|Org Location|| Greece|
|Owner(s)||Christoforos "Warrior Lady" Kleiotis|
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Different Dimension is a Greek team. They were founded in early Season 1 by Warrior Lady and eventually became the most popular and historically successful Greek organization.
Different Dimension rose to prominence in 2014. They defeated the then-strongest Greek team Test Your Limits in the final of the inSpot qualifier for Riot Greek Legends 2014, earning their place in the LAN event. There, they won all their games, eventually beating Void Gaming in the final and earning the biggest prize money of their history so far, € 6,000. In November, they participated in the EU LCS 2015 Spring Expansion tournament after qualifying through the EUNE Ranked 5s ladder. They performed better than expected and were just one series away from qualifying to the LAN stage after winning against ThunderBot SPARTA, but lost to Reason Gaming. They also reached the finals of the ESL South East Europe Championship 2014, losing to Worlds 2014 participants Dark Passage.
They had further success in 2015. Early in the year, they qualified to the EUCS 2015 Spring Qualifier through the EUNE Ranked 5s ladder, defeating Fnatic Academy but losing the decisive qualification match to LowLandLions.White. They were the only EUNE team to win a match in the tournament. They also won Season 1 and Season 2 of the ESL South East Europe Championship, at the time the strongest Balkan tournament, defeating Void Gaming in the final both times. They also won against Void in the eSports.gr 2015 LAN tournament final, but lost to them in the eGaming 2015 LAN tournament final.
A decline began to occur in 2016, as Different Dimension lost their spot as the best team in Greece to Elysium Gaming (who would soon rebrand to Greek Regenesis). They failed to qualify for Season 3 and Season 4 of the ESL South East Europe Championship and also placed second in the 2016 Thessaloniki Invitional and eGaming 2016. Despite those setbacks, they did manage to win two notable LAN tournaments: Fight For Your Food 2016 and Digital Universe #3.
The decline intensified in 2017. With a brand new roster consisting of Warrior Lady and four foreigners, Different Dimension produced a performance weaker than expected in Season 1 of the League of Legends Greek Championship, finishing 3rd in the regular season and 4th in the playoffs. Moo, having been manager for 2 years, departed shortly afterwards. A new roster featuring the return of Worlds 2016 semi-finalist FORG1VEN managed to win Season 5 of the ESL South East Europe Championship but failed to impress in LGC Season 2, finishing 4th in the regular season and once again 4th in the playoffs. The team went into inactivity and did not participate in Greek summer tournaments, but returned for LGC Season 3. Bliss joined as manager and the new roster featured the first-ever Korean import in Greece, piXy. After a terrible start left Different Dimension with a 1 - 5 record in LGC and a failed qualification attempt for the ESL SEEC 6 LAN, Bliss left and the roster broke up. A temporary roster failed to produce any results, and two more defeats later, the team was in last place and threatened by automatic relegation. Long-time assistant manager Rigas took over as team manager, while newcomers Nik and Nero joined the staff team as general manager and analyst respectively, and a new roster was established. They managed to avoid automatic relegation, finishing 7th and qualifying for next season's playouts.
After LGC Season 3, the roster disbanded, with only team manager Rigas, mid player Ashcrow, and support player Immortal staying. Coach Kidara was brought in and the team focused on qualifying for the GameAthlon 5 LAN. With Ashcrow leaving after the next qualifying tournament and no position other than Support being steady, the team swapped a lot of players but eventually managed to secure enough qualifying points. They announced their roster for the tournament on May 28th, which among others included former DD player Dest1ny. They finished in the Top 4, beating Void Gaming in the first round and later losing to WLGaming.
- January 6, Delitto, Dom1nant, Paris, Bananitoo, and Raxxo join.
- January 21, Delitto, Dom1nant, Paris, Bananitoo, and Raxxo leave.
- January 18, Warrior Lady is no longer a player. Lelenaga, Gagai, piXy, Bananitoo, and Naimiria leave. Nik leaves managerial role.
- January (approx.), Utama leaves coaching role.
- February (approx.), Nerko joins. Kidara joins as head coach.
- February 19, Ashcrow leaves.
- April 30, Nerko leaves.
- May 28, new roster announced for GameAthlon 5. Ice Breaker, Dest1ny, Fearless, MrWilson join. Lepo joins as a sub. Lucifer joins as an analyst.
- June 4, Ice Breaker, Dest1ny, Fearless, MrWilson, Immortal, and Lepo leave. Lucifer leaves analyst role.
- June 20, King Legent, Merciless, Gjergsen God, Ardenein, and iPsofa join.
- June 22, King Legent, Merciless, Gjergsen God, Ardenein, and iPsofa leave. Kidara leaves coaching role. Rigas leaves managerial role.
- March (approx.), roster disbands. KonDziSan, Deathrip, Monk, and Anthrax leave.
- March 3, Moo leaves managerial role.
- March 31, Dest1ny, Pretty, FORG1VEN, and Immortal join.
- June 7, Pretty leaves.
- June 24, Supportive Lion joins. Immortal leaves.
- November 2, new roster is announced. piXy, Sveronis, Bananitoo, and Naimiria join. Bliss joins as manager and coach.
- December 21, new roster is announced. Lelenaga, Ashcrow, Gagai, and Immortal join. Nik joins as general manager. Nero joins as an analyst. Rigas moves to team manager. Sveronis leaves. Bliss leaves managerial role.
- January 16, WildPanda leaves.
- June (approx.), Rigas moves to assistant manager.
- September (approx.), KayS, Sparks, Mirracolo, and HungryPanda leave.
- October (approx.), KonDziSan, Deathrip, Monkkk, and Anthrax join.
- January 1, CidRaynes joins as AD carry, Dom1nant moves from AD carry to mid lane, and Magebane leaves.
- February (approx.), CidRaynes leaves. Gagai rejoins.
- February 6, HeaveN join as AD carry.
- February 28, Gagai leaves.
- March (approx.), AnOnPsyCkO leaves.
- March 29, DyNâMiTè joins.
- April (approx.), k0u joins.
- May (approx.), LeLeNaGa joins.
- June (approx.), Rigas joins as social media assistant.
- July (approx.), K0u leaves.
- August (approx.), LeLeNaGa, Dom1nant, and HeaveN leave.
- August 4, Dest1ny , Pretty, and DoNJ10 join.
- October 17, Wysek joins.
- November (approx.), Pretty leaves. Rigas moves to analyst role.
||Founder & Owner
||Manager & Coach
||Kristoffer Renè Odland
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|Different Dimension Tournament Results - Show Prize as (Local • USD • Euros)|
|2019-01-20||1||€ 1,500|| GameAthlon 2019 Winter|
|2019-01-12||Q|| GameAthlon 2019 Winter Closed Qualifier|
|2018-06-22||NQ|| LGC Season 4 Qualification|
|2018-06-03||3 - 4||€ 500|| GameAthlon 5|
|2018-01-27||6 - 7|| ESL SEE Championship Season 6|
|2018-01-17||7||€ 500|| 2017 LGC Season 3|3 - 11RR
|2017-07-07||4||€ 600|| LGC Season 2 Playoffs|
|2017-06-25||1||€ 2,500|| ESL SEE Championship Season 5|
|2017-06-18||4|| LGC Season 2|10 - 4RR
|2017-05-01||NQ|| 2017 EUCS Summer Qualifiers Open Qualifier|
|Total Prize: EUR 5,600|
Additional Video Content
GameAthlon 5 full squad. Left to right: Lepo, Ice Breaker, MrWilson, Rigas, Fearless, Dest1ny, Lucifer, Kidara, Immortal