OG

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CEO J. M. R. Luna
Region Europe
Founded August 2015; 6 years ago
Location ['Denmark', 'Europe']
Managers ['Mike Schwartz', 'V. Zakhliebina']
Divisions ['Dota 2 ', 'Counter-Strike: Global Offensive', 'Valorant']
General manager Manon Merloz

OG

History

OG is a professional Dota 2 team that was formed in August 2015. The team is based in Europe and is composed of five players.

The team's captain, N0tail, is one of the most successful Dota 2 players in history. He has won several major tournaments, including The International 2018, and has earned over $4 million in prize money.

The other members of OG are Topson, s4, ana, and JerAx. These players are all highly accomplished in their own right, with s4 having won The International 2013 and ana having won The International 2016.

OG has been one of the most successful Dota 2 teams in recent years. In addition to their victories at The International, they have also won several other major tournaments, such as the Manila Major 2016 and the Boston Major 2017.

Despite its success, OG has had to overcome several challenges, including a period of poor form in early 2017 and the departure of s4 in 2019. However, they have always managed to bounce back and remain one of the top teams in the world.

 

Game Team Members ID Team Members Role

Dota 2
Yuragi Artem Golubiev Carry
bzm Bozhidar Bogdanov Solo Middle
ATF Ammar Al-Assaf Offlaner
Taiga Tommy Le Support
Misha  Mikhail Agatov Captain

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
mantuu Mateusz Wilczewski AWPerc
niko Nikolaj Kristensen Rifler
flameZ Shahar Shushan Rifler
nexa  Nemanja Isaković In-Game Leader
ruggah Casper Due (Coach)

Valorant
uNKOE KONEQT  
OniBy Théo Tarlier  
fxy0 Joey Schlosser  
LaAw Mathieu Plantin  
KONEQT Cista Adel  

Organization

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Former Members

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Awards and Achievements

OG is a professional esports team with teams in Dota 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and League of Legends. They are one of the most successful teams in Dota 2 history, having won the first-ever Dota 2 International, as well as three more in 2018, 2019, and 2020. They are also the first-ever two-time Major champions, having won back-to-back Majors in Frankfurt and Boston. In Counter-Strike, they have had less success, but still managed to win the DreamHack Masters Las Vegas in 2017. Lastly, in League of Legends, they qualified for and competed in the 2018 World Championship.

Date Placement Tier Type Tournament Team Result Prize
2022-06-10 3rd - 4th A-Tier Offline Global Esports Tour Dubai 2022   0 : 2 $25,000
2022-02-05 1st - 3rd S-Tier Online BLAST Premier: Spring Groups 2022   2 : 1 $27,500
2021-09-11 3rd - 4th S-Tier Online ESL Pro League Season 14   0 : 2 $55,000
2021-06-13 2nd S-Tier Online Intel Extreme Masters XVI - Summer   0 : 3 $42,000
2021-06-02 1st A-Tier Online Spring Sweet Spring #2   2 : 1 $40,000
2020-12-06 2nd S-Tier Online Flashpoint Season 2   1 : 2 $250,000
2020-10-28 1st - 3rd S-Tier Online BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Regular Season   2 : 1 $25,000
2020-10-11 2nd A-Tier Online Intel Extreme Masters XV - New York Online: Europe   0 : 3 $30,000
2020-02-16 4th - 6th S-Tier Offline BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 Regular Season   1 : 2 $35,000
2019-12-15 3rd - 4th A-Tier Offline cs_summit 5   1 : 2 $21,500

Controversies

The esports team OG has been embroiled in several controversies over the years. In 2016, the team was accused of match-fixing after they lost a match to a lower-ranked team. This led to an investigation by the Esports Integrity Coalition, which cleared the team of any wrongdoing.

In 2018, the team was once again accused of match-fixing, this time by a former player. The player alleged that the team had fixed matches to lose and earn betting profits. However, an investigation by Valve found no evidence to support these claims, and the team was cleared of any wrongdoing.

In 2019, the team was once again accused of match-fixing, this time by a fan. The fan alleged that the team had fixed matches to lose and earn betting profits. However, an investigation by Valve found no evidence to support these claims, and the team was cleared of any wrongdoing.

Despite these controversies, OG remains one of the most successful esports teams in the world, winning multiple championships in a variety of games.