Season: 2009

2009 Esports Season

1.Counter-Strike$1,354,652.70797 Players123 Tournaments
2.StarCraft: Brood War$708,775.32137 Players51 Tournaments
3.WarCraft III$387,351.0074 Players90 Tournaments
4.World of WarCraft$350,138.9168 Players12 Tournaments
5.Counter-Strike: Source$247,039.65321 Players47 Tournaments
6.Halo 3$234,900.7176 Players7 Tournaments
7.Defense of the Ancients$124,530.20123 Players17 Tournaments
8.FIFA 09$118,886.6952 Players17 Tournaments
9.Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare$109,724.84121 Players21 Tournaments
10.Quake Live$79,946.0833 Players19 Tournaments
11.Gears of War 2$60,000.000 Players4 Tournaments
12.Super Smash Bros. Melee$51,999.99161 Players89 Tournaments
13.Resistance 2$50,400.00194 Players1 Tournament
14.Magic: The Gathering Online$50,000.008 Players1 Tournament
15.Super Smash Bros. Brawl$48,302.26195 Players97 Tournaments
16.TrackMania Nations Forever$35,765.5930 Players13 Tournaments
17.Team Fortress 2$32,478.48142 Players10 Tournaments
18.Red Stone$23,000.0012 Players1 Tournament
19.Rainbow Six: Vegas 2$15,000.000 Players1 Tournament
20.Asphalt 4$12,000.003 Players1 Tournament
21.Carom 3D$12,000.003 Players1 Tournament
22.Virtua Fighter 5$12,000.003 Players2 Tournaments
23.Wise Star 2$12,000.003 Players1 Tournament
24.Quake III Arena$10,591.1820 Players7 Tournaments
25.Age of Empires II$10,134.8411 Players2 Tournaments
26.Day of Defeat: Source$7,717.6435 Players3 Tournaments
27.Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory$6,637.4618 Players1 Tournament
28.Call of Duty 2$4,401.020 Players1 Tournament
29.Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2$4,211.8411 Players2 Tournaments
30.FIFA 08$2,560.193 Players1 Tournament
31.Street Fighter IV$1,602.7213 Players5 Tournaments
32.Age of Empires$880.0016 Players1 Tournament
33.Pro Evolution Soccer 2009$713.063 Players4 Tournaments
34.Super Smash Bros.$100.007 Players2 Tournaments
35.Marvel vs. Capcom 2$90.006 Players2 Tournaments
36.Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike$45.003 Players2 Tournaments
37.BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger$35.003 Players1 Tournament
38.Guilty Gear XX Accent Core$35.009 Players2 Tournaments
39.King of Fighters XI$25.003 Players1 Tournament
40.Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus$0.003 Players1 Tournament
41.Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix$0.008 Players2 Tournaments



Generic team for listing stats on the website. All placements over 4th place, such as 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and so on, will be covered by this team.

Team FeaR

Team FeaR

Team FeaR is a professional Call of Duty team.





Team FeaR began with competitions played on the video game Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.

The first roster consisted of Moho, Choppy, Pacman and ASSASS1N.

The Team FeaR organization competed at the MLG National Championship in November of 2008 and took 1st place.

They returned in 2009 hoping to defend their title as National Champions, this time with players ProoFy, Punisher, Moho, and ASSASS1N.

However this time they were only able to take away a 3rd place finish with $2000.

Two years after their previous event at the MLG National Championship 2009, FeaR looked to compete at an event again, this time in Call of Duty Black Ops at MLG Columbus.

They went into this event with another different roster, with Dedo and John joining the ever-present Moho and ASSASS1N.

This would be their first of many Black Ops events as an organization, although the roster would change many times.

Here they were unable to take away a win, but still managed a very respectable 3rd against a field including an incredibly strong OpTic Gaming team of BigTymeR, Rambo, MerK and JKap.

They took away their $4,000 and headed off to MLG Anaheim 2011 just under 2 months later.

Here they would come one step closer to that win, finishing 2nd and taking home $6,000, with PHiZZURP and TwiZz on the roster instead of Dedo and Moho.

Yet again they were beaten by very talented opponents, with this time it being Quantic LeveraGe, made up of ACHES, TeePee, Scumpi and ProoFy.

One month later there were able to get that win at MLG Raleigh, beating a Collapse roster made up of TuQuick, Parasite, Apathy and Pikachu to take away $10,000.

However, FeaR were unable to turn this win into another at MLG Orlando, as they placed a slightly disappointing 4th, taking away $2,800, with OpTic able to take another win.

Their Black Ops season would not end on a high, as they were only able to place a disappointing 8th at the MLG National Championship 2011, with Quantic Nex-TT-hreat, which included the likes of Censor and Vengeance, able to come away with a win and $50,000.

Modern Warfare 3 Following a season of varied success in Black Ops, FeaR would go on to compete in 2 Modern Warfare 3 events.

The first of these was the UMG Invitational, which took place in Chicago, Illinois.

They would go into this with a very different looking roster of John, KiLLa, PHiZZURP and Ricky.

Here they would place first, taking home $2,400 with an Obey squad featuring NameLeSs placing in second.

At EGL 7, FeaR were unable to find such success, placing 4th and taking away $1,300.

Black Ops 2 FeaR would go into Black Ops 2 with yet another new look roster of Moho, ASSASS1N, Sharp and John for the Call of Duty Championship 2013.

Here, against a very strong field including the likes of Fariko.Impact, EnVyUs, OpTic Gaming and compLexity.

FeaR would be able to come away with a placing of 5th as well as $70,000, finishing above European giants Epsilon eSports.

However, despite this relative success FeaR would not compete at another event until UMG Dallas 6 months later.

They, yet again, had a new look squad of Loony, Moho, Pacman and Whea7s, but they could only manage a 6th place finish, taking away no prize money.

Advanced Warfare and Beyond The new FeaR roster for Call of Duty Advanced Warfare is Moho, ASSASS1N, Dedo and Neslo.

The team will now be looking for success at the up and coming MLG Columbus event and further into the future.

They would get 17-20th Place at MLG Columbus 2014, Team FeaR has not competed at an event since.

CompLexity Gaming

CompLexity Gaming

CompLexity Gaming

CompLexity Gaming is a professional esports team which was founded by Jason “1” Lake in 2003 as a Counter Strike 1.6 clan. They are one of the world’s premier professional gaming brands and a global leader in esports entertainment.

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