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On June 16, , TSM acquired the former roster of the Rainbow Six Siege Pro League team Excelerate Gaming along with popular streamer, Jason "Beaulo" Doty.
They started competition in the Pro League in Season 10 the same day. On May 22, , TSM announced their move into the Valorant scene, with their first official roster consisting of Hazed, Drone, Wardell, Cutler, and Subroza.
On August 27, , TSM announced their signing of chess Grandmaster Hikaru Nakamura. The team first began competing in early with a lineup of Saintvicious, Reginald, Chaox, TheOddOne, and Locodoco.
It was founded after Reginald's previous team, All or Nothing AoN , had disbanded. On February 23 Saintvicious left TSM for Counter Logic Gaming.
In April, Xpecial and The Rain Man joined TSM. The final roster included the players, Reginald, TheOddOne, The Rain Man, Xpecial and Chaox, Team SoloMid attended the Riot Season 1 Championship on June 20, TSM took first place in their group, ending and being the only team to lose to the Singaporean team Xan.
Team SoloMid then met the French against All authority squad in the semifinals of the double elimination playoffs.
TSM was defeated by aAa and knocked down to the loser's bracket. Team SoloMid defeated Epik Gamer and advanced to the loser bracket finals, where they faced against All authority for a second time.
TSM ended up losing in a close match. Team SoloMid attended the National ESL Premier League Season 1 playoffs on July 16, In the group stage, Team SoloMid took first place, winning and defeating Counter Logic Gaming , compLexity , unRestricted, Team Liquid , HKEGG, jpak and friends, Defy All Odds, OGODBEARS, Disciples of Da Gr8 Whale Lord, and LowELO, while dropping their only set against Rock Solid.
In the playoffs of NESL Season 1, Team SoloMid lost to unRestricted in the semifinals 0—2, sending them to the third place match to play against Rock Solid, where Team SoloMid won 2—0.
The team participated in the ESL Major Series - Season VIII and defeated LowLandLions 2—1 in the semifinals, but lost to SK Gaming 0—2 in the finals, achieving second place.
On August 21, , Team SoloMid attended the IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Cologne. They won 3—0 in the group stage, defeating Millenium, Team ALTERNATE and MyRevenge.
During the playoffs, they defeated FnaticRC 2—1. At the grand finals, TSM played against Counter Logic Gaming, but lost 1—2 against them and taking second place at IEM Cologne.
Team SoloMid attended the MLG Pro Circuit - Raleigh on August 26, At the event, Team SoloMid finished third place in the group stage, with a final standing of 1—2, defeating Curse Gaming but losing to Counter Logic Gaming and Epik Gamer.
On October 9, , the team participated in the IGN ProLeague Season 3 in Atlantic City. TSM won against compLexity 2—0 in the first round, but lost to Epik Gamer 1—2 in the semifinals, sending them to play for third place.
In the third place match, Team SoloMid faced Counter Logic Gaming and lost 0—2, ending with fourth place. Four days later, Team SoloMid participated in the offline IEM Season VI - Global Challenge New York.
Team SoloMid finished in 7th-8th place and with a final standing of 0—3 in the group stages, losing to FnaticRC , Counter Logic Gaming and Team Dignitas.
In late October , Team SoloMid moved into a gaming house in Lindenhurst, New York. Team SoloMid took part in the MLG Providence tournament, which was held from 19th to the 20th if November.
TSM won the first round against RFLX Gaming and advanced to the second round, where they lost 1—2, to Epik Gamer. TSM advanced through the Loser's Bracket with a 2—0 victory over Dignitas and played against Epik Gamer in the grand finals.
Due to Major League Gaming's extended series rule, Epik Gamer started off with a 2—1 lead against TSM. Team SoloMid won 4—2 over Epik Gamer and achieved first place.
On December 18, , Team SoloMid attended the National ESL Premier League Season 2. In the playoffs and won against RFLX 2—1, compLexity 2—1, and v8 Esports 2—1, placing them in the winner's bracket final, where they lost to Counter Logic Gaming 0—2.
Team SoloMid then lost to Curse Gaming 0—2, placing TSM in third overall in the tournament. The first tournament in that Team SoloMid attended was the IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Kiev, held on January In the group stage, Team Solomid won and took first, winning against SK Gaming, Curse Gaming, and White Lotus.
At the playoffs, Team Solomid defeated team Dignitas 2—0, qualifying for the finals where they faced Moscow Five. In the grand finals, Team SoloMid lost to Moscow Five 1—2 and placed second place.
Two months after Kiev, on March 13, , TheRainMan resigned from Team SoloMid, citing differences in training regimen plans, as TheRainMan wanted to focus more on solo queue while the rest of Team SoloMid wanted to focus on full team scrims.
After the roster reformation, Team SoloMid played in the Leaguecraft ggClassic tournament, which ran from March 17 to April 1. At the event, Team SoloMid went undefeated with wins over Raise Your Weapon, Curse Gaming, Jpak and Friends and 4Not.
Fire, resulting in them placing first place. On April 6, , Team SoloMid attended IPL 4 in Las Vegas. During the playoffs they defeated v8 Esports 2—0 in the first round, Curse Gaming 2—0 in the second round and team Dignitas 2—1 in the third round, advancing to the grand finals.
In the finals against Counter Logic Gaming, Team SoloMid lost the first set but came back to win the tournament in the second set, defeating Counter Logic Gaming and achieving first place.
On June 3, , Team SoloMid placed 1st in the Reign of Gaming International Invitational. During the online playoffs, TSM defeated Ordinance Gaming 2—0 in the first round, Orbit Gaming 2—0 in the second round and Team Legion 2—0 in the third round and qualified for the finals.
In the round robin offline finals event, Team SoloMid won all the matches, against Team SoloMid Evo, Teamless, and Curse Gaming EU 2—0.
In the grand finals, Team SoloMid took on Team SoloMid Evo, whom TSM defeated 2—1. They participated in the MLG Pro Circuit - Spring and placed first.
Team SoloMid won the entire set of matches in the playoffs of the tournament, winning against MRN 2—0, Counter Logic Gaming EU 2—1, FnaticRC and Dignitas 2—0.
In the grand finals, Team SoloMid played against Counter Logic Gaming and lost, with Counter Logic Gaming picking up the first set 2—1. Team SoloMid recovered in the second set and won against Counter Logic Gaming 2—1.
Team SoloMid participated in the GIGABYTE Esports LAN on June 15, In the group stage, TSM won 3—0 against, Counter Logic Gaming Black, Curse Gaming, and Team Green Forest.
During the playoffs, Team SoloMid won against mTw. NA 2—0 and Counter Logic Gaming Prime 2—1. In the grand finals of the GESL, Team SoloMid faced off against and defeated Counter Logic Gaming Black achieving first place.
From August 3 to 5, , Team SoloMid participated in the first MLG Summer Arena for League of Legends , held in New York City. They would played against three teams: Curse Gaming, Azubu Blaze, and Team BLACK.
Team SoloMid lost all three games against the Korean team Azubu Blaze. They won their next two matches against Curse Gaming and Team BLACK with 3—0.
After Qualifying for the Grand Finals, they matched against Azubu Blaze and lost 0—2. They finished the MLG Summer Arena Championship in second place.
The team participated in the IPL Face Off: San Francisco Showdown. Where they won the tournament without a loss to any team, defeating Orbit Gaming, Singapore Sentinels, Team Legion and Curse Gaming.
On August 30, , Team SoloMid played a tournament in Seattle , Washington and competed in the Season 2 North American Regional Finals.
During the quarterfinals of the playoffs, Team SoloMid won against Monomaniac Ferus and advanced to the next round of the tournament.
At the semifinals, Team SoloMid won 2—1 over Curse Gaming and 2—0 against Team Dignitas in the grand finals, allowing them to take first place and qualify for the Season 2 World Championship.
At the Season 2 World Championship in Los Angeles , Team SoloMid passed through the group stage through securing a regional first place. Team Solo Mid attended IPL 5 in Las Vegas on November Placing in group C, TSM advanced 2—1 with wins over Meat Playground and Singapore Sentinels while losing a game against Curse Gaming EU.
During the group stages, TSM was eliminated after losing 2—0 to both CLG EU and Azubu Blaze. On January 25, Dan Dinh was announced as a substitute player for TSM.
On February 7, , it was announced that Team SoloMid would compete under the name Team SoloMid Snapdragon on behalf of the mobile processor brand of their sponsor, Qualcomm.
Also announced was a partnership with Qualcomm and CBS to produce a web reality series, GameCrib, showing the daily lives of TSM players. On March 25, , it was officially announced that WildTurtle had replaced Chaox as Team SoloMid's AD Carry.
TSM managed to place in first during the NA LCS Spring Season, securing their spot in the Summer Season.
The team also won the NA LCS Spring Playoffs. At the NA LCS Summer Season TSM placed 3rd and ended the season with a. At PAX playoffs. TSM matched against CLG and won 2—0 against Team Vulcan, securing a finals spot at the Season 3 World Championship.
They went up against Cloud9 and lost 0—3, placing TSM second in the playoffs. At the Season 3 World Championship , TSM took part in the North American fan favorite.
In the group stage, TSM was paired with GamingGear. Team SoloMid won only two matches out of eight, against Lemondogs and GamingGear.
TSM placed 11thth, along with Team Vulcun. On October 20, , it was announced that Ninjaken would join Team SoloMid as substitute.
On November 1, , Team SoloMid announced Altec as a substitute. Team SoloMid's first competition after the World Championship was the Battle of the Atlantic, in which North American teams competed against European teams.
As the second seed of North America, TSM faced the second seed of Europe, the Lemondogs, and handily won 2—0 against a roster that had recently been completely replaced.
TSM began the season by losing their first match against Cloud9 ,but won the rest of the matches. They entered Week 10 with a 19—3 record and a one-game lead over Cloud9 , however, the team placed in second.
In that split's playoffs, TSM faced Counter Logic Gaming during the first series, thus Advancing to the finals, TSM matched with Cloud9 C9 for the second playoff, and lost 0—3.
Thus allowing C9 to achieve its tenth consecutive playoff win. In early May, between the Spring and Summer splits of the LCS, TheOddOne stepped down to become a coach for the team.
Amazing, from the Copenhagen Wolves, joined the team as their new jungler, while support player Xpecial was benched and then removed from the team for his negative attitude, he was later replaced by Gleebglarbu of challenger team Cloud9 Tempest.
Xpecial moved to Team Curse. TSM placed fifth throughout the matches they played and placed second as the series went on.
On May 27 TSM announced the addition of Lustboy to the starting roster to replace Gleebglarbu. During the summer playoffs at Pax Prime , their first match was lost against Dignitas, but the team was able to win the series 3—1.
Subsequently, TSM faced LMQ and won 3—2, thus making it through to the finals against Cloud9 and winning the series 3—2.
At the League of Legends World Championship , Team Solomid was placed in Group B. TSM eventually finished second in their group with a record of 4—2, advancing to the Playoffs.
In the playoffs, TSM faced Samsung White in their first match and lost 3—1, placing 5th in the tournament. On October 11, , it was announced that Amazing was leaving the team.
Then, on November 28, , Santorin was signed on to replace Amazing. In March , Team SoloMid won Intel Extreme Masters Season IX — World Championship in Katowice after beating Team WE in the finals.
TSM matched with Cloud9 in the finals of the LCS Spring playoffs in April and finished 3—1. In the summer split, TSM finished 5th place in the regular season but was able to win their way to the summer finals where they lost 3—0 to Counter Logic Gaming,  thus finishing in second place.
The team qualified for North America's second seed in the League of Legends World Championship by accumulating the highest total championship points from both the spring and summer split.
In the group stages, TSM scored 1—5 in matches and stood last place at 14th—16th place. Shortly afterward their defeat at Worlds, TSM players Dyrus and Lustboy retired from professional League of Legends , choosing to pursue different career paths within eSports.
Soon after, TSM announced tryouts to fill the role of AD carry. Going into Season 6, Bjergsen was the sole member remaining from the Season 5 team.
On October 31, , it was announced that Yiliang " Doublelift " Peng would be joining the team as the new AD Carry, and that WildTurtle would remain on the roster as a substitute while seeking to sign a contract with other teams.
This team performed in the Intel Extreme Masters Season X - San Jose  and finished 4th. After the event, KaSing decided to leave the team, which opened a support role.
In , the organization began fielding a team in professional LoL competitions. The original roster consisted of Reginald, SaintVicious, Chaox, TheOddOne, and Locodoco.
In , Reginald retired from playing, opting to run the business full-time. On December 22, , a group of grey hat hackers known as Null Consolidated claimed to have hacked into the SoloMid.
The hackers vandalized the community website by replacing it with obscene imagery. They also claimed to have obtained thousands of user account data but said they would not be releasing any of it.
On January 25, , TSM acquired the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster of Team Dignitas. The Daily Dot reported that following their signing, the players became the highest paid CS:GO players in the world at the time.
On March 15, , TSM's League of Legends team won their first Intel Extreme Masters World Championship in Katowice, Poland. For complete results, click here.
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