Tempo Storm

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Team Information
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Tempo Storm
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Total Earnings:
$97,200
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Tempo Storm is an esports organisation that was founded by Andrey "Reynaud" Yanyuk, a prominent Hearthstone player.

In 2015, Tempo Storm finished in second place in the North American Regional Championship. This qualified them for the 2015 Arena World Championship, where they finished in third place[1].

In 2016, Tempo Storm placed third in the Arena World Championship after qualifying for the event through North American Regional Championship, where they also placed third.

Despite a strong performance throughout most of the AWC season, it was announced in November of 2017 that Tempo Storm would be parting ways with their World of Warcraft roster[2].

On February 2018, Tempo Storm signed on a new powerhouse roster comprising of four prominent EU players, being lead by the 2017 World Arena Champion, Alec. [3]


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Player Roster[edit]

Former[edit]

Former Players
ID Name Role Join Date Leave Date New Team
United Kingdom Alec Alexander Sheldrick DPS 2018-02-19 2019
Finland Niksi Niki Hietala DPS 2018-02-19 2019
Germany Boetar Simon Heinks Healer 2018-09-25[4] 2019
United Kingdom Jaime James McKeever DPS 2018-05-22[5] 2019
Sweden Minpojke Jonathan Anderson Healer 2018-09-25 [6]
France Cara Maxime Montesquieu DPS 2018-05-22[5]
United States Gorecki Ryan Hannan Healer 2017-11-28
United States Jahmilli Damon Bligh DPS 2017-11-28
United States Pikaboo Jason Smith DPS 2017-11-28
Australia Chanimal Adam Chan DPS 2017
United States Starship Thomas Hawkes 2016
United States Elite Arthur Mlynarczyk 2016

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Team achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
2018-11-03 A97 - 12th A1Premier Arena World Championship 2018 2 : 3 $5,000
2018-10-07 A22nd A7Qualifier Europe - Fall Cup #3 0 : 4 $2,800
2018-07-15 A55 - 6th A2Tier 2 2018 Summer Finals 0 : 3 $4,000
2017-07-16 A11st A7Qualifier Method NA Major 3 : 0 $4,000
2017-06-10 A11st A7Qualifier North America - Arena Cup #3 3 : 1 $3,000
2017-05-14 A11st A7Qualifier North America - Arena Cup #2 3 : 1 $3,000
2016-11-05 A33 - 4th A1Premier Arena World Championship 2016 1 : 3 $20,000
2016-10-09 A33rd A2Tier 2 American Regional Championship 2016 3 : 0 $10,000
2015-11-07 A33 - 4th A1Premier Arena World Championship 2015 1 : 3 $20,000
2015-09-13 A22nd A2Tier 2 American Regional Championship 2015 1 : 3 $20,000
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