MSI Evolution Gaming Team
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MSI Evolution Gaming Team was a Filipino team.
MSI Evolution Gaming Team formerly called WILD, is a professional e-Sports team of League of Legends based in Manila, Philippines.
The MSI-Evolution Gaming Team, or MSI-EvoGT, is a professional electronic sports organization that was the brainchild of local e-Sports advocate Irymarc Gutierrez and is maintained under the management of NetEssentials, MSI’s exclusive distributor in the Philippines.
MSI-EvoGT was officially launched on 19 March 2012 to support the rising e-Sports scene in the Philippines, as well as to serve as brand ambassadors of MSI in the country. The word “Evolution” indicates the aspiration that this gaming team will help the gamer’s perception of gaming and gaming products evolve into a whole new level, at the same time cement MSI’s position as the No. 1 Gaming Notebook in the Philippines.
To achieve these, MSI acquired top teams and players from the PH e-Sports scene namely The Net.Execration for DOTA, Exo.Blazer (later on replaced by Mski.Dane) for StarCraft II and Cristal for Cross Fire who were grouped in one umbrella organization that is the MSI-EvoGT.
TheNet.com, Execration DOTA’s Internet cafe sponsor, also extended support to the SC II and Cross Fire squads of MSI-EvoGT, and was eventually recognized as the official gaming venue of the team for team practices and online tournaments. The team was henceforth called MSI-EvoGT.TnC to stand for MSI- Evolution Gaming Team.TheNet.Com, while SteelSeries continues to be one of the pioneer and main sponsors of the team.
In September 2012, MSI-EvoGT.TnC acquired TheNet.com’s sponsored team, Wild.TnC and included League of Legends as part of the gaming categories that they support, bringing it to four titles.
Before the turn of the year, the DotA roster decided to focus solely on DOTA 2 to catch up with the international scene. Members of Pag-ibig.TnC, the PH representative to the prestigious SEA DOTA 2 tournament called “The Asia” merged with two members of MSI-EvoGT.TnC to form a new team whose goal for 2013 is to be invited to The International 3.
On 26 January 2013, TheNet.com opened its headquarters to serve as boot camp for the exclusive use of the MSI-EvoGT – the first and so far only, in the Philippines.
- February 3, finishes 4th place at the first leg of the Gigabyte Mineski Pro Gaming League 5-2.
- February 23, 1st at AME 1UP Cool Master Storm Tournament.
- March 3, 5th at Gigabyte Mineski Pro Gaming League - League of Legends 5-3.
- March 8, Noelly replaces Zlk.
- August 10, 4th place at Season 3 Philippine Qualifier.
- May 20, 1st Place at Gigabyte Mineski Pro Gaming League - League of Legends 4-4 
- June 17, 1st Place at Gigabyte Mineski Pro Gaming League - League of Legends 4-5 
- July 8, 1st Place at MSI Overdrive E-Sports: Intensified 2012 
- July 19, 1st Place at Gigabyte Mineski Pro Gaming League - League of Legends 4-7 
- Aug 5th, 1st Place at Pacific Summoners League August Leg
- Sept 2nd, 1st Place at Pacific Summoners League September Leg
- Sept 4th, WILD-TNC becomes MSI Evolution Gaming Team 
- Sept 9th, 3rd place at Season Two South East Asian Regional Finals
|Jrd||Jordan Jose||Top Laner||None|
|Ghettz||Stephen Martin Doron||Jungler||Retired|
|Onee||Jonel De Asis Layog||Mid Laner||None|
|Krl||Karlo Sarmiento||Bot Laner||None|
|Edjiiiii||Edji Nicolas Rances||Support||None|
|Misery||John Winston Hernaez||Jungler||Manila Eagles|
|Solyndra||Judge Gideon Cruz||AP||Manila Eagles|
|Zensho||Keefe Jyro Pascual||Bot Laner||TNC.Synchronized|
|Bayok||Jeff Bercasio||Team Manager|
|TryQ||Irymarc Gutierrez||Managing Director|
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|MSI Evolution GT Tournament Results - Show Prize as (Local • USD • Euros)|
- Bayok: 'I’ve picked the right players' mineski.net
- Inside Rapture Gaming Network: 'MSI Boot Camp' "rapturegaming.net"
- Gigabyte Mineski Pro Gaming League - League of Legends 4-4 "mineski.net"
- Gigabyte Mineski Pro Gaming League - League of Legends 4-5 "mineski.net"
- MSI Overdrive E-Sports: Intensified 2012 "mineski.net"
- Gigabyte Mineski Pro Gaming League - League of Legends 4-7 "mineski.net"
- WILD-TNC becomes MSI Evolution Gaming Team "mineski.net"
-  "mineski.net"