J.Storm + XPG Partnership

QUEENS, NEW YORK — JUNE 19, 2019 — J.Storm is excited to announce our partnership with XPG, a manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash products. Part of ADATA Technology, XPG will be providing us with top of the line XPG gear, where we will be using XPG gaming headsets, SSDs, and DRAM memory exclusively.

“XPG is delighted to partner with XPG. We’re excited to use the latest and best equipment to improve the performance of our teams. We can’t wait to see what we can do together over the next couple years,” said Chandler Dent, J.Storm’s Business Director.

“XPG is extremely pleased to be partnering with J.Storm,” said Alex Yin, XPG Business Group Head. “We are honored to be associated with J.Storm and its members, and together we look forward to achieving some impressive results on the cyber battlefield and making an impact on the esports industry.”

XPG’s partnership with J.Storm will build on the existing values of the organization including its commitment to design excellence and teamwork, and desire to help esports pros reach new heights of success for themselves.

About XPG

XPG was established by ADATA with the aim of providing high-performance products to gamers, esports pros, and tech enthusiasts. XPG is committed to developing products that help users achieve extreme performance; therefore, it works closely with the gaming and esports community to gather insight into the real needs of users and incorporate it into its hardware. Beyond performance, every XPG product surpasses the rigorous ADATA A+ testing methodology, which ensures the highest standards of stability and reliability. Not only do XPG products sport solid functionality and durability, but they also shine through with sheer cool designs that have earned prestigious international accolades such as the Good Design Award, Red Dot Award, and Taiwan Excellence Award Gold . XPG delivers extreme gaming experiences to help make every moment exciting.

J.Storm Dota 2 Roster Update May 9

QUEENS, NEW YORK — MAY 9, 2019 — J.Storm has a roster update to announce as we make a change to our carry and offlane positions. Despite the win at WSOE, the team has struggled with communication and in practice games behind the scenes. That, coupled with our disappointing results in the previous qualifiers, has led the team to believe that a change needs to be made to gives us the best chance of qualifying and making an impact at TI9.

We would like to thank Sangdon “FoREv” Lee for his time at J.Storm as we say goodbye to the talented offlaner. David “Moo” Hull will revert back to the offlane position that brought him much success in the past.

To round out our roster, we welcome back a familiar face in Roman “Resolut1on” Fomynok, who we have acquired from Forward Gaming. Roman will take over the one position on the team. We’re excited to see what this roster can do heading in to qualifiers next week. Catch us in action on Wednesday, May 15 as we begin our run towards the Epicenter Major.

Roster:

  • Roman Resolut1on Fomynok

  • Jonathan Bryle De Guia

  • David Moo Hull

  • Clinton Fear Loomis

  • Taewon March Park

  • Jimmy DeMoN Ho

Thanks for your support, and #BringTheStorm.

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J.Storm Dota 2 Team Update

QUEENS, NEW YORK — DECEMBER 14, 2018 — J.Storm has an announcement to make regarding our Dota 2 roster. Effective immediately, we are releasing Milan MiLAN Kozomara from the team as we make a change to our support position. We’d like to thank Milan for his hard work, dedication and professionalism over these past few months, and we wish him the best moving forward.

We would like to welcome Clinton Fear Loomis to our Dota 2 team. One of the most respected and successful Dota players of all time, Fear has won a number of tournaments over the course of his career, with The International 5 win with Evil Geniuses as the major highlight. We are looking to benefit from his experience, stability and leadership throughout the rest of the DPC season.

Fear had this to say on joining J.Storm:

“I'm happy to be re-united with old friends and new talent on J.Storm. I have been playing Dota from its roots with March and DeMoN and we have been very good friends ever since. I am very excited to be playing with FoREv, Moo and Bryle and I think they are some of the best core players I could wish to play with this season.”

General Manager, Chandler Dent, had this to say on the changes:


“First off, we would like to thank Milan for his contributions over the course of this season. These decisions are never easy and we’re sad to see him go. He’s a talented player and an overall great person, and we wish him all the best.

“Regarding Fear, we’re extremely excited to welcome one of the legends in Dota. We are looking forward to learning from him and seeing what he can bring to the organization.”

Active roster:

  • David Moo Hull

  • Jonathan Bryle De Guia

  • Sangdon FoREv Lee

  • Clinton Fear Loomis

  • Taewon March Park

  • Coach: Jimmy DeMoN Ho

You can catch the team next in the Chongqing Major in January. Thanks for your support, and #BringTheStorm!


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J.Storm and GG.Bet Partnership

(QUEENS, NEW YORK — NOVEMBER 9, 2018 —) J.Storm is happy to announce our title sponsor for this Dota season, GG.Bet! GG.Bet is an online betting platform designed by esports enthusiasts and professionals who are dedicated to bringing you the best possible experience in online betting on your favorite games. GG.Bet provides live odds on all of your favorite esports titles and we’re very excited to be partnering with them!

For more information on GG.Bet, please visit their website at https://gg.bet/en.

J.Storm Fortnite Update

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK — SEPTEMBER 27, 2018 — J.Storm is excited to make another announcement today, this time in Fortnite. We would like to welcome Dawson “Tylarzz” Sherwood as our second Fortnite player. Tylarzz joins his teammate, James “Painful” Garrod, to form J.Storm’s first Fortnite duo.

Before playing Fortnite competitively, both Tylarzz and Painful grew large audiences in the Minecraft community. They’re looking to take their successful experiences in Minecraft and make an impact in competitive Fortnite.

J.Storm’s General Manager, Chandler Dent, had this to say on the newest addition to the team:


“We’re excited to bring both Tylarzz and Painful on board and to expand into our second title. Tylarzz & Painful both bring a great mix of entertainment, competitiveness and professionalism that aligns with our values as an org.

“Dawson ended with the most kills at PAX West and we’re excited to see what he can do moving forward in the competitive scene. James is a proven competitor in multiple skirmishes and has continued to place highly, finishing in the top ten in week one of the Fall Skirmish. We can’t wait to work together.”

Tylarzz had this to say on joining J.Storm:


“I’m super excited to join and represent J.Storm moving forward. Expect big things to come!”

Painful had this to say on joining J.Storm:

“I’m so excited to be joining J.Storm, and I’m looking forward to representing J.Storm in professional Fortnite tournaments. No one is ready for what is about to come, I train harder than everyone and I’m ready to put on a show.”

Be sure to follow Tylarzz at @Tylarzz on Twitter and tune in to his stream here, and follow Painful at @JamesGarrod7 on Twitter and tune in to his stream here.

Follow our team at @Team_JStorm and email business@teamvgj.co for comment.

#BringTheStorm