Entropiq is a team of professional gamers who compete in various online and offline tournaments. The team was founded in 2016 and is based in the Czech Republi
The team has qualified for several international tournaments, including the 2017 World Cyber Arena and the 2018 World Electronic Sports Games.
Entropiq’s CS: GO team consists of former pro players such as Aleksey “El1an” Gusev and Aleksey “NickelBack” Trofimov, who is also the in-game leader of the team. The team is currently ranked #38 in the world by HLTV.org.
Entropiq’s Dota 2 team is captained by former pro player Rasmus “MiSeRy” Filipsen. The team is currently ranked #35 in the world by GosuGamers.
Entropiq’s PUBG team is captained by former pro player Alex “Lex” Kravchenko. The team is currently ranked #21 in the world by PUBG Tracker.
Entropiq’s Rocket League team is captained by former pro player Kyle “Scrub Killa” Robertson. The team is currently ranked #3 in Europe by Psyonix.
Entropiq is a professional esports organization based in the Czech Republic. The organization was founded in 2016 by Stanislav Kovač and Patrik Tureček.
Entropiq’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) team made its debut in the ESEA Premier Division – Europe in September 2016. The team’s first international tournament was the WESG 2016 – Europe Finals, where they finished in 3rd-4th place.
In 2017, Entropiq expanded into Dota 2 with the acquisition of the former team Virtus. pro. The team’s first major tournament was the Kyiv Major, where they finished in the 9-12th place.
In 2018, Entropiq once again expanded its roster, this time into League of Legends (LoL). The organization’s LoL team made its debut in the Czech Esports League in May 2018.
Entropiq has seen success in all three of its games. In CS: GO, the team has won numerous online tournaments and qualified for several offline tournaments, including the StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 3 and the ELEAGUE Major Boston 2018. In Dota 2, the team won the China Dota2 Supermajor and finished in the top 4 of The International 2018. In LoL, the team has won the Czech National Championship and qualified for the EU Masters.
Awards and Achievements
The Czech Republic-based esports organization Entropiq has had several notable achievements in its short history. In 2018, the organization picked up the former CS: GO team of iGame.com, which included such players as Tomas “Oskar” Stastny and David “frozen” Čerňanský. The team went on to have success in several online and offline tournaments, including winning the cs_summit 3 and finishing in second place at the StarSeries & i-League CS: GO Season 7.
In 2019, Entropiq expanded its reach into the mobile esports scene by signing the world-renowned Clash Royale player Oskar “Crush” Šorga. Crush went on to have great success in several online and offline tournaments, including winning the Clash Royale League World Finals 2019.
In 2020, Entropiq once again expanded its reach into the mobile esports scene by signing the world-renowned PUBG Mobile player Anton “Tony” Zajic. Tony went on to have great success in several online and offline tournaments, including winning the PUBG Mobile Club Open Spring Split Global Finals 2020.
Entropiq has also had success in other esports titles, such as Rainbow Six: Siege, Rocket League, and Dota 2. In 2020, the organization picked up the former Dota 2 team of Team Empire, which included such players as Vladimir “RodjER” Nikogosyan and Andrey “Ghostik” Kadyk. The team went on to have success in several online and offline tournaments, including finishing in second place at the ESL One Los Angeles 2020.
Entropiq, a Czech Republic-based esports organization, has been mired in controversy ever since it was founded in 2016.
The organization was founded by former professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) player Tomas “Oskar” Stastny, who is also the brother of Nashville Predators forward Mats Zuccarello.
Entropiq has been accused of match-fixing, cheating, and illegal betting, among other things.
In 2016, the organization was accused of match-fixing by former pro player Martin “STYKO” Styk.
In 2017, Entropiq was investigated by the Esports Integrity Coalition (ESIC) for suspected cheating. The organization was cleared of any wrongdoing.
In 2018, Entropiq was once again accused of match-fixing, this time by professional Counter-Strike player Ladislav “GuardiaN” Kovacs.
Kovacs claimed that he was offered money to lose a match against Entropiq.
The organization has denied all allegations of wrongdoing.