Rising Stars

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Rising Stars
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History[edit | edit source]

Rising Stars was formed in January 2013 by some of the former management of Flag China.png DT^Club and Flag China.png Noah's Ark. The team consisted of In July, Air, PrettyHaw, Super, and XDD.[1] In July was later replaced by Mofi.

In March 2013, Xiaotuji replaced PrettyHaw.

In July 2013, XTT replaced Mofi.[2]

In August 2013, Air left the team.[3][4]

In September 2013, Xiaotuji was traded to LGD in exchange for Sylar.[5][6] In addition, XTT was traded to TongFu in exchange for KingJ.[7][8] Later that month, Super left the team, while QQQ and Cty joined the team.[9]

In October 2013, Sylar was transferred to Vici Gaming. Meracle from Singaporean team First Departure was brought on as his replacement.[10][11]

In November 2013, Rising Stars disbanded.[12][13]

Achievements[edit | edit source]

Dota 2[edit | edit source]

Place Tournament Location Date Prize money
2nd Place Neolution GosuCup - June 2013 Online 22–23 June 2013 $300 USD
3rd Place Red Bull Esports Champion League 2013 Online & Flag China.png Beijing, China 27 May - 14 July 2013 10,000 RMB (~$1,600 USD)
~7 Rapture Gaming Network League 2013 - 2014 Online 18 May - 8 December 2013 $500 SGD

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Former DT^Club become Rising Stars". 
  2. "xtt joins Rising Stars". 
  3. "Air out of RisingStars". 
  4. "RisingStars loses Air". 
  5. "Xiaotuji to". 
  6. "LGD and RisingStars do a player swap". 
  7. "KingJ to Rising Stars, Banana to iG".,-banana-to-ig. 
  8. "KingJ traded for XTT, ZSMJ joins TongFu, Banana joins iG". 
  9. "Cty and QQQ join Rising Stars". 
  10. "Meracle replaces Sylar in RStars, Sylar to Vici Gaming". 
  11. "Meracle to RisingStars, Sylar to Vici Gaming".,-sylar-to-vici-gaming. 
  12. "RisingStars no more". 
  13. "RisingStars announces disband".