|Dates Active||Dec 2017 - Present|
SuperEsports is an esports organization based in Taiwan. Their League of Legends team formed in December 2017.
On December 25th, the establishment of SuperEsports was announced. In conjunction with ahq e-Sports Club and Juang Jing Vocational High School, the organization created the S.E. Super Competition College to promote public awareness of esports and the development of the esports industry in Taiwan. Some of the college's goals included training future esports talents, such as hosts, analysts, coaches and players, through its educational programs, planning esports events in conjunction with other organizations, and executing public awareness campaigns with an emphasis on informing others about the nature of esports and increasing overall enthusiasm in the esports industry.
On July 22nd of 2018, the team played its first match in the ECS 2018 Summer Split. Ultimately, they placed 4th overall. In the ECS 2018 Summer Playoffs, they also faced a similar fate as they placed 4th after suffering a 1-2 defeat against the now disbanded team, 17 Academy.
In the 2019 spring season, they showcased their full potential as they placed 1st in both the ECS 2019 Spring Split and the ECS 2019 Spring Playoffs. On April 25th, the team was scheduled to compete in the LMS 2019 Summer Promotion. However, on April 23rd, Riot Games permanently banned their opponents, Dragon Gate, as they were found guilty of match-fixing and wagering. Consequently, SuperEsports was automatically promoted to the LMS.
|Chen Tien-Chih (陳添志)||Naz||CEO|
|Wu Yi-Xi (吳依稀)||1c||Coach|
|Chou Li-Yen (周莅晏)||NaNa||Coach|
|Real Name||IGN||Position||⇒||New Team|
|Chen Chen-Chi (陳振齊)||Achie||Head Coach||⇒||MAD|
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