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Enemy
Enemy logo.png
DISBANDED
Team Information
LocationNorth America
Manager(s)Sean "Hadaka" Mulryan
Social Media
[https://www.facebook.com/EnemyEsports Enemy Esports ]

Enemy is a North American team. They were originally branded as Enemy eSports.

History

Enemy eSports was founded in 2012 by Dan "Clerkie" Clerke, Robert "Chachi" Stemmler, and James "JR3" Ryan. Their organization is reachable in the League of Legends client chat "NME" on the NA server.

2014 Season

Enemy acquired the roster of Also Known As (AKA) in spring of 2014 to represent them in the NACS. The roster consisted of Potato Zero, Stan007, Jayel, KTY, SleepingDAWG, and Papa Chau. Leara (manager) and Angel (analyst) joined as support staff.[1] Unfortunately the team was unable to qualify for the NACS.

2015 Preseason

On September 30th, Enemy eSports announced their new roster for the Spring Expansion tournament.[2] cackgod, Inori, Wolfsclaw, Otter, and Bodydrop competed under the name "The Cackson 5" in the ranked 5s ladder to qualify for the tournament. At the time of the ladder lock, they were ranked second behind Team Coast's team.

Enemy eSports placed second in the Fall NA Black Monster Cup, beating Boreal eSports and Zenith eSports before falling to Team LoLPro in the finals.

On November 17th, after winning their first-round match against Noble Truth in the Expansion Tournament 2-0, Enemy announced a partnership with Azubu.[3][4] The team then lost 0-2 to Team Fusion in the second round, against MakNooN's Poppy both games.

After elimination from the Expansion Tournament, Enemy eSports underwent roster tryouts. The roster listed for the NACL New Year's Kick-off Tournament included Flaresz, Cackgod, Innox, Otter, and Bodydrop, with LOD and Wolfe as substitutes.

During late December, Enemy management decided on a Challenger Series roster of Flaresz top, Innox mid, Otter and Bodydrop in the bottom lane, and former H2K jungler and European Challenger Series winner Trashy. In early January 2015, the team moved into a gaming house in Corona, California. Unfortunately, due to Bodydrop's flight being delayed, the team needed to use a substitute support player in the ESL Pro Series Season XI, and took an upset loss against Monster Kittens.

2015 Season

A couple weeks later, Enemy played in the North American Challenger Series qualifiers as the #1 seed from the Ranked 5's ladder and qualified for the Challenger Series with 2-0 victories over Arbiters and Darkness.

Enemy finished the Challenger season as the top team with a 9-1 record, dropping only one game to Team Fusion. In the playoffs, they defeated Final Five and then Team Dragon Knights and successfully qualified for the Summer LCS split. After the team's LCS qualification, CEO Dan "clerkie" Clerke received an offer for $1.2 million to sell the team; however, he declined it, stating the members of the organization "...believe in this roster. These players have risked so much in the hunt for their dream, we want to take this journey with them."[5][6] Prior to the start of the summer split, Enemy dropped the "eSports" from their name and rebranded themselves as just Enemy.

Enemy's summer split performance was rocky, and they didn't finish higher than seventh place a single week after the second. They ended the split in ninth place, one game above Team Dragon Knights, narrowly avoiding autorelegation. However, in the 2016 Spring Promotion tournament, Enemy lost 3-0 to Team Coast and were sent to the Challenger Series.

2016 Season

Enemy rebuilt their roster completely for the 2016 season, with only otter remaining on the team from 2015 and i KeNNy u, Obvious, Wolfe, and Trance filling out the rest of their roster.[7] They were the only team not to make a single roster substitution for the entirety of the NACS spring season, but they finished in last place, with a 0-2-3 win-tie-loss record. In April, Enemy sold their NACS Summer Qualifier seed to Cloud9 Challenger.

Timeline

2014

2015

2016

Player Roster

Active


Former

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Organization

Current

|- |USA | Clerkie |Dan Clerke |Co-Owner/Chief Executive Officer

|- |USA | Chachi |Robert Stemmler |Co-Owner/Chief Operating Officer

|- |USA | Frank |Franklin Villarreal |Co-Owner/Business Relations

|- |USA | JR3 |James Ryan |Co-Owner/Sports Liason

|- |USA | Once |Marc Cannon |Chief Financial Officer

|- |USA | Hadaka |Sean Mulryan |General Manager

|- |USA | ImChase |Chase Geddes |Head Analyst



Former

|- |USA | Fragnat1c |Cole Gregory |Assistant Coach/Personal Trainer |Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.png Counter Logic Gaming

|- |USA | Dreamweaver |James Bates |Head Analyst/Assistant Coach |Template:None

|- |USA | Jammy |Chris Fields |Director of Sponsorships/Chief Operating Officer |Template:None |- |Canada | xDaku |Hussain Moosvi |Assistant Coach |Misfits NAlogo std.png Misfits NA |- |South Korea | HKillness |Hudson Kim |Stats Analyst |BrawL.NAlogo std.png BrawL.NA |- |USA | |Weldon Green |Sport Psychologist |Copenhagen Wolveslogo std.png Copenhagen Wolves

|- |USA | Leara |Paul Leara |Manager |Team Liquidlogo std.png TL Academy

Results

  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
<center>
Date Place Event Result Opponent Prize Roster
2014-12-17 Gold.png BMCup Small.png BMC NA 2014 Winter 2 : 0 Logo std2.png Glory Eternal $ 7,500
2014-11-23 5-8th NA LCS 2015 logo small.png NA LCS 2015 Spring Expansion 0 : 2 Team Fusionlogo std.png FSN - cackgodInoriWolfeotterBodydrop
2014-11-03 Silver.png BMCup Small.png BMC NA 2014 Fall 1 : 2 Team LoLPrologo std.png LoLPro $ 3,500
</center>
<center>
Date Place Event Result Opponent Prize Roster
2015-09-06 NQ CS NA logo.png NA LCS 2016 Spring Promotion 0 : 3 Team Coastlogo std.png CST - FlareszTrashyInnoXotterBodydropYoungBuck
2015-07-26 9th NA LCS 2015 logo small.png NA LCS 2015 Summer Split 4 - 14
Round Robin
- FlareszTrashyInnoXotterBodydropLazyfragnat1c
2015-03-25 Gold.png CS NA logo.png NACS 2015 Spring Split 9 - 1
Round Robin
- FlareszTrashyInnoXotterBodydrop
2015-02-04 Q CS NA logo.png NACS 2015 Spring Qualifier 2 : 0 Logo std2.png darkness $ 7,500 FlareszTrashyInnoXotterBodydrop
</center>
<center> No results
Date Place Event Result Opponent Prize Roster
</center>

Highlight Videos

Interviews

2014

2015

Articles

2014

2015

Other Content

2014

2015

See Also

External Links

References