List of Warcraft III championships

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This is a list of international competitive video-gaming championship events for Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos and Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne.

Individual competitions[edit]

2020[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
DreamHack Anaheim

United States Anaheim

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub Ukraine Andriy "Foggy" Koren (3rd-4th place) Russia Dmitry "Happy" Kostin (3rd-4th place)

2019[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
Warcraft Gold League Winter

China Shanghai

South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon Russia Dmitry "Happy" Kostin China Xu "Romantic" Yuxing China Huang "TH000" Xiang
NetEase Esports X Tournament Autumn

China Foshan

China Wang "Infi" Xuwen South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho China Huang "TH000" Xiang (3rd/4th place) China Guo "eer0" Zixiang (3rd/4th place)
World Cyber Games

China Xi'an

China Wang "Infi" Xuwen China Huang "TH000" Xiang South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho Russia Sergey "HawK" Shcherbakov
Warcraft Gold League Summer

China Shanghai

Russia Dmitry "Happy" Kostin South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho China Huang "TH000" Xiang (3rd/4th place) China Guo "eer0" Zixiang (3rd/4th place)
NetEase Esports X Tournament Spring

China Shanghai

China Huang "TH000" Xiang China Wang "Infi" Xuwen China Park "Lyn" Joon South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
W-League

China Shanghai

China Huang "TH000" Xiang South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho South Korea Jo "LawLiet" Ju Yeon China Guo "eer0" Zixiang
H & W China vs Korea Masters

China Beijing

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho South Korea Jo "LawLiet" Ju Yeon South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon China Guo "eer0" Zixiang
Warcraft Gold League 2018 Grand Finals

China Beijing

China Wang "Infi" Xuwen China Huang "TH000" Xiang China Lai "Colorful" Yongyun China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang

2018[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
Warcraft Gold League Winter

China Shanghai

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho Ukraine Andriy "Foggy" Koren China Wang "Infi" Xuwen South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
Master's Coliseum

China Shanghai

China Guo "eer0" Zixiang China Wang "Infi" Xuwen South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon (3rd/4th place) Ukraine Andriy "Foggy" Koren (3rd/4th place)
Golden Championship Series Summer

China Shanghai

China Huang "TH000" Xiang China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang China Wang "Infi" Xuwen South Korea Jo "LawLiet" Ju Yeon
Golden Championship Series 2017 Grand Finals

China Shanghai

China Guo "eer0" Zixiang China Huang "TH000" Xiang China Xu "Romantic" Yuxing (3rd/4th place) China Wang "Infi" Xuwen (3rd/4th place)

2017[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
Golden Championship Series Winter

China Shanghai

China Huang "TH000" Xiang Ukraine Andriy "Foggy" Koren South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub South Korea Lee "Check" Hyung Joo
Golden Championship Series Summer

China Shanghai

China Guo "eer0" Zixiang China Wang "Infi" Xuwen Ukraine Andriy "Foggy" Koren China Xu "Romantic" Yuxing
Neo Star League Season 4

China Shanghai

China Huang "TH000" Xiang South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik China Wang "Infi" Xuwen
Gold Championship Series 2016 Grand Finals

China Shanghai

China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang China Wu "WFZ" Fazhen China Huang "TH000" Xiang China Guo "eer0" Zixiang

2016[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
Golden Championship Series Fall

China Shanghai

China Guo "eer0" Zixiang South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon Ukraine Andriy "Foggy" Koren China Huang "TH000" Xiang
World Cyber Arena

China Yinchuan

South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon South Korea Jo Ju "LawLiet" Yeon China Huang "TH000" Xiang China Yu "Yumiko" Jiankai
Pro-Gamer League

China Wuhan

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho China Huang "TH000" Xiang South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang
Golden Championship Series Spring

China Shanghai

China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang China Guo "eer0" Zixiang South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho China Wang "Infi" Xuwen
Golden Championship Series

China Shanghai

China Wang "Infi" Xuwen China Guo "eer0" Zixiang South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho

2015[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
PGL - Return of the Kings

China Beijing

China Wang "Infi" Xuwen South Korea Lee "Check" Hyung Joo China Yu "Yumiko" Jiankai South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik
World Cyber Arena

China Yinchuan

China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang Germany Marc "yAwS" Förster South Korea Jo Ju "LawLiet" Yeon China Huang "TH000" Xiang

2014[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
World Cyber Arena

China Yinchuan

China Wang "Infi" Xuwen China Yu "Yumiko" Jiankai China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang China Huang "TH000" Xiang
World E-sport Championships

China Hangzhou

China Wang "Infi" Xuwen South Korea Lee "ReprisaL" Jong Seok Russia Sergey "HawK" Shcherbakov China Yu "Yumiko" Jiankai

2013[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
World Cyber Games

China Kunshan

China Huang "TH000" Xiang South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub China Ren "EleGaNt" Jingyang

2012[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
World Cyber Games[1]

China Kunshan

China Zeng "TeD" Zhuo China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho

2011[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
World Cyber Games[2]

South Korea Busan

South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang Russia Sergey "HawK" Shcherbakov
International E-Sports Festival[3]

South Korea Yongin

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon China Wang "Infi" Xuwen South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook

2010[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
International E-Sports Festival[4]

China Wuhan

China Wang "Infi" Xuwen China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang China Huang "TH000" Xiang Russia Nikita "nicker" Pomadov
World Cyber Games

United States Los Angeles

South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon Russia Nikita "nicker" Pomadov
World e-Sports Masters

China Hangzhou

China Huang "TH000" Xiang South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon China Zeng "TeD" Zhuo South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik
Electronic Sports World Cup[5]

France Paris

South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik Russia Dmitry "Happy" Kostin
Battle.Net Season VIII (BlizzCon)[6]

United States Anaheim

South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik China Wang "Infi" Xuwen South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
e-Stars Seoul 2010 Kotg[7]

South Korea Seoul

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon Russia Dmitry "Happy" Kostin
NGL-ONE Season 6[8]

Germany Berlin

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub

2009[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
International E-Sports Festival[9]

South Korea Suwon

China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang China Wang "Infi" Xuwen China Huang "TH000" Xiang China Zeng "TeD" Zhuo
PGL Championship Challenge[10]

China Beijing

China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng China Lu"Fly100%" Weiliang China Huang "TH000" Xiang South Korea Lee "Check" Hyung Joo
Electronic Sports World Cup[11]

South Korea Cheonan

Spain Pedro "LucifroN" Moreno Duran South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang Russia Dmitry "Happy" Kostin
World Cyber Games

China Chengdu

China Wang "Infi" Xuwen China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon Russia Dmitry "Happy" Kostin
International Electronic Sport Tournament

China Beijing

China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng South Korea Lee "Check" Hyung Joo South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon Russia Dmitry "Happy" Kostin
Intel Extreme Masters
Season IV -
Global Challenge
[12]

China Chengdu

China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub
Battle.Net Season VII (BlizzCon)[13]

United States Anaheim

South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen South Korea Yoon "SocceR" Deok Man South Korea Park "Shy" Chul Woo
e-Stars Seoul 2009 Kotg[14]

South Korea Seoul

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon China Lu "Fly100% Weiliang South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
ProGamer League IV[15]

China Chengdu

China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng South Korea Jang "WhO" Doo Sub (3rd/4th place) China Wang "Infi" Xuwen (3rd/4th place)

2008[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
International E-Sports Festival[16]

China Wuhan

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng France Yoan "ToD" Merlo China Wang "Infi" Xuwen
Make Games Colorful [17]

China Wuhan

China Zeng "TeD" Zhuo China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang China Su "suhO" Hao South Korea Jo "FoV" Dae Hui
World Cyber Games[18]

Germany Cologne

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho Russia Dmitry "Happy" Kostin Ukraine Mykhaylo "HoT" Novopashyn
World e-Sports Masters[19]

China Hangzhou

China Wang "Infi" Xuwen South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
Battle.Net Season VI (BlizzCon)[20]

United States Anaheim

South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon Spain Pedro "LucifroN" Moreno Duran Russia Dmitry "Happy" Kostin South Korea Lee "Check" Hyung Joo
Electronic Sports World Cup[11]

United States San José

South Korea Jang "WhO" Doo Sub China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng China Zeng "TeD" Zhuo South Korea Kang "ReiGn" Seo Woo
Blizzard Worldwide Invitational[21]

France Paris

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen (3rd/4th place) China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng (3rd/4th place)
ProGamer League III[22]

China Beijing

China Huang "TH000" Xiang South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng (3rd/4th place) China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang (3rd/4th place)
KODE5[23]

Russia Moscow

China Wang "Infi" Xuwen South Korea Yoon "SocceR" Deok Man South Korea Park "Shy" Chul Woo Germany Dennis "HasuObs" Schneider
ProGamer League II[24]

China Beijing

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng South Korea Chun "Sweet" Jung Hee China Sun "xiaOt" Liwei

2007[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
World Cyber Games[25]

United States Seattle

Norway Olav "Creolophus" Undheim China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho Russia Mikhail "XyLigan" Ryabkov
Battle.Net Season V (BlizzCon)[26]

United States Anaheim

Norway Olav "Creolophus" Undheim South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen South Korea Park "Shy" Chul Woo
Electronic Sports World Cup[27]

France Paris

South Korea Lee "SoJu" Seong Deok Norway Olav "Creolophus" Undheim Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
Blizzard Worldwide Invitational[28]

South Korea Seoul

France Yoan "ToD" Merlo South Korea Jo "FoV" Dae Hui China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng (3rd/4th place) South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho (3rd/4th place)
WSVG China[29]

China Wuhan

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng South Korea Oh "Susiria" Jung Ki Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
International E-Sports Festival[30][31]

South Korea Seoul

China Wang "Infi" Xuwen South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon China Sun "xiaOt" Liwei South Korea Kim "GoStop" Dong Moon
Game-X[32]

Russia Moscow

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho South Korea Jo "FoV" Dae Hui Russia Andrey "Deadman" Sobolev South Korea Chun "Sweet" Jung Hee
Battle.Net Season IV[33]

Germany Cologne

South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen France Yoan "ToD" Merlo

2006[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
World Series of Video Games[34]

United States New York

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen South Korea Chun "Sweet" Jung Hee South Korea Jo "FoV" Dae Hui United States Dennis "Shortround" Chan
International Electronic Sports Tournament[35]

China Beijing

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev
World Cyber Games[36]

Italy Monza

China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng France Yoan "ToD" Merlo Ukraine Mykhaylo "HoT" Novopashyn Russia Mikhail "XyLigan" Ryabkov
Electronic Sports World Cup[37]

France Paris

South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook Croatia Ivica "Zeus" Marković China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev
KODE5[38]

China Beijing

Russia Andrey "Deadman" Sobolev France Yoan "ToD" Merlo Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen South Korea Jo "FoV" Dae Hui
ProGamer League[39]

China Beijing

China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang South Korea Jo "FoV" Dae Hui South Korea Lee "Check" Hyung Joo
World e-Sports Festival[40]

China Qing Dao

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen France Yoan "ToD" Merlo China Su "suhO" Hao Sweden Kim "SaSe" Hammar
World e-Sports Games Masters[41]

China Hangzhou

France Yoan "ToD" Merlo Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
Battle.Net Season III (Blizzard Worldwide Invitational)[42]

South Korea Seoul

South Korea Chun "Sweet" Jung Hee Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen South Korea Kim "ShowTime" Dae Ho South Korea Hong "FarSeer" Won Ui

2005[edit]

[43] Gold Silver Bronze 4th
World E-Sport Games III[44]

South Korea Seoul

South Korea Chun "Sweet" Jung Hee South Korea Kim Dong "Gostop" Moon South Korea Jae Wook "Lucifer" Noh Sweden Björn "ElakeDuck" Ödman
China Internet Gaming[45]

China Shanghai

South Korea Jo "FoV" Dae Hui France Yoan "ToD" Merlo South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik
World Cyber Games[46]

Singapore Singapore

China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng United States Dennis "Shortround" Chan Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
BlizzCon[47]

United States Anaheim

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen South Korea Hwang "Zacard" Tae Min France Yoan "ToD" Merlo United States Dennis "Shortround" Chan
Electronic Sports World Cup[48]

France Paris

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen Russia Andrey "Deadman" Sobolev South Korea Kang "ReiGn" Seo Woo China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng
Cyberathlete Professional League Summer[49]

United States Grapevine

France Yoan "ToD" Merlo Bulgaria Dimitar "DIDI8" Aleksandrov Sweden Björn "ElakeDuck" Ödman United States David "Suboshi" Lynch
ACON 5[50]

China Xi'an

China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik Russia Andrey "Deadman" Sobolev Germany Daniel "Miou" Holthuis
World E-Sport Games II[44]

South Korea Seoul

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho South Korea Kim Dong "Gostop" Moon Lithuania Gediminas "WinneR" Rimkus United States Dennis "Shortround" Chan
World E-Sport Games I[44]

South Korea Seoul

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho South Korea Hwang "Zacard" Tae Min China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng China Zhou "MagicYang" Chen

2004[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
World Cyber Games[51]

United States San Francisco

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen South Korea Hwang "Zacard" Tae Min France Yoan "ToD" Merlo United States Dennis "Shortround" Chan
Electronic Sports World Cup[52]

France Poitiers

South Korea Jo "FoV" Dae Hui Sweden Fredrik "MaDFroG" Johansson Sweden Alborz "HeMaN" Haidarian South Korea Chun "Sweet" Jung Hee
ACON 4[53]

China Shanghai

United States Matthew "Wizard" Anderson Russia Andrey "Deadman" Sobolev South Korea Chun "Sweet" Jung Hee China Su "suhO" Hao
Blizzard Worldwide Invitational[54]

South Korea Seoul

Sweden Fredrik "MaDFroG" Johansson Singapore Jonathan "duckie" Tan Wei Zhong China Lu "TrustMyself" Aodan South Korea SeoWoo "ReiGn" Kang
Cyber X Gaming[55]

United States Las Vegas

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen United States Matthew "Wizard" Anderson Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev Croatia Ivica "Zeus" Marković

2003[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
World Cyber Games[56]

South Korea Seoul

Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev China Guo "ChinaHuman" Bin Romania Sorin "EviscEratoR" Popescu Chinese Taipei Chun Yu "ShaMan" Shen
Electronic Sports World Cup[57]

France Poitiers

Sweden Alborz "HeMaN" Haidarian Sweden Fredrik "MaDFroG" Johansson France Antoine "FaTC" Zadri France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
clikarena[58]

France Toulouse

Bulgaria Dimitar "DIDI8" Aleksandrov Russia Ivan "Soul" Demidov Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev South Korea Yim Hyo "Anyppi" Jin
Cyberathlete Professional League Cannes[59]

France Cannes

France Eric "InToX" Dieulangard Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev Bulgaria Dimitar "DIDI8" Aleksandrov Russia Ivan "Soul" Demidov

Team competitions[edit]

2020[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
Warcraft Gold Team League Summer 2020

China Online

ELL

China Guo "eer0" Zixiang
South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
South Korea Jo "LawLiet" Ju Yeon

China Rogue Warriors

China Wang "Infi" Xuwen
China Huang "TH000" Xiang
China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang

China LP Club

China Lai "Colorful" Yongyun
South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub
China Xu "Fortitude" Yuxing
China Chen "XiaoKK" Zuo

South Korea Rise Again

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
South Korea Noh "Michael" Jae Wook
South Korea Roh "ThundeR" Jin Wook

NetEase Esports X Tournament - Winter

China Shanghai

China LP Club

China Lai "Colorful" Yongyun
South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub
China Xu "Romantic" Yuxing
China Chen "XiaoKK" Zuo

China Rogue Warriors

China Wang "Infi" Xuwen
China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang
China Huang "TH000" Xiang

China 'Newbee

South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
South Korea Jo "LawLiet" Ju Yeon
China Guo "eer0" Zixiang

China Lucky Future

South Korea Jeon "Soin" Jin Hwan
China Wu "WFZ" Fazhen
China Wang "ice orc" Changpeng
Russia Dmitry "Happy" Kostin

2019[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
NetEase Esports X Tournament - Winter

China Guangzhou

South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
South Korea Jo "LawLiet" Ju Yeon
South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
South Korea Lee "Check" Hyung Joo
China Lai "Colorful" Yongyun

China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang"
South Korea Moon "Chaemiko" Chae Young
China Yan "Life" Hao

China Guo "eer0" Zixiang
South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub
South Korea Jeon "Soin" Jin Hwan

2018[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
NetEase Esports X Tournament - Summer

China Guangzhou

South Korea South Korea

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
South Korea Jeon "Soin" Jin Hwan
South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub
South Korea Jo "LawLiet" Ju Yeon

China China

China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang
China Huang "TH000" Xiang
China Wang "Infi" Xuwen
China Guo "eer0" Zixiang
China Lai "Colorful" Yongyun

Only two teams participated Only two teams participated

2016[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
Golden Championship Series Fall 2v2

China Shanghai

China "Hainiu"
China Zeng "TeD" Zhou

China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang
China Zhou "Zhou_Xixi" Xixi

China Yu "Yumiko" Jiankai
China Wu "WFZ" Fazhen

South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub
South Korea Jo "LawLiet" Ju Yeon

World Cyber Arena - China vs. Korea

China Beijing / Shanghai

South Korea South Korea

South Korea Jo "LawLiet" Ju Yeon
South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub
South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik
South Korea Lee "Check" Hyung Joo

China China

China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang
China Wang "Infi" Xuwen
China Huang "TH000" Xiang
China Guo "eer0" Zixiang
China Yan "Life" Hao

Only two teams participated Only two teams participated
Golden Championship Series Spring 2v2

China Shanghai

China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang
China Zhou "Zhou_Xixi" Xixi

China Yu "Yumiko" Jiankai
China Wu "WFZ" Fazhen

China "Kingstod"
China Chen "XiaoKK" Zuo

China "MoLi"
China "MonMon"

2015[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
Golden Championship Series 2v2

China Shanghai

South Korea Lee "Check" Hyung Joo
China Zeng "TeD" Zhou

China "Hainiu"
China "Kingstod"

China Yu "Yumiko" Jiankai
China Wu "WFZ" Fazhen

China "cuplbie"
China "TJ"

2010[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
Warcraft III Champions League Season XVI[60] South Korea Wemade FOX

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
South Korea Yoon "SocceR" Deok Man

Germany MeetYourMakers.WC3

South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik
Spain Pedro "LucifroN" Moreno Duran

Netherlands Serious Gaming

Sweden Hjalmar "DowaQ" Högberg
South Korea Kim "viOLet" Dong Hwan

China World Elite

China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng
China Zeng "TeD" Zhuo
China Wang "Infi" Xuwen
China Li "Like" Kejing
China Li "Future" Shenghui
China Su "suhO" Hao

2009[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
Warcraft III Champions League Season XV[61]

China Beijing

Germany Wicked e-Sports

South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub
South Korea Park "Shy" Chul Woo
South Korea Jo "MinHyuk" Min Hyuk
South Korea Park "Space" Seung Hyun

Germany mousesports

Germany Dennis "HasuObs" Schneider
South Korea Jo "FoV" Dae Hui
China Huang"TH000" Xiang
China Lu "Fly100% Weiliang

United States Evil Geniuses

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
Russia Dmitry "Happy" Kostin
Denmark Rene "Ciara" Krag

Germany nGize

South Korea Lee "Check" Hyung Joo
United Kingdom Benjamin "DeMuslim" Baker
Spain Pedro "LucifroN" Moreno Duran
Denmark Thomas "ThomasG" Glinski
United States Nicholas "ShrieK" Whittier

Warcraft III Champions League Season XIV[62]

China Chengdu

China World Elite

China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng
China Zeng "TeD" Zhuo
China Wang "Infi" Xuwen
China Li "Like" Kejing

Germany SK Gaming

South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik
South Korea Lee "SoJu" Seong Deok
South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
South Korea Kang "ReiGn" Seo Woo
South Korea Kim "viOLet" Dong Hwan

Denmark MeetYourMakers

South Korea Oh "Susiria" Jung Ki
South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook
South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
South Korea Yoon "SocceR" Deok Man
Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen

Australia fnatic

South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub
South Korea Park "Shy" Chul Woo
South Korea Dae "Kei" Deok Yoon
South Korea Jo "MinHyuk" Min Hyuk

2008[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
NGL One season V[63]

Germany Berlin

Germany mTw

South Korea Lee "Check" Hyung Joo
South Korea Jo "FoV" Dae Hui
South Korea Jang "WhO" Doo Sub
South Korea Kim "WinNers" Jin Woo

Germany SK Gaming

South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik
South Korea Lee "SoJu" Seong Deok
South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
South Korea Kang "ReiGn" Seo Woo

Denmark MeetYourMakers

South Korea Oh "Susiria" Jung Ki
South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook
South Korea Yoon "SocceR" Deok Man
South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen

Only three teams attended at LAN finals
Warcraft III Champions League Season XIII[64]

China Changsha

Denmark MeetYourMakers

South Korea Oh "Susiria" Jung Ki
South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook
South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen

Germany mousesports

France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
Germany Dennis "HasuObs" Schneider
China Lu "Fly100% Weiliang
China Yu "Yumiko" Jiankai

Germany SK Gaming

South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik
South Korea Lee "SoJu" Seong Deok
South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
South Korea Kang "ReiGn" Seo Woo

China World Elite

China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng
China Su "suhO" Hao
China Zeng "TeD" Zhuo
China Wang "Infi" Xuwen
China Li "Like" Kejing

Road of the King[65]

China Wuhan

China World Elite

China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng
China Su "suhO" Hao
China Zeng "TeD" Zhuo
China Wang "Infi" Xuwen
China Li "Like" Kejing

Germany SK Gaming

South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik
South Korea Lee "SoJu" Seong Deok
South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
South Korea Kang "ReiGn" Seo Woo

Denmark MeetYourMakers

South Korea Oh "Susiria" Jung Ki
South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook
South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen

Australia fnatic

South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub
South Korea Park "Shy" Chul Woo
South Korea Park "Space" Seung Hyun
South Korea Jo "MinHyuk" Min Hyuk

NGL One season IV[66]

Germany Berlin

Denmark MeetYourMakers

South Korea Oh "Susiria" Jung Ki
South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook
South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub
South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho

Germany SK Gaming

South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik
South Korea Lee "SoJu" Seong Deok
South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
South Korea Kang "ReiGn" Seo Woo

Germany mousesports

France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
Germany Dennis "HasuObs" Schneider
Sweden Kim "SaSe" Hammar
Russia Dmitriy "Happy" Kostin

Germany mTw

South Korea Kim "Rainbow" Tae In
Germany Lars-Gerriet "Protois" Reichelt
Canada Jonathan "KiWiKaKi" Garneau
Belarus Yaroslav "NightSniper" Kuznetsov

2007[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
Warcraft III Champions League Season XII[67]

Germany Cologne

Germany SK Gaming

South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik
South Korea Lee "SoJu" Seong Deok
South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev
Germany Daniel "miou" Holthuis
Germany Daniel "XlorD" Spenst

Denmark MeetYourMakers

South Korea Oh "Susiria" Jung Ki
South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook
South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub

China World Elite

China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng
China Su "suhO" Hao
China Zeng "TeD" Zhuo
China Wang "Infi" Xuwen
China Li "Like" Kejing

China Beijing E-Sports Team

South Korea Lee "Check" Hyung Joo
South Korea Jo "FoV" Dae Hui
South Korea Jang "WhO" Doo Sub
South Korea Kim "WinNers" Jin Woo
South Korea Chun "Sweet" Jung Hee

NGL One season III[68]

Germany Leipzig

Denmark MeetYourMakers

South Korea Oh "Susiria" Jung Ki
South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook
South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub
South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho

Germany mousesports

China Lu "Fly100% Weiliang
Germany Dennis "HasuObs" Schneider
Sweden Kim "SaSe" Hammar
Russia Dmitriy "Happy" Kostin

United Kingdom Four Kings

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
Norway Olav "Creolophus" Undheim
Sweden Sebastian "FuRy" Pesic
Croatia Ivica "Zeus" Marković

Germany SK Gaming

Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev
Germany Andrew "Fire_de" Regendantz
Germany Tobias "ownitsch" Jacob
Germany Daniel "XlorD" Spenst
Germany Daniel "miou" Holthuis

Stars War IV[69]

China Shanghai

South Korea CovaNoil

South Korea Jo "FoV" Dae Hui
South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
South Korea Lee "SoJu" Seong Deok
South Korea Kim Sung "ReMinD" Sik
South Korea Kang "ReiGn" Seo Woo

European Union Romantic Elves

France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
Russia Yura "Neytpoh" Karev
Sweden Kim "SaSe" Hammar
Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen

China Kylin

China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng
China Su "suhO" Hao
China Zeng "TeD" Zhuo
China Wang "Infi" Xuwen

China Dragon

China Lu "Fly100% Weiliang
China Sun "xiaOt" Liwei
China Yanchao "Lyc" Lv
China Cheng Long "Sai" Zhou

Warcraft III Champions League Season XI[70]

Germany Hamburg

China World Elite

China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng
South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik
South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
South Korea Lee "SoJu" Seong Deok
South Korea Kang "ReiGn" Seo Woo

United Kingdom Four Kings

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
Norway Olav "Creolophus" Undheim
Sweden Sebastian "FuRy" Pesic
Croatia Ivica "Zeus" Marković

Denmark MeetYourMakers

South Korea Oh "Susiria" Jung Ki
South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook
South Korea Park "EVE" Jae Shin
South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub

Germany SK Gaming

Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev
Germany Andrew "Fire_de" Regendantz
Ukraine Mykhaylo "HoT" Novopashyn
Germany Daniel "XlorD" Spenst
Germany Daniel "miou" Holthuis

NGL One season II[71]

Germany Hanover

China World Elite

South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik
South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
South Korea Lee "SoJu" Seong Deok
South Korea Kang "ReiGn" Seo Woo

Denmark MeetYourMakers

South Korea Oh "Susiria" Jung Ki
South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook
South Korea Eom "FoCuS" Hyo Sub
South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho

United Kingdom Four Kings

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
Norway Olav "Creolophus" Undheim
Sweden Sebastian "FuRy" Pesic
Croatia Ivica "Zeus" Marković

Australia fnatic Team

Sweden Frederic "triMble" Steinfeld
Netherlands Kevin "RotterdaM" van der Kooi
Sweden Björn "ElakeDuck" Ödman
Finland Samuli "elfittaja" Sihvonen

Warcraft III Champions League Season X[72]

Germany Cologne

United Kingdom Four Kings

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
Norway Olav "Creolophus" Undheim
Sweden Sebastian "FuRy" Pesic
Croatia Ivica "Zeus" Marković

Denmark MeetYourMakers

South Korea Oh "Susiria" Jung Ki
South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook
South Korea Park "EVE" Jae Shin
South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
South Korea Choi "StoRm" Seok Hwan

China World Elite

South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik
South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon
South Korea Lee "SoJu" Seong Deok
Germany Clemens "HoTLiPs" Uhlig

Germany mousesports

Germany Minh "Spell" Nguyen
Germany Dennis "HasuObs" Schneider
Sweden Kim "SaSe" Hammar
Czech Republic Michael "Giacomo" Hladik

2006[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
Warcraft III Champions League Season IX[73]

Germany Oberhausen

Denmark MeetYourMakers

South Korea Oh "Susiria" Jung Ki
South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook
South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
South Korea Choi "StoRm" Seok Hwan

United Kingdom Four Kings

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
South Korea Jo "FoV" Dae Hui
Norway Olav "Creolophus" Undheim
Sweden Sebastian "FuRy" Pesic
Croatia Ivica "Zeus" Marković

Germany SK Gaming

Russia Andrey "Deadman" Sobolev
Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev
Ukraine Mykhaylo "HoT" Novopashyn
South Korea Hwang "Zacard" Tae Min

China World Elite

South Korea Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik
China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng
South Korea Lee "Check" Hyung Joo
China Su "suhO" Hao
South Korea Lee "SoJu" Seong Deok

NGL One season I[74]

Germany Leipzig

Denmark MeetYourMakers

South Korea Oh "Susiria" Jung Ki
South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook
South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
South Korea Lee "BerA" Jin Sung

Germany SK Gaming

Russia Andrey "Deadman" Sobolev
Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev
South Korea Chun "Sweet" Jung Hee
South Korea Hwang "Zacard" Tae Min

United Kingdom Four Kings

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
South Korea Jo "FoV" Dae Hui
Norway Olav "Creolophus" Undheim
Croatia Ivica "Zeus " Marković

Germany mousesports

Germany Minh "Spell" Nguyen
Germany Dennis "HasuObs" Schneider
Sweden Kim "SaSe" Hammar
Czech Republic Michael "Giacomo" Hladik

Stars War III[75]

China Xi'an

China Team China

China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng
China Su "suhO" Hao
China Lu "Fly100% Weiliang
China Liu "xTiGer" Hongliang
China Guo "GuangMo" Zhengkun

European Union Team Europe

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev
Bulgaria Dimitar "DIDI8" Aleksandrov
Norway Olav "Creolophus" Undheim

South Korea Team Korea

South Korea Lee "Check" Hyung Joo
South Korea Rainbow
South Korea Kang "ReiGn" Seo Woo
South Korea Chun "Sweet" Jung Hee
South Korea Park "Lyn" Joon

Stars War II[76]

China Shanghai

South Korea Team Korea

South Korea Jo "FoV" Dae Hui
South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook
South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
South Korea Chun "Sweet" Jung Hee
South Korea Hwang "Zacard" Tae Min

China Team China

China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng
China Su "suhO" Hao
China Sun "xiaOt" Liwei
China QcH[ATi]Gstar
China Guo "GuangMo" Zhengkun

European Union Team Europe

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev
Sweden Kim "SaSe" Hammar
Ukraine Mykhaylo "HoT" Novopashyn

Transatlantic Showdown[77]

United States New York, New York

South Korea Destiny

South Korea Jang "Moon" Jae Ho
South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook

United States Revolution Sports

United States Nick "Axslav" Ranish
United States Cong "Strifecro" Shu

United Kingdom Four Kings

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
France Yoan "ToD" Merlo

United States United 5

United States Franklin "Nilknarf" Pearsall
United States Matt "lnclnerator" Schlenker

2005[edit]

[43] Gold Silver Bronze 4th
Warcraft III Champions League Season VIII[78]

Germany Cologne

United Kingdom Four Kings

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
Croatia Ivica "Zeus " Marković

Denmark MeetYourMakers
South Korea Hanbit

South Korea Oh "Susiria" Jung Ki
South Korea Choi "StoRm" Seok Hwan
South Korea Lee "BerA" Jin Sung
South Korea Park "EVE" Jae Shin

Germany mousesports

Germany Minh "Spell" Nguyen
Germany Dennis "HasuObs" Schneider
South Korea Kim Hong "Romeo" Jae
United States Dennis "Shortround" Chan

Germany SK Gaming

Ukraine Mykhaylo "HoT" Novopashyn
Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev
South Korea Hwang "Zacard" Tae Min
Sweden Fredrik "MaDFroG" Johansson
South Korea Jae Pak "EvenStar" Lee

Warcraft III Champions League Season VII[79]

Germany Cologne

United Kingdom Four Kings

Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
Croatia Ivica "Zeus " Marković
South Korea Jo "FoV" Dae Hui

Germany 64AMD

Lithuania Gediminas "WinneR" Rimkus
Sweden Björn "ElakeDuck" Ödman
Norway Olav "Creolophus" Undheim
Sweden Kim "SaSe" Hammer

Germany SK Gaming

Ukraine Mykhaylo "HoT" Novopashyn
Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev
South Korea Hwang "Zacard" Tae Min
Germany Daniel "Miou" Holthuis

Denmark MeetYourMakers

South Korea Oh "Susiria" Jung Ki
South Korea Noh "Lucifer" Jae Wook
South Korea Kim Dong "Gostop" Moon
Denmark Rene "Ciara" Krag
Denmark Bjarke "Bjarke" Rasmussen

2004[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
Warcraft III Champions League Season VI[80]

Denmark Copenhagen

Germany 64AMD

Sweden Robert "Enrique" Stolpe
Sweden Björn "ElakeDuck" Ödman
Romania Alex "King.Crimson" Andrei
Russia Andrey "Deadman" Sobolev
Sweden Kim "SaSe" Hammer
Russia Igor "Caravaggio" Lyalin

Denmark MeetYourMakers

South Korea Oh "Susiria" Jung Ki
South Korea Kim Dong "Gostop" Moon
Denmark Rene "Ciara" Krag
Denmark Viktor "ySKhYr" Stauning

Germany SK Gaming

Sweden Fredrik "Survivor" Jansson
France Antoine "FaTC" Zadri
South Korea Hwang "Zacard" Tae Min
Sweden Fredrik "MaDFroG" Johansson
Sweden Alborz "HeMaN" Haidarian

Germany mousesports

Germany Minh "Spell" Nguyen
Germany Dennis "HasuObs" Schneider
GreeceMarios "PaNiC" Kalagis
Germany Jan "Jan" Stötera
Germany Paul "PuN1sher" M. K.
United States Dennis "Shortround" Chan
United States David "Suboshi" Lynch

Warcraft III Champions League Season V[81]

Germany Cologne

Germany mTw

United States Jeff "Aether" Zhang
Germany Jan "ThePig" Villwock
United States Matthew "Wizard" Anderson
Germany Christopher "Tak3r" Heil
Germany Dennis "LasH" Hoffmann

United Kingdom Four Kings

Netherlands Arvid "Myth" Fekken
Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
Denmark Rasmus "KaJ" Simonsen
Sweden Sebastian "FuRy" Pesic
Croatia Ivica "Zeus" Marković
Sweden Rune "Lawn" Granath

Germany SK Gaming

France Antoine "FaTC" Zadri
Bulgaria Georgi "Zeerax" Marinov
Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev
Sweden Fredrik "Survivor" Jansson
Norway Henrik "DominatoR" Strom
Sweden Alborz "HeMaN" Haidarian

France ArmaTeam

Brazil Marcus "Skyward" Locatelli
France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
France Eric "InToX" Dieulangard
France Raphaël ";Shore" Benhakoun

Warcraft III Champions League Season IV[82]

France Paris

United Kingdom Four Kings

Netherlands Arvid "Myth" Fekken
Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
Denmark Rasmus "KaJ" Simonsen
Sweden Sebastian "FuRy" Pesic
Croatia Ivica "Zeus" Marković
Sweden Rune "Lawn" Granath

France ArmaTeam

United States Alex "Sabre" B.
United States RaZ
France Eric "InToX" Dieulangard
France Lou "Blatty" Gentet
United States Dennis "Shortround" Chan

Only two teams attended at LAN finals Only two teams attended at LAN finals

2003[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th
World Cyber Games Nations[56]

South Korea Seoul

Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei

Chinese Taipei Kai "Slacash" Hsunliu
Chinese Taipei Cheng "Tapelle" Pinhuang

United Kingdom United Kingdom

United Kingdom Iain "TillerMaN" Girdwood
United Kingdom Alex "BoNd" Bond

Netherlands Netherlands

Netherlands Arvid "Myth" Fekken
Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen

China China

China Hao "limmouse" Su
China Guo "ChinaHuman" Bin

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