Determined Gaming
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Determined Gaming

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Determined Gaming
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Determined Gaming is a North American eSports team that was founded in July 2013 after their departure from the FXOpen e-Sports organization. They were previously known as To Be Determined, but changed their name in December 2013.
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Formation of To Be Determined

In July 2013, the roster of FXOpen e-Sports left the organization to form a new team, To Be Determined. The team was a prominent Challenger team previously winning 2013 MLG Spring Championship, granting them a spot at the Season 4 League Championship Series Spring Promotion Tournament. They were participants in the new league of top amateur teams, the MOBAFire Challenger Series. They were a dominant team in regular season, ending 11-2 going into the playoffs, but placed a disappointing fourth after losing to Curse Academy. TBD qualified for the PAX 2013 Challenger tournament allowing them to play at the PAX 2013 Spring Promotion Qualifier, playing for prize money having already won a promotion spot. TBD lost to compLexity Gaming in the first round, placing fourth.

TBD announced September 2013 that core players Arthelon and NydusHerMain would part from the team while the roster began searching for replacements.

On October 1st, TBD announced that Bubbadub would be joining their lineup as their support player. Later that week, Arthelon rejoined the team as their mid laner as they began playing in the new competitive league, the North American Challenger League. On October 13th, heavenTime stepped down from the main jungler role and Brokenshard became the main jungler.

Determined Gaming

On December 13th, TBD announced that they would reform under the name of Determined Gaming, under new management in the form of Jerrus Storm Lumijärvi and Lynnea "Rhosilyn" MacKay.

At the December Season 4 Spring Promotion Tournament, Determined Gaming faced off against Evil Geniuses, a team including three European LCS veterans which had recently bought out the LCS spot of Velocity eSports. Despite performing well in scrim matches, DTG was defeated 3-0 and failed to qualify for the spring split of the LCS. That night, AD carry ROBERTxlee announced via Facebook that the team would remain together and compete in the Coke League.

Shortly after their promotion attempt, it would be announced that their mid player Arthelon would part ways with the team once again as the organization would sign on former CompLexity Gaming's Pr0lly before the start of Season 4.

It was announced in February 2014 that the DTG roster would be picked up by compLexity Gaming to form compLexity.Black.

Team Encounters
TeamLast EncounterEncountersWins / Losses
Team
vVv GamingvVv Gaming
Last Encounter
Dec 2013
Encounters
3
Wins / Losses
3/0
Team
Evil GeniusesEvil Geniuses
Last Encounter
Dec 2013
Encounters
1
Wins / Losses
0/1
Team
COGnitive GamingCOGnitive Gaming
Last Encounter
Dec 2013
Encounters
1
Wins / Losses
1/0
Team
Quantic GamingQuantic Gaming
Last Encounter
Dec 2013
Encounters
1
Wins / Losses
1/0
Team
compLexity GamingcompLexity Gaming
Last Encounter
Dec 2013
Encounters
1
Wins / Losses
1/0
Placements
PlaceTournamentPrize
Place
3rd/4th3rd/4th
Tournament
North American Challenger League
Dec 15th 2013
Prize
$ 4,500
Roster History
pr0lly
pr0llyLeft
Feb 2014
Westrice
Feb 2014
Brokenshard
Feb 2014
pr0lly
pr0llyJoined
Jan 2014
Arthelon
Jan 2014
Arthelon
ArthelonJoined
Oct 2013
Brokenshard
Oct 2013
ROBERTxLEE
Jul 2013
Westrice
WestriceJoined
Jul 2013
ROBERTxLEE
Feb 2013
Latest Matches
TournamentTeamOppositionScoreDate
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
0-3
Date
December 21st
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
0-0
Date
December 17th
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
1-2
Date
December 14th
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
2-0
Date
December 13th
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
1-0
Date
December 9th


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