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EVOS TV

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EVOS Esports (also known as Zero Latitude) is a professional esports organisation based in Jakarta, Indonesia. It has competitive teams in Arena of Valor, Free Fire, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, PUBG Mobile and League of Legends: Wild Rift.


The organisation previously fielded a League of Legends squad that competed in the Vietnam Championship Series (VCS), the country's top level of competitive League of Legends. On 7 April 2018, the squad became VCS champions (a title held only by the GIGABYTE Marines at the moment), an accomplishment accomplished in their first outing in the league.


This qualified them for the 2018 Mid-Season Invitational (MSI), where they outperformed other well-known international teams.


Personal Information


NameEVOS TV
Profile NameEVOS TV
DOB (Age)21 August 2016
DOJ (YouTube)August 31st, 2016
Total Videos1,278
Schedule/StatusDaily
Net Worth$1-5 million
NationalityIndonesian
ResidenceJakarta


Social media statistics


PlatformFollowers/SubscribersViews
YouTube 2.94 million307,915,693

Instagram 7.17 million


Career


With the addition of an all-Indonesian lineup in 2017, EVOS Esports entered the competitive Arena of Valor scene. Hartawan “WyvorZ” Muliadi, Sultandyo “MythR” Raihan, and Hartanto “POKKA” Lius joined the team in August 2018. On February 16, 2019, EVOS won AOV Star League Season 2, qualifying for the 2019 Arena of Valor World Cup as Indonesia’s representative.


“EVOS.iLogic Vs RRQ.Varizh- SEA Top MMR!” is the oldest video on the EVOS TV channel. The video has over 28k views as of September 2022. The video shows a Dota 2 match between Evos iLogic and RRQ Varizh.


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On December 4, 2020, EVOS announced the closure of their Arena of Valor Vietnam division.

The League of Legends squad of EVOS Esports competes in the Vietnam Championship Series (VCS), Vietnam’s highest level of competitive League of Legends.


EVOS finished first in the VCS 2018 Spring Split with a 12-2 record in the regular season. Their regular-season finish earned EVOS a finals bye in the playoffs, where they defeated GIGABYTE Marines 3-2, qualifying them for the 2018 Mid-Season Invitational (MSI).


EVOS defeated SuperMassive eSports 3-1 in the MSI 2018 main event, qualifying to clinch a berth in the main tournament. EVOS finished the main tournament at MSI 2018 with a 2-8 record, missing out in the playoffs.


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On September 15, 2018, EVOS’ long-time mid laner oàn “Warzone” Văn Ngc Sn quit professional gaming and became a streamer for the organization. In preparation for the VCS 2019 Spring Split, he was replaced by V “Petland” Hunh Quang Huy and Lê “Dia1” Ph Qu. With a 9-5 record throughout the regular season, EVOS finished third and qualified for the playoffs. EVOS defeated Friends Forever 3-2 in a close series in the first round of playoffs, and Sky Gaming 3-1 in the second round, went on to face Phong V Buffalo in the finals, which they lost 1-3.


On December 7, 2020, EVOS’ League of Legends division was dissolved. Evos Esports was founded in September 2016 and began with a Dota division before expanding into other games such as Mobile Legends: Bang Bang. The squad played well in small competitions, and after a string of losses, they began to reorganize the team, bringing in fresh players like Tobias “JessNoLimit” Justin and Eko “Oura” Julianto. After coming second in the first MPL and the next season, they began to gain traction in competitions.


The club failed to qualify for the playoffs the next season after finishing in eighth place. As a result, the team had to re-organize, signing seasoned MPL veterans such as Yurino “Donkey” Angkawidjaja as well as new players Ihsan “Luminaire” Kusudana and Muhammad “Wannn” Ridwan. EVOS, a newly formed team, finished first in the MPL Season 4 regular season and defeated RRQ in the grand finals to win their maiden championship. EVOS was able to maintain its momentum, earning the first M1 World Title in 2019 in Kuala Lumpur.


EVOS Esports and Nexplay Esports established a new partnership in June 2021 to form Nexplay EVOS, a competitive esports team for the Mobile Legends MPL PH Season 8 event.


Bjorn “Zeys” Ong, the coach of EVOS Legends, confirmed the import of new EVOS player Gerald “Dlar” Trinchera, a former player of ONIC Philippines who competes in the MPL Philippines franchise along with his other colleagues who will also play in the MPL Indonesian franchise.


On September 15, 2022, the EVOS organization abruptly announced the relegation of their EVOS Legends roster “Dlar” in an online interview with Gerald “Dlar” Trinchera. “I only played three games this season, and it wasn’t enough,” he added. “I need to do a few things first and adjust to the Indonesian culture.” Despite this, he only competed in two MPL Indonesia series in week two.


Net Worth


According to Net Worth Spot, Evos Esports has an estimated net worth of $1-5 million as of September 2022. Ivan Yeo, the co-founder of EVOS Esports, has turned the company into Southeast Asia's leading professional esports company, with a presence in five local marketplaces. It has 62 players spread among 12 competitive teams, with several representing Singapore and Indonesia at the 2019 Southeast Asia Games.


Insignia Venture Partners and others contributed $4.4 million to the company's Series A investment. Yeo intends to use the new funds to expand the startup's esports entertainment business, which presently manages 50 gaming influencers with 25 million social media followers and 34 million YouTube subscribers. EVOS Esports will give them with streaming contracts, brand endorsement arrangements, and offline event gigs, as well as social media management and content development assistance.


Personal Life


There is little to no information available about the personal and private lives of the members of EVOS Esports.

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Other Social Media Statistics


EVOS Esports are active only on Instagram besides their YouTube channel, with a following of over 7.17 million. The posts on their account mostly include announcements of their activity.


Content on YouTube


Evos Esports post video daily on their channel and their videos usually receive several thousand views, and some videos cross hundreds of thousands of views over time. They post videos in which they show their members engaged in various activities, announcements, clips of their players in tournaments and more.


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This is their most watched video, with over 7.2 million views as of September 2022. This video is an episode of the AXN show of Evos Esports in which Mr.05 and Street face off against each other.


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This is their second-most watched video, with over 4.7 million views as of September 2022. Evos announce the joining of their new member Microboy.


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This is their third-most watched video, with over 3.8 million views as of September 2022. Members of the Evos team talk about who they think the most handsome player of the team is.


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This is their fourth-most watched video, with over 3.6 million views as of September 2022. Members of the Evos team face off against each other in League of Legends.


Interesting Facts


  • EVOS Esports was formerly known as Zero Latitude.

  • Ivan Yeo, Hartman Harris, Michael Widjaya, and Teng Jen Ang are the co-founders of the organisation.

FAQs


Q. When was EVOS Esports formed?

A. EVOS Esports was formed on 21 August 2016 in Indonesia.

Q. How many games does EVOS Esport compete in?

A. EVOS currently compete in two games, including Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and Garena Free Fire.

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