic Gaming.[26] Quantic Gaming absorbs whole Team Vile SC2 player roster.[27]
  • June 6, TheStC joined the team.[28]
  • June 18, Quantic signs Decemvre, a Romanian Zerg.[29]
  • July 30, NaNiwa leaves Quantic Gaming.[30]
  • August 2, Golden joins Quantic Gaming.[31]
  • August 10, MaximusBlack joins Quantic Gaming.[32]
  • August 31, MaddeLisk joins Quantic Gaming.[33]
  • September 14, Decemvre leaves.[34]
  • December 4, Quantic Gaming disbands.[35]

Player Roster at time of Disbanding[edit]

Main Team[edit]

Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
South KoreaGamjaKim Chang Gon2013-??-??2013-12-31 IvDgaming
United StatesGlonBryan Gemler2013-02-012014-01-01
South KoreaHyuNKo Seok Hyun2013-02-012014-01-01 Team ROCCAT
United StatesPhogDrew Roberts201?-??-??2013-12-?? IvDgaming
South KoreaTREMEPark Joon Sung2013-06-052014-01-01
South KoreaTryBaek Seung Jae2013-10-??2014-01-01
South KoreaVenusPark Ki Woong2013-06-092014-01-01

Academy/Inactive[edit]

Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
United StatesBoyoTim Braren2013-02-022014-01-01
United StatesBubblesChristopher Guzman2013-02-022014-01-01
United StatesFieryAndrew Chan2013-06-272014-01-01
CanadaJakeBakeJacob Shevloff2013-02-022014-01-01
CanadakaitlynKaitlyn Richelle2013-05-042013-12-31
South KoreaKanYu Seok Hwan201?-??-??201?-??-??
South KoreaMacgeolliKim Yun Sik2013-06-242014-01-01
CanadaOstojiyChristopher Ostojic2013-02-012014-01-01
United StatesParadiseKris Navedo2013-06-242014-01-01
United StatesPerfectMichael Thompson2013-02-012014-01-01
United StatesshinyASong Chen2013-06-132014-01-01
AustraliaYuMeLloyd Kim2013-07-06201?-??-??

Notable Former[edit]

Full list of Former Players

Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
South KoreaApocalypseKim Min Hyung2012-01-302012-12-04 IvDgaming
South KoreaCenterChoi Jae Sung2013-02-012013-09-01 AZUBU
CanadaDDELee Dong Yeon2013-02-012013-04-25 Retirement
CanadaDdoRoJung Ho Moon2011-06-122011-07-03 ROOT Gaming
United StatesDestinySteven Bonnell II2011-10-112012-05-04 ROOT Gaming
United StatesfloFlorence Chee-Yun Yao2011-12-222012-12-05
South KoreaGGanDoLLee Dong Min2013-02-14201?-??-?? Retirement
South KoreaGoldenCho Myung Hwan2012-08-022012-12-04 StarTale
United StatesHawkDevan Subramaniam2012-05-042012-12-04 1 Step Ahead
South KoreaHwangSinHwang Seung Hyuk2013-02-012013-11-15 Retirement
United StatesIllusionChris Lee2012-05-042012-12-04 mousesports
NetherlandsLowkoSimon Heijnen2013-04-032013-10-05 mousesports
SwedenMaddeLiskMadeleine Leander2012-08-312012-12-04 Millenium
United StatesMaSsanHarry Cheong2013-02-012013-09-26 IvDgaming
CanadaMaximusBlackJeffrey Johnston2012-08-102012-12-04 It's Gosu eSports
SwedenNaNiwaJohan Lucchesi2011-12-082012-07-30 Alliance
United StatesPokebunnyNick Taber2013-02-012013-04-15 IvDgaming
SwedenSaSeKim Hammar2011-10-072012-12-04 Fnatic
United StatesSpanishiwaMichael Yabut2012-05-042012-12-04 Soviet Gaming
United StatesStateRyan Visbeck2012-05-042012-12-04 ROOT Gaming
United StatestheognisMichael McClelland2011-06-202012-12-04 ROOT Gaming
South KoreaTheStCChoi Yun Sik2012-06-062012-12-04 compLexity Gaming
United StatesXenociderLibo Chang2013-02-012013-06-04 Evil Geniuses

Organization[edit]

Staff at time of Disbandment
ID Name Position
Canada Sambuca Simon Boudreault Owner & CEO
United States Fujikura Bernie Catalan Chief Operating Officer
United States Thinker Cody Murphy Marketing Director
United States Cinergy Mark Ferraz Founder & Advisor
Philippines Dualan JM Dualan SC2 Manager
South Korea Verde Yoo Chang Jun Academy Manager
United States SchAmToo Kevin Pearson Caster

Former[edit]

Former Staff
ID Name Position New Team
South Korea SeoHyeon SeoHyeon Park SC2 KR Coach mousesports
United States Nathanias Nathan Fabrikant Caster ROOT Gaming
United States Axeltoss Alex Rodriguez Caster ROOT Gaming
United States PsY Derrick Anderson Caster
United States PrOmise Nour Moussa Caster Clarity Gaming

Team Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Result Prize
2012
2012-03-10 3rd A3Minor Pro Random Monobattles Tournament 0 : 2 $0
2011
2011-09-21 4th A3Minor ESEA SC2 League Season 2 0 : 4 $200

Championships[edit]

 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

Statistics[edit]

Earnings Statistics

Team Medal Statistics

TierTotal
Minor0011
Total0011

1v1 Medal Statistics

TierTotal
Premier1247
Major2024
Minor45716
Monthly6107
Weekly2406
Show Match74011
Total22161351

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

References[edit]

  1. "About". Quantic Gaming.
  2. "Our teams". Quantic Gaming. 2012.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "After owner's mysterious disappearance, an eSports team collapses".
  4. "HyuN owed $23,000 in back pay and prize money by Quantic".
  5. "ESports star hunts for his missing CEO—so he can sue for $23,000".
  6. "Quantic Gaming Reborn". TL.net.
  7. SeoHyeon leaves LighT and joins Quantic
  8. QuanticGaming (2013-02-06). twitter.com. https://twitter.com/QuanticGaming/status/299360723694395392. Retrieved 2013-05-20.
  9. "I'm "retiring" from competitive Starcraft.". TL.net.
  10. Fujikura (2013-05-04). "Quantic Gaming Introduces Kaitlyn!". TL.net. Retrieved 2013-05-04.
  11. MaximusBlack Leaves Quantic
  12. _nathanias (2013-05-06). twitter.com. https://twitter.com/ROOTnathanias/status/331550294674644992. Retrieved 2013-05-20.
  13. Panduhkayy (2013-06-05). "Introducing Protoss Player - Treme". quanticgaming.com. Retrieved 2013-06-05.
  14. Joe (2013-06-24). "Quantic Gaming Interviews new Academy Players". quanticgaming.com. Retrieved 2013-06-28.
  15. "Quantic Phog Promoted to the Main Squad". quanticgaming.com. 2013-08-13. Retrieved 2013-08-14.
  16. "APOC JOINS IvD Gaming". ivdgaming.com. 2013-08-14. Retrieved 2013-08-14.
  17. Waxangel (2013-09-01). "GSTL/eSF September Rosters Announced". tl.net. Retrieved 2013-09-01.
  18. Departing Quantic, how I was mistreated in it.
  19. Lowko's Twitter
  20. HwangSin will retire after Quantic vs TL in ATC
  21. Ben Novak's debut interview
  22. "2012 GSTL Bracket and Format" Thread on TL.net. January 13th 2012.
  23. Quantic Welcomes Apocalypse Article on QuanticGaming.com. January 30th 2012.
  24. Torte de Lini Twitter
  25. [1]
  26. Destiny and Quantic parting ways, Reddit.com. May 4th 2012.
  27. "Entire StarCraft 2 eSports Pro-Team Saved, Acquired by Quantic". Gamefront.com. May 4th 2012. TL.net Forum thread
  28. Welcome Quantic.StC. Article on quanticgaming.com. June 6th 2012.
  29. [2]
  30. NaNiwa leaves Quantic
  31. Golden joins Quantic Gaming
  32. Quantic Welcomes MaximusBlack
  33. "Quantic Welcomes MaddeLisk!". QuanticGaming.com. August 31st 2012. TL.net thread
  34. [3]
  35. pPingu (2012-12-04). "Quantic Gaming disbands". TL.net.
  36. Quanticfograw (2011-06-20). "Quantic Gaming SC2 Division". TL.net.
  37. iNkA to Quantic Gaming
  38. vVvGaming RockEr Profile
  39. SaSe joins Quantic
  40. Destiny joins Quantic Gaming
  41. Incredible Miracle partners with Quantic Gaming
  42. Quantic Gaming parts ways with Incredible Miracle
  43. Destiny headed to South Korea
  44. "NaNiwa joins Quantic Gaming". QuanticGaming.com. December 8th 2011. TL.net Forum thread
  45. "Razer and Quantic Gaming Pave Way For Success". QuanticGaming.com, December 17th 2011.
  46. Flo Joins Quantic Gaming. QuanticGaming.com. December 22nd 2011. TL.net Forum thread

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