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Moscow Five, abbreviated as M5, is a Russian esports organization. This page details the team's history when it was considered a CIS team. For the European team, see Moscow Five.
Founded in 2001, M5 had roots in Counter-Strike 1.6, WarCraft 3, FIFA, and DotA. In December 2011, Moscow Five recruited the players of Team Empire, who had qualified to compete at IEM Kiev. This team went on to be a dominant force in the European League of Legends scene throughout Season 2. Following the July 2012 arrest of Moscow Five CEO Dmitry "ddd1ms" Smelyi, the organization released its League of Legends team in January 2013 due to lack of funding.
The organization acquired the roster of Russian Force in August 2014.
Moscow 5 won the IEM Cologne CIS qualifier, defeating Dolphins of Wall Street 2-0 in the finals. However, they were unable to attend the event due to visa issues and so Dolphins of Wall Street attended in their place.
- June 14, LCL Open Cup spot of Supra Esports is acquired.
LakeOfSorrow, and Halbua (Head Coach) join.
- June 15,
SaintArkain joins as substitute.
- June 22,
SaintArkain moves to starting roster.
- June 24,
SaintArkain moves to substitute.
- July (approx.),
- Contract Expiration Notice: To prevent over-reporting of changes, we are keeping players with expired contracts listed here until either (a) an announcement is made from the player or the team about their departure; (b) the player joins another team; or (c) the 2021 season begins & the player is not re-added to the GCD, whichever happens first.
|Laatch||Felix Melin||Bot||Flama Esports||2020-02-15||2020-06-??|
|N0j0Y||Andrei Rakitin||Support||mCon esports Rotterdam||2020-05-02||2020-06-??|
|Khomzar||Nazarii Khomitskiy||Top||INFINITY CHALLENGE||2020-02-15||2020-05-02|
|Olejka Carry||Oleg Makarov||Support||None||2020-02-15||2020-05-02|
|Balkane||Cristian Lengyel (Кристиан Лендел)||Jungle||Angry Pumpkins||2019-06-14||2020-02-15|
|MewTwo||Evgeny Zavalny (Евгений Завальный)||Bot||Angry Pumpkins||2019-06-14||2020-02-15|
|LakeOfSorrow||Daniil Evlentev (Даниил Евлентьев)||Support||Angry Pumpkins||2019-06-14||2020-02-15|
|SaintArkain||Aleksandr Pupkov (Александр Пупков)||Sub/Top||None||2019-06-15||2020-02-15|
|Degh||Oleksandr Degtyarov (Олександр Дегтярьов)||Top||Team Refuse||2019-06-24||2019-07-??|
|Fomko||Anton Fomkin (Антон Фомкин)||Top||Retired||2019-06-14||2019-06-22|
|Stejos||Alexander Glazkov||Top||Team Just||2014-08-19||2015-05-10|
|Canya||Alexander Sinyakov||Jungle||Team Just||2014-08-19||2015-05-10|
|Flashy||Yury Shilenkov||Mid||Team Just||2014-08-19||2015-05-10|
|dayruin||Boris Sherbakov||Bot||Team Just||2014-08-19||2015-05-10|
|Archie||Vyacheslav Egorov||Support||Team Just||2014-08-19||2015-05-10|
|Symphony||Aleksey Tyunin||Sub/Jun||Hard Random||2014-08-??||2014-11-??|
|Halbua||Vladimir Borodin||Coach||Angry Pumpkins|
|Rogue LeBeau||Darina Lerua||Manager||None|
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- Moscow Five Preview: Season Two World Finals by ggChronicle
- April 24, A historical look at the innovative Moscow 5 by Arian "potato" Hajdin on Slingshot
- May 16, The Top 10 Most Dominant League of Legends Rosters of All-Time by theScore Esports on theScore Esports
- December 30, Thorin's Thoughts - Unraveling the Magic of Moscow Five/Gambit Gaming (LoL) by Thorin
- The Composition of M5.LOL moscowfive.ru
- Moscow Five Releases League of Legends Team English moscowfive.ru
- Moscow Five Releases League of Legends Team Russian moscowfive.ru
- Moscow Five's VKontakte Post (Russian) vk.com
- Moscow Five's vk Post (Russian) vk.com
- Everything you need to know about IEM Cologne euw.lolesports.com
- Moscow Five's VK post (Russian) vk.com
- Team Just's VK post (Russian) vk.com
- Moscow Five Academy's VK Post (Russian) vk.com
- Fomko's VK post (Russian) vk.com
- Valya Virvich's VK Post vk.com
- RoX's VK Post (Russian) vk.com