The Lilgun Dota2 team was formed with a focus on showcasing the best talent in Mongolia's esports scene. Comprising a group of skilled and dedicated players, Lilgun has quickly made a name for itself in the competitive Dota2 scene. With a focus on teamwork and strategic play, the team has achieved notable success in recent years, including victories over some of the top teams in the region. The team is constantly working to improve and refine their strategies, and is dedicated to representing Mongolia on the global stage of esports. As a new addition to the IHC Esports family, Lilgun is poised to make an even bigger impact in the world of competitive Dota2.
Zeus Esports was founded in 2019 by Undrakh.S independently to challenge himself in PUBG Mobile and recruited 3 players in his team. The team competed from the underdog stage of competitive tournaments and climbed to the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2020 in Dubai. During PMGC, the team has shown outstanding performance and became famous as “Cinderellas of PUBG Mobile” and ended the championship in 3rd place with the prize of $108,000. In 2021, the team partnered with IHC, and rebranded to IHC Esports.
Since January 2021, Goddess team have competed in numerous South Asian competitions, leading top girls' teams and winning several championships. The team rebranded to IHC Esports in 2021, together with Zeus Esports.
IEM Katowice 2023
2023.02.01 - 2023.02.13
IEM Spring 2023 Brazil
2023.04.17 - 2023.04.23
PMPL SA Season7
2023.03.29 - 2023.04.24
ZEUS Esports partners with IHC, rebrands to IHC Esports
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