Hellions e-Sports Club
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Hellions eSports was an Australian team.
Hellions eSports was announced in November 2015 as the new brand of Team Immunity after Immunity was banned from the OPL for not paying their players. The spot in the 2016 OPL Split 1 was given to the roster itself, and the players chose to form a new team instead of joining an already-existing organization. The initial roster announced included Ryoo, Frae, and tgun from Immunity, with Frae switching roles from mid lane to AD carry. Koreans Cookie and Bomb rounded out their lineup.
- January 11, tgun leaves.
- January 12, Denian joins.
- May 16, Impaired and Luna join. Cookie becomes a sub. Denian leaves.
- June 26, Bay joins as a coach.
- August 22, Vengeance and Squidgy join. Frae moves to mid. Impaired and Bomb move to sub.
- August 24, Squidgy leaves.
- September 1, Bay leaves coaching role.
- October (approx.), Vengeance and Luna leave.
- December 23, Frae leaves.
|Ryoo||Ryoo Tae-hyung (류태형)||Top Laner||None|
|Cookie||Choi Byeong-kook (최병국)||Sub/Jun||None|
|Bomb||Park Beom (박범)||Sub/Mid||None|
|Frae||Leon Lee||Mid Laner||Abyss Esports|
|Squidgy||Alex Trott||Bot Laner||Sin Gaming|
|Denian||James Goddard||Support||Legacy Genesis|
|tgun||Bradley Seymour||Support||Abyss Esports Red|
|LaNar||Michael Choo (추소원)||Owner/General Manager||None|
|Bay||Baillie Ross||Head Coach||Big Gods Jackals|
|Noble||Lim Dong-hyun (임동현)||Analyst||None|
|Sleep4Shady||Kevin Kocik||Head Coach||None|
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|Hellions e-Sports Club Tournament Results - Show Prize as (Local • USD • Euros)|
OPL 2017 Split 1 Promotion
0 : 3x5
OPL 2016 Split 2
0 - 10RR
OPL 2016 Split 1
3 - 7RR
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