Fariko Impact
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Fariko Impact

Call of DutyCall of DutyUnited StatesUnited StatesFounded:Jul 2016
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Fariko Impact
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Fariko Impact was a Call of Duty team sponsored by Fariko Gaming. The team later rebranded to Impact.
Biography
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Fariko Impact formed at the beginning of Black Ops 2 with a roster of KiLLa, Karma, John and TuQuick. They competed at their first event at Frag Cup IV, which was an online tournament hosted by Machinima. They placed well, coming 3rd and taking away $1000 in prize money. They would then go on to UMG Chicago with the same roaster and place similarly well, once again taking away $1000 from a 3rd place finish. However, at this point they were stilling looking to go that extra mile to take away a championship, and they would do this under the Fariko brand with MiRx and Parasite coming in for John and TuQuick.

With their new pick ups of MiRx and Parasite, Impact were looking to take the ever-growing CoD eSports community by storm. They went into the MLG Winter Championship in Dallas with high hopes and were able to come away with 1st place, taking away $20,000 after beating a UNiTE squad with a very strong Clayster. The team would then look to bring this momentum and dominance into the biggest Call of Duty event of the year, the Call of Duty Championship 2013 to compete for their share of $1,000,000. They found themselves with a difficult bracket but they managed to take down Epsilon eSports, SoaR Gaming, OpTic Gaming and compLexity Gaming before facing off against Team EnVyUs in the winners bracket final. They faced off in a close series, with it coming down to a Round 11 Search and Destroy on map 5. EnVyUs managed to pull it out, despite Parasite’s best efforts with his renowned DSR, and knocked Impact into the Losers Bracket. Impact managed to beat OpTic in the Losers Final to face EnVyUs once again for round 2- this time in the Championship Final for $400,000. The series was close once again, with it coming down to a map 11 SnD. However, this time on Meltdown, KiLLa was able clutch a 1v1 vs ProoFy in round 10 to take home the $400,000 and a third consecutive championship. They would then win their fourth consecutive Championship at UMG St. Louis, once again beating EnVyUs in the finals.

Following their 1st place finish at UMG St. Louis, Parasite announced that his team would be leaving the Fariko organization to "pursue our own brand". .

Team Encounters
TeamLast EncounterEncountersWins / Losses
Team
Team EnVyUsTeam EnVyUs
Last Encounter
Apr 2013
Encounters
3
Wins / Losses
2/1
Team
OpTic GamingOpTic Gaming
Last Encounter
Apr 2013
Encounters
2
Wins / Losses
2/0
Team
Cloud9Cloud9
Last Encounter
Mar 2013
Encounters
2
Wins / Losses
2/0
Team
KILLERFISH eSportKILLERFISH eSport
Last Encounter
Feb 2013
Encounters
2
Wins / Losses
2/0
Team
UNiTE GamingUNiTE Gaming
Last Encounter
N/A
Encounters
2
Wins / Losses
1/1
Placements
PlaceTournamentPrize
Place
7th/8th7th/8th
Tournament
Reflex GT 10
Jul 1st 2013
Prize
N/A
Place
2nd2nd
Tournament
SkyLAN 1
May 19th 2013
Prize
1,600 €
Place
1st1st
Tournament
UMG St. Louis 2013
Apr 22nd 2013
Prize
$ 7.500
Place
1st1st
Tournament
UMG St. Louis 2013
Apr 22nd 2013
Prize
$ 7.500
Place
1st1st
Tournament
UMG St. Louis 2013
Apr 22nd 2013
Prize
$ 7.500
Roster History
KiLLa
KiLLaLeft
May 2013
MiRx
MiRxLeft
Apr 2013
Parasite
Apr 2013
MiRx
MiRxJoined
Jan 2013
TuQuick
Jan 2013
KiLLa
KiLLaJoined
FormerTeam FeaR
Nov 2012
John
JohnJoined
FormerLeveraGe
Parasite
ParasiteJoined
TuQuick
TuQuickJoined
Latest Matches
TournamentTeamOppositionScoreDate
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
2-3
Date
June 30th
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
1-3
Date
June 30th
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
3-1
Date
May 20th
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
3-0
Date
May 18th
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
0-3
Date
May 18th


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