Team OverviewTeam: Evil Geniuses Winnings: $15,417,929.29 Tournaments: 626 Games: Dota 2, League of Legends, Starcraft 2 Evil GeniusesEvil Geniuses (EG) is an eSports organization based in San Francisco, California, United States. Back in 1999 Alexander Garfield created the organization with players in various fighting games like Dota 2, StarCraft II, and Halo. The organization is a subsidiary of GoodGame Agency, which is owned by Amazon.com Inc. through its division Twitch. Following the biggest Dota2 tournament – The International 2015, EG became the team who received largest prize payout in history of eSports – $6,616,014 Evil Geniuses Evil Geniuses is one of the most experienced gaming organizations in the eSports scene. After nearly 17 years on competitive stage the team has become of one the most successful teams in the world. Nowadays, EG is represented in 4 different eSport disciplines – Dota2, HALO, Fighting Games and Starcraft2. CEO Alex Garfield has assembled an outstanding team of professionals who contribute to the development and maintenance of Evil Geniuses at such a high level over the years Popular Players Over the years, EG saw amazing talents in their squads. Some of the players have become legends in various disciplines, turning North American organization into one of the most successful gaming projects in the world. Games: Evil Geniuses Dota2 eSport Team The Evil Geniuses DotA team represents some the most formidable talent in the Western gaming scene and has proven themselves amongst the best in the world. Team accomplished list is extremely large include 1st place finishes at the AVerMedia Cup, EiZo Cup, DotaCinema Roshan Pit, and 2nd place finishes at the DreamHack Winter 2012, RaidCall EMS One, American Dota League, D2L Season One, and 3rd at The Defense, The Defense 4, The Premier League 5, and DreamHack Summer 2012 and 2013. Evil Geniuses Fighting games team EG fighting division is one of the best in the world. Very often Evil Geniuses players meet in the finals of major tournaments and unfortunately eliminate each other in their path to the title.Justin “Jwonggg” Wong, Ari “fLoE” Weintraub, Ricky Ortiz, Eduardo “PR Balrog” Perez-Frangie, Yusuke Momochi, and Yuko “ChocoBlanka” Kusachi are part of the fighting squad. Evil Geniuses SC2 eSport players Represented by three of the most talented players in the world, Evil Geniuses’ StarCraft II roster is made up of skilled, charismatic, and controversial figures within the StarCraft II community. Evil Geniuses CS:GO Players The organization initially entered Counter-Strike in the early 2000s, hosting various rosters until 2011. Their successful period in the game came in 2009 when they signed compLexity Gaming‘s former roster, going on to notably win IEM IV American Championship Finals over compLexity Gaming and besting Fnatic at Beat it! 2010. In 2012, Evil Geniuses shut down their Counter-Strike division, beginning a seven year hiatus from the game. In 2015, Evil Geniuses attempted to sign the GX squad but the deal fell through after the majority of the team received a lifetime ban from Valve events for their involvement in the North American match fixing scandal. On September 26th, 2019, Evil Geniuses entered Counter-Strike: Global Offensive with the acquisition of NRG Esports‘ roster Evil Geniuses HALO eSport players Newest Evil Geniuses squad, announced in 2014, with the signings of Eric “Snipedown” Wrona, Justin “Roy” Brown, Jason “Lunchbox” Brown, and Justin “iGotUrPistola” Lee Deese. Evil Geniuses History Founded in 1999 as Counter-Strike organization, EG marked incredible progress over the years, adding different disciplines and players to prove themselves every day to strengthen the organization to the top in the electronic sports in the world. Evil Geniuses acquired Dota roster on April 12,2008 and StarCraft: Brood War on April 25, 2009. EG expanded into StarCraft II during the game’s launch year of 2010 with the recruitment of top American player Gregory “IdrA” In 2010, the organization adds their fighting game division, by signing Justin Wong and Martin “Marn” Phan. Within a year, they secure and signatures of Ricki Ortiz, Ari “fLoE” Weintraub, and Eduardo “PR Balrog” Perez-Frangie, as well as Japanese players Yusuke Momochi, and Yuka “Chocoblanka” Kusachi. On January 7, 2012, EG announced the dismissal of its long-standing Counter-Strike squad. On January 25, 2013, Evil Geniuses announced their expansion into League of Legends with the signing of the former Counter Logic Gaming European division, however, the team would later disband due to extremely poor results.On November 21, 2014, Evil Geniuses announced the launch of its first Halo squad with some of the most talented Halo players in the world. Organization reached its biggest success by winning The International 2015, securing first-time championship and winning a total of $6,616,014, the largest first place prize ever in gaming history. Team Evil Geniuses RosterArteezyArtour BabaevCr1tAndreas Nielsens4Gustav MagnussonFlyTal AizikSumaiLSyed Sumail HassanTeam Evil Geniuses CS:GO RosterEthanEthan ArnoldBhrezeVincent CayonteCerQCvetelin DimitrovStanislawPeter JarguzTarikTarik Celik GET UP TO $280 IN FREE BETS! Claim Now Evil Geniuses CS:GO Lastest ResultsvsTeam Liquid2:0vsFURIA2:1vsmibr2:0Evil Geniuses Dota 2 Lastest Resultsvs4 Zoomers0:2vsCR4ZY2:0vsThunder Predator2:0 Related Articles LGD vs Team Aster Betting Tips Antoan Vasilev | 2020-07-06More awesome battles of DPL-CDA League Season 2 are ahead of us! Check our detailed LGD vs Team Aster Betting Tips guide and maximize your profit now!LGD vs VICI Betting Tips Antoan Vasilev | 2020-07-01Dota 2 betting scene is highly unpredictable. 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