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Team Infused

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Team Infused
Team icon Team Infused.png
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Created: 2005
Disbanded: 2014
Team Information
Sponsor(s): Ttesports, AOC, Club 3D, In Win, Multiplay, Gamerbase,Avermedia,eTeknix,Twitch TV,Initial Games
Links
Website: http://www.team-infused.net
Winnings
Prizemoney: ~ $1,450 USD

Team Infused (Infs) is a British gaming organization formed in 2005.

History[edit]

In December 2011, Team Infused decided to pick up Emocore as their own Dota 2 team. In September 2012, the team decided to part ways with Infused.

In November 2012, Team Infused formed a new Dota 2 team completely made up of British players.[1] The team later disbanded.

In September 2013, Infused picked up UK squad BBQ Chicken e-Sports.[2]

In January 2015, Team Infused pick up a 7 man team and attend higher divisions.

In June 2015, DreameR, 6th member of Team Infused achieves #1 Riki worldwide.

In July 2015, Team Infused come 32nd out of 100 in Germany.

Current Roster[edit]

  • United Kingdom Muhammad "Opay" indrawan
  • United Kingdom James "Tone" Bullock
  • United Kingdom Irwan "McLarenN0pain" Satria
  • United Kingdom Jimmy "Tyrox" Angove
  • United Kingdom Cai "Cook" Davies

(6th and 7th players available, see below for more info)

  • Joseph ''DreameR'' Hughes
  • Tommy ''Tob0rEZ'' O'Brian

Achievements[edit]

Dota 2[edit]

Place Tournament Location Date Prize money
A11st ZOWIE Dota 2 Start Off Online 30 December 2011 5 Mousepads
A22nd D2E Challenge Online 16 January - 2 February 2012 €500 EUR
A11st GosuLeague First Blood Online 1–23 May 2012 $750 USD
A22nd Absolute Arena Dota 2 Invitational #2 Online 23–27 July 2012 $200 USD
A33rd DotaTalk UK LAN Gamerbase, London, UK 19 January 2013 5 Gamer Powerballs + 5 GFX Card Protectors

References[edit]