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COGnitive Gaming
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Team Information
Location: United States USA
Managers: David "Smugglinrum" Fry II
Website: http://cognitive-gaming.com
Facebook: COGnitiveGaming
Twitter: COGnitive_Media
Organization
Sister Team (Former): COGnitive Forge
COGnitive EU
COGnitive Red
Aquila
COGnitive Clique
History
Created: 2013-12
Disbanded: 2016-01-23
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COGnitive Gaming was an American eSports organization. It was one of the first organizations venturing into SMITE by picking up their first team in July 2013. It has since been home to several European, American, and Oceanic SMITE lineups, most notably the lineups of COGnitive Prime and COGnitive Red, which were leading teams in Season 1 before disbanding leading into Season 2. The organization shut its doors on 31 December 2016.

This article describes its main lineup, which has been dubbed COGnitive Prime. For the other teams, see COGnitive Red, COGnitive Forge and COGnitive EU.

History

Pre Launch

COGnitive Gaming was originally comprised of Shing, MLCst3alth, Allied, Kaeyoh and 0mega. MLCst3alth was eventually benched for not playing the game enough by Shing, and was replaced by Incontinentia. Kaeyoh later retired from competitive Smite. Allied, Incontinentia and Shing then founded SNIPE Gaming, with 0mega leaving at the same time.

Andinster then invited 0mega and MLCst3alth to his new team, whose other members were BaRRaCCuDDa and DaretoCare. For the remainder of pre-launch, COGnitive Gaming almost went undefeated, only losing to DownToFrag.

Season 1

COGnitive Gaming placed third during the Smite Launch Tournament, being defeated by Team Dignitas in the semifinals. They were almost defeated by SNIPE Gaming earlier in the tournament, but due to an unfortunate misplay, COGnitive Gaming eventually won that matchup.

Season 2

Spring Split

On February 15th, COGnitive Gaming signed their new roster, comprised of What's Kraken members.

Summer Split

On July 23rd, Meerkat and bchm parted ways with COGnitive. Meanwhile, Homiefe returned to the jungle, while Wubbn and Baskintodaface join as the new support and solo laner, respectively.[1]

In the Fall Relegations, COGnitive successfully defended their SPL spot against a freshly sponsored Noble eSports in a convincing 3-0 series, qualifying for the Fall Split.

Fall Split

On August 13th, only days before the start of the split, FaymousHate announced the team had been released by COGnitive Gaming.[2] It was later clarified by COGnitive's DeamonMachine that the roster had disbanded instead, leading to the contract release of the players.[3]

On the same day, a new roster was seen joining the in-game clan. It was then confirmed by COGnitive owner David Fry that this would be the new lineup.[4] This new roster, comprised of former Fat Chunks Assemble members Aror and Cabom, and veterans Meerkat, djpernicus, and TheBest. The season was spearheaded by djpernicus' Guan Yu and Ratatoskr picks, as well as TheBest's Hel. Finishing with a final record of 13-15, they qualified for the NA Super Regionals. Facing off against Cloud 9 in their first set, they were defeated 0:3, although all were very close games. In the months following, Meerkat and Cabom both left the team citing poor team chemistry, as well as their desires to play other roles. On January 23, 2016, the organization wound up without a roster and SPL spot as TheBest, Aror, and djpernicus joined Team Eager.

Timeline

  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2013
  • July, COGnitive Gaming is formed.

Player Roster

Former

ID Name Role Next Team
USA djpernicus Cody Tyson Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle Egrlogo std.png Team Eager
USA TheBest Jeremy Dailey Template:RoleSortNumber Mid Egrlogo std.png Team Eager
USA Aror Max Jackson Template:RoleSortNumber Support Egrlogo std.png Team Eager
USA Meerkat Tyler Jensen Template:RoleSortNumber Solo Logo std2.png Problem Solved
USA Cabom Christian Dura Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter NVlogo std.png Team EnVyUs
South Korea Baskintodaface Kim Woon-young (김운용) Template:RoleSortNumber Solo C9logo std.png Cloud9
USA Homiefe Alexander D'Souza Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle Deniallogo std.png Denial eSports
USA Hurriwind Tyler Whitney Template:RoleSortNumber Mid C9logo std.png Cloud9
USA FaymousHate Damian Gudel Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter RBRlogo std.png Risky Behavior
USA Wubbn Derek M. Gibson Jr. Template:RoleSortNumber Support RBRlogo std.png Risky Behavior
USA bchm Benjamin Chmura Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle TSMlogo std.png Team SoloMid
USA ScaryD Ronald Belair Template:RoleSortNumber Solo Chunkslogo std.png Fat Chunks
USA Jigz Connor Echols Template:RoleSortNumber Support TSMlogo std.png Team SoloMid
USA Mask Suharab Askarzada Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle NMElogo std.png Enemy
USA BaRRaCCuDDa John Salter Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter C9logo std.png Cloud9
USA MLCst3alth Brett Felley Template:RoleSortNumber Mid C9logo std.png Cloud9
USA andinster Andrew Woodward Template:RoleSortNumber Jungler C9logo std.png Cloud9
USA JeffHindla Rosario Vilardi Template:RoleSortNumber Support C9logo std.png Cloud9
USA Omegatron Ryan Johnson Template:RoleSortNumber Solo C9logo std.png Cloud9
USA DaretoCare Brendan Daniels Template:RoleSortNumber Support Dlogo std.png Team Dignitas
Canada Eonic Sinjin Thorpe Template:RoleSortNumber Support COGRedlogo std.png COGnitive Red
USA Shing Alexander Rosa Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle SNIPElogo std.png SNIPE Gaming
USA Allied David Hance Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter SNIPElogo std.png SNIPE Gaming
USA Kaeyoh Kurt Ocher Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter Retiredlogo std.png Retired
USA Jjaja Template:RoleSortNumber Support Retiredlogo std.png Retired
USA Incontinentia Riley Unzelman Template:RoleSortNumber Mid SNIPElogo std.png SNIPE Gaming

Organization

ID Name Position
USA Smugglinrum David Fry II Template:RoleSortNumber Manager

Team Achievements

Team Achievements
Date Place Event Roster Winnings
2015-11-22 A66th 2015 NA Regional Championship MeerkatdjpernicusTheBestCabomAror $ 24,000
2015-10-25 A66th Season 2 NA SPL Fall Season MeerkatdjpernicusTheBestCabomAror
2015-09-20 A55 - 6th Gears of Fate Cognitive Gaming Invitational MeerkatdjpernicusTheBestCabomAror $ 1,000
2015-08-01 I1Q Season 2 NA SPL Fall Relegations BaskintodafaceHomiefeHurriwindFaymousHateWubbn
2015-07-11 A55 - 8th NA Hitbox Invitational MeerkatbchmHurriwindFaymousHateHomiefe
2015-06-28 A77th Season 2 NA SPL Summer Season MeerkatbchmHurriwindFaymousHateHomiefe $ 11,500
2015-05-10 I1Q Season 2 NA SPL Summer Qualifiers MeerkatHomiefeHurriwindFaymousHateJigz
2015-04-05 A55th Season 2 NA SPL Spring Season MeerkatMaskHurriwindFaymousHateJigz $ 3,250
2015-02-28 I1Q Season 2 NA SPL Spring Qualifiers MeerkatMaskHurriwindFaymousHateJigz
2015-01-11 A11st SMITE World Championship 2015 OmegatronandinsterMLCst3althBaRRaCCuDDaJeffHindla $ 1,306,130
2014-11-23 A22nd 2014 NA Regional Championship OmegatronandinsterMLCst3althBaRRaCCuDDaJeffHindla $ 10,000
2014-10-05 A22nd Season 1 NA SPL Regular Season OmegatronandinsterMLCst3althBaRRaCCuDDaJeffHindla $ 4,250
2014-03-30 A33rd SMITE Launch Tournament OmegaandinsterMLCst3althBaRRaCCuDDaDaretoCare $ 30,507
Total earnings:
    • USD 1,390,637

Highlight Videos

Cognitive Gaming - Season 2

Interviews

See Also

External Links

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 [1]
  2. COGnitive releases roster
  3. 3.0 3.1 The Cognado (What happened with COG)
  4. 4.0 4.1 David Fry II confirms new roster is in the clan.
  5. Eager's Season 3 Roster and FAQ
  6. COGnitive Media releases both SMITE teams
  7. COGnitive Gaming Season 2
  8. Jigz leaves to join TSM as coach
  9. Cabom leaves COG
  10. Meerkat leaves COG