Team Solomid

Location: North America

Overall Earnings: $1,700,000+

Games Represented: League of Legends, Hearthstone, Counter Strike: Global Offesive, Super Smash Bros., Vain Glory

Established: 2011

Team Solomid (TSM) began back in 2011 with a League of Legends team which is one of the most decorated teams to date. Led by the orginal mid laner and current organization owner, Andy ‘Reginald’ Dinh, Team Solo Mid’s League of Legends team had a roster loaded with talent and personality, quickly launching them into the eSports limelight. The team has since attended 6 seasons of League of Legends Championship Series, nurturing new talent and bringing in veterans along the way. The original roster has long been cycled out but the one thing that has never changed is the brand, the attitude and the fans. At any LCS event you can hear the fans chanting. “TSM… TSM… TSM…”

The League of Legends team currently features mid-lane superstar, Soren “Bjergsen” Bjerg, long-time NA superstar ADC, Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng, versatile jungler, Dennis “Svenskeren” Johnsen, reliable top lane, Kevin “Hauntzer” Yarnel and newcomer Vincent “Biofrost” Wang. With its current roster the team has completed the LCS Summer Split with a 17-1 record, finishing the regular season in first place.

Team Solomid’s Hearthstone Players are two talented and popular Twitch personalities, Octavian “Kripparrian” Morosan and Jeffrey “Trump” Shih. Between the two of them, they have over 1,500,000 followers on Twitch.

Their Super Smash Bros. Melee players consist of the infamous ‘Godslayer’ Leffen and ZeRo. Leffen has been the newest, top tier player to enter the Melee scene in the last 6 years, taking wins and tournaments over some of the oldest known, legendary Melee players.

In 2015, Team Solomid had a formidable Danish CS:GO roster. As one of the few teams that was consistently able to pose a threat to Fnatic during the Swedish team’s prime, the TSM roster consistently made deep tournament runs throughout the year. However, after the Danish roster left Team Solomid to form their own player-run organization in December of that year, TSM entered 2016 with a new roster of both familiar and fresh North American faces. While TSM’s current CS:GO roster hasn’t had much in the way of results yet due to the team’s lack of LAN experience among the younger players their future looks to be tempered by the inclusion of Counter-Strike veteran Kory “Semphis” Friesen and Pujan “FNS” Mehta.