Team Entity Gaming | ID: 6921

Entity Gaming
Team:
Entity
Maps played:
173 during last year
Events:
31
Country/region:
India
Maps won:
103 during last year
First places:
7
Creation date:
13.04.2016
Maps lost:
70 during last year
Prize money:
$731 030

Team stats

103 wins
59%
70 defeats
41%
7 first place from 31 events
23%
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History

Entity Gaming is an Indian eSports organization founded in September 2017 by merging Beyond Infinity and Invisible Wings to promote eSports in India. The inaugural Dota 2 roster included local players:  BlizzarDSwiftyA35Crowley and NO_Chanc3, with Evil-Ash taking the coaching position.

In the first year of its existence, the team participated only in local tournaments in their country, according to the results of which the main achievement of Entity Gaming was the 2nd place at ESL India Premiership Summer 2017, and also during this period the organization managed to completely rebuild its roster.

The first step on the international stage was participation in the qualifiers for Dota Summit 8, to which the team approached with five new players: tmtTeeheeAb1ngEyyou and Jobeeezy, but it did not help the organization to pass to the tournament from Valve. Next, Entity Gaming tried its hand at qualifying for ESL One Genting 2018, China Dota2 Supermajor, MDL Changsha Major, The International 2018, ESL One Hamburg 2018, but all attempts were unsuccessful and the organization disbanded the entire roster.

At the end of April 2019, the club announced a new roster: CastawaYMoonSaibaZapheto and Divine. And already in June, the team was expecting success in the form of winning the ESL India Premiership 2019 Summer Masters League Phase 1. But, unfortunately, it was the only championship of the team in this lineup. By autumn, the roster fell apart and the organization took a two-year break from the professional scene.

In November 2021, Entity Gaming unexpectedly signed European mix Creepwave, which at that moment had CrystallisStormstormerTobiKataomi`Fishman and MeTTpuM as coach. The roster lived up to expectations, advancing from the top spot in DreamLeague Season 17 DPC WEU: Division I. In addition, the team placed third in Dota 2 Champions League 2021 Season 6, second in Dota 2 Champions League 2021 Season 5 and Dota 2 Champions League 2022 Season 7, and first in Winline Dota 2 Champions League Season 8.

In May 2022 Crystallis left the team. Ivan Pure Moskalenko became the new carry of the roster. With the updated roster Entity is ranked 3rd at Dota 2 Champions League Season 12, 5-6 at ESL One Malaysia 2022, and 9-12 at The International 2022.

Pure showed a great game, and at the end of 2022 he leaves Entity for BetBoom Team. His place was taken by Alimzhan watson Islambekov, who previously played for HellRaisers. With the new player, the team took 5th-6th place at Lima Major 2023 and 4th place at BetBoom Universe: Episode I - Comics Zone.

The team was able to qualify for The International 2023 by qualifying in Western Europe. But at the tournament itself, the club showed very modest results, finishing in 9th-12th place and falling out of the playoffs after losing to Virtus.pro.

In the fall of 2023, the team again undergoes a reshuffle: the team changes midlaner and offlaner. The organization signs Vladimir no[o]ne- Minenko and Dmitry DM Dorokhin.

The revamped roster attempted to qualify for Betboom Dacha Dubai 2024, DreamLeague Season 22, ESl One Birmingham 2024, DreamLeague Season 23, PGL Wallachia Season 1 and Elite League 2024, but only managed to qualify for the last of these tournaments, where they finished in 11th place. Entity also picked up a victory at the 1WIN Series Spring and FISSURE Universe Ep.2, as well as successfully qualifying for the Riyadh Masters 2024.