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Alex Ich
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Background Information
NameAlexey Ichetovkin (Алексей Ичетовкин)
Country of Birth
Russia
BirthdayJanuary 31, 1992 (age 28)
Residency
EU
Europe
Competitive
Role
Mid Laner
Favorite Champs



Soloqueue IDsRNG Ichy Ich (NA)
Social Media & Links
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Alexey "Alex Ich" Ichetovkin (Cyrillic: Алексей Ичетовкин) is a League of Legends esports player, previously substitute mid laner for Team EnVyUs.

Team History

Combine Role Swaps:No|Yes
Dates:Approx|Exact
TeamStartEnd
Notes
EU
Dimegio ClubLogo std.pngDimegio Club
≈Oct 2010≈2010-10-??≈Nov 2010≈2010-11-??≈1mo
ejel
EU
Logo std.pngLiquicity
≈Jan 2011≈2011-01-??≈Mar 2011≈2011-03-??≈2mo
ejel
EU
MyRevengelogo std.pngmyRevenge
≈Mar 2011≈2011-03-??≈May 2011≈2011-05-??≈2mo
ejel
EU
Logo std.pngMTG (Russian Team)
≈Jul 2011≈2011-07-??≈Oct 2011≈2011-10-??[1]≈3mo
ejel
EU
Team Empirelogo std.pngTeam Empire
≈Oct 2011≈2011-10-??[2]≈Oct 2011≈2011-10-??≈14d
ejel
EU
Team Empirelogo std.pngTeam Empire
≈Oct 2011≈2011-10-??Dec 20112011-12-16[3]≈1mo 16d
ejel
EU
Moscow Fivelogo std.pngMoscow Five
Dec 20112011-12-16[3]Jan 20132013-01-10[4]1yr 25d
ejel
EU
GambitLogo std.pngGambit Gaming
Jan 20132013-01-13[7]May 20142014-05-03[6]1yr 3mo
ejel
EU
Ninjas in Pyjamaslogo std.pngNinjas in Pyjamas
May 20142014-05-08[8]≈Sep 2014≈2014-09-??≈3mo 28d
ejel
CIS
RoX (2014 CIS Team)logo std.pngRoX
Nov 20142014-11-19[9]Dec 20142014-12-281mo 9d
ejel
NA
Team 8logo std.pngTeam 8
Jan 20152015-01-12[11]Oct 20152015-10-07[10]8mo 26d
ejel
NA
BrawL eSportslogo std.pngBrawL.NA
Jan 20152015-01-13[12]≈Feb 2015≈2015-02-??≈26d
ejel
NA
Escalate Legion Gaminglogo std.pngEscalate Legion
≈Mar 2015≈2015-03-09Mar 20152015-03-15≈6d
ejel
NA
Renegadeslogo std.pngRenegades
Mar 20152015-03-09[14]Mar 20162016-03-03[13]1yr 25d
ejel
NA
Team Dragon Knightslogo std.pngTeam Dragon Knights
≈Mar 2015≈2015-03-13Apr 20152015-04-26≈1mo 13d
ejel
NA
Team Dragon Knightslogo std.pngTeam Dragon Knights
Feb 20162016-02-05May 20162016-05-23[15]3mo 18d
ejel
NA
Team EnVyUslogo std.pngTeam EnVyUs
May 20162016-05-26Nov 20172017-11-10[16]1yr 5mo
ejel
NA
Wildcard Gaminglogo std.pngWildcard Gaming Gold
Apr 20172017-04-14Apr 20172017-04-239dPickup Team
ejel
TeamStartEnd
Notes
EU
Dimegio ClubLogo std.pngDimegio Club
≈Oct 2010≈2010-10-??≈Nov 2010≈2010-11-??≈1mo
ejel
EU
Logo std.pngLiquicity
≈Jan 2011≈2011-01-??≈Mar 2011≈2011-03-??≈2mo
ejel
EU
MyRevengelogo std.pngmyRevenge
≈Mar 2011≈2011-03-??≈May 2011≈2011-05-??≈2mo
ejel
EU
Logo std.pngMTG (Russian Team)
≈Jul 2011≈2011-07-??≈Oct 2011≈2011-10-??[1]≈3mo
ejel
EU
Team Empirelogo std.pngTeam Empire
≈Oct 2011≈2011-10-??[2]≈Oct 2011≈2011-10-??≈14d
ejel
EU
Team Empirelogo std.pngTeam Empire
≈Oct 2011≈2011-10-??Dec 20112011-12-16[3]≈1mo 16d
ejel
EU
Moscow Fivelogo std.pngMoscow Five
Dec 20112011-12-16[3]Jan 20132013-01-10[4]1yr 25d
ejel
EU
GambitLogo std.pngGambit Gaming
Jan 20132013-01-13[7]May 20142014-05-03[6]1yr 3mo
ejel
EU
Ninjas in Pyjamaslogo std.pngNinjas in Pyjamas
May 20142014-05-08[8]Jul 20142014-07-08[17]2mo
ejel
EU
Ninjas in Pyjamaslogo std.pngNinjas in Pyjamas
Jul 20142014-07-08[17]≈Sep 2014≈2014-09-??≈1mo 28d
ejel
CIS
RoX (2014 CIS Team)logo std.pngRoX
Nov 20142014-11-19[9]Dec 20142014-12-281mo 9d
ejel
NA
Team 8logo std.pngTeam 8
Jan 20152015-01-12[11]Oct 20152015-10-07[10]8mo 26d
ejel
NA
BrawL eSportslogo std.pngBrawL.NA
Jan 20152015-01-13[12]≈Feb 2015≈2015-02-??≈26d
ejel
NA
Escalate Legion Gaminglogo std.pngEscalate Legion
≈Mar 2015≈2015-03-09Mar 20152015-03-15≈6d
ejel
NA
Misfits (North American Team)logo std.pngMisfits NA
Mar 20152015-03-09[14]Jun 20152015-06-193mo 10d
ejel
NA
Team Dragon Knightslogo std.pngTeam Dragon Knights
≈Mar 2015≈2015-03-13Apr 20152015-04-26≈1mo 13d
ejel
NA
Renegadeslogo std.pngRenegades
Jun 20152015-06-19Mar 20162016-03-03[13]8mo 14d
ejel
NA
Team Dragon Knightslogo std.pngTeam Dragon Knights
Feb 20162016-02-05Mar 20162016-03-03[18]27d
ejel
NA
Team Dragon Knightslogo std.pngTeam Dragon Knights
Mar 20162016-03-03[18]May 20162016-05-23[15]2mo 20d
ejel
NA
Team EnVyUslogo std.pngTeam EnVyUs
May 20162016-05-26Nov 20172017-11-10[16]1yr 5mo
ejel
NA
Wildcard Gaminglogo std.pngWildcard Gaming Gold
Apr 20172017-04-14Apr 20172017-04-239dPickup Team
ejel

News

  • 2010
  • 2011
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
EU
Dimegio ClubLogo std.pngDMGOctober (approx.),
Alex Ich joins.
EU
Dimegio ClubLogo std.pngDMGNovember (approx.),
Alex Ich leaves.
EU
Logo std.pngLIQUJanuary (approx.),
Alex Ich joins.
EU
Logo std.pngLIQUMarch (approx.),
Alex Ich leaves.
EU
MyRevengelogo std.pngmyRMarch (approx.),
Alex Ich joins.
EU
MyRevengelogo std.pngmyRMay (approx.),
Alex Ich leaves.
EU
Logo std.pngMTG July (approx.),
Darien,
Alex Ich,
Irugat,
Genja, and
Zulin join.
EU
Logo std.pngMTG October (approx.),
Darien,
Alex Ich,
Irugat,
Genja, and
Zulin leave.[1]
EU
Team Empirelogo std.pngEMPOctober (approx.),
Darien,
Alex Ich,
Irugat,
Genja, and
Zulin join.
[2]
EU
Team Empirelogo std.pngEMPOctober (approx.),
Alex Ich leaves.
EU
Team Empirelogo std.pngEMPOctober (approx.),
Diamondprox and
GoSu Pepper join.

Alex Ich rejoins.

Irugat and
Zulin leave.
EU
Team Empirelogo std.pngEMPDecember 16,
Darien,
Diamondprox,
Alex Ich,
Genja, and
GoSu Pepper leave.[3]
EU
Moscow Fivelogo std.pngM5December 16,
Darien,
Diamondprox,
Alex Ich,
Genja, and
GoSu Pepper join.
[3]
EU
Moscow Fivelogo std.pngM5January 10, Moscow Fivelogo std.pngMoscow Five is disbanded.
Darien,
Diamondprox,
Alex Ich,
Genja, and
GoSu Pepper leave.[4][5]
EU
GambitLogo std.pngGMBJanuary 13, GambitLogo std.pngGambit Gaming acquires the former Moscow Fivelogo std.pngMoscow Five roster.
Darien,
Diamondprox,
Alex Ich,
Genja, and
GoSu Pepper join.
[7]
EU
GambitLogo std.pngGMBMay 3,
Alex Ich leaves.[6]
EU
Ninjas in Pyjamaslogo std.pngNIPMay 8, Ninjas in Pyjamas reforms.
Alex Ich and
k0u join.

Nukeduck,
Freeze, and
Mithy rejoin.
[8]
EU
Ninjas in Pyjamaslogo std.pngNIPJuly 8,
Cabochard joins.
Alex Ich (Top to Mid) changes position.[17]
EU
Ninjas in Pyjamaslogo std.pngNIPSeptember (approx.), Previous roster disbands.
Cabochard,
ImSoFresh,
Alex Ich,
Jebus, and
Dioud leave.
CIS
RoX (2014 CIS Team)logo std.pngRoXNovember 19,
Alex Ich and
Raxxo join.

Ekka leaves.[9]
CIS
RoX (2014 CIS Team)logo std.pngRoXDecember 28,
Alex Ich leaves.
NA
Team 8logo std.pngT8January 12,
Alex Ich joins as substitute.
[11]
NA
BrawL eSportslogo std.pngBWLJanuary 13,
BrandonFtw,
ShorterACE,
Alex Ich,
LattmaN, and
Lohpally join.

Altrum joins as substitute.
[12]
NA
BrawL eSportslogo std.pngBWLFebruary (approx.), BrawL.NA is disbanded.
BrandonFtw,
Alex Ich,
LattmaN,
Lohpally, and
Altrum leave.
NA
Escalate Legion Gaminglogo std.pngELGMarch 9 (approx.),
Dardoch,
Beautiful Korean,
Pug,
Boltx, and
Hakuho join.

Alex Ich joins as substitute.
NA
Misfits (North American Team)logo std.pngMSFMarch 9, Misfits is formed.
Crumbzz,
Alex Ich, and
Remilia join.
[14]
NA
Team Dragon Knightslogo std.pngTDKMarch 13 (approx.),
RF Legendary and
Alex Ich join as substitutes.

Remilia rejoins as substitute.
NA
Escalate Legion Gaminglogo std.pngELGMarch 15,
Alex Ich leaves.
NA
Team Dragon Knightslogo std.pngTDKApril 26,
RF Legendary and
Alex Ich leave.
NA
Renegadeslogo std.pngRENJune 19, Misfits (North American Team)logo std.pngMisfits NA rebrands as Renegadeslogo std.pngRenegades.
NA
Team 8logo std.pngT8October 7, Team 8logo std.pngTeam 8 transfers its roster and NA LCS spot to Immortalslogo std.pngImmortals.
Porpoise,
goldenglue,
Nien,
Dodo8,
BrandonFtw,
CheeseBeluga,
Alex Ich,
Slooshi,
maplestreet, and HISTORY TEACHER (Head Coach) leave.[10]
NA
Team Dragon Knightslogo std.pngTDKFebruary 5,
Crumbz and
Thy join as substitutes.

Alex Ich rejoins as substitute.

moolchael leaves.
NA
Team Dragon Knightslogo std.pngTDKMarch 3,
Flaresz and
Trance join.

RF Legendary rejoins.

Seraph leaves after loan to Renegades ends.
Alex Ich moves to starting roster.
Ninja and
Crumbz leave.[18]
NA
Renegadeslogo std.pngRENMarch 3,
Ninja joins.

Seraph joins permanently after loan from Team Dragon Knights ends.
RF Legendary,
Alex Ich, and
Flaresz leave.[13]
NA
Team Dragon Knightslogo std.pngTDKMay 23, Team Dragon Knights transfers its NACS spot to Eanix and disbands.
Flaresz,
RF Legendary,
Kez,
Alex Ich,
Bischu,
Trance,
do it, and
Thy leave.[15]
NA
Team EnVyUslogo std.pngNVMay 26,
Alex Ich joins as substitute.
NA
Wildcard Gaminglogo std.pngWCGGApril 14,
Cris,
Saskio,
Alex Ich,
Prototype, and
Papa Chau join as a pick-up team for NACS 2017 Summer Open Qualifiers. The team will be considered disbanded at the tournament's conclusion on April 23.
NA
Wildcard Gaminglogo std.pngWCGGApril 23, Team is disbanded following the conclusion of NACS 2017 Summer Open Qualifiers.
Cris,
Saskio,
Alex Ich,
Prototype, and
Papa Chau leave.
NA
Team EnVyUslogo std.pngNVNovember 10,
Alex Ich leaves.[16]

Biography[edit]

Alexey "Alex Ich" Ichetovkin hails from Kamenka, Russia. He has been a part of the League of Legends scene since 2009.

Pre-Season 2[edit]

Alex Ich started dabbling in playing competitively in 2010, joining various teams, including Dimegio Club (who were later acquired by SK Gaming), Liquicity, myRevenge after their main lineup was picked up by Fnatic, and MTG, where he met future teammates Darien and Genja. Alex started making headway though in the scene when he joined Team Empire as their mid player in October 2011. They won the IEM Season VI Qualifiers and were invited to IEM Kiev; in the qualifier, in a game against SK Gaming, Empire became famous for a combination of area-of-effect ultimates including
Nunu
's Absolute Zero.[19]

Season 2[edit]

Alex and the rest of Team Empire - Darien, Diamondprox, Genja, and GoSuPepper (who would later rename to EDward) - were recruited by organization Moscow Five in December 2011. Their first major appearance was at IEM Kiev, where they made an international name for them selves by undefeated in group stage against Dignitas, against All authority, and Sypher and then beating SK Gaming and Team SoloMid to win the tournament; the only game they dropped in their entire tournament run was to TSM.[20][21]

After IEM, Moscow Five competed in the online Kings of Europe tournament. Again they had an undefeated group stage, though this time they lost to Counter Logic Gaming EU in the finals after a semi-final win over Team Sypher.[22][23]

Moscow Five's next tournament was the IEM World Championship in Hanover, which they also won, this time one-upping their IEM Kiev performance by going undefeated.[24] Later tournament results included second-place finishes in the online Corsair Vengeance Cup and offline at DreamHack Summer 2012, both of which were won by CLG.EU. They got their revenge at European Challenger Circuit: Poland, which they won with a 2-0 finals victory over CLG.EU.[25] At the Season Two Regional Finals, M5 qualified for the Season 2 World Championship with the top seed from Europe after defeating EloHell, Fnatic, and SK Gaming.[26]

At Worlds, Moscow Five were considered by many analysts to be the favorites to win the entire event.[27] Due to their regional final victory, the team had a group stage bye and then beat Invictus Gaming in the quarterfinals 2-0, with strong midgame play. However, after winning game 1 in the semifinals against Taipei Assassins, M5 dropped the series 1-2 and finished the tournament in 3rd-4th; TPA went on to win the entire event.

Pre-Season 3[edit]

After Worlds, Moscow Five placed fourth at the European tournament Tales of the Lane before flying to Shanghai to attend the TGA Winter 2012 event; they didn't participate in the tournament itself, but they played and won show matches against Team WE and Invictus Gaming and interacted with fans, hoping to boost their Chinese popularity.[28][29] Upon leaving China, the team flew to Las Vegas to attend IPL 5, where they placed fourth, once again eliminated from a tournament by the Taipei Assassins, this time in an 0-2 loss despite Alex Ich farming to a 538 creep score in the first game.

In January 2013, due to Moscow Five's CEO having been arrested in July of the previous year and leaving the organization with a lack of funding, the League of Legends roster was released.[30][31] Four days later, on January 14, the team joined Gambit Gaming.

The team's first event under the name Gambit Gaming was IEM Katowice, where they continued their history of strong finishes at IEM events and won, notably beating both Azubu Frost and Azubu Blaze in the bracket stage after advancing from the group stage due to a game-length-based tiebreaker. That victory also gave them a seed into the Season VII World Championship in Hanover.

Season 3[edit]

Moscow Five's Season 2 Worlds attendance granted the roster a seed into Riot's new professional league for Season 3, the European League of Legends Championship Series, despite the roster's organizational switch. They dominated the 10-week regular season with a 21-7 overall record and then finished second in the playoffs behind Fnatic. Partway through the season, they attended IEM Hanover, where they placed third after a semifinal loss to CJ Entus Frost. They also played at the 2013 MLG Winter Championship exhibition tournament, where they placed second.

After the end of the LCS Spring Split, Alex Ich was publicly voted to represent Europe at the All-Star tournament. Teammates Diamondprox, Genja, and Edward were also voted in by the region, but due to a rule requiring that only up to three members of a single team could be voted into the tournament, Yellowpete from Evil Geniuses replaced Genja; sOAZ from Fnatic was the top laner. The European team placed last out of the five regions' teams in attendance. In the 1v1 skill competition for mid lane, Alex Ich beat scarra and then lost to Misaya.

In the summer season of the LCS, Gambit finished in fourth place with a 15-13 record in the round robin and then in third place in the playoffs, which was sufficient to send them to Worlds. At Worlds, Gambit made it out of groups in second place with a 5-3 record after beating Samsung Ozone in a tie breaker; however, they were eliminated in the first round of the bracket by NaJin Black Sword.

2014 Season[edit]

Alex Ich remained with Gambit for the Spring Split, but after a fifth-place finish in the playoffs, he left, citing the need for the team to travel between Russia and Cologne on a weekly basis as being draining on his family life.

2015 Preseason[edit]

Alex Ich briefly joined RoX in November 2014, but he left shortly after.[32]

2015 Season[edit]

Alex Ich joined Team 8 as a substitute player in January, moving to North America. Following that, he joined BrawL's North American roster with the rest of the then Challenger team We Love Shakira. [33] However, he didn't arrive to the United States in time for the first round of the NACS 2015 Spring Qualifier, and BrawL lost to Darkness and were eliminated from the tournament.

Alex Ich later formed a Challenger team called Misfits, along with crumbzz and Remilia. RF Legendary and Intense later joined after a tryout.[34] Misfits won the AlphaDraft Challenger League and then participated in was the NACS Summer Qualifier, where they dropped only one game in their three series to qualify for the Summer Season. After qualifying, Misfits rebranded as Renegades.

Additionally, Alex Ich substituted for Team Dragon Knights on two separate occasions in the spring: first, in week 5 of the NACS Spring Season, and later to help them qualify for the LCS Summer Split with a 3-1 victory over Winterfox in the summer promotion tournament.

Alex Ich returned to Renegades for the Challenger Series regular season, and they finished the round robin with an 8-2 record and in second place, after losing a tiebreaker to Team Coast. However, in the playoffs, they defeated Imagine 2-1 and then Coast 3-2, sending them directly to the 2016 NA LCS Spring Season.

2016 Season[edit]

Renegades was faced with significant roster instability in the spring season, as first AD carry Freeze was unable to play for three games early on in the split, and then Remilia stepped down one game after his return. RF Legendary was also replaced by Flaresz for three games later on. In week 7, Team Dragon Knights's top laner Seraph was loaned to Renegades as a substitute, and the team snapped their 12-game losing streak. Going into the eighth week, Renegades and TDK traded several players, with Seraph and Ninja joining Renegades as top and mid laner, respectively, while RF Legendary, Flaresz, and Alex Ich departed in time for the NACS Spring Playoffs.

After a first-round victory over Ember, TDK lost to Apex Gaming in the NACS finals, netting themselves the bottom seed into the Summer Promotion Tournament. The team first swept Team Dignitas but then lost to Alex Ich's former team Renegades and to Apex Gaming once again, falling short of the LCS.

On May 8, 2016, Riot released a competitive ruling stating that they had investigated the relationship between TDK and Renegades and found an inappropriate link between the two organizations, with the March roster trade and the sources of financial compensation to the players after the trade being one of the major problems. As a result of their findings, Riot ruled that TDK would be banned permanently from Riot-sponsored league play, and Chris Shim and Sean Shim would individually be indefinitely banned from serving in official capacity to an organization involved in official Riot league play.[35] Alex Ich left the team and joined Team EnVyUs as a substitute mid laner for the summer split but did not start in any games for them.

2017 Season[edit]

Alex Ich remained with EnVy as a substitute for the 2017 season and was unexpectedly pressed into service for Week 1 of the spring split, as visa issues for starting jungler Lira had forced the team to use mid laner Ninja as a jungler for the first week. EnVy lost all four games that Alex Ich played in, and although he remained with the team for the rest of 2017, he was not called upon again. Aside from a brief stint playing in the summer challenger series qualifiers, this was Alex Ich's last competitive experience, and he eventually announced his retirement to become a streamer.

Trivia[edit]

  • The name "Alex Ich" is derived from his real name, Alexey Ichetovkin.
  • Despite living in Russia, he was never a CIS resident officially because by the time residency rules were introduced he declared European residency.
  • Considered
    Kassadin
    and
    Olaf
    to be his favorite champions in early 2011.
  • Was a toplaner and a jungler all the time until Diamondprox and Edward joined Empire the week before IEM Kiev qualification.
  • Known for playing certain champions in unconventional lanes, e.g. mid lane
    Malphite
    or
    Tryndamere
    and a preference for tanky and farm-heavy mages like
    Mordekaiser
    ,
    Ryze
    or
    Galio
    .
  • With a whopping creep score of 325 in the DreamHack 2012 Qualifier game against Sypher, Alex held the unofficial record for most minions slain in the first 25 minutes of a high level competitive match using
    Galio
    , which was broken by Froggen in the Season 2 championship vs SAJ who had 330 minions at the 25 minute mark.
  • One of the few married League of Legends professional players. [36]
  • His favorite champion is
    Ryze
    . [37]
  • Known for playing unusual midlane champions in competitive play such as AP
    Master Yi
    and
    Zilean
    .
  • As of February 7, 2013 he became a father.[38] His son is named Dmitry (Not Ryze).[39]
  • Known for playing AD assassins such as
    Kha'Zix
    and
    Zed
    during season 3.
  • Platinum (almost Diamond) Starcraft II player.
  • Played jungle for team MTG before Irugat, who was the midlaner for that team left MTG due to misscommunication with Alex and other teammates.
  • Is respected by the Korean community for being able to play well while being married and also for being a hard worker.

Pentakills

DateRegionTournamentTeamVsChampionPosW/LKDASBVOD
2013-04-06
EU
Europe
EU LCS 2013 SpringGambitLogo std.pngEglogo std.png
Kha'Zix
MidW13/0/6LinkLink
2012-11-29
INT
International
IPL 5Moscow Fivelogo std.pngTeam Curselogo std.png
Master Yi
MidW12/1/3LinkLink
Click here for a full list of pentakills by all players.

Tournament Results[edit]

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Minimum place

Alex Ich Tournament Results
DatePlEventLast ResultRoster
2018-08-241 Return of the Legends 2018
3 - 2Team East (Return of the Legends)logo std.pngEast
Team West (Return of the Legends)logo std.pngWest Dyrus,  Alex Ich,  Hai,  Tabzz,  LemonNation
2017-04-23NQ NACS 2017 Summer Open Qualifiers
1 : 2Logo std.pngLOYA
Wildcard Gaminglogo std.pngWCGG Cris,  Saskio,  Alex Ich,  Prototype,  Papa Chau
2017-03-2610 NA LCS 2017 Spring
3 - 15Blanklogo std.pngRR
Team EnVyUslogo std.pngNV Seraph,  Ninja,  LirA,  AlexIch,  Apollo,  Hakuho,  Dylan
2016-04-08NQ NA LCS 2016 Summer Promotion
0 : 3Apexlogo std 2.pngAPX
Team Dragon Knightslogo std.pngTDK Flaresz,  RF Legendary,  Kez,  Alex Ich,  Ohq,  Trance,  Bischu,  TriS
2016-03-208 NA LCS 2016 Spring
5 - 13Blanklogo std.pngRR
Renegadeslogo std.pngREN RF Legendary,  Flaresz,  Seraph,  Crumbz,  AlexIch,  Ninja,  Freeze,  LOD,  Ohq,  Remi,  Hakuho,  Hermes
2016-03-162 NACS 2016 Spring Playoffs
1 : 3Apexlogo std 2.pngAPX
Team Dragon Knightslogo std.pngTDK Flaresz,  Kez,  Alex Ich,  Ohq,  Trance,  Miracle
2015-08-121 NACS 2015 Summer Playoffs
3 : 2Team Coastlogo std.pngCST
Renegadeslogo std.pngREN RF,  Crumbz,  Alex Ich,  Maplestreet,  Remilia,  Hermes
2015-07-222 NACS 2015 Summer
8 - 2Blanklogo std.pngRR
Renegadeslogo std.pngREN RF,  Crumbz,  Alex Ich,  Maplestreet,  Jebus,  Remilia
2015-06-16Q NACS 2015 Summer Qualifier
2 : 0Magneticlogo std.pngIMG
Misfits (North American Team)logo std.pngMSF RF,  Crumbz,  Alex Ich,  Maplestreet,  Nien,  Remilia
2015-05-151 AlphaDraft Challenger League
3 : 2Frank Fang Gaminglogo std.pngFFG
Misfits (North American Team)logo std.pngMSF RF Legendary,  Crumbzz,  Alex Ich,  Intense,  Stixxay,  Remilia

Media[edit]

  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016

Post-Match Interviews

DateTournamentMatchLink
2013-04-21EU LCS 2013 Spring
GambitLogo std.pngGMB
vs
Aaalogo std.pngaAa
Link
2013-04-19EU LCS 2013 Spring
GambitLogo std.pngGMB
vs
Giants Gaminglogo std.pngGIA
Link
2013-04-13EU LCS 2013 Spring
GambitLogo std.pngGMB
vs
Dragonbornlogo std.pngDB
Link
2013-04-07EU LCS 2013 Spring
CHWLogo std.pngCW
vs
GambitLogo std.pngGMB
Link
2013-03-31EU LCS 2013 Spring
SK Gaminglogo std.pngSK
vs
GambitLogo std.pngGMB
Link
2013-03-24EU LCS 2013 Spring
Dragonbornlogo std.pngDB
vs
GambitLogo std.pngGMB
Link
2013-03-23EU LCS 2013 Spring
GambitLogo std.pngGMB
vs
SK Gaminglogo std.pngSK
Link
2013-03-03EU LCS 2013 Spring
SK Gaminglogo std.pngSK
vs
GambitLogo std.pngGMB
Link
2013-03-01EU LCS 2013 Spring
GambitLogo std.pngGMB
vs
Dragonbornlogo std.pngDB
Link
2013-02-17EU LCS 2013 Spring
GambitLogo std.pngGMB
vs
CHWLogo std.pngCW
Link
2013-02-16EU LCS 2013 Spring
Aaalogo std.pngaAa
vs
GambitLogo std.pngGMB
Link
2013-02-10EU LCS 2013 Spring
GambitLogo std.pngGMB
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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 End of an Era for Russian LoL Royalty aceresport.com
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 End of an Era for Russian LoL Royalty aceresport.com
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Объявлен состав M5.LoL (Russian) moscowfive.ru
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 LoL roster leaves Moscow Five moscowfive.ru
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Состав по LoL покидает организацию Moscow Five (Russian) moscowfive.ru
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Gambit parts ways with Alex Ich gambit-gaming.com
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Gambit Gaming: New Home For Alex Ich & Co. in2lol.com
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 NiP announces the new LoL lineup nip.gl
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 RoX.KIS снова готовы к бою! (Russian) goodgame.ru
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 Immortals's Tweet twitter.com
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 Alex Ich Joins Team 8 As Sub team-8.net
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 Alex Ich to Start for BrawL North America content.azubu.tv
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 In trade with TDK, Renegades swap Flaresz, Alex Ich, and Trance for Ninja and Seraph dailydot.com
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 Alex Ich & Crumbzz to form Challenger team thescoreesports.com
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 Eanix acquires Team Dragon Knights' NACS spot thescoreesports.com
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 Alex Ich's Tweet twitter.com
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 NiP sings Lucas "Cabochard" Simon=Meslet nip.gl
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 In trade with TDK, Renegades swap Flaresz, Alex Ich, and Trance for Ninja and Seraph dailydot.com
  19. League of Legends ~ #03 - Empire's Epic Combo Vs. SK Gaming youtube.com
  20. IEM Kiev 2012 Group Stage Results esl-world.net
  21. IEM Kiev 2012 Playoff Results esl-world.net
  22. Kings of Europe 2012 Group A Results fnatic.com
  23. Kings of Europe 2012 Playoff Results fnatic.com
  24. IEM Hannover 2012 Playoff Results esl-world.net
  25. ECC:Poland 2012 Results tournaments.leagueoflegends.com
  26. IEM Gamescom 2012 Results esl.tv
  27. ggChronicle Power Rankings ggchronicle.com
  28. M5.BenQ's World Tour moscowfive.ru
  29. M5中国表演赛前训练视频:用中文向大家问好 (Chinese) lol.uuu9.co
  30. Moscow Five Releases League of Legends Team English moscowfive.ru
  31. Moscow Five Releases League of Legends Team Russian moscowfive.ru
  32. Alex Ich's Facebook Post facebook.com
  33. Alex Ich joins BrawL content.azubu.tv
  34. Alex Ich & Crumbzz to form Challenger team - ' 'thescoreesports.com' '
  35. Competitive Ruling: Renegades and TDK lolesports.com
  36. Congratulations to Alex Ich on getting married! reddit.com
  37. Pro Player Pick: Alex Ich Picks Ryze youtube.com
  38. Alex Ich Facebook Post facebook.com
  39. Alex Ich Facebook Post facebook.com