Moscow Five

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Moscow Five (M5)
Moscow Five logo.png
Divisions Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
League of Legends
Dota 2
Founded 2001
Location Headquartered in Russia
Manager Dmitry 'ddd1ms' Smilianets (owner)
Partners BenQ

Moscow Five was a Russian professional esports organization which was founded in 2001. The organization has teams in Counter-Strike, WarCraft, FIFA, and LoL. On December 16, 2011, Moscow 5 created what one could describe as one of the most successful international teams in the history of League of Legends.[1] In 2013 former Moscow 5 owner Dmitry 'ddd1ms' Smilianets was arrested for his alleged involvement in "one of the largest" hacking and data breach schemes history in a global operation by the FBI’s Cyber Division.[2] Former Moscow 5’s LoL team quickly reformed as Gambit Gaming under Pikiner’s leadership.

In World Cyber Games 2011 Moscow 5’s Counter-Strike team won bronze.

League of Legends[edit]


  • Top-Laner : Alexander "Stejos" Glazkov
  • Jungler : Alexander "Canya" Sinjakov
  • Mid-Laner : Yury "Flashy" Shilenkov
  • AD carry : Boris "dayruin" Sherbakov
  • Support : Vyacheslav "Archie" Egorov

Former players[edit]

Tournament results[edit]


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