Vaevictis eSports
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Vaevictis eSports

League of LegendsLeague of LegendsRussiaRussiaFounded:Jan 2015
Rank
TBA
Social
Ukraine
Alexander Sevostyanov (Александр Севостьянов)
Joined:Dec 2016
Russia
Dmitrii Nikeľ
Joined:Dec 2016
Russia
Anton Shestakov
Joined:May 2017
Denmark
Casper Bo Simonsen
Joined:May 2017
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Vaevictis eSports
Russia
Rank: TBAactiveactive
Vaevictis eSports is a is a Russian esports organization, formed in November 2015 by acquiring a roster of Night Inside and their spot for 2016 League of Legends Continental League Spring Season. They besides currently sponsor teams in Dota 2, Overwatch and Point Blank.
Biography
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2016 Pre-Season

The team was formed later in 2015 by acquiring a roster of Night Inside including ZakCanFly, Kreox, Nomanz, Ekd, and Bonjour, that was qualified for the 2016 League of Legends Continental League Spring Season through the SLTV Qualifiers. Prior to the start of the LCL Spring Nomanz and Bonjour left the team, Symphony, Piter Pokir and Raxxo was signed, according to LCL's caster Olsior, such changes in team's line-up looked very risky.

2016 Season

Vaevictis missed the Spring Playoffs after the defeat to Team Just 0-1 in first round of additional tiebreakers of the very first regular season of LCL, but they guaranteeing them a place in the Summer Season, finishing sixth with 7-7 game record in spring split after all.

To the beginning of the 2016 LCL Summer Symphony and Raxxo dropped out of the team, DoubleAiM joins just two weeks after.

At the start of the 2016 Continental League Summer Devilast and PikaProx left the team, Bonjour rejoins, Clover was signed as a sub. Vaevictis placing fifth in the LCL Regular Season with 7-7 game record.

2017 Pre-Season

A week after the ending of LCL Summer Season SaNTaS joins the team, he leaves 10 days before Vaevictis starts playing at LCL Open Cup Group Stage. VVT did not make the Playoffs of the tournament, finishing 2nd in group B with the only victory over Krutyie bobryi 1-0, and the only defeat at the hands of Virtus.pro.

In December 2015, right after Madneps joins Vaevictis as a head coach, all players left the team apart from DoubleAiM and suspended for 2017 spring Nomanz. Dark Solece, Lukezy, unho1y and Dimonko was signed after a little while.

2017 Season

Vaevictis finished first in first half of the 2017 LCL Spring Season with game 6-2 record alongside Virtus.pro, VVT lost in matches against them and M19 Team. Vaevictis placed 3rd-4th after all. Vaevictis were chosen for semifinals by Vega Squadron.

Team Encounters
TeamLast EncounterEncountersWins / Losses
Team
Vega SquadronVega Squadron
Last Encounter
Jul 2016
Encounters
11
Wins / Losses
5/6
Team
RoXRoX
Last Encounter
Jul 2016
Encounters
8
Wins / Losses
6/2
Team
Natus Vincere CISNatus Vincere CIS
Last Encounter
Jun 2016
Encounters
7
Wins / Losses
5/2
Team
Team JustTeam Just
Last Encounter
Jun 2016
Encounters
6
Wins / Losses
3/3
Team
Team Just AlphaTeam Just Alpha
Last Encounter
N/A
Encounters
5
Wins / Losses
2/3
Placements
PlaceTournamentPrize
Place
2nd2nd
Tournament
2017 LCL Spring Playoffs
Apr 9th 2017
Prize
₽ 1.0m
Place
5-6th5-6th
Tournament
2016 LCL Open Cup
Nov 27th 2016
Prize
N/A
Place
6th6th
Tournament
2016 LoL Continental League Spring Season
Feb 29th 2016
Prize
₽ 250,000
Place
6th6th
Tournament
2017 LCL Summer Season
Invalid date
Prize
₽ 250,000
Place
3rd/4th3rd/4th
Tournament
2017 LCL Spring Season
Invalid date
Prize
N/A
Roster History
Lukezy
LukezyLeft
Apr 2017
Lukezy
LukezyJoined
Dec 2016
Piter Pokir
Dec 2016
SaNTaS
SaNTaSLeft
Nov 2016
SaNTaS
SaNTaSJoined
Jun 2016
Raxxo
RaxxoLeft
May 2016
Symphony
May 2016
Piter Pokir
Dec 2015
Raxxo
RaxxoJoined
FormerRoX
Dec 2015
Symphony
SymphonyJoined
Dec 2015
Latest Matches
TournamentTeamOppositionScoreDate
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
0-1
Date
July 23rd
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
0-1
Date
July 22nd
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
0-1
Date
July 22nd
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
1-0
Date
July 15th
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
0-1
Date
July 9th


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