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Team SoloMid
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Team Information
Location: North America North America
Coaches: Andy "Reginald" Dinh
Brian "TheOddOne" Wyllie
Yoonsup "Locodoco" Choi
Managers: Leena "Leena" Xu
Website: http://www.tsm.gg/
Sponsor: Alienware
Kingston HyperX
Logitech G
LolClass
Twitch
Youtube: SoloMid
Facebook: Team SoloMid
Twitter: TeamSoloMid
Number of Players: 7
History
Created: 2011-01
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Team SoloMid (TSM) is a North American eSports Team, created around the community website SoloMid.Net by brothers Andy "Reginald" Dinh and Dan "Dan Dinh" Dinh and in September 2009. The team was first seen in early 2011 after being formed to participate in the Riot Season 1 Championship later that year. The organization has also previously hosted the now-disbanded Team SoloMid Evo.

History

Creation of Team SoloMid

The original Team SoloMid lineup consisted of Saintvicious, Reginald, Chaox, TheOddOne, and Locodoco to help represent Reginald's site Solomid.net. It was stated that, "With AoN(All or Nothing) disbanding and Regi still wanting to play competitively, he formed a new AoN. Except this time, it would be branded as Team SoloMid to represent the website." Later, on February 23rd, 2011, Saintvicious left Team SoloMid to join Counter Logic Gaming. This led for the team to pick up subs for the upcoming months, such as FeedFest, Westrice, Chu8, Doublelift and Qlown. The month of April saw two major additions to TSM, with the arrival of Xpecial and The Rain Man.[1]

Riot Season 1 Championship

After the roster solidified with Reginald, TheOddOne, The Rain Man, Xpecial and Chaox, Team SoloMid attended the Riot Season 1 Championship on June 20th, 2011. TSM took first place in their group, going 2-1 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 1-2 and knocked down to the loser's bracket. Team SoloMid met Epik Gamer, a fellow North American team, and defeated them 2-0 to advance to the loser bracket finals where they faced aAa for a second time. aAa started the best-of-three series with a one game advantage due to their previous win against TSM in the winner's bracket. In a close match, against All authority bested TSM and took the series. Team SoloMid ended the tournament in 3rd place and took home $ 10,000 USD.[2]

Pre-Season 2

Team SoloMid attended the National ESL Premier League Season 1 playoffs on July 16, 2011. In the group stage, Team SoloMid took first place, going 10-1 by defeating Counter Logic Gaming, compLexity, unRestricted, TeamLiquid, HKEGG, jpak and friends, Defy All Odds, OGODBEARS, Disciples of Da Gr8 Whale Lord, and LowELO, dropping their only set against Rock Solid. In the playoffs of NESL Season 1, Team SoloMid lost to unRestricted in the semifinals 0-2, sending them to the third place match to play against Rock Solid, where Team SoloMid came out on top 2-0.

The next event Team SoloMid participated in was the ESL Major Series - Season VIII. Team SoloMid defeated LowLandLions 2-1 in the semifinals, but fell to SK Gaming 0-2 in the finals, taking home second place.

On August 21, 2011, Team SoloMid attended the IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Cologne. Team SoloMid went 3-0 in group stage, defeating Millenium, Team ALTERNATE, and MyRevenge. Advancing to the playoffs, Team SoloMid defeated FnaticRC 2-1. In the grand finals, TSM played against rival Counter Logic Gaming, who TSM lost to 1-2, taking second place at IEM Cologne.[3]

Flying back to the United States, Team SoloMid attended the 2011 MLG Pro Circuit - Raleigh on August 26, 2011. At the event, Team SoloMid took third in group stage, going 1-2, defeating Curse Gaming while losing to Counter Logic Gaming and Epik Gamer.

On October 9th, 2011, Team SoloMid participated in the IGN ProLeague Season 3 in Atlantic City. TSM took out compLexity 2-0 in the first round, but fell to Epik Gamer 1-2 in the semifinals, sending Team SoloMid to play for third place. In the third place match, Team SoloMid once again faced Counter Logic Gaming, who TSM lost to 0-2, taking home fourth place.

Four days later, Team SoloMid flew out to New York to participate in the offline IEM Season VI - Global Challenge New York. Team SoloMid finished in 7th-8th place after going 0-3 in the group stages with losses against FnaticRC, Counter Logic Gaming and Dignitas.

In late October of 2011, Team SoloMid moved into a gaming house located in the state of New York.

Team SoloMid participated in the 2011 MLG - Providence tournament, which was held from November 19 to November 20. In the first round, TSM took out RFLX Gaming 2-0 to advance to the second round, where they fell 1-2 to Epik Gamer. TSM advanced through the Loser's Bracket with a 2-0 victory over Dignitas, TSM once again played against Epik Gamer in the grand finals. Due to Major League Gaming's extended series rule, Epik Gamer started off with a 2-1 lead against TSM. Despite Epik's advantage, Team SoloMid came out victorious 4-2 over Epik Gamer, taking home first place.[4]

Season 2

On December 18, 2011, Team SoloMid attended the National ESL Premier League Season 2. In the playoffs, they defeated RFLX 2-1, compLexity 2-1, and v8 Esports 2-1, placing them in the winner's bracket final, where they lost to Counter Logic Gaming 0-2. Team SoloMid then lost to Curse Gaming 0-2, placing TSM in third overall in the tournament.

The first tournament of the 2012 year that Team SoloMid attended was the IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Kiev, held on January 19. In the group stage, Team Solomid went 3-0 and took first, defeating SK Gaming, Curse Gaming and White Lotus. Advancing to the playoffs, Team Solomid defeated team Dignitas 2-0, qualifying for the finals where they faced Moscow Five. In the grand finals, Team SoloMid lost to Moscow Five 1-2, taking home second place.[5]

Two months after Kiev, on March 13, 2012, TheRainMan resigned from Team SoloMid, citing differences in training regimen plans, as TheRainMan wanted to focus more on solo queue while the rest of Team SoloMid wanted to focus on full team scrims. On the same day, Epik Gamer's Dyrus was announced to replace TheRainMan. The main reason for the acquisition of Dyrus was due to the fact that Dyrus was already living in the gaming house for TSM and was a top lane player, making it highly convenient to add him to Team SoloMid's roster.[6]

After the roster reformation, Team SoloMid appeared in the Leaguecraft ggClassic tournament, which ran from March 17th to April 1st. At the event, Team SoloMid went undefeated with wins over Raise Your Weapon, Curse Gaming, Jpak and Friends and 4Not.Fire, taking home first place.[7]

On April 6th, 2012, Team SoloMid attended IPL 4 in Las Vegas. In the playoffs Team SoloMid 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 0-2, but came back to win the tournament in the second set, defeating Counter Logic Gaming 2-0 to take home first place.

On June 3rd, 2012, Team SoloMid took 1st place in the Reign of Gaming International Invitational. In 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 to qualify for the offline finals. In the round robin offline finals event, Team SoloMid went undefeated, winning against Team SoloMid Evo, Teamless, and Curse Gaming EU 2-0. In the grand finals, Team SoloMid took on Team SoloMid Evo, whom TSM defeated 2-1.

One week later, Team SoloMid placed first in the 2012 MLG Pro Circuit - Spring. Team SoloMid was undefeated throughout the entire playoffs of the tournament, defeating MRN 2-0, Counter Logic Gaming EU 2-1, FnaticRC 2-0 and Dignitas 2-0. In the grand finals, Team SoloMid played against Counter Logic Gaming, who would be the first to take a set from Team SoloMid, with Counter Logic Gaming picking up the first set 2-1. Team SoloMid came back in the second set and took first place, defeating Counter Logic Gaming 2-1.[8]

Team SoloMid participated in the GIGABYTE Esports LAN on June 15, 2012. In the group stage, TSM went 3-0 and took first, taking out Counter Logic Gaming Black, Curse Gaming and Team Green Forest. In the playoffs, Team SoloMid defeated mTw.NA 2-0, and Counter Logic Gaming Prime 2-1. In the grand finals of the GESL, Team SoloMid faced off against and defeated Counter Logic Gaming Black 2-0 to take home first place.

From August 3rd through to August 5th 2012, Team SoloMid would compete in the first MLG 2012 Summer Arena for League of Legends, which was held in New York City. Team SoloMid would compete against three world class teams: Curse Gaming, Azubu Blaze and Team BLACK. Team SoloMid's strong LAN performance would come to a halt at this event, as they would drop all three games against the Korean team Azubu Blaze. TSM, however, wanting to prove that their recent dominant form was no fluke, came back in their next two matches against Curse Gaming and Team BLACK with back to back 3-0 victorys. TSM would then move on to the Grand Final to get a rematch with Azubu Blaze, but would once again get swept by the Korean team 0-2. TSM would finish the MLG Summer Arena Championship with a second place placing.[9]

Six days after their showing at the MLG 2012 Summer Arena, Team SoloMid would participate in the IPL Face Off: San Francisco Showdown. Once again showing their dominance in the North American scene, Team SoloMid would go through the entire tournament without dropping a single series to any team to take home first place, defeating Orbit Gaming, Singapore Sentinels, Team Legion and Curse Gaming.

On August 30th, 2012, Team SoloMid would fly out to Seattle, Washington to compete in the Season 2 North American Regional Finals. In the quarterfinals of the playoffs, Team SoloMid would sweep Monomaniac Ferus 2-0 to advance to the next round of the tournament. There in the semifinals, Team SoloMid would pull out a 2-1 victory over Curse Gaming. Team SoloMid would finish off the tournament strong, defeating Team Dignitas 2-0 in the grand finals to take home first place and qualifying for the Season 2 World Championship.

At the Season 2 World Championship in Los Angeles, Team SoloMid was given a bye through the group stage due to their first place regional finish. By drawing, they were slated against Azubu Frost in the quarterfinal round. Unfortunately for TSM, the Korean metagame once again proved superior as the North American squad failed to keep up with Frost's aggression and pressure. In a near déjà vu situation from MLG 2012 Summer Arena, SoloMid was swept 2-0, this time by the other Azubu team. TSM finished in 5th-8th place and took home $ 75,000.

Pre-Season 3

Team Solo Mid attended IPL 5 in Las Vegas on the 29th of November. Seeded in group C, TSM advanced 2-1 with wins over Meat Playground and Singapore Sentinels while dropping a game against Curse Gaming EU. After the group stages TSM was eliminated from contention by being swept 0-2 by both CLG EU and Azubu Blaze. Despite abstaining from streaming to prepare for the tournament, TSM did not perform as well as their NA counterpart CLG Prime who took 5th and 6th, and again could not take a game from the Korean teams. They ranked 9th-12th at the event and take home $1,500 in winnings.

On January 25th, Dan Dinh announced himself as a substitute player for TSM.[10]

Season 3

On February 7th, 2013, it was announced that Team SoloMid would compete under the name Team SoloMid Snapdragon in representation of the mobile processor brand of their newly acquired sponsor, Qualcomm. Also announced was a partnership with Qualcomm and CBS to produce a web reality series, GameCrib, exhibiting the daily lives of TSM.[11][12][13]

Two weeks after the launch of Season 3, Team SoloMid announced the acquisition of Jason "WildTurtle" Tran and Daryl "wingsofdeathx" Hennegan as substitute players on February 13th, 2013.

On March 25th, 2013, it was officially announced WildTurtle had replaced Chaox as Team SoloMid's AD Carry.[14]

After bringing in Wildturtle, TSM managed to come in first in the NA LCS Spring Season, securing their spot in the Summer Season. They also went on to win the NA LCS Spring Playoffs.

During the Summer Split, GameCrib was renewed for a second season and began airing on July 10, 2013.

As the NA LCS Summer Season began and progressed, TSM found themselves fighting to keep up with the middle of the pack and eventually ended the season with a .500 record of 14-14, coming in 3rd going into the playoffs, having public question if they will make it to Worlds with their shaky performances and the questioning of their team chemistry. The playoffs were held at PAX 2013. TSM went up against their old rivals, CLG but were able to best them in a 2-0. Next, Solo Mid faced the formidable and semi-favorite going into the matchup, Vulcun but were able to take another convincing 2-0 victory to gain a finals spot and more important, a seed at the Season 3 World Championship. TSM went up against the team that has dominated all season and their practice partner, Cloud 9. However, TSM were unable to best their competitor, losing 0-3 and taking home a respectable second in the playoffs.

At the Season 3 World Championship, TSM entered as the North American fan favorite. In the group stage, TSM was paired with GamingGear.eu of the CIS, Lemondogs of Europe, OMG of China, and the eventual tournament winners SK Telecom T1 2 of South Korea. Team SoloMid won only two matches of eight, winning only against Lemondogs and GamingGear.eu. TSM took home 11th-12th place, along with North American 3rd seed Team Vulcun.

Pre-Season 4

On October 20th, 2013, it was announced that Ninjaken would join Team SoloMid as substitute.[15] The next day TSM announced that Dan Dinh and wingsofdeathx would no longer be substitutes for the team.[16]

On November 1st, 2013, Team SoloMid announced Altec as a substitute. The following day, Reginald stepped down from his role as mid laner to become coach and was replaced by Ninjas in Pyjamas's Bjergsen.[17]

Team SoloMid's first competition after the World Championship was the Battle of the Atlantic, in which North American teams competed against European teams for bragging rights and a money prize. 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.

Season 4

As the Season 4 North American LCS began, TSM was eager to show off its new mid laner Bjergsen. After losing its first match against Cloud 9, TSM shook off the loss and won eleven in a row, holding first place for a team-record eight weeks. Although they entered Week 10 with a 19-3 record and a one-game lead over rival Cloud 9, the team struggled to close out the season and finished second. TSM's 22 wins were still a team best and tied with Fnatic for fourth best of any team in LCS history.

In that split's playoffs, TSM faced longtime rival Counter Logic Gaming in their first series, and won 2-1, highlighted by a Bjergsen pentakill as Karma in Game 2. Advancing to the finals, TSM met Cloud 9 for the second consecutive time in the LCS playoffs, and lost 0-3 once more, as Cloud 9 won its tenth consecutive playoff game.

In early May, between the Spring and Summer splits of the LCS, TheOddOne stepped down to become a coach for the team. Amazing, a German player from the Copenhagen Wolves, joined the team as their new jungler. At the same time, support player Xpecial was benched and then removed from the team for his negative attitude, to be replaced by Gleebglarbu of challenger team Cloud 9 Tempest. Xpecial moved to Team Curse.

With its new roster in tow, Team SoloMid immediately faced a challenge in the summer split of the LCS. After having a rocky start, TSM found themselves in fifth place and struggling to stay afloat. Thereafter, TSM improved its record significantly and temporarily even held first in the league, albeit in a four-way tie. Days before Week 10 of the split, holding a tenuous grip on second place and a single game behind first-place LMQ, TSM announced the addition of Lustboy to the starting roster to replace Gleebglarbu. Lustboy had been the support for the Korean team CJ Entus Blaze, and had won the very first OnGameNet tournament at Champions Spring 2012. However, despite the formidable and well-known addition to the team, TSM finished with a paltry 3-3 record and had fallen to third to finish the season.

Entering the summer playoffs at Pax Prime 2014, TSM's luck began to change. Although they fell victim to a surprise backdoor ending by ZionSpartan in their first match against Dignitas, Team SoloMid came back to win the series 3-1. Subsequently, TSM faced LMQ, a team against whom they had a 0-4 record throughout the season. After a hard-fought series, even overcoming a Game 4 XiaoWeiXiao pentakill, TSM prevailed 3-2 and returned to the finals against Cloud 9. In their third consecutive playoff matchup against C9, as well as TSM's record fourth finals appearance, Team SoloMid finally came out on top and took the series 3-2. In the process, TSM handed Cloud 9 its first (and second and third) ever playoff losses, and secured a spot at the Season 4 World Championship, becoming the only team to attend all four World Championships.


Timeline

2011

2012

2013

2014

Player Roster

Team SoloMid Season 4 World Championship Roster
Left to Right: Amazing, WildTurtle, Bjergsen, Dyrus, Lustboy

Active

ID Name Role
USA Dyrus Marcus Hill Top
Denmark Santorin Lucas Larsen Jungle
Denmark Bjergsen Søren Bjerg Mid
Canada WildTurtle Jason Tran AD
South Korea Lustboy Jang-sik Ham Support
USA Ninjaken Andy Nong Sub/Jungle
USA MegaZero Patrick Glinsman Sub/Top

Former

ID Name Role Next Team
USA Gleebglarbu Nicholas Haddad Support
Team Fusion Gaming
Germany Amazing Maurice Stückenschneider Jungle
SUPA HOT CREW
Canada Altec Johnny Ru Sub/AD
Evil Geniuses
USA Nightblue3 Rabia Yazbek Sub/Jungle
None
USA Xpecial Alex Chu Support
Team Curse
Canada TheOddOne Brian Wyllie Jungle Coachlogo std.png Coach
USA Reginald Andy Dinh Mid Coachlogo std.png Coach
USA Wingsofdeathx Daryl Hennegan Sub
None
USA Dan Dinh Daniel Dinh Sub Coachlogo std.png Coach
Canada Chaox Shan Huang AD
Team Coast
USA The Rain Man Christian Kahmann Top
Team Solo Queue
USA Westrice Jonathan Nguyen Top
Epik Gamer
USA FeedFest Mid
None
South Korea Locodoco Choi Yoon-sub (최윤섭) AD
Maximum impact Gaming Frost
USA Saintvicious Brandon DiMarco Top
Counter Logic Gaming

Temporary Subs

ID Name Role Replacing Tournament
USA Reginald Andy Dinh Mid Denmark Bjergsen 2014 Season League Championship Series North America Spring Week 7 - 8

Organization

Current

ID Name Position
USA Reginald Andy Dinh Owner
USA Leena Leena Xu Manager
Canada TheOddOne Brian Wyllie Streamer
South Korea Locodoco Choi Yoon-sub (최윤섭) Head Coach

Former

ID Name Position Next Team
USA Jack Jack Etienne General Manager
Cloud 9

Team Achievements

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2014-10-03 WC2014.png A55 - 8th 2014 World Championship 1 : 3
Samsung Galaxy White
$ 75,000
2014-09-01 NA LCS.png A11st 2014 NA LCS Summer Playoffs 3 : 2
Cloud 9
$ 50,000
2014-08-03 NA LCS.png A33rd 2014 NA LCS Summer Regular Season 16 : 12 Group Stage (W/L)
2014-04-20 NA LCS.png A22nd 2014 NA LCS Spring Playoffs 0 : 3
Cloud 9
$ 25,000
2014-04-06 NA LCS.png A22nd 2014 NA LCS Spring Split 22 : 6 Group Stage (W/L)
2013-10-04 RpPoints.png B111 - 12th Season 3 World Championship 2 : 6 Group Stage (W/L) $ 30,000
2013-09-02 NA LCS.png A22nd LCS North America Season 3 Summer Playoffs 0 : 3
Cloud 9
$ 25,000
2013-08-16 NA LCS.png A33rd LCS North America Season 3 Summer Regular Season 14 : 14 Group Stage (W/L)
2013-04-28 NA LCS.png A11st LCS North America Season 3 Spring Playoffs 3 : 2
Good Game University
$ 50,000
2013-04-19 NA LCS.png A11st LCS North America Season 3 Spring Regular Season 21 : 7 Group Stage (W/L)
2012-11-30 Ipllogo small.png A99 - 12th IGN ProLeague 5 0 : 2
Azubu Blaze
$ 1,500
2012-11-03 MLG-Logo-Small.png A55 - 6th 2012 MLG Fall Championship 0 : 2
CLG Europe
2012-10-05 RpPoints.png A55 - 8th Riot Season 2 World Championship 0 : 2
Azubu Frost
$ 75,000
2012-09-02 RpPoints.png A11st Riot Season 2 North American Regionals 2 : 0
Team Dignitas
$ 40,000
2012-08-12 Ipllogo small.png A11st IPL ProLeague Face Off 3 : 0
Team Curse
$ 20,000
2012-06-10 MLG-Logo-Small.png A11st 2012 MLG Spring Championship 2 : 1
CLG Prime
$ 20,000
2012-04-08 Ipllogo small.png A11st IGN ProLeague 4 2 : 1
Counter Logic Gaming
$ 25,000
2012-03-10 Esltumbnail.png A77 - 8th IEM Season VI - World Championship 2 : 3 Group Stage (W/L) $ 2,200
2012-01-22 Esltumbnail.png A22nd IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Kiev 1 : 2
Moscow Five
$ 6,000
2011-11-20 MLG-Logo-Small.png A11st 2011 MLG Providence 4 : 2
Epik Gamer
$ 15,000
2011-10-16 Esltumbnail.png A77 - 8th IEM Season VI - Global Challenge New York 0 : 3 Group Stage (W/L) $ 2,000
2011-10-09 Ipllogo small.png A44th IGN ProLeague 3 0 : 2
Counter Logic Gaming
$ 2,500
2011-08-27 MLG-Logo-Small.png A33rd 2011 MLG Raleigh 1 : 2 Group Stage (W/L)
2011-08-21 Esltumbnail.png A22nd IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Cologne 1 : 2
Counter Logic Gaming
$ 6,000
2011-06-20 RpPoints.png A33rd Riot Season 1 Championship 0 : 2
against All authority
$ 10,000

Highlight Videos

Misc. Videos

Interviews

2011

2012

2013

See Also

External Links

Solomid Network

References

  1. Messiah's SoloMid Post
  2. Official Season One Championship Page eu.leagueoflegends.com
  3. IEM Season VI Cologne eslworld.net
  4. MLG Providence 2011 Grand Finals VOD majorleaguegaming.com
  5. Official IEM Season VI Kiev Page esl-world.net
  6. Why RainMan Left youtube.com
  7. ggClassic Semifinals and Grand Finals VODs youtube.com
  8. 2012 MLG Pro Circuit Spring Final Results majorleaguegaming.com
  9. 2012 MLG Summer Arena Finals VODs majorleaguegaming.com
  10. 10.0 10.1 Vlog 1-25-2013 youtube.com
  11. TSM Rechristened "TSM Snapdragon", Webseries Incoming ggchronicle.com
  12. Reginald talks about TSM's new sponsors, show and the LCS gamespot.com
  13. CBS Interative Games Exec David Rice Sees 'Great Potential' For ESports On TV forbes.com
  14. WildTurtle Replacing Chaox as Starter on TSM newsoflegends.com
  15. 15.0 15.1 Solomid's Twitter Post twitter.com
  16. 16.0 16.1 Solomid's Twitter Post twitter.com
  17. 17.0 17.1 Bjergsen had scored the most kills of any player in the Season 3 Spring Split, and the second most overall throughout Season 3. His champion pool epitomized the assassin-heavy meta of early Season 4. Solomid Announcing the new TSM roster! solomid.net
  18. Xpecial Reddit Comment reddit.com
  19. 19.0 19.1 NESL Roster History nationalesl.com
  20. Why i left solo mid solomid.net
  21. Xpecial Gunnar's description gunnars.com
  22. Reginald Vlog on TSM House youtube.com
  23. Team SoloMid Announces Roster Change solomid.net
  24. TEAM RAZER TAKES SOLOMID SUPREMACY! solomid.net
  25. ORIGIN PC Teams Up with Popular League of Legends Champions Team SoloMid! solomid.net
  26. Kingston HyperX Sponsors TSM! solomid.net
  27. Team Solomid to Become “TSM Snapdragon” and Get Their Own CBS Show newsoflegends.com
  28. Announcing the TSM Subs! newsoflegends.com
  29. SoloMid Facebook Post facebook.com
  30. Corsair and Team SoloMid Unite newsoflegends.com
  31. WildTurtle Replacing Chaox as Starter on TSM newsoflegends.com
  32. Team SoloMid faceboook post facebook.com
  33. Qualcomm no longer sponsors TSM twitter.com
  34. TSM Nightblue – Latest TSM substitute tsm.gg
  35. Alienware partners with TSM! tsm.gg
  36. New TSM Substitute: MegaZero newsoflegends.com
  37. Logitech sponsors TSM facebook.com
  38. Team SoloMid moves Xpecial to benchongamers.com
  39. “Gleebglarbu” New Support for TSM, Xpecial Joins Cursenewsoflegends.com
  40. Nightblue leaves TSMfacebook.com
  41. Lustboy joins TSMnewsoflegends.com
  42. [http://www.newsoflegends.com/index.php/tsm-amazing-steps-down-27815/ TSM Amazing Steps Down ]newsoflegends.com