ISC Pro Team
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|ISC Pro Team|
|Owner||Justin "Popi" Banusing|
|Head Coach||Anton "Lunic" Naranjo & Peter "Zoraion" Tingson|
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ISC Pro Team is a Filipino team based in Iloilo City. It serves as the pro team division of ISC Events and Media, a production firm located in the same city. The team was founded with the notion of developing talents from the campus scene and remains a full-student team to this day.
Following the final season of the Philippine Pro Gaming Series in May, ISC Events hosted a region-wide try-out in Western Visayas to find new talents for its affiliate team Acclaim EmpireX and a developmental team for itself. It was able to come up with two groups of players from the campus esports scene, namely ISC Academy Alpha and ISC Academy Zen -- the former of which placed 5th in its inaugural tournament, the Bacchus Nexus Cup.
Come July 2018, the advent of the SEA Tour Summer qualifiers saw Kanji and Harder being transferred to Acclaim EmpireX, Meng traded to Emperor Esports, and Assumptio and Domengsu forming Team Vendetta. The remaining players were merged into one team. Unfortunately, both ISC Pro Team and Acclaim EmpireX were unable to make it to the SEA Tour finals and went on an indefinite hiatus. During this time period, Farmville and Ane retired.
October 2018 marked the rebirth of the ISC Pro Team with the return of Kanji and the additions of former Acclaim EmpireX top laner Marsh and campus esports veterans Sayonara and Arisen. This iteration of the roster would go on to finish 4th in the Philippine Pro Gaming League 2018 Season 3, and is currently ranked among the best in the country.
- April 13, ISC Academy Alpha is formed. Kanji, Ane, Domengsu, Meng, Wei, and Assumptio join.
- April 13, ISC Academy Zen is formed. Aimed, Chotte, Farmville, Dani, and Harder join.
- May 13, ISC Academy Alpha finishes 5th at Bacchus Nexus Cup.
- May 22, Kaoru joins. Kanji and Harder leave.
- May 23, Assumptio and Domengsu leave. Wei retires.
- May 24, Meng leaves.
- July 13, the team goes on indefinite hiatus after failing to qualify for the SEA Tour Finals.
- July 14, Chotte leaves. Ane and Farmville retire.
- October 7, team reforms. Veyn, Sayonara, Dani, Aimed, and Kaoru join.
- October 13, the team qualifies for the Philippine Pro Gaming League 2018 Season 3.
- October 14, Marsh joins. Kanji rejoins. Lunic joins as a coach.
- November 18, the team finishes 4th in the Philippine Pro Gaming League 2018 Season 3 finals.
- December 1, Kaoru leaves. Veyn retires.
|Marsh||Jerome Martin||Top Laner||Bren Esports|
|Sayonara||Leomar Sayo||Jungler||Bren Esports|
|Kanji||Ren Motomitsu||Mid Laner||Bren Esports|
|Dani||Philex Bulanadi||Bot Laner||Bren Esports|
|Aimed||Jaythher Sorongon||Support||Bren Esports|
|Arisen||Miguel Pison||Sub/Top||Bren Esports|
|Kaoru||Nikko Wei Neo||Support/Mid||Ruyal Esports|
|Chotte||Leonard Lopez||Mid Laner||Acclaim EmpireX|
|Veyn||Joven Buenavides||Top Laner||Retired|
|Ane||Avelino Ane||Top Laner||Retired|
|Harder||Joshua Harder||Top Laner||Acclaim EmpireX|
|Kanji||Ren Motomitsu||Mid Laner||Acclaim EmpireX|
|Domengsu||Domino Magbanua||Jungler||Team Vendetta|
|Wei||Patrick Aurelio||Bot Laner||Retired|
|Assumptio||Ulysses Jubalag||Top Laner||Team Vendetta|
|Meng||Romeo Benedicto||Jungler||Emperor Esports|
|Lunic||Anton Naranjo||Head Coach||Bren Esports|
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|ISC Pro Team Tournament Results - Show Prize as (Local • USD • Euros)|
LST 2019 Spring Philippines National Qualifier
1 - 5RR
PPGL 2019 Season 1 Qualifier 4
W : FFC2 S
PPGL 2019 Season 1 Qualifier 3
0 : 1LDR
PPGL 2018 Season 3
1 : 2IPT
|2018-05-26||5 - 6||Bacchus Nexus Cup|
|Total Prize:USD 0 • PHP 25,000|
- October 17, The Current State of the LoL Capital of the Philippines by Maouie Reyes on Mineski.net
- November 17, ISC Events Pro Team: “We Will Do Our Best to Represent Iloilo” by Maouie Reyes on Mineski.net
- Bren Esports' Facebook Post facebook.com