Legacy Esports is an Australian League of Legends organization currently competing in the Oceanic Pro League (OPL).
Legacy Esports was formed from the line-up of Avant Garde Ascension after they won Oceanic Regional Tournament 2014 Winter.
Having fallen short of the international stage numerous times since then, Legacy decided to make the first change to their roster in a while. On December 28, 2015, Minkywhale steps down from the roster to become the Head Coach as Legacy transitions into their first gaming house experience. Tally moves from AD to Top as k1ng, formerly of Dire Wolves, replaces him in bot lane.
On May 29, 2016, Legacy announces a trade with Dire Wolves regarding their support players. Cuden comes over to become the starting support for Legacy, while Regret9 replaces him on Dire Wolves.
At the end of 2016 k1ng went back to Dire Wolves and Legacy dropped Cuden, picking up new comers Lost and Cupcake, and returning to the family Claire from a stint in the Japanese Challenger League.
In May of 2017 Legacy Esports announced a deal that it had been wholly acquired by The Adelaide Football Club. No changes in the Legacy branding is anticipated..
With the retirement of long term Captain Carbon, and the acquisition of Lost to Echo Fox Academy, Legacy saw an 80% roster turnover with only Claire staying on for 2018.
In 2019 with many new entrants to the league, saw Legacy take on a much less experienced roster, to little success. 2020 saw Legacy invest heavily into a star studded roster that saw long time apprentice, but never main roster, Babip return after several years in other teams, joined by Raes, Topoon and debutante Isles. Scouted from Korean SoloQ EMENES was replaced due to interpersonal issues and prodigal son Tally returned in a new role in Mid Lane.
- January 30, Cardrid (Bot to Top) and Tallywhacka (Top to Bot) change positions.
- March 18, Minkywhale moves to starting roster. Cardrid moves to substitute.
- April 29, Gallex (Coach/Analyst) joins.
- May 1, EGym leaves.
- May 4, flyingJoo joins.
- May 7, Claire joins as substitute.
- May 31, Malaz (Analyst) and Maxxy (Analyst) join. Gallex (Coach/Analyst to Head Coach) changes position.
- June 17, Cardrid leaves.
- September 1, Gallex (Head Coach to Analyst) changes position.
- October 3, Claire leaves.
- October 17, Maxxy (Analyst) leaves.
- November 4, Gallex (Analyst) leaves.
- December 28, yb joins. Tallywhacka (Bot to Top) and Minkywhale (Top to Coach) change positions.
- January (approx.), Straawbella joins.
- March 31, k1ng is suspended for five games.
- April 3, Cardrid joins as temporary substitute for OPL 2016 Split 1 Playoffs, replacing k1ng.
- May 13, Straawbella leaves.
- May 24, Minkywhale (Coach to Support) changes position.
- May 29, Cuden joins. Regret9 leaves.
- June 6, Minkywhale subs in as a top laner due to injury to Tally.
- November 23, Cuden leaves.
- November 25, Tally and ChuChuZ leave.
- November 28, k1ng leaves.
- December (approx.), Blindturkey (Analyst) joins.
- January (approx.), Babip joins as substitute.
- January 10, Lost and Cupcake join. Tally and Claire rejoin.
- March 7, ChuChuZ rejoins.
- June 5, ChuChuZ (Media and Content Manager) is added to the official roster as substitute.
- June (approx.), Legacy eSports rebrands to Legacy Esports.
- September 18, Carbon (Jungle to Head of Esports) changes position.
- November 21, Cupcake leaves.
- December 7, Sybol joins.
- December 8, Raid and Decoy join. Lost leaves.
- December 9, Mimic joins. Tally leaves.
- December 14, Ceres joins.
- December 16, Carbon (Head of Esports) is added to the official roster as substitute. Babip leaves.
- December 20, Mimic is suspended for two competitive weeks due to negative behaviour.
- January 21, Ceres leaves.
- May 8, Only's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2019.
- May 9, Only joins. Sybol leaves.
- November 18, Claire and Decoy leave.
- November 19, Mimic leaves.
- December 6, Raid leaves.
- December 11, Papryze, Guts, Chazz, Praedyth, and Yuzuki join. Only leaves. Papryze, Guts, Chazz, Praedyth, Yuzuki, and Denian (Head Coach)'s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2019.
- December 12, Denian (Head Coach) joins. Crayzee is added to the GCD as substitute. SoulStrikes (Head Coach) leaves. Crayzee's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2019.
- January 11, Jensen changes residency from SEA to PCS.
- January 14, Raes joins.
- January 15, Isles joins.
- January 16, Babip rejoins.
- January 17, Jensen (Head Coach) joins. Denian (Head Coach to Assistant Coach) changes position.
- January 18, Topoon and EMENES join.
- January 19, Api leaves. Topoon, Babip, EMENES, Raes, Isles, and Denian (Assistant Coach)'s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2020.
- February 12, Jensen (Head Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 1 May 2020.
- March 2, EMENES leaves.
- March 4, Tally rejoins as substitute. Tally's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 March 2020.
- March 10, Tally's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 1 June 2020.
- March 20, Tally moves to starting roster.
- April 27, Jensen (Head Coach) leaves.
- May 19, Denian (Assistant Coach to Head Coach) changes position.
- June 1, Tally's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2020.
||Kim Ji-hoon (김지훈)
Player League Participation
Playoff games are NOT included, but regular-season tiebreaker games ARE.
||Head of Esports
||An Viet Trinh
This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.
|Legacy Esports Tournament Results - Show Prize as (Local • USD • Euros)|
|2020-05-29||1|| Legacy Esports vs OPL All-Stars|| Topoon, Babip, Tally, Raes, Isles, Denian|
|2020-04-24||1|| OPL 2020 Split 1 Playoffs|| Topoon, Babip, Tally, Raes, Isles, Jensen, Denian|
|2020-04-04||1|| OPL 2020 Split 1|18 - 3RR | Topoon, Babip, EMENES, Tally, Raes, Isles, Jensen, Denian|
|2019-08-17||8|| OPL 2019 Split 2|1 - 20RR | Papryze, Guts, Chazz, Praedyth, Crayzee, Api, Denian|
|2019-03-23||7|| OPL 2019 Split 1|5 - 16RR | Papryze, Guts, Chazz, Praedyth, Crayzee, Denian|
|2018-08-26||3|| OPL 2018 Split 2 Playoffs|| Mimic, Only, Claire, Raid, Decoy|
|2018-08-18||4|| OPL 2018 Split 2|5 - 5RR | Mimic, Only, Claire, Raid, Decoy|
|2018-07-05||1||$10,000$ 10,000€ 8,575.75|| Rift Rivals 2018 SEA-LJL-OPL|| Mimic, Only, Claire, Raid, Decoy|
|2018-03-25||3||$4,000$4,000$4,000|| OPL 2018 Split 1 Playoffs|| Mimic, Sybol, Claire, Raid, Decoy|
|2018-03-18||4|| OPL 2018 Split 1|5 - 5RR | Ceres, Mimic, Sybol, Claire, Raid, Decoy|
|Total Prize:USD 10,000 • AUD 4,000|
- March 1, Legacy eSports by , and on liquidlegends.net
- February 1, Hellions vs Legacy: battle of the houses by Alex Manisier on LoL Esports OCE
- February 12, Dire Wolves vs. Legacy: the fight for first by Alex Manisier on LoL Esports OCE
- February 29, Legacy vs Trident: the former siblings by Cassandra Marshall on LoL Esports OCE
- March 11, Chiefs and Legacy: the story by , and on League of Legends - Oceania
- March 11, Chiefs vs Legacy: the rivalry by Sephyre on LoL Esports OCE
- March 14, Matchup breakdown: Chiefs and Legacy by Nelson Sng on LoL Esports OCE
- January 24, Behind The Team: Legacy Esports by , and on League of Legends Oceania
- March 3, Behind The Team: Legacy vs. Chiefs with , and on League of Legends Oceania
(- Dec 2019)
2016 Split OPL Roster
Tally, ChuChuZ, Carbon, k1ng, and Regret9
Legacy eSports OPL Split 2 Grand Final line-up
From left to right: Tallywhacka, Claire, Minkywhale, Carbon, and ChuChuZ
Legacy eSports Gamescom 2014 line-up
From left to right: Carbon, Minkywhale, ChuChuZ, Cardrid, and EGym