In 2013, Jimmy' DeMoN' Ho (USA) joined the team. The TI4 Squad in 2014 comprised South Koreans Park Tae-won alias March, Kim Seon-yeob alias QO, and Lee Sang-don alias Forev. Other players on the roster were Lee 'Reisen' Jun-Yeong and Lee Seung-gon alias Heen. Two players left the team in the same year. These were Kim 'DuBu' Doo-young and Jung Har alias Solara, both Koreans.
The TI5 Squad in 2015 was boosted with new players to replace the ones who had left. Damien' kpii' Chok (Australian) joined the team alongside Wong Jeng Yih alias NutZ (Singapore). The following year, Pyo No-a alias MP was added to the roster. Kim Tae-sung, alias Velo joined the team in 2016. The team developed to become one of the best esports teams in the world. Unfortunately, MVP Phoenix was disbanded in 2017.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
As for CS:GO, the disbanded team was composed mainly of South Koreans. Lee Hyun-pyo alias Xign, Kim' HSK' Hae-sung, Jeon Jung-Hyeon alias rindA. Others were Kwon' Argency' Soon-woo and Jung Soo-Yong alias kAyle. The team's coach Ronald 'Rambo' Kim, was from the United States.
The team has also had other players such as Ahn Ho-kyeong alias Timon, Nam Hyeong-Ju alias Sound, Park' zwff' Min-Seok, and Pyeon Seon-ho alias Termi, who was a coach. Kim Kee-Suk, alias suckle, was also a notable temporary stand-in for Team MVP.
League of Legends
The League of Legends roster was mainly made up of South Koreans, such as Park SU-Hyeon alias Beware, Kim Byeong-jun alias Carrot, and Kim Seon-Gyu alias Crow. Other players on the roster were Cho' Motive' Se-hee, Kim Jae-jin alias Neulbo, Seo 'Garden' Jeong-won, and Lee Ho-Seong alias Edge. Kim Kyu-Seok and Kim' Iffy' Hyeon-jun have also been on MVP's LoL roster.
In 2015, five players joined the team. Kang ‘ADD’ Geon-mo, Oh Hyun-sik alias MaHa and An Jun-hyeong alias Ian. Na Woo-Hyung alias Pilot and Jeong' Max' Jong-bin were the rest of the roster, all South Koreans. Cha In-Myeong alias ChaResh and Lee Jong-won alias Saroo have been team members of MVP.