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INTZ e-Sports

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INTZ e-Sports
INTZ logo.png
TEAM INFORMATION
LOCATION: Brazil Brazil
TEAM STAFF
COACHES: Peter "Peter" Dun
MANAGERS: Vinícius Dutra
TEAM CAPTAIN: Micael "micaO" Rodrigues
SPONSORS/PARTNERS
NVIDIA Logitech G Twitch
SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
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HISTORY
CREATED: 2014-06-20


INTZ e-Sports is a Brazilian multigaming organization that has 3 League of Legends teams: INTZ e-Sports, INTZ Red and INTZ Blue. INTZ e-Sports also fields rosters in Smite, Dota2, FIFA, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

History

INTZ e-Sports was founded in June 2014 and its gaming penthouse is located in São Paulo City, São Paulo. The League of Legends team was formed by acquiring Out of Position, after the Team UNITED disband.

On July 18th, 2015, INTZ e-Sports broke the record for the number of consecutive victories (14 in a row) in CBLoL.

During 2016 Season INTZ e-Sports finished both CBLoL Splits in the second place in the standings, however both times they came to playoffs stronger winning both Spring and Summer Splits. First victory earned them a spot at the International Wild Card Invitational tournament where team made it out of the group stage, but lost 0-3 to Hard Random in semifinals. However, the second victory gave INTZ e-Sports a shot at International Wildcard Qualifiers where after finishing 2nd in group team proceeded to win the Qualifier beating Dark Passage 3-2 and earning their spot at 2016 World Championship where together with Albus NoX Luna they will represent Wild Card regions of Brazil and CIS respectively.

Timeline

  • April 5th, Shini joins as Substitute Jungler.[1]
  • May 22, Team for CBLoL 2017 stage 2[2]
  • September 6th, Head Coach Peter Dun leaves.[3]
  • September 16th, Cake1 leaves.[4]
  • October 10th, micaO and Jockster leave.[5]

Player Roster

ID Name
Top Laner Brazil Ayel Marcelo Mello
Jungler Brazil Turtle Gabriel Peixoto
Jungler Brazil Shini Diogo Moreira
Mid Laner Brazil Envy Bruno Farias

ID Name
Sub Top Laner Brazil Daniels Daniel Marcon

ID Name Role Next Team
AD Carry Brazil micaO Micael Rodrigues
None
Support Brazil Jockster Luan Cardoso
None
AD Carry Brazil sNk Luan Almeida
None
Top Laner Brazil Vert Álvaro Neto
Team oNe eSports
Mid Laner Brazil Marf João Piola
Team oNe eSports
Top Laner Brazil Goro Diego Arruda
None
Jungler Brazil Knoxi Denys Campos
None
Mid Laner Brazil AlexKiD Alexandre Magalhães
None
AD Carry Brazil Mizuki Pedro Enrique
None
Support Brazil Sheldon Lucas Schumann
None
Mid Laner Brazil Tockers Gabriel Claumann
RED Canids
Top Laner Brazil Yang Felipe Zhao
Keyd Stars
Jungler Brazil Revolta Gabriel Henud
Keyd Stars
Support Brazil Espeon Martin Gonçalves Retired.png Retired
AD Carry Brazil sNk Luan Almeida
None
Support Brazil Loop Caio Almeida
paiN Gaming
Spain Araneae Alvar Martin
Origen
Jungler Brazil Djokovic Thiago Maia
CNB e-Sports Club
Support Brazil Alocs Leonardo Belo
g3nerationX

Organization

ID Name Position
Brazil Claudio Godoi Mind Coach
Brazil Vinicius Dutra Manager/Coach

ID Name Position Next Team
Brazil Cake1 Caique Henriques Executive Director
Keyd Stars
China Peter Peter Dun Head Coach
None
United Kingdom Veteran Michael Archer Analyst
None
USA Abaxial Alexander Haibel Coach
RED Canids
Brazil Professor Matheus Leirião Coach
Team Enigma
Portugal Shakarez Renato Perdigão Analyst
None
Brazil Jay Jullian Pablo Art Director
None
Brazil Dino Bruno Augusto Video Producer
None

Team Achievements

2017 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2017-08-19 CBLoL.png 3 - 4th CBLoL 2017 Stage 2 Playoffs 1 : 3
paiN Gaming
25,000 BRL
2017-07-23 CBLoL.png 1st CBLoL 2017 Stage 2 5-1-1 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-D-L)
2017-03-25 CBLoL.png 3 - 4th CBLoL 2017 Stage 1 Playoffs 1 : 3
Keyd Stars
25,000 BRL
2017-03-12 CBLoL.png 1st CBLoL 2017 Stage 1 5-1-1 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-D-L)

2016 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2016-11-19 Esltumbnail.png 5 - 6th IEM XI Oakland 0 : 2
Unicorns of Love
5,000 USD
2016-10-28 Esltumbnail.png Q IEM XI Oakland Qualifiers 2 : 1
Chiefs eSports
2016-10-07 Worlds Logosmall.png 13 - 16th 2016 World Championship 1 - 5 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L) 83,750 USD
2016-09-03 Worlds Logosmall.png Q 2016 International Wildcard Qualifiers 3 - 2
Dark Passage
2016-07-09 CBLoL.png 1st CBLoL 2016 Stage 2 Playoffs 3 : 1
CNB e-Sports Club
15,000 BRL
2016-06-19 CBLoL.png 2nd CBLoL 2016 Stage 2 3-4-0 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)
2016-04-20 2016IWCI.png 3 - 4th 2016 International Wild Card Invitational 0 : 3
Hard Random
2016-04-02 CBLoL.png 1st CBLoL 2016 Stage 1 Playoffs 3 : 0
Keyd Stars
15,000 BRL
2016-02-28 CBLoL.png 2nd CBLoL 2016 Stage 1 3-4-0 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)

2015 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2015-11-15 CBLoL.png 1st CBLoL Post Season 2015 3 : 0
KaBuM! Orange
60,000 BRL
2015-10-18 1st Xtreme League #5 2 : 0
INTZ Red
5,000 BRL
2015-09-07 1st Brasil Mega Arena - São Paulo 2 : 1
Keyd Stars
4,500 BRL
2015-08-08 CBLoL.png 2nd 2015 CBLoL Second Split 0 : 3
paiN Gaming
43,895 BRL
2015-05-02 1st XMA Mega Arena 2015 - São Paulo 2 : 1
paiN Gaming
15,000 BRL
2015-04-25 2015IWCI.png 2nd 2015 International Wild Card Invitational 1 : 3
Beşiktaş e-Sports
50,000 BRL
2015-04-18 CBLoL.png 1st 2015 CBLoL First Split 3 : 0
Keyd Stars
60,000 BRL

2014 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2014-12-05 2nd Arena GO4GOLD 1 : 2
Keyd Stars
2014-11-30 1st Circuito Game 7 2 : 0
KaBuM! Black
8,000 BRL

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