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Biography[edit | edit source]
Formed right before the Spring Split Qualifiers, the Epsilon Esports roster fell just short of qualification. A mix of Season 1’s SPL starters, subs, and Challenger Cup players, they fought their way through the Challenger Cup, winning every single week. With a quick sweep in their expansion match, Epsilon finds themselves in the Summer Split looking to compete with the best Europe has to offer. Now in the fall split, Epsilon has confirmed first seed and it will be interesting to see what they have in store for worlds, with unconventional picks such as Nu Wa solo and Nox mid.
History[edit | edit source]
Timeline[edit | edit source]
- Epsilon won 2016 Smite World Championship thus becoming the Smite World Champions
- January, roster is disbanded and a new team is acquired consisting of ShocknSmash, Dekest, MoGoW, Mugiwawa and Tetryx.
- September, Epsilon reveals their first Smite professional team.
Player Roster[edit | edit source]
Former Team[edit | edit source]
Tournament Results[edit | edit source]
|11-22-2015||Season 2 EU Regionals||2nd||$55,000|
|10-25-2015||SMITE Pro League Season 2 EU Fall Split||1st||Qualified for S2 EU Regionals|
|06-28-2015||SMITE Pro League EU Summer Season||4th||$13,000|
|01-10-2016||SMITE World Championship 2016||1st||$500,000|