Updated: Jul 2, 2021
It's Thursday and you know what that means, another banger MexiFacts article! After weeks of research and conversations with LAN Champions I finally scraped up enough information to get all the winners for Minnesota LAN's and major events. There may be some LAN's that I am missing so if you see one that is not on here let me know. I talked with Exio who was in charge of the Epic 1.0 LAN and unfortunately he didn't have the winners for that LAN. Here is the information!
Minnesota LAN Champions:
GopherCon Champions (12/02/2017): Warm Sky - Petar and SuperPants
Epic 1.0 Champions (03/12/2018): GG EZ - ?
GopherCon Champions (12/01/2018): Section9 - Aostine and Unquiet
Galvanized Esports Champions (12/01/2018): Barely Legal - Mako and Prussia
Player Up Champions (02/16/2019): BIG EGO - Mexi, Marksman, Wildcat
Ski U Con Champions (03/30/2019): Twin Cities Gaming - Awksauce, Zbruh, BSquared
Final Four Champions (04/06/2019): BIG EGO - Mexi, Marksman, Wildcat
Minnesota Rush Champions (08/09/2019): Sway Esports - Marksman, Gatman, Ambrosia
Player Up Champions (09/01/2019): Upper90 Esports - Mexi, Marksman, Zodak
Alpine Esports MOA Champions (09/22/2019): Upper90 Esports - Mexi, Fredrick, Prussia
Player Up Champions (02/15/2020): Upper90 Esports - Mexi, Marksman, CheerioJF
The Garage Champions (02/29/2020): Upper Limit - Marksman, Ambrosia, CheerioJF
Minnesota Online Champions:
North Star Invitational Champions (05/03/2020): St. Paul Senators - Ambrosia, Jives, Bread
CLMN Season 1 Champions (06/12/2020): Grand Forks Jets - Renn, Caesar, Rev0
MNCS Season 1 Champions (06/14/2020): Hibbing Rangers - Tero, Gatman, Smurf
North Star Invitational 2 Champions (09/13/2020): St. Paul Senators - Ambrosia, Renn, Milk
CLMN Season 2 Champions (10/17/2020): White Bear Lakers - Mjck, CzchR, Wastee
MNCS Season 2 Champions (10/25/2020): Minnetonka Barons - Aostine, Lucid, Immortal
Minnesota LAN Champions Post COVID:
CLMN2 Season 3 Champions (06/12/2021): Hibbing Rovers - IntoAudacity, TrevorG, Schmorky, Meeuh11
CLMN Season 3 Champions (06/12/2021): Rochester Riff - Dicey, iChaotic, PCMcD
MNCS Season 3 Champions (06/12/2021): Minnetonka Barons - Aostine, Notice, Berf
Marksman - 6 LAN Victories
Mexi - 5 LAN Victories
Ambrosia - 2 LAN Victories, 2 Online Victories
Aostine - 2 LAN Victory, 1 Online Victory
Wildcat - 2 LAN Victories
Prussia - 2 LAN Victories
CheerioJF - 2 LAN Victories
Gatman - 1 LAN Victory, 1 Online Victory
Notice - 1 LAN Victory
Berf - 1 LAN Victory
Dicey - 1 LAN Victory
iChaotic - 1 LAN Victory
PCMcD - 1 LAN Victory
IntoAudacity - 1 LAN Victory
TrevorG - 1 LAN Victory
Schmorky - 1 LAN Victory
Petar - 1 LAN Victory
SuperPants - 1 LAN Victory
Mako - 1 LAN Victory
Awksauce - 1 LAN Victory
Zbruh - 1 LAN Victory
BSquared - 1 LAN Victory
Zodak - 1 LAN Victory
Fredrick - 1 LAN Victory
Renn - 2 Online Victories
Jives - 1 Online Victory
Bread - 1 Online Victory
Tero - 1 Online Victory
Smurf - 1 Online Victory
Milk - 1 Online Victory
Lucid - 1 Online Victory
Immortal - 1 Online Victory
Caesar - 1 Online Victory
Rev0 - 1 Online Victory
Mjck - 1 Online Victory
CzchR - 1 Online Victory
Wastee - 1 Online Victory
Rocket League was released to the public on 07/07/2015 and according to my records, the 1st Minnesota Rocket League LAN was hosted by the University of Minnesota at GopherCon on 12/02/2017. We can say that Petar and SuperPants are the 1st players to ever win a Minnesota LAN.
The University of Minnesota hosted 3 LAN's in 2017 and early 2018 then partnered with Shift Up Esports who hosted the next 6 LAN's. Shift Up Esports are the ones who host the Player Up LAN's. Between Shift Up's LAN's, Galvanized Esports, the Minnesota Rocket League Community, and Alpine Esports all hosted LAN's.
Petar and SuperPants competed in a couple LAN's in the 2017 and early 2018 but have never competed in the MNCS. Maybe we could find these players?
4 players have won Minnesota LAN's but have never competed in MNCS: Petar, SuperPants, Unquiet, and Fredrick.
Ambrosia is the first player to win a Minnesota LAN and a Minnesota Online event.
Unquiet, Fredrick, Mexi, Gatman, and CheerioJF have won every Minnesota LAN they have competed in.
Mexi has the most consecutive Minnesota LAN victories with 5.
Marksman has won the most LAN's in Minnesota with 6 victories but doesn't compete anymore.
Despite Marksman having the most LAN victories, he lost in the Alpine Esports MOA LAN along side Ambrosia and Toast.
Upper90 Esports has won the most Minnesota LAN titles.
2019 to early 2020 was the year of Mexi and Marksman. They won 3 LAN's with 3 different 3rds: Wildcat, Zodak, and CheerioJF.
Tero, Mako, and Prussia have teamed for the last 2 Player Up LAN's and have lost twice in the Grand Finals to Mexi and Marksman.
Tero teamed with Mako and Prussia in the Player Up LAN after losing to them in the finals of the Galvanized Esports LAN.
Despite Mexi and Marksman winning 4 LAN's together, they teamed in season 2 of MNCS under the Burnsville Inferno franchise, made it to the playoffs but got 1st rounded. Marksman announced his retirement after the season.
The St. Paul Senators have won the past 2 North Star Invitationals and have made it to the grand finals in the past 2 MNCS seasons but have never won MNCS.
Here are the LAN locations: The University of Minnesota - Minneapolis, The Garage - Burnsville, Mystic Lake Casino - Prior Lakes, Minneapolis Convention Center - Minneapolis, The Left Click Lounge - Minneapolis. The majority of Minnesota LAN's have been hosted in Minneapolis.