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Reason Gaming

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[e][h]Reason Gaming
Team Information
Location:
Manager:
Peter "Kremer3" Kremer
Player earnings:
$68
Links
Player Breakdown
Number of players:
1
1
History
Created:
2005


Reason Gaming is a British organization founded in February 2005, renowned as a premier European organization in eSport titles such as Counter-Strike: Source, Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty 4, Heroes of Newerth and Quake amongst other titles, with teams and players competing at world class events such as the Electronic Sports World Cup, the World Cyber Games, the Intel Extreme Masters, DreamHack, the CPL World Tour, and Quakecon amongst others.

The team ran into financial difficulties in May 2012, after their contract with their main sponsor, Razer, ran out.[1] Subsequently, the team was closed down. The team returned in August 2012 with new teams and sponsors.

Reason Gaming created a StarCraft II division in October 16th 2013, managed by the former myRevenge manager, Stephen "Biggus" Rennick, featuring mostly relatively unknown European Grandmaster players, with the most recognisable name being the Icelandic Zerg, Kaldi. The venture turned out to be short-lived, as the Reason Gaming StarCraft II division disbanded on the 23rd of January 2014 after a mere three months, with the team's ace, Kaldi, remaining with the organization to play Hearthstone.

"Closing a chapter to a section of Reason Gaming is never easy and not a decision taken lightly. StarCraft II is a great game to spectate and be a part of and will always be a strong part of Reason Gaming's history, but at the moment we are focusing our energy on other areas of esports. We wish the whole of the StarCraft II team the best of luck in the future and thank them for all the hard work they have put into Reason."[2]

— Adam "Blanks" Heath, Reason Gaming Owner


In 2020 the StarCraft 2 division was revived. [3]

Timeline[edit]

  • January 23, Reason disband their SC2 team, with Kaldi remaining with the organization as a Hearthstone player.[7]

Player Roster[edit]

Active[edit]

Active SquadActive Squad
IDNameJoin Date
United Kingdom Terran GamerRichy Captain
(
Richard Cox
)
Join Date: 
2020-03-24

Former[edit]

Former SquadFormer Squad
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
Germany Terran DeLiver
(
Tim Lohr
)
Join Date: 
2013-10-29
Leave Date: 
2014-01-23
 
Team MiATeam MiA Team MiA
Poland Terran Fruttis
(
Michal Tomaszewski
)
Join Date: 
2013-10-29
Leave Date: 
2013-12-02
Germany Protoss ImpacTius
(
Florian Heinrich
)
Join Date: 
2013-10-29
Leave Date: 
2014-01-23
 
Team ALTERNATETeam ALTERNATE Team ALTERNATE
Germany Terran InZaNe
(
André Becker
)
Join Date: 
2020-03-24
Leave Date: 
2022-03-16
 
SenthexSenthex Senthex
Iceland Zerg Kaldi
(
Jökull Jóhannson
)
Join Date: 
2013-10-29
Leave Date: 
2014-01-23
Poland Terran Miszu
(
Michal Słomczyński
)
Join Date: 
2013-10-29
Leave Date: 
2014-01-23
 
Vega SquadronVega Squadron Vega Squadron
Sweden Zerg Sev
(
Niklas Aberg
)
Join Date: 
2013-10-29
Leave Date: 
2014-01-23
 
Team PropertyTeam Property Team Property
Denmark Protoss Snovski
(
Emil Worsøe
)
Join Date: 
2013-11-05
Leave Date: 
2014-01-23
 
Eastern WizardsEastern Wizards Eastern Wizards
Denmark Zerg Spazymazy
(
Martin Mouritzen
)
Join Date: 
2020-03-24
Leave Date: 
2020-07-09
 
Berserker eSportsBerserker eSports Berserker eSports

Organization[edit]

Staff
ID Name Position
United Kingdom Kremer3Peter Kremer SC2 Manager

Former[edit]

Former Staff
ID Name Position
United Kingdom BiggusStephen Rennick SC2 Manager
United Kingdom SyStemSam Yates-Smith SC2 Co-Manager
Sweden SevNiklas Aberg Caster

Team Achievements[edit]

DatePlaceTournamentScoreVsPrize
No results found for this team.

Statistics[edit]

Earnings Statistics

1v1 Medal Statistics

TierTotal
A3Minor1012
Total1012
Note: This table shows the medals won by players
in 1v1 events while on the team.

References[edit]