Team Coast

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Team Coast
Team Information
Location: North America North America
Number of Players: 5
Team Staffs
Coaches: Cody "Elementz" Sigfusson
Managers: David Slan
Sponsor: LoL-Class
Social Media Links
Youtube: TeamCoastGaming
Facebook: Team-Coast
Twitter: teamcoastgaming
Created: 2013-01-04
Player Trades: 2013-10-28 DontMashMe leaves
2013-11-26 acq. WizFujiiN
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Team Coast, formerly known as Good Game University, is a North American competitive League of Legends team. The squad was formed on January 4th, 2013 by the former roster of Team Dynamic following their departure from the parent organization. They were self-founded as Good Game University before changing their name to Team Coast on June 1st, 2013. Their first offline tournament was the League of Legends Season 3 North American qualifiers where they successfully qualified for a spot in the Season 3 League Championship Series (LCS).


Creation of Good Game University

On January 4th, 2013, Good Game University was founded by the former roster of Team Dynamic following their departure from the parent multi-gaming organization. ZionSpartan, NintendudeX, DontMashMe, Shiphtur, I am Anjo, and Pixel joined the team.

Season 3

In January 2013, Good Game University competed in the North American LCS Qualifier. In the group stage, Good Game University beat Epik Gamer and Team TowerDiveTV, while dropping one game to Team FeaR. By winning those two games, GGU advanced to day two of the event where they would defeat Dirtnap Gaming and secure their spot in the Spring Split of the NA LCS.

Good Game University's mid lane player, Shiphtur, was unable to play in the LCS due to Visa issues. With substitute player Jintae, GGU opened the season poorly, going 2-12 with a seven game losing streak. However, with the acquisition of Daydreamin, GGU turned their season around and finished sixth at 11-17 in the Spring Split, securing their spot in the NA LCS Spring Playoffs. In the quarterfinals of the playoffs, GGU defeated Dignitas 2-1, advancing them to the semifinals, where they beat Team Curse 2-1. With those two victories under their belt, GGU advanced to the finals, where they faced off against Team Solomid. Although Team Solomid won 3-2, Good Game University secured their spot in the NA LCS Summer Season.

After finishing the spring split at second place in the playoffs, the team renamed to Team Coast, their new sponsor. Additionally, ex-Curse Gaming support player Elementz became their coach. Shiphtur's visa issues were resolved, and he was able to play mid for Team Coast in the summer LCS season, replacing Jintae.

The NA LCS Summer Season was rough for Team Coast. They began the season tied for second during Week One, but thanks to a seven-game losing streak at the end of the split, Coast had to settle for seventh with a record of 9-19. This meant they would be sent to relegation matches in December to win back their spot into the league for the Season 4 Spring Promotion.

Pre-Season 4

In the offseason, Team Coast was invited to some amateur scene events, winning ggLA Challenger Arena 5 and then earning a spot onto the new competitive league, the North American Challenger League (NACL). During the first week of the NACL, on October 8th, 2013, DontMashMe announced that he had stepped down from his starter AD position.[1] On November 26th, WizFujiiN joined as the new starting AD.

In December, Coast revealed that they would compete with challenger team The Walking Zed for a spot in the Season 4 Spring Split North American LCS at the Spring Promotion tournament. There, Coast would prevail 3-2 and receive a spot in their third LCS split, the Season 4 Spring Split.

Season 4

Team Coast finished sixth at the 2014 NA LCS Spring Playoffs after losing 2-0 to CLG and then 2-1 to Team Dignitas. The team was then relegated to the 2014 Summer Promotion Tournament, along with XDG Gaming and Evil Geniuses. Despite being favorited to win its series against compLexity.Black, having the best spring season record of the three teams facing relegation, and facing arguably the weakest of the three competing challenger teams, Coast lost 1-3 and with it lost its place in the LCS. Mid laner Shiphtur and top laner ZionSpartan quickly departed the team for warmer waters with Team Dignitas, while jungler NintendudeX stepped down to a substitute position.

In June 2014, Coast announced a new starting roster, consisting mainly of experienced free agents. AD carry Dontmashme rejoined the team with renewed LCS aspirations, replacing WizFujiiN. Their new support player Sheep, had some LCS experience with XDG Gaming, along with mid laner Goldenglue with Team Dignitas and top laner Rhux with Team Curse. The only player without LCS experience, jungler Santorin, had been a substitute for top-ranked challenger team Cloud 9 Eclipse in Europe. Lastly, Coast hired on Chaox, Season 2 star of Team SoloMid, as a coach.

As a recently relegated team, Coast was entered to compete in the 2014 NA Challenger Series (NACS). With series against Team Green Forest, Curse Academy, and Team LoLPro, Coast took first place with an overall 6-1 record. In July, in the second NACS of 2014, Coast again took first with series wins against Denial eSports, Team 8, and Curse Academy, with an undefeated 6-0 sweep. With two NACS titles at their back, Coast entered the August playoffs with high hopes and a first round bye, only to be swept in the semifinals by Team 8. Without letting their negative momentum continue, Coast defeated Team LoLPro in the third place match and took home $8,000 USD.


To read about Team Dynamic history (April 2012 - January 2013), click here.

Player Roster

ID Name Role End of Contract
Mexico Cris Cristian Rosales Template:RoleSortNumber Top 2015-11-16
USA WTHeaven Dillon Stayner Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle ?
USA Mancloud Zachary Allan Hoschar Template:RoleSortNumber Mid ?
Canada Mash Brandon Phan Template:RoleSortNumber AD 2015-11-16
South Korea KonKwon Kevin Kwon Template:RoleSortNumber Support ?
Denmark Jesiz Jesse Le Template:RoleSortNumber Sub 2015-11-16
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2015 EU LCS Spring Roster
Left to Right: Sheep, Impaler, Cris, Mash, Jesiz (Source: @TeamCoastGaming)

ID Name Role Next Team
United Kingdom Impaler Matthew Taylor Jungle
Final Five
Canada Sheep Jamie Gallagher Support
Final Five
Canada LOD Ben deMunck Mid
Denmark Santorin Lucas Larsen Jungle
Team SoloMid
USA Rhux Keenan Santos Top
USA goldenglue Greyson Gilmer Mid
compLexity Gaming
USA NintendudeX Joshua Atkins Jungle
Team Fusion Gaming
USA Jintae Justin Dinh Mid
USA WizFujiiN Apollo Price AD
USA Daydreamin Miles Hoard Support
South Korea Ringer Sangkyun Park Mid
South Korea Miracle Yongwoo Yi Top
USA ZionSpartan Darshan Upadhyaha Top
Team Dignitas
Canada Shiphtur Danny Le Mid
Team Dignitas
Canada Pixel David Zarinski Sub
Canada Diamond David Bérubé Sub
Curse Academy
USA Raìna Raina Huang Sub
Canada Fat Brian Cao Sub
USA i am Anjo Angelo Cortez Sub
Bulgaria BloodWater Lyubomir Spasov Support
Team Vulcun
Canada DontMashMe Brandon Phan AD
Curse Academy


ID Name Position
USA David Slan Managing Partner
Canada Elementz Cody Sigfusson Coach

ID Name Position Next Team
USA Chaox Shan Huang Coach
Belgium wewillfailer Bram de Winter Coach
USA Alex Penn Alex Penn Coach/Analyst

Team Achievements

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2015-03-29 NA LCS.png I110th - R 2015 NA LCS Spring Round Robin 1 : 17 Group Stage (W/L)

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2014-08-23 CS NA logo.png A33rd 2014 NA Challenger Series Summer Playoffs 3 : 1
Team LoLPro
$ 8,000
2014-08-02 CS NA logo.png A11st 2014 NA Challenger Series Summer #2 2 : 0
Curse Academy
$ 6,000
2014-06-22 CS NA logo.png A11st 2014 NA Challenger Series Summer #1 2 : 0
Team LoLPro
$ 6,000
2014-04-19 LCSlogo small.png A66th LCS North America Season 4 Spring Playoffs 1 : 2
Team Dignitas
2014-04-06 LCSlogo small.png A66th LCS North America Season 4 Spring Regular Season 10 : 18 Group Stage (W/L)

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2013-12-21 LCSlogo small.png I1Q LCS North America Season 4 Spring Promotion 3 : 2
The Walking Zed
2013-12-15 Nacl small.png A11st North American Challenger League 3 : 1
compLexity Gaming
$ 10,250
2013-08-16 LCSlogo small.png A77th LCS North America Season 3 Summer Regular Season 9 : 19 Group Stage (W/L)
2013-04-28 LCSlogo small.png A22nd LCS North America Season 3 Spring Playoffs 2 : 3
Team SoloMid
$ 25,000
2013-04-19 LCSlogo small.png A66th LCS North America Season 3 Spring Regular Season 11 : 17 Group Stage (W/L)
2013-01-13 RpPoints.png I1Q LCS North America Season 3 Spring Qualifiers 2 : 1
Dirt Nap Gaming

In Major Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2013-12-18 A11st National ESL Pro Series Season VIII 2 : 1
Napkins in Disguise
$ 7,400

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In Minor, Monthly, and Weekly Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2013-09-14 A11st ggLA Challenger Arena #5 3 : 1
To Be Determined
$ 500
2013-09-08 A11st ggLA Challenger Arena #4 3 : 2
Denial eSports.West
$ 500

Articles & Videos


See Also

External Links


  1. DontMashMe Twitter Post
  2. Team Coast's Facebook Update
  4. Alex Penn Twitter Post
  5. Team Dignitas signs Shiphtur and
  6. Team Coast announces new
  7. Coach Chaox Stepping Down as coach of Team Coast to focus on competitive
  9. Meet your New Coast
  10. [1]
  11. Team Coast's Facebook Update
  12. Team Coast Announces New Coach, Bram ‘wewillfailer’ de
  14. TD.LoL parts ways with Team Dynamic - Going under the name "Good Game University." and actively looking for sponsors.
  15. Team Dynamic Leaves Sponsor, Emerges as "Good Game University" ggChronicle
  16. GGU Twitter Update
  17. GGU Twitter Update
  18. Good Game University Facebook Status
  19. Vulcun welcome Lyubomir “BloodWater” Spasov to the team
  20. Team Coast Reddit post
  21. Team Coast Vlog #3: Raina joins Team Coast
  22. CyberPowerPC Facebook Post
  23. Corsair Facebook Post
  24. Team Coast's sponsors
  25. Team Coast Facebook Post
  26. Meet Wizfujiin - New Team Coast ADC
  27. UPDATE / ANNOUNCEMENT VIDEO - New team, no more Coast