DEC 2010
MAR 2011
MAY 2011
OCT 2011
NOV 2011
FEB 2012
APR 2012
JUN 2012
JUL 2012
JAN 2013
JAN 2017
JUL 2017

DEC 2010

Flash eSports founded, signs Hibidi as first ever player

Signs first player in Wen Jun ‘hibidi’ Chiang, after the Singaporean FIFA player wins gold at WCG Singapore and 2nd at Asian Cyber Games. Hibidi competes in the WCG grand finals, finishing in the top 16 after progressing through the group stage. A new star is born.

MAR 2011

Flash signs Revenant, one of Singapore’s most recognized cyber-athletes

Marcus ‘Revenant’ Tan, a WCG winner and the best Warcraft III player in Singapore, joins as part of Team Flash’s decision to move into StarCraft II.

MAY 2011

Flash gains more reputation in the scene as retired legend Xtr3me3 joins

Singaporean FIFA legend and two-time WCG winner, Mohamed ‘Xtr3me3’ Phirkhan comes out of retirement to join Flash. Xtr3me3 was also a former player in the Championship Gaming Series, a venture-funded professional gaming league which contracted players full-time to represent their respective countries.

OCT 2011

Revenant wins ESTC gold, beating RedArchon 3-2 in the final

Revenant and Muse travel to Thailand, with Revenant winning the StarCraft II championship against famed Thailand player, RedArchon. This marks Revenant’s first significant win in StarCraft II outside Singapore, and a huge accomplishment for Team Flash as a whole.

NOV 2011

Flash wins dual gold medals in Malaysia, beating top Malaysian gamers in FIFA and StarCraft II

Flash eSports travels to Malaysia for the first time and competes in the Cyberfusion eSports league. Revenant and Hibidi both win gold medals in StarCraft II and FIFA over top Malaysian competition, which also marks the organization’s first combined win on foreign soil.

FEB 2012

Flash signs first Dota 2 team

The team included EHWAH, who was ranked number 1 on the MMR leaderboards at the time and also saw the birth of another star, Meracle.

Flash.Dota go head to head with Mushi and IceIceIce’s Orange eSports on several occasions, and even qualify for the G1 eSports league in China.

APR 2012

Flash strengthens StarCraft II division

Key signings Blysk, DrakE and Kyzer join, all with varying levels of success. Blysk arguably stands out amongst the trio, with DrakE and Kyzer adding more squad depth.

JUN 2012

Revenant joins Fnatic’s Korea gaming house

Flash agrees an unprecedented deal with world-class gaming team Fnatic to send Revenant to Korea for a month-long bootcamp. There, Revenant gains valuable insight into the inner workings of a professional gaming team along with professional StarCraft II players Alive, Byun, Tod & more.

JUL 2012

Signs first sponsorship deal with Cooler Master

Cooler Master (CM Storm) signs 1-year sponsorship deal with Flash, marking an important milestone in the organization’s history. In the same month, Revenant also makes history by winning the World Championship Series: Singapore finals, thus earning the right to once again represent Singapore in the grand finals.

JAN 2013

Organizes Singapore’s first Dota 2 competition, the Flash Dota 2 League

Flash eSports organizes inaugural Dota 2 competition in Singapore, which leads to the discovery of prodigal talents Lysander Xonora in it’s shoutcasting competition and other proven local talents like Meracle. Well-known Dota 2 players such as iceiceice and Yamateh also join the league, winning the championship title in the finals against First Departure.

JAN 2017

Flash eSports returns as Team Flash

Flash eSports returns 3 years later, rebranded as Team Flash. Announces the return of Wen Jun ‘hibidi’ Chiang after coming in 3rd place at EA Champions Cup (US $60,000), and the acquisition of Singapore’s top League of Legends team, Vestigal.

JUL 2017

Team Flash signs Malaysian FIFA players J0K3R and RippedJean, marking the organization’s first move outside of Singapore’s local eSports market.

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