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Matched up against the recently formed Polish team EloHell , Moscow Five would take a victory to advance to the second round of the playoffs.
There, Moscow Five was able to come out victorious against Fnatic in a close win, qualifying for the Season 2 World Championship in Los Angeles and advancing to the grand finals of the tournament.
Continuing their dominant performance, Edward would help win the finals against SK Gaming. At the Season 2 World Championship in October, Edward and his teammates were considered by many analysts and professionals to be the favorites coming into the event.
Although iG consistently pressured M5's early game and won the laning phase, the Russian squad was able to overcome their deficits in the midgame and take the series Advancing to face the Taipei Assassins in the semifinals, M5 continued their dominant form in the first game of the match and quickly secured game one.
However, TPA matched M5's aggression in the next two games and successfully turned the series around. They were granted seeding directly into the semi-finals due to their placing in the group stages.
On November 11 M5 would travel to Paris to compete in the offline portions of the tournament. There they would face an upset from Curse EU, losing , knocking them into the 3rd place match.
While not contestants in the tournament itself, the team would look to boost their popularity with the Chinese tour, doing photo ops, fan signings and Mandarin greeting videos  .
M5 also played two show matches against WE and iG , winning against both. They would then face World Elite , who they scrimmed against heavily in Shanghai.
However, WE would rout the Russian team , dropping them to the losers bracket. M5 would then defeat the tournament favorites, Korean powerhouse Azubu Blaze in a close 3 game series.
Despite Alex Ich amassing an amazing creep score and leading in gold to the very end of the game, M5 would still fall to the Taiwanese team in game 1, and lose again to Stanley on Nidalee in game 2, making it five consecutive loses to TPA.
On January 10, , resultant of the arrest of Moscow Five's CEO in July of the previous year, leaving, the entire roster was released from the eSports organization as it went defunct due to lack of funding.
Four days later, on January 14, it was announced that Gambit Gaming had acquired Edward and the rest of the former M5 roster.
A time coefficient was used to break the tie, giving Gambit Gaming a spot in the semi-finals. Edward would help his team, the underdogs, to defeat Azubu Frost , then go on to take first place by knocking out Frost's brother team, Azubu Blaze who they had lost to in the group stage.
This ensured their LCS spot for the summer split portion of the league. The team dominated their group, going an undefeated , placing them in the semi-finals.
They then faced CJ Entus Frost and lost the set , knocking Gambit out of the tournament, the team finishing in 3rd. The Russian players were then invited to play in an international exhibition at MLG Winter Championship , playing first against American Team Dignitas who they beat , by constantly pressuring their opponent.
Gambit then faced Korean top contender KT Rolster B in the exhibition finals but were unable to secure 1st place, losing However, due to a rule stating that only 3 members of any given team could be inducted onto the all star team, Genja was replaced as AD Carry by Evil Geniuses ' Yellowpete.
The team's top lane was sOAZ from Fnatic. Despite the fact that we played together for more than one year, we didn't fit well with each other.
Secondly, I don't like the current atmosphere in the team, after a few bad results in a row. Due to these factors I have decided to leave the team.
Despite the acquisition of Edward, Curse had a shaky Summer season, fighting hard to stay in the middle of the pack. They first faced off against Team Dignitas and even though they won their first game in a dominating fashion, they lost the next ones, losing They then had to play CLG for the 5th spot decider.
Curse was unable to best them in the set, losing , and were sent to play for their spot in the Season 4 Spring Promotion , though Edward would leave before this.
The team did not lose a single game at the tournament, beating Cloud9 in their semifinal matchup and Fnatic in the grand final.
The team perfomed well, but were knocked out in the semifinals by KT Rolster Bullets. The Spring Split was a slight disappointment for Gambit. This was a fall from Gambit's high standards, but still meant that they had a spot in the Spring Playoffs.
Alex Ich 's departure from Gambit ultimately meant that the Summer Split would be worse for the team than the spring split. Gambit struggled throughout, and the team finished in 7th place, meaning that they would have to fight for their LCS status in the Spring Promotion.
They managed to win the tournament after beating Counter Logic Gaming in the final. The team's regular season performance meant that they would be playing in the Spring Playoffs.
They were beaten by Unicorns Of Love in the playoff quarterfinals. After changing his name back to GoSu Pepper , he and the team had an unsuccessful Summer Split , eventually finishing the regular season in 8th place.
This meant that Gambit Gaming would be playing in the Spring Promotion. GoSu Pepper and the team faced mousesports , winning the series and securing their place in the Spring Season.
GoSu Pepper announced his free agency in November , leaving Gambit for the second time the first being summer The list is generated automatically.
Deft's signing sparked speculation on the fate of NaMei, as both players were seen as world-class at their position. January 4, NaMei left the team.
Beginning with week 3 of the split, Meiko became the team's support. April 26, Reapered joins as a coach.
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