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ahq e-Sports Club Korea

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ahq e-Sports Club Korea
AHQ2.png
Team Information
Org LocationSouth Korea South Korea
Region
KR
 Korea
Sponsor(s)ahq
SteelSeries
Corsair
Tesoro
History
Created2013-02-02
Disbanded2013-05-04

Overview

ahq e-Sports Club Korea was the sister team of ahq e-Sports Club.

History

ahq e-Sports Club Korea was a Korean team formed by the Taiwanese e-Sports organization ahq e-Sports Club. The team was formed on February 15, 2013 with a roster of HooN, TrAce, ActScene, Promise and Loray.

The team made their first major proscene debut on February 26 in a NiceGameTV Battle Royal Season 2 match against MVP Blue, which they lost 1-3. The team's next major appearance was in the qualifiers for OLYMPUS Champions Spring 2013 through which they qualified for the Spring Champions season, only losing one map to Virtual Throne Gaming. Their qualification placed them into Group B of Champions Spring where they went 0-4-1 in the group, tieing KT Rolster B, SK Telecom T1, NaJin Shield, and Incredible Miracle and losing their match against CJ Entus Frost.

In their final match against Incredible Miracle, the team won the first game and lost the second after a quick surrender. This draw caused the two teams to tie for fourth place, the last spot to advance to the bracket stage, and was broken by calculating the two teams KDA-per-minute of their matches throughout the groupstage which resulted in ahq Korea being eliminated by only a 0.005 difference in KDA-per-minute.[1] After their elimination from Champions Spring, the roster was released and formed Hoon Good Day.

Matchfixing Scandal

In March 2014, ahq ADC Promise wrote a note prior to attempting suicide detailing the team's matchfixing, claiming that their coach had told them they must lose to "big-company" teams in order to be permitted to play in OGN. After conducting an investigation, KeSPA found that Promise was guilty of matchfixing, but no other of his teammates were, despite Promise's accusation of ActScene. [2] [3]

Timeline

  • 2013

Player Roster

Former

R C ID Name Role Next Team Joined Left
KR
South Korea TrAce Yeo Chang-dong (여창동) 1Top Laner Logo std.png Hoon Good Day 2013-02-152013-02-15 2013-05-042013-05-04
KR
South Korea ActScene Yeon Hyeong-mo (연형모) 2Jungler Logo std.png Hoon Good Day 2013-02-152013-02-15 2013-05-042013-05-04
KR
South Korea HooN Kim Nam-hoon (김남훈) 3Mid Laner Logo std.png Hoon Good Day 2013-02-152013-02-15 2013-05-042013-05-04
KR
South Korea Promise Cheon Min-ki (천민기) 4Bot Laner Logo std.png Hoon Good Day 2013-02-152013-02-15 2013-05-042013-05-04
KR
South Korea Loray Kwon Ji-min (권지민) 5Support Logo std.png Hoon Good Day 2013-02-152013-02-15 2013-05-042013-05-04

Tournament Results

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.
Tournament Results - Show Prize as (Local • USDEurosLocal • USD • EurosLocalUSD • Euros)
DatePlacePrizeEventLast ResultRoster
2013-06-15A99 - 12₩ 10,000,000$ 8,800€ 6,600LCK logo small.png Champions 2013 Spring0-4-1Blanklogo std.png RR
 TrAce,
 ActScene,
 HooN,
 Promise,
 Loray
2013-03-23I1QLCK logo small.png Champions 2013 Spring Qualifiers2 : 1Logo std.png VTG
 TrAce,
 ActScene,
 HooN,
 Promise,
 Loray
Total Prize: KRW 10,000,000

Highlight Videos

Interviews

See Also

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