Kyrgyzstan team NoLifer5.Reborn has just been signed as MVP Revolution. This represents the first non Korean/SEA team the organization has signed in Dota 2. There is no official information if the team will be relocated or will compete for the European region.
— Felix Jedelhauser (@MVPJeeF) January 2, 2017
NoLifer5.Reborn, a team from Kyrgyzstan has just been signed as MVP Revolution – part of the MVP organization.
The Korean based organization has had several divisions/teams – all formed in Korea for the SEA region. There has been no information as of yet if the team will be relocated to Korea or will represent the organization in Europe.
The team has had a constant presence in the minor tournaments and regional qualifiers for Europe. In October they took first place in Game Show Open Season 5
They took second in the WESG 2016 Asia Pacific Finals- as part of the Central Asian Qualifier and will compete in the WESG 2016 finals in China January 12-15th.
MVP Revolution roster
Bektur “Runec” Kulov
Duulat “StormC4t-“ Subankulov
İlgiz “NapaleoshQa” Djunuşaliev
Džoni “Blizzy” Ri
Bakyt “Zayac” Emilzhanov
MVP.Phoenix Post TI6
MVP.Phoenix rounded out their successful year with a commendable 5th-6th place at TI6.
Following the event, the MVP Phoenix roster retained three of its longstanding, core members – Kim “QO” Seon-yeop, Kim “Febby” Yong-min and Kim “DuBu” Doo-young, as the organization headed into the Fall Major 2016 season.
Joining the three Koreans were two known members of the organization – Kim “Velo” Tae-sung and Lee “Reisen” Jun-yeong from MVP.Hot6ix – taking the place of Lee “FoREV” Sang-don and Pyo “MP” No-a who both joined Team Secret for the new season.
After just over two months, FoREV made his way back to the team, eventually moving Reisen to the official substitute role.
Most recently the Koreans landed second place MPGL and 7-8th at MDL 2016. At the end of November they received the 2016 Korean esports Award for for “Best overseas activity award of the year” for a team.
The team quietly dissolved prior to the Kiev Major season registration.
MVP Phoenix 2016 roster
Kim “Febby” Yong-min
Kim “QO” Seon-yeob
Lee “Forev” Sang-don
Kim “Dubu” Dooyoung
Kim “Velo” Tae-sung
Lee “Reisen” Jun-yeong