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Team EnVyUs
Team Information
LocationUnited States
Manager(s)Kevin "TheCajunAsian" Lim
Team CaptainJarod "CycloneSpin" Nguyen
Scuf Gaming
Monster Energy
Elgato Gaming
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Team EnVyUs is a North American based eSports organization. Established in 2007, they are one of the most storied eSports organizations in the world. Aside from SMITE, the team also has divisions for Call of Duty, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, StarCraft 2, Gears of War, Halo, and Overwatch.


Season 2

The organization took it's first step into competitive SMITE, when they acquired the roster of AFK Gaming on October 5, 2015.[1] At the time of the signing, the team was considered to be the best in North America, with a record of 18-2 through seven weeks of the SPL Fall Split. This near-flawless record would tarnish over the remaining weeks of the Pro League, falling to 20-8. Securing 1st seed, they qualified for the NA Super Regionals. Receiving a bye through the quarterfinals, EnVyUs faced the surprise victor over TSM, Enemy. Despite a surprise role swap by Incon and KikiSoCheeky as well as an incredible Mercury performance by Weak3n, Enemy upset EnVy as well, defeating them 3-2. EnVy would also lose to Eager in the 3rd place match, resulting in a fourth place finish and rejecting them from the 2016 SMITE World Championship.

Just weeks later, the team decided that they would play in the Xbox One Invitational open bracket. However, Incon expressed no interest in playing on Xbox, and the team went through a number of positions changes, as Allied moved to mid, CycloneSpin to ADC and brought in 0mega, who had recently left Eager after not qualifying for Worlds, for the solo lane. The new Team EnVyUs was revitalized, as they went completely undefeated through the Invitational, making them the Xbox One Invitational champions.

Season 3

They went back to PC Smite for Season 3 soon after, changing their roster for the foreseeable future to their Xbox One roster, moving Incon to coach. Incon would leave just 1 day later.[2] In order to fill the vacant coach spot, the team brought on former Team SoloMid support, Eonic.[3]


  • 2016
  • 2015

Player Roster


ID Name Role
USA KikiSoCheeky Ismael Torres Template:RoleSortNumber Solo
USA CycloneSpin Jarod Nguyen Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle
USA MLCst3alth Brett Felley Template:RoleSortNumber Mid
USA Dust Michael Duarte Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter
Canada Eonic Sinjin Thorpe Template:RoleSortNumber Support


ID Name Role Next Team
USA 0mega Ryan Johnson Template:RoleSortNumber Solo
Canada Snoopy Evan Jones Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter
USA Masked Suharab Askarzada Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle Deniallogo std.png Denial eSports
USA Weak3n Kurt Schray Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle Logo std2.png Erry Day Carry
USA Allied David Hance Template:RoleSortNumber Mid Retired.png Retired
USA Incon Riley Unzelman Template:RoleSortNumber Mid Flexlogo std.png Team Flex



ID Name Position
USA Hastr0 Mike Rufail Owner/Managing Director
USA TheCajunAsian Kevin Lim Team Manager


ID Name Position Next Team
Canada Eonic Sinjin Thorpe Template:RoleSortNumber Coach KSPÖTlogo std.png The Randozos

Team Achievements

Date Place Event Roster Winnings
2015-11-22 A44th SPLSeason2Logo.png Season 2 NA Regionals CycloneSpinWeak3nKikiSoCheekyAlliedIncon $32,500
2015-10-25 A11st SPLSeason2Logo.png SPL Season 2 NA Fall Split CycloneSpinWeak3nKikiSoCheekyAlliedIncon Qualified for S2 NA Regionals

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