Asia StarCraft II Invitational Tournament 2012
As the name suggests, this tournament was an invitational team league that featured eight teams representing different Asian countries. It was hosted by the Taiwan eSports League and had a prize pool of 40,000 USD. Invictus Gaming managed to clinch the third position and received an award of 40,000USD.
PLU StarCraft II Team League Season 3, 2012
This StarCraft II event was played using the round-robin format featuring eight top eSport teams. The prize pool money was approximately 6,300 USD. The event was hosted on a Chinese server, with Alienware as the main sponsor. Invictus Gaming won the tournament, winning 3,142 USD.
eSports Champion League (ECL) 2014
The ECL was a professional tournament that featured Dota 2, StarCraft II, and Hearthstone games. It was organized by CESPC and had a prize pool of approximately $10,000. The format used was a double-elimination format from a best of five. All matches played were 1v1, except for match-three, which was 2v2. Invictus Gaming won first place and was awarded $4,831.
StarCraft League 2015
The StarCraft league 2015 tournament involved some of the well-established and renowned teams, making it one of the fiercest competitions at the time. The prize pool was approximately $16,000. The format involved a double round-robin from which top teams proceeded to the Playoffs. Invictus Gaming finished at second position and was awarded $6,400.
Neo Star League 2016/2017
This event was organized by NeoTV in 2016, hosted on a Chinese server. It followed the double round-robin format, from which winners proceeded to the Playoffs. The prize money was approximately $29,000. Invictus Gaming won first place and took home a cash prize of $14,513. The same event took place the following year in Shanghai. Invictus Gaming still won first place and was awarded $8,850.
The team has been putting up impressive performances over the years. While the performances listed above are noteworthy, several big wins are etched in the team's history. Over the years, only a few events have contributed more than $1,000,000. These include Dota 2, League of Legends, which have contributed 8,169,612.24 and $3,991,850.16 to the $15 million total.