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Team SCV Life

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[e][h]Team SCV Life
Team Information
Location:
Coaches:
Lee Woon Jae (이운재)
Manager:
Lee Woon Jae (이운재)
Park Sung Hyun (박성현) (assistant)
Team Earnings:
$8,344 USD
Links
Solo Achievements
2010 TG Sambo Intel StarCraft II Open Season 1North American Star League Season 1ASUS ROG Winter 2012
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
0
History
Created:
2010-10-14
Disbanded:
2013-01-03


Team SCV Life (TSL) was a Korean StarCraft II team. It was founded by former MBC Game HERO coach Lee Woon Jae.[1] The team's initial roster included former eSTRO player and coach TricKsteR (Tester), FruitDealer (Cool)—both of whom were formerly part of oGsHappiness (Gas), and Clide. It was announced during the opening rounds of the GSL tournament #2 that StarCraft: Brood War pro-gamer SangHo (now known as Killer) and a relatively unknown player named Rain also joined the team as well.

In 2011, TSL became the first professional StarCraft II team to pay salaries to its players. The highest paid player at that point in time is FruitDealer with roughly 30,000 USD annually, closely followed by TricKsteR, and the remaining members of the team.

On August 4, 2011, Team SCV Life was expelled from SC2Con, at the time the association of Korean progaming teams, because of accusations from FruitDealer and TricKsteR that Coach Lee had stopped paying their wages without any warning, and because he used these two players's image for his advertising even after they ended their collaboration with the team.[2] This was eventually overturned on August 9 due to the accusations being proved false and based on misunderstanding and misinformation.[3]

On September 20, it was announced that MajOr would start practicing with TSL.[4]

On November 27, it was announced that Killer, JYP, and Clide were leaving TSL. HyuN, formerly of Brood War team MBC Game would also join the roster of TSL.[5]

The team disbanded due to not being able to find enough sponsors on January 3, 2013.[6][7][8]

History[edit]

2011[edit]

2012[edit]

  • January 15, Korean Protoss Cyrano joins the team.[15]
  • January 18, under disputed circumstances, aLive as well as Heart leave the team.[16][17]
  • February 20 former Team Reign player inori joins TSL.[18]
  • May 19, Millenium partners with TSL and will be joining them in the GSTL.[19]
  • November 23, It is announced during the GSTL broadcast that inori has retired.[20]
  • November 28, Revival leaves TSL citing he would like a "fresh new start." [21]
  • December 22, Polt leaves TSL to study in the United States.[8][22]

2013[edit]

  • January 3 — The team disbands.[6][23]

Trivia[edit]

Player Roster[edit]

Notable Players Before Disbandment[edit]

Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
South KoreaCenterChoi Jae Sung201?-??-??2013-01-03 Quantic Gaming
South KoreaCyranoKim Yong Jin2012-01-152013-01-03
South KoreaHyuNKo Seok Hyun2011-11-282013-01-03 Quantic Gaming
South KoreaMamuriLim Jae Hyun2012-03-012013-01-03 SK Telecom T1
South KoreaRagnaroKShin Hee Bum2011-07-??2013-01-03 Incredible Miracle
South KoreaShineChoi Kyung Min201?-??-??2013-01-03 MVP
South KoreaSymbolKang Dong Hyun2011-??-??2013-01-03 AZUBU
South KoreaVenusPark Ki Woong201?-??-??2013-01-03 Quantic Gaming

Former[edit]

Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
South KoreaaLiveHan Lee Seok201?-??-??2012-01-18 Fnatic
South KoreaClideHan Kyu Jong2010-10-142011-11-24 SlayerS
South KoreaDreamSeo Dong Min201?-??-??201?-??-?? Retirement
South KoreaFruitDealerKim Won Gi2010-09-062011-06-24 StarTale
South KoreaGuineaPigKim Hyun Tae201?-??-??2011-??-?? MVP
South KoreaHappinessHwang Hee Doo201?-??-??201?-??-?? Retirement
South KoreaHeartKim Min Hyuk201?-??-??2012-01-18 compLexity Gaming
South KoreainoriWoo Min Gyu2012-02-202012-11-23 Retirement
South KoreaJYPPark Jin Young2010-??-??2011-11-27 Evil Geniuses
South KoreaKillerShin Sang Ho2010-??-??2011-11-27 compLexity Gaming
South KoreaOscarLee Jung Hyun Retirement
South KoreaPoltChoi Sung Hoon2011-09-232012-12-22 CM Storm
South KoreaPuMaLee Ho Joon201?-??-??2011-07-20 Evil Geniuses
South KoreaRainPark Seo Yong2010-??-??2011-06-14 Fnatic
South KoreaPunisherLee Da Han201?-??-??201?-??-?? Retirement
South KoreaRevivalKim Dong Hyun2010-10-142012-11-28 Evil Geniuses
South KoreaTricKsteRSeo Ki Soo2010-10-142011-06-24 StarTale
South KoreaUltimateAhn Tae Jin201?-??-??201?-??-?? Retirement

Team Achievements[edit]

DatePlaceTierTournamentResultPrize
2012
2012-12-08CA3 - 4thA1Premier2012 Global StarCraft II Team League Season 32012 Global StarCraft II Team League Season 33 : 5$3,696
2012-11-21IC9 - 12thA2Major2012 IGN Pro Team League Season 12012 IGN Pro Team League Season 1$250
2012-07-28CA3 - 4thA1Premier2012 Global StarCraft II Team League Season 22012 Global StarCraft II Team League Season 22 : 5$3,513
2012-04-07IA9 - 10thA1Premier2012 Global StarCraft II Team League Season 12012 Global StarCraft II Team League Season 11 : 5$883
2011
2011-10-08CA3 - 4thA1Premier2011 Global StarCraft II Team League Season 12011 Global StarCraft II Team League Season 14 : 5 
2011-05-19EC5 - 8thA1Premier2011 Global StarCraft II Team League May2011 Global StarCraft II Team League May3 : 4 
2011-03-24CA3 - 4thA1Premier2011 Global StarCraft II Team League March2011 Global StarCraft II Team League March1 : 4 
2011-02-10CA3 - 4thA1Premier2011 Global StarCraft II Team League February2011 Global StarCraft II Team League February1 : 4 

Highlight Videos[edit]

Statistics[edit]

Earnings Statistics

Team Medal Statistics

TierTotal
Premier0055
Total0055

1v1 Medal Statistics

TierTotal
Premier46313
Major2125
Minor102517
Monthly135927
Weekly3620157
Show Match3003
Total683420122

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

References[edit]