Team Level UP | ID: 32034

Level UP
Team:
Level UP
Maps played:
172 during last year
Team coach:
Country/region:
Serbia
Maps won:
83 during last year
First places:
3
Creation date:
01.09.2016
Maps lost:
89 during last year
Prize money:
$23 620

Team stats

83 wins
48%
89 defeats
52%
3 first place from 28 events
11%
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History

Level UP is a Serbian cybersport organization, also known as LVLUP. It first appeared in Dota 2 in September 2016.

The only achievement of Level UP in this roster was a successful qualification to the WESG 2016 Europe & CIS Finals, but at the tournament the team could not show a coherent game and was eliminated at the group stage. The failed performance was the reason for the complete disintegration of the team. The organization left the sphere of Dota 2 for a long time.

The team failed to qualify for DPC 2021: Season 1 - Western Europe Lower Division and completely failed at Snow Sweet Snow #1, losing all matches of the group stage. The poor performance was the reason for players leaving the squad from February through March 2021.

At the end of March 2021, Level UP signed a new five-player roster of RdO-, No!ob, Funn1k, dnz and LeBronDota, with Viktor Buktop Knežević as coach. The main goal of the roster was to play in DPC 2021: Season 2 - Western Europe Lower Division, and the team successfully accomplished this task, finishing second and advancing to the upper division.

On May 15, 2023, the roster was completely revamped and currently consists of players: Daxak, lorenof, OwnedMe, swedenstrong, MiLAN. With this lineup, the team won the DPC Western Europe. Division II Tour 3 and qualified for Division I, and also finishes 3rd at the European Pro League Season 11.

Level UP participated in the qualification for The International 2023, but the team failed to qualify for the tournament: they lost to Team Secret in the quarterfinals of the lower grid and finished in 5th-6th place. Shortly after that Daxak left the roster and was replaced by Alik V-Tune Vorobei as a stand-in at subsequent tournaments.

In the fall of 2023 the team participated in Pinnacle Cup: Malta Vibes #3 and Pinnacle Cup: Malta Vibes #4,, but did not achieve much results: Level UP took 5-8 and 9-12 place. The squad also finished 3rd at the European Pro League Season 13. In November MiLAN and lorenof left the team, as in the case of Daxak, the players were replaced by stand-ins.

In December, Level UP played at the Pinnacle: 25 Years Anniversary Show, where they finished in 5th-6th place, losing to Virtus.pro in the quarterfinals of the lower set