Team Curse - League of Legends


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Last Updated: 10/23/2013

Quas is from Maracaibo, Venezuela and dedicated his time to becoming a challenger player and shortly after he became a pro player. He is well known for his success in the Amateur scene and joined Team Curse in 2013 as the top lane player.  He is commonly referred to as Quas the 'God', for his unbelievable mechanics, game understanding and reaction times.  

Twitter: @CrsQuas           Stream:

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If there is one jungler who has made a name for himself in the League of Legends scene, it is Christian "Iwilldominate" Rivera. 
With an impressive resume from working with Complexity, Dignitas and now Curse, he is ready to make a huge splash returning to the competitive League scene. By leading Team Curse back into LCS Season 4 with his top tier shot-calling and fearless attitude, only success seems to be the future for IWilldominate. During his break from competitive play, Christian has been watching and waiting to make his return into the spotlight, now reformed, he joins Team Curse to show he has what it takes to be the best. 
He has proven himself to his new team and all of Curse management that he has what it takes to be one of the best junglers in North America. Now he is out to prove himself to the League of Legends community and gain the respect he deserves.


Twitter: @CrsDominate  Twitch:

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The road to Curse was a long one for Cop, being a member of several minor teams before finally landing with the organization, joining as their starting AD Carry in late 2011. Teaming up with Elementz, who had recently joined the team after leaving CLG, the two quickly developed a strong synergy and began forming potent bot lane strategies. Previously criticized for failing to commit to making dramatic plays, he has gone out of his way to shed this negative stigma. Cop has proved he is one of the best ADC's in North America.  He's consistent and aggressive when he needs to play this way.
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There are few top lane terrors in the world, the one player who has always stood above the rest is Joedat "Voyboy" Esfahani. 
Voyboy is undoubtedly one of the most experienced players in the League of Legends scene, having begun his career many years ago on Rock Solid, who later became what is today known as Team Dignitas. While on Dignitas he quickly rose to prominence as being one of the best top laners in all of North America and was feared by many for his hyper aggressive play style. During Season 2 Voyboy joined CLG and followed as the team journeyed to Korea and the World Championships. Although successful, the team did not live up to the expectations set out for them, and in Season 3 Voyboy joined Team Curse for a chance at a fresh start. 
Over the past year Voyboy has led Curse to countless victories and successes with his amazing high pressure playstyle, mechanics and strong game understanding. As the sole remaining member of the previous Curse roster, he is ready to step up and help lead the team to even greater heights.


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Like countless others, Alex "Xpecial" Chu's gaming history started back with the original DotA. Once he moved on to League of Legends, he quickly found success. After a while, he landed a spot on Team SoloMid. His tenure with the team would be start of one of the longest in League of Legends history.

During his successful three-year stay on TSM, Xpecial became well known and is still regarded as one of the best, if not the best, support players in North America.

Xpecial looks to continue his reign with Team Curse. He is the support for David "Cop" Roberson, and Xpecial looks to make an impact at his new home.

Twitter: @CurseXpecial   Stream:





Lae-Young "Keane" Jang
Keane comes to the Team Curse reserves with quite the solo queue record. He finished season two with 2300 elo on the Korean server, and in season three he finished as a top 15 player in Korea. Now Keane holds the number one solo queue position on the Oceanic server.
Derek "Zignature" Shao
Zignature is a challenger level player that brings an immense amount of skill to the Team Curse reserves. He's played for various challenger and semi-pro teams, with his high point of playing with Team Dignitas in early 2013.
Brandon "Saintvicious" DiMarco
Saintvicious has been part of Team Curse for years. At one point the jungler for the main team, Saintvicious retired only to come back to play support for the team early in 2014. If Saintvicious is needed, he brings an immense amount of game skill and veteran leadership to the team.
Micheal "Bunny Fufuu" Kurylo
Bunny Fufuu shocked everyone when he burst on to the professional scene in early 2014. Known for his unbelievable Thresh play, Bunny is a high ceiling, low risk prospect. Only time will tell how high Bunny Fufuu can go, but he has already started turning heads.
Zachary "MandatoryCloud" Hoschar
The former mid laner for XDGG, Mancloud brings his flashy play and aggressive style to Team Curse. He thrived in season 3, and the future looks bright for this 22 year old. Mancloud looks to prove that his early 2014 performance was a fluke.


  • #30 Tularian

    The team should bring in a coach with a proven record to fix the team's many strategic issues. The players are all so good, it is frustrating that they remain in the bottom of the league simply from being the worst strategic team. If management would actually provide them with a great coach/analyst to fix their problems with map movement, vision control, objective control, rotations, coordination, etc. they could really be a top team. But, until management steps up and gets a coach, these great players will unfortunately remain at the bottom. Mechanical skill will win you games occasionally but playing like a solo queue team strategically ends up losing a lot of games.

  • #29 voyboyforlife


  • #28 Tularian

    Woah the team actually has a coach?!?!? Why are they so weak strategically compared to the rest of the LCS? Is the coach just really bad or does the team ignore him?

  • #27 risk19l

    Hopefully Xpecial can make them a better team and pull them up. Sad he left TSM

  • #26 TCashington

    Voyboy never had any problems play against Coast or DIG, not DIG just got coast players and Voyboy still has no problem against DIG

  • #25 DiabolicMike

    Yeah I just saw that. Curse bout to get relegated again :'((

  • #24 Nefroz

    Sadly Shiphtur got picked up by Dig, Honestly I think Voy has seen better days.

  • #23 DiabolicMike

    As a CRS fan, I wanna see them pick up Shiphtur now that hes not on a LCS team. Would really give them a strong mid laner. Ill take either Quas or Voy up top, but I think ship is a huge step up :D

  • #22 Jchammer26

    Very good team xD

  • #21 SMITI


  • #20 P3N3TR4TOR


  • #19 edderskate225


  • #18 GreyHunter4

    Curse, stop making Cop play Caitlyn.  He's mechanically one of the best adc's and with Bunny bot lane could crush - except he's playing Caitlyn who offers so little to the team.  You see every other team play Lucian non-stop yet you don't ever use him.  Cop is also a sick Draven player who offers so much more then Caitlyn.  Don't hold back your players.  Let them shine.

  • #17 bradexpos

    Y u no add Lil Bunny FuFuu 3: he is da beast

  • #16 PlainsofBrolaf

    Voyboy is currently and has been one of my favorite Pro players for a very long time, his play style is so aggressive and awesome and he's really funny on streams too while also being very informative. He's a true professional gamer.

  • #15 PurpleGG

    I really appreciate Dominate's play style and gank pathways, he's one most creative junglers in NA. Pantheon & Wukong were brought up by him, and i see his picks really affects the meta and LCS.

    And for Cop, i really want him on Twitch on one of his games. :D



  • #14 MarineAdmiral

    they didnt get rid of EDward he left on his own


  • #13 Raitoon

    Zakent finaly in team!!!!! HURRAY!!!! I'm also proud and happy that they finaly removed Saint fom Jungler role! I really REALLY love Sainvicious but his playstyle and his moves are outdated and where ruining game after game in Worlds 2013... i was really desapointed and shamed for him

    Last edited by Raitoon: 11/2/2013 9:22:58 PM
  • #12 MetalStorm650

    Am i the only one that is mad that they got rid of EDward

  • #11 LiQuiD112

    Quote from NotBoron »

    So far this team is destroying the NACL and NESL!! I'm so glad to be with you guys every step of the way, and am excited that cop gets to stay! :D 


    Curse Or Die!

    Thanks, we off to a great start! 

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