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Team SoloMidTeam SoloMid (TSM) ist ein E-Sport-Team mit Hauptsitz in Los Angeles, das von CEO Andy Dinh gegründet wurde. Erfolge: EVO und LCS NA Geschichte[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]. League of Legends[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]. TSM wurde im Januar von Andy „Reginald“ Dinh. Team SoloMid (igrovyie-avtomati2.com). Rang 0. Punkte Bilanz / 3 / 66 (70%) Erfolge: Land dk Denmark Social Media Preisgeld €.
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Team SoloMid was founded by Reginald in September as a League of Legends community website and playing guide resource.
In , the organization began fielding a team in professional LoL competitions. Reginald retired from competitive play at the end of , opting to run the business full-time.
On December 22, , a group of gray hat hackers known as Null Consolidated claimed to have hacked into the SoloMid.
They also claimed to have obtained thousands of user account data, but said they would not be releasing any of it. The Daily Dot reported that following their signing, the players became the highest paid CS:GO players in the world at the time.
Melee player Leffen as their first fighting game player. They started competition in the Pro League in Season 10 the same day.
TSM took first place in their group, ending and being the only team to lose to the Singaporean team Xan. Team SoloMid then met the French against All authority squad in the semifinals of the double elimination playoffs.
TSM was defeated by aAa and knocked down to the loser's bracket. Team SoloMid defeated Epik Gamer and advanced to the loser bracket finals, where they faced against All authority for a second time.
TSM ended up losing in a close match. During the playoffs, they defeated FnaticRC 2—1. TSM won against compLexity 2—0 in the first round, but lost to Epik Gamer 1—2 in the semifinals, sending them to play for third place.
Team SoloMid won 4—2 over Epik Gamer and achieved first place. At the playoffs, Team Solomid defeated team Dignitas 2—0, qualifying for the finals where they faced Moscow Five.
Fire, resulting in them placing first place. During the playoffs they defeated v8 Esports 2—0 in the first round, Curse Gaming 2—0 in the second round and team Dignitas 2—1 in the third round, advancing to the grand finals.
In the finals against Counter Logic Gaming, Team SoloMid lost the first set but came back to win the tournament in the second set, defeating Counter Logic Gaming and achieving first place.
During the online playoffs, TSM defeated Ordinance Gaming 2—0 in the first round, Orbit Gaming 2—0 in the second round and Team Legion 2—0 in the third round and qualified for the finals.
During the playoffs, Team SoloMid won against mTw. During the quarterfinals of the playoffs, Team SoloMid won against Monomaniac Ferus and advanced to the next round of the tournament.
At the semifinals, Team SoloMid won 2—1 over Curse Gaming and 2—0 against Team Dignitas in the grand finals, allowing them to take first place and qualify for the Season 2 World Championship.
On February 7, , it was announced that Team SoloMid would compete under the name Team SoloMid Snapdragon on behalf of the mobile processor brand of their sponsor, Qualcomm.
At PAX playoffs. They went up against Cloud9 and lost 0—3, placing TSM second in the playoffs. TSM placed 11thth, along with Team Vulcun.
As the second seed of North America, TSM faced the second seed of Europe, the Lemondogs, and handily won 2—0 against a roster that had recently been completely replaced.
TSM began the season by losing their first match against Cloud9 ,but won the rest of the matches. They entered Week 10 with a 19—3 record and a one-game lead over Cloud9 , however, the team placed in second.
Thus allowing C9 to achieve its tenth consecutive playoff win. Amazing, from the Copenhagen Wolves, joined the team as their new jungler, while support player Xpecial was benched and then removed from the team for his negative attitude, he was later replaced by Gleebglarbu of challenger team Cloud9 Tempest.
Xpecial moved to Team Curse. TSM placed fifth throughout the matches they played and placed second as the series went on.
During the summer playoffs at Pax Prime , their first match was lost against Dignitas, but the team was able to win the series 3—1. TSM eventually finished second in their group with a record of 4—2, advancing to the Playoffs.
In the playoffs, TSM faced Samsung White in their first match and lost 3—1, placing 5th in the tournament. On October 11, , it was announced that Amazing was leaving the team.
Then, on November 28, , Santorin was signed on to replace Amazing. In the summer split, TSM finished 5th place in the regular season but was able to win their way to the summer finals where they lost 3—0 to Counter Logic Gaming,  thus finishing in second place.
The team qualified for North America's second seed in the League of Legends World Championship by accumulating the highest total championship points from both the spring and summer split.
In the group stages, TSM scored 1—5 in matches and stood last place at 14th—16th place. Shortly afterward their defeat at Worlds, TSM players Dyrus and Lustboy retired from professional League of Legends , choosing to pursue different career paths within eSports.
Going into Season 6, Bjergsen was the sole member remaining from the Season 5 team. On October 31, , it was announced that Yiliang " Doublelift " Peng would be joining the team as the new AD Carry, and that WildTurtle would remain on the roster as a substitute while seeking to sign a contract with other teams.
After the event, KaSing decided to leave the team, which opened a support role. Team SoloMid ended the Spring Split regular season with a 9—9 record, placing them in a tie for 5th place with NRG Esports and qualifying them for the playoffs.
TSM won their first match of the playoffs against, Cloud9 in a 3—1 series win. In the semifinals, TSM was placed against Immortals and finished the series 3—0, advancing to the finals.
TSM lost in a 3—2 series and ended the spring split in 2nd place. TSM replaced him with a rookie, Biofrost, to fill the support role.
In the second week, Samsung beat TSM  after Doublelift infamously dashed into the opposing mid laner, which forced them to not take the baron.
Doublelift would later return to the team for the Summer Split and compete with WildTurtle for the starting position. TSM took part in the Spring Split and ended the split with a record of 15—3 and qualified for the six-team playoffs.
In the playoffs, they defeated 5th seed FlyQuest to advance to the finals. In the finals, TSM faced longtime rivals and 2nd seeded Cloud9.
TSM defeated Cloud9 in a close series to win their 5th championship. They ended with a score of 4—6, failing to make it to the knockout stage.
After Doublelift's announcement and return to the team. They ended the Summer Split with a record of  being tied with Immortals in wins but having lesser losses, resulting in them taking first place.
The team ended their first week with a 2—1 record, only losing a game to Misfits Gaming. They ended the group stages with a 3—3 record.
In addition to more than half of the roster leaving, SSONG took over as head coach to replace Parth Naidu, although Parth stayed with the organization.
TSM ended the Spring Split regular season with a record of 11—7. This caught the eye of many pros, including Tfue, who teamed up with him in the Fortnite Champion series and found great success.
His reputation only grew with dominating Solos tournament results, winning three Cash Cups, achieving significant placements in numerous others, and placing 12th in his very first LAN at Dreamhack Anaheim.
With a long career ahead of him, Khanada is hoping to continue his streak and take every win he can get. Saf has been one of the names to look out for in the pro Fortnite scene.
After an explosive first appearance in the Summer Skirmish, he has had numerous top 2 placements in major competitions over the past two years, notably winning the Katowice Royale in and the FNCS Duos Grand Finals this past April.
After tweeting he would go hard on Fortnite in January , his growth has been nothing short of spectacular.
In less than a year, all his social media channels expanded exponentially, with more and more viewers flocking to his stream to watch the young talent crush the competition.
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August 17th - autimatic leaves the team and joins Cloud9 , the team will be fielding just9n as a stand-in.
January 14th - Team SoloMid and the roster part ways due to the players electing to play with sgares. Team SoloMid. Retrieved NRG Esports. TSMkarrigan unable to play tonight due to privacy reasons.