Orange Esports

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Orange Esports
Team logo Orange Esports.png
Malaysia Malaysia
Created: 2011
Disbanded: 2014-11-12
Team Information
Manager(s): Yap "Kenchi" Chee Loong
Links
Facebook: OrangeEsports
Twitter: OrangeEsports
YouTube: OrangeEsports
Winnings
Prizemoney: ~$356,690.7 USD

Neolution Orange (Orange) is an esports organization based in Malaysia.

History[edit]

Orange's DotA team was created in 2011, led by Malaysian superstar Mushi. They immediately achieved result by placing 2nd in The Games Expo. After also placing 2nd in MGT, they finally won their first championship in ESTC. They also participated in Electronic Sports World Cup 2011 and G-League Season 3, but did not achieve any results. After SMM 2011, their star player Mushi had decided to take a break from DotA and was replaced by an academy player Khoo "Ohaiyo" Chong Xin. Before the Malaysia Invitational, Orange announced that YamateH and Ice will be replacing old members Clanton and Nixch. They won the Malaysia Invitational in convincing fashion.

In January 2013, YamateH left the team to join Team Zenith. WinteR and Ice also left the team and were replaced by Net and Ohaiyo from MUFC eSports.

In February 2013, Kecik_Imba joined Orange as the 6th player.

In August 2013, Mushi left the team to go to China.[1]

In September 2013, the remaining players of the team departed.[2][3]

In October 2013, Orange formed a new squad, consisting of WinteR, TFG, Ling, Sharky, and YamateH.[4][5]

In January 2014, TFG and Ling were dropped from the team. They were replaced by SXOCXS and InsidiousC.[6]

In February 2014, Ysaera joined the team to replace YamateH, who left for Titan eSports.[7]

In May 2014, SXOCXS, InsidiousC, and Ysaera were dropped after the team failed to qualify for The International 2014.[8]

After falling short in The International 2014 qualifiers, Orange drops Ysaera, SXOCXS and InsidiousC.[9]

Achievements[edit]

DotA[edit]

  • 2nd Place TGX Arena Regional DotA Tournament (2011)
  • 2nd Place MGT DotA Tournament (2011)
  • 1st Place Electronic Sports Thailand Championship (2011)
  • 1st Place Indian Gaming Carnival (2012)
  • 1st Place GIGABYTE E-Sport Tournament April (2012)
  • 3rd Place MSI Nvidia SEA Championship (2012)

Dota 2[edit]

Place Tournament Location Date Prize money
A11st Malaysia Invitational Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 17–18 December 2011 $5,000 USD
A22nd Iskandar Malaysia League of Cyber Games Malaysia Johor Bahru, Malaysia 29–30 December 2011 1000 RM
A11st Orange Esports League Dota 2 Promotional Tour Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 14–15 January 2012 1750 RM
A22nd Razer Dota 2 Tournament Singapore Singapore 8–11 March 2012 $1,000 USD
A11st Razer Invitational Showcase Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 13–15 April 2012 $2,000 USD
A11st The Evolution Malaysia Grand Final Malaysia Subang, Malaysia 25–27 May 2012 RM 5000
A33rd Gigabyte Dota Masters Online 30 April - 23 June 2012 $750 USD
A11st JoinDOTA Masters IX Online 23–24 June 2012 $500 USD
A77th - 8th The International 2012 United States Seattle, Washington, United States 26 August - 2 September 2012 $25,000 USD
A11st WCG Malaysia National Final 2012 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 7 September 2012 Razer Products
A11st WCG Asian Championships 2012 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 8–9 September 2012 $3,000 USD
A11st Alienware Battlegrounds Malaysia-Singapore Online 19–25 September 2012 $1,500 USD
A11st GosuCup Asia Online 13–14 October 2012 $500 USD
A11st GEST Dota 2 Tournament Online 4–15 November 2012 $1,000 USD
A33rd G-1 Champions League Season 4 Online & China Fuzhou, China 22 October - 18 November 2012 50,000 RMB
($8,000 USD)
A33rd The Asia 2012 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 22–23 December 2012 $6,000 USD
A11st Southeast Asia League Online 4–8 February 2013 $800 USD
A11st GosuCup Asia V Online 23–24 February 2013 $500 USD
A22nd GEST - February 2013 Online 5–6 March 2013 $500 USD
A33rd SteelSeries DotaTalk League Online 14–15 March 2013 5x SteelSeries Sensei Raw
A11st GEST - The Challenge 2 Online 16–18 March 2013 $1,000 USD
A11st Asian Gaming League 2 Online 6–7 April 2013 1,500 RM + Gear/Software
A11st PRIDE Challenge 2013 Online 4–5 May 2013 €2,000 EUR + $450 USD for Steam
A11st Pinoy Gaming Festival - Summer 2013 Philippines Manila, Philippines 11–12 May 2013 40,000 PHP (~$970 USD)
A33rd G-1 Champions League Season 5 China Shanghai, China 24–26 May 2013 30,000 RMB (~$4,800 USD)
A11st GEST - May 2013 Online 30 May - 2 June 2013 $1,000 USD
A44th Dota 2 Super League China Shanghai, China 10 May - 6 July 2013 50,000 RMB (~$8,110 USD)
A22nd E2Max L33T Championship Singapore Singapore 7 July 2013 $2,000 SGD (~$1,583 USD) + $150 for Steam
A55th - 6th Alienware Cup 2013 Season 1 Online 16 June - 9 July 2013 $3,000 USD
A22nd Red Bull Esports Champion League 2013 Online & China Beijing, China 27 May - 14 July 2013 20,000 RMB (~$3,200 USD)
A11st AMD Premier League Season 2 Online 17–23 July 2013 $3,000 USD
A33rd The International 2013 United States Seattle, Washington, United States 2–11 August 2013 $287,441 USD
A33rd Rapture Gaming Network League 2013 - 2014 Online 18 May - 8 December 2013 $2,000 SGD

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