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GR Gaming was formed
First CSGO roster, which competed in minor tournaments, such as Faceit tournaments.
GR Gaming's instagram account was created, which was the start of GR Gaming's social media accounts, such as having a Facebook and Youtube account.
GR Gaming finishes 3rd - 4th at NPL's CSGO tournament winning $200 in prize money.
Roster leaves GR Gaming and disbands.
New CSGO roster, which had players under the age of 18, and were determined to compete at the highest level.
GR Gaming expands into Dota 2
GR Gaming release its CSGO roster.
GR Gaming sign the former roster of Xenergy.
Complete overhaul in the staff at GR Gaming, with more experience and matureness.
GR Gaming sign the former roster of Team SEDNA, as their new filipino roster.
GR Gaming finished 2nd at Equinox Community League Season 2, taking 25% of the total prize pool.
GR Gaming finished 1st at The Continental eSports League Season 2, taking 60% of the total prize pool.
Huge Announcement to be made on GR Gaming's website + facebook
GR Gaming qualifies for the PH Regional Finals of the AOC Masters Valorant Tournament.
GR Gaming placed 4th in the PH Regional Finals of the AOC Masters Valorant Tournament.
GR Gaming's PH Valorant Roster and PH CSGO academy rosters will be inactive until further notice.
GR Gaming's HK CS:GO team placed 9th to 16th at the Rise of Legion: 2021 Spring tournament
GR Gaming signed their new Valorant Hong Kong team, with previous experience on other top teams such as AkaLion and Oblivion Force.
GR Gaming released their Valorant Hong Kong team, wishing them a prosperous future career!
GR Gaming's Hong Kong CS:GO team got promoted to EZK Prime League Season 2, beating Split 3000 2-0 in the relegation playoffs, under the name of "Xenergy".
GR Gaming signed the former Valorant roster of Meteor Infinite, based in Indonesia.
GR Gaming's International CS:GO team placed 5th to 8th at the CSGO2ASIA Grassroots Cup, hosted by CSGO2ASIA
GR Gaming's Hong Kong CS:GO team qualified for ESL Challenger League APAC Season 40 after placing 5th - 8th in Season 39 APAC Open.