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Karmine Corp
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Team Information
Org Location
France
Region
EMEA
EMEA
OwnerKamel "Kameto" Kebir
Amine "Prime" Mekri
SponsorOrange
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Michelin
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Fitness Park
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History
Created2020-11-16
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Karmine Corp is an organization founded by popular French streamer Kameto and influencer Prime. They were previously known as Kameto Corp. They are more commonly referred to as KCorp.

The organization quickly gained popularity among the French community and has now acquired one of the largest fanbases in France and French-speaking countries. Though they started out in League of Legends, KCorp has as of 2022 rosters on a number of other games, namely Valorant, TFT, Trackmania, Rocket League and Smash Bros Ultimate.

History[]

2021 Season[]

Spring Split[]

Karmine Corp rebranded from the name Kameto Corp after qualifying for the LFL (League of Legends French League) from the second division. The team acquired a brand new roster composed of: Adam, Cinkrof, Saken, XMatty, and Targamas, with only Adam being kept from their previous iteration in second division.

The team quickly rose to recognition, consistently finishing in the top 3 after each week, and even ending the regular season in first place after securing a tiebreaker win over Misfits Premier. Already qualified for the playoffs finals, they dominantly defeated Misfits Premier 3-0 to win the season, their first trophy, and secure the LFL first seed for European Masters.

European Masters Spring[]

Going into EUM, Karmine Corp were seen as favorites to win the tournament. They dominated their group, with a score of 6-0, and even secured a 17 minutes victory over FC Schalke 04 Evolution. They faced SAIM SE SuppUp in the quarterfinals and UCAM Esports Club in the semifinals, with both series being close and ending in the maximum number of games, but Karmine Corp still secured 2-1 victories over these teams. KCorp then faced BT Excel in the finals, who they had previously beaten 2-0 in group stage, and with a score of 3-1, the organization won their first European Masters trophy in front of more than 370,000 viewers, an all-time record for the tournament, and an all-time record for a French League of Legends esports broadcast.[1]

Summer Split[]

Following the exposure the team got during European Masters, Adam was recruited by Fnatic in the LEC and Cabochard was selected to replace him as the new top laner. Despite the roster change, Karmine Corp carried their momentum from EU Masters into the summer split, they dominated the whole regular season, being consistently in first place from beginning to end. Once again receiving a finals bye, they faced Misfits Premier in finals for a spring finals rematch, but this time they fell short, losing the series 3-1, they then went to European Masters as LFL 2nd seed.

European Masters Summer[]

KCorp were largely favorites in their group and ended up being first place with a score of 5-1, dropping only a single game to LVP first seed Vodafone Giants. In the quarterfinals they faced once again UCAM Esports Club, but this time quickly defeated the team with a final score of 3-0, and advanced to the semifinals. There they faced Prime League first seed BIG which opposed great resistance by taking the first and fourth game, but KCorp still won the series 3-2. In the finals they faced Fnatic Rising who just defeated favorites Misfits Premier. Karmine Corp took a lead in the series by scoring the first two games, but were in a dire situation when Fnatic won the two following games, thus tying the series. After a largely one-sided ame 5 where KCorp took an early lead and managed to snowball from it, they secured the series and avoided the reverse-sweep. They became the first organization to win EUM twice and the first organization to win EUM back-to-back.

2022 Season[]

Spring Split[]

Following the departures of Cinkrof, XMatty, and Targamas for LEC teams, the structure acquired jungler 113, support Hantera, and in one of the most mediatized roster swaps of the offseason, ADC Rekkles.

The team had a rough first three weeks, placing at 8th place with a result of 2-4 before Week 4. KCorp managed to secure a 2-0 week in front of an audience on occasion of the LFL Days being played offline at a venue for this week, and carried the momentum for the rest of the regular season where they ended up 2nd and were already qualified for European Masters.

Facing LDLC OL in their first playoffs match, they fell short losing 3-0, and in the loser bracket, KC also lost to Team BDS Academy 3-1, still qualifying for European Masters play-ins.

European Masters Spring[]

As expected, Karmine Corp easily advanced through the play-in stage, dropping no games and heading to the main event.

They were seeded with tournament contenders NLC first seed X7 Esports and Prime League first seed GamerLegion. They suffered a harsh defeat in their first group stage game against X7, failing to secure a single kill. However, they bounced back to win all five of their remaining games, including a tiebreaker against X7, to secure first place in the group.

In the quarterfinals, they faced Unicorns of Love Sexy Edition, who took Game 1, but KCorp swept the next three games to advance to the semifinals. They then faced Vitality.Bee in a heated and intense series that initially went 2-0 in Vitality's favor. However, KCorp managed to win Game 3 and use the momentum to complete the reverse sweep and advance to the finals. They finally faced off against LFL champion and tournament favorite LDLC OL, losing Game 1 but winning the next two games to secure a 3-1 victory. Karmine Corp once again broke records by becoming the first organization to win the tournament three times, and they also won it back-to-back-to-back.

Summer Season[]

The team had high expectations heading into the summer season, but their performances declined throughout the season. They barely secured a playoff spot, but fell in the first round to GameWard 3-1, thus failing to qualify for the European Masters for the first time in the team's history.

2023 Season[]

Spring Split[]

Coming into the 2023 season, KCorp released their jungle and bot lane duo, signing Skeanz, Kaori, and Whiteinn. Cabochard and Saken remained on the team. The roster failed to perform to expectations, consistently occupying the bottom places of the league and missing playoffs for the first time in the team's history.

Summer Split[]

Following the failure of the spring season, KCorp released their bot lane duo and moved Skeanz to a substitute position. They acquired young promising talent Caliste and welcomed back their 2021 jungler Cinkrof and support Targamas.

The team had much better results throughout the season, scoring a seven-game win streak over four weeks and securing first place in regular season. During regular season, rookie Caliste performed really well, even under pressure, with the team securing two wins in front of more than 1,500 KCorp fans during LFL offline week.

The team was seen as the favorite heading into the playoffs. In their first round, they faced BK ROG Esports and defeated them 3-1. They then met them again in the finals, this time quickly sweeping the series with a score of 3-0 to be crowned LFL champions for the second time after LFL 2021 Spring, Karmine Corp will then return to the EMEA Masters after two splits of absence.

EMEA Masters Summer[]

Karmine Corp got through the group phase with some difficulty, losing twice to Macko Esports and once to Nativz, securing its playoff place in a tie-breaker.

They were drawn to play against Istanbul Wildcats in the quarter-finals, who were seen as the tournament favourites. But the series was dominated by KCorp, who defeated them 3-0 in very clean fashion.

Then in the semi-finals they met Team GO, who had been on a roll throughout the tournament so far. The series was heated and went back and forth, but in the end Karmine Corp took over with a finale score of 3-2 and were headed to Montpellier in front of their audience for the finals.

There they met Movistar Riders, LVP's first seed who had convincing performances in their side of the bracket. KCorp opened the series with two very convincing games and getting a headstart of 2-0. But Movistar won the two following games tying the series at 2-2 and giving the audience the silver scrapes. The final game was heated with both teams winning teamfights but KCorp managed at some point to create a lead and took over the grand finals securing their 4th EMEA Masters trophy in front of about 10,000 of their fans in Montpellier.


Trivia[]

  • Karmine Corp faced Vitality.Bee twice in best-of-5 series, once in the LFL 2021 Finals and once in the European Masters Spring 2022, and both series ended in reverse sweeps in favor of Karmine Corp.
  • The organization frequently holds events named Karmine Corp Experience (KCX), where the players play a game in front of an audience and can meet the fans.
    • The first KCX took place in the Palais des Congrès in Paris, gathering 3,700 fans.
    • The second KCX took place in the mythical venue AccorHotels Arena, which also hosted the Worlds 2019 finals. The 12,000 tickets were sold out during the release day. [2]
    • The third KCX took place in Paris La Défense Arena, the largest indoor stadium on european continent, and gathered about 30,000 fans
  • Karmine Corp won EMEA Masters everytime they participated as of EMEA Masters Summer 2023, where the organization won its fourth title.
  • The organization announced on the 16th of September 2023 that they are becoming the only tenant of a 3,000 seat stadium in the south of Paris. It is currently expected to be opened for summer 2024 and will host showmatches, official matches, viewing parties and more[3].

Timeline[]

  • 2020
  • 2021
  • 2022
  • 2023
  • 2024
  • January 6, Nalkya (Positional Coach) joins.[26]
  • November 18, Saken changes residency from
    EU
    Europe
    to
    EMEA
    EMEA
    . 113 changes residency from
    TR
    Turkey
    to
    EMEA
    EMEA
    . Hantera changes residency from
    EU
    Europe
    to
    EMEA
    EMEA
    . Cabochard changes residency from
    EU
    Europe
    to
    EMEA
    EMEA
    . Reha changes residency from
    EU
    Europe
    to
    EMEA
    EMEA
    . Kameto changes residency from
    EU
    Europe
    to
    EMEA
    EMEA
    . Striker changes residency from
    EU
    Europe
    to
    EMEA
    EMEA
    . Wao changes residency from
    EU
    Europe
    to
    EMEA
    EMEA
    . Rekkles changes residency from
    EU
    Europe
    to
    EMEA
    EMEA
    .
  • November 30,
    113 leaves.[27]
  • December 15,
    Rekkles leaves.[28]
  • December 18,
    Hantera leaves.[29]
  • December 20, Striker (Head Coach) leaves.[30]
  • January 3,
    Caliste and Wadi (Assistant Coach) leave for academy roster.[51]
    Bo,
    Upset, YamatoCannon (Head Coach), Shaves (Assistant Coach), Steak (Assistant Coach), Clément (Performance Coach), and Xenesis (Head of Data) join.
    Reha (Head Coach to Assistant Coach) changes position.
    Cabochard,
    Saken, and
    Targamas' contracts are extended.[52][53] Alastraea (General Manager,Berlin Esports Coordinator) joins.[54]
  • January 8,
    Cabochard,
    Bo,
    SAKEN,
    Upset, and Shaves (Assistant Coach)'s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2024. Yamato (Head Coach) and Reha (Assistant Coach)'s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 17 November 2025.[55]
  • January 9,
    Targamas' contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 17 November 2025.[56]
  • February 5, Reha (Assistant Coach to Head Coach) changes position. YamatoCannon (Head Coach) becomes inactive.[57]
  • February 16, Shaves (Assistant Coach) is removed from the GCD but is still part of the organization.[58] Steak (Assistant Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2024.[58]
  • April 5, YamatoCannon (Head Coach) is removed from the GCD.[59]
  • April 16,
    Closer joins.

    Bo becomes inactive.[60][61]
  • May 2,
    Canna joins.

    Vladi and Apples (Assistant Coach) join from academy roster.

    Cabochard and
    SAKEN become inactive. Steak (Assistant Coach) leaves.[62][63][64]
  • May 27,
    Canna and
    Vladi's contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2024.
    Closer's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 17 November 2025.[65]

Player Roster[]

Active[]

Dates:Approx|Exact
PlayerNameRoleContract EndsJoined
EMEA

CabochardLucas Simon-Meslet
Top Laner
(+)
(–)
Inactive
2024-11-18
May 20212021-05-29
KR

CannaKim Chang-dong (김창동)
Top Laner
2024-11-18
May 20242024-05-02
CN

BoZhou Yang-Bo (周杨博)
Jungler
(+)
(–)
Inactive
2024-11-18
Jan 20242024-01-03
EMEA

CloserCan Çelik
Jungler
2025-11-17
Apr 20242024-04-16
EMEA

SAKENLucas Fayard
Mid Laner
(+)
(–)
Inactive
2024-11-18
Dec 20202020-12-23
EMEA

VladiVladimiros Kourtidis
Mid Laner
2024-11-18
May 20242024-05-02
EMEA

UpsetElias Lipp
Bot Laner
2024-11-18
Jan 20242024-01-03
EMEA

TargamasRaphaël Crabbé
Support
2025-11-17
May 20232023-05-17

Former[]

Players are shown for the entire duration of their tenure on the team, with the role and substitute/trainee status they had upon their departure.

Dates:Approx|Exact
PlayerNameRoleJoinedLeftNext Team
EMEA

CalisteCaliste Henry-Hennebert
Bot Laner
May 20232023-05-17Jan 20242024-01-03Karmine Corp Bluelogo stdKCB
EMEA

SkeanzDuncan Marquet
Jungler
(+)
(–)
Inactive
Jan 20232023-01-09Dec 20232023-12-19Papara SuperMassivelogo stdSUP
EMEA

CinkrofJakub Rokicki
Jungler
May 20232023-05-19Nov 20232023-11-20None
EMEA

WaoWao Dai
Top Laner
Sep 20232023-09-22Oct 20232023-10-05None
EMEA

WhiteAslan Panglose
Jungler
Sep 20232023-09-22Oct 20232023-10-05Gentle Mateslogo stdM8
EMEA

JiizukeDaniele di Mauro
Mid Laner
Sep 20232023-09-22Oct 20232023-10-05None
EMEA

DenVoksneNikolaj Asbjorn Meilby
Bot Laner
Sep 20232023-09-22Oct 20232023-10-05Case Esportslogo stdCASE
EMEA

ZoelysThéo Le Scornec
Support
Sep 20232023-09-22Oct 20232023-10-05Rogue (European Team)logo stdRGE
EMEA

KametoKamel Kebir
Sub/Jun
Sep 20232023-09-22Oct 20232023-10-05Karmine Corplogo stdKC
EMEA

KaoriMuhammed Hasan Şentürk
Bot Laner
Jan 20232023-01-09May 20232023-05-18FUT Esportslogo stdFUT
EMEA

whiteinnAlexandru Kolozsvari
Support
Jan 20232023-01-09May 20232023-05-16Giants (Spanish Team)logo stdGIA
EMEA

WaoWao Dai
Sub/Top
Dec 20212021-12-15Jan 20232023-01-06NORD Esportslogo stdNORD
EMEA

StrikerYanis Kella
Head Coach
(+)
(–)
Also Sub
Jan 20212021-01-18Dec 20222022-12-20Team BDSlogo stdBDS
EMEA

HanteraJules Bourgeois
Support
Nov 20212021-11-24Dec 20222022-12-18Aegis (French Team)logo stdAEG
EMEA

RekklesCarl Martin Erik Larsson
Bot Laner
Nov 20212021-11-15Dec 20222022-12-15Fnaticlogo stdFNC
EMEA

113Doğukan Balcı
Jungler
Nov 20212021-11-26Nov 20222022-11-30Astralislogo stdAST
EU

CinkrofJakub Rokicki
Jungler
Dec 20202020-12-23Nov 20212021-11-15Team BDSlogo stdBDS
EU

xMattyMatthew Charles Coombs
Bot Laner
Dec 20202020-12-23Nov 20212021-11-15Team BDSlogo stdBDS
EU

TargamasRaphaël Crabbé
Support
Dec 20202020-12-23Nov 20212021-11-15G2 Esportslogo stdG2
EU

AdamAdam Maanane
Top Laner
Nov 20202020-11-16May 20212021-05-12Fnaticlogo stdFNC

Player League Participation[]

Playoff games are NOT included, but regular-season tiebreaker games ARE.

LEC

Player201320142015201620172018201920202021202220232024Games
SpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerWinterSpringSummerWinterSpringSummer
CabochardGambit Gaminglogo stdGambit Gaminglogo stdGambit Gaminglogo stdTeam Vitalitylogo stdTeam Vitalitylogo stdTeam Vitalitylogo stdTeam Vitalitylogo stdTeam Vitalitylogo stdTeam Vitalitylogo stdTeam Vitalitylogo stdTeam Vitalitylogo stdTeam Vitalitylogo stdTeam Vitalitylogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo std281
UpsetFC Schalke 04 Esportslogo stdFC Schalke 04 Esportslogo stdFC Schalke 04 Esportslogo stdFC Schalke 04 Esportslogo stdOrigenlogo stdOrigenlogo stdFnaticlogo stdFnaticlogo stdFnaticlogo stdFnaticlogo stdTeam Vitalitylogo stdTeam Vitalitylogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo std231
TargamasGiants Gaminglogo stdG2 Esportslogo stdG2 Esportslogo stdExcel Esportslogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo std89
BoTeam Vitalitylogo stdTeam Vitalitylogo stdTeam Vitalitylogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo std53
SAKENTeam Vitalitylogo stdTeam Vitalitylogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo std32
CannaKarmine Corplogo std9
CloserKarmine Corplogo std8
VladiKarmine Corplogo std8

EM

Player2018201920202021202220232024Games
SpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummer
SAKENGentsidelogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo std81
XMattyWind and Rainlogo stdGentsidelogo stdFnatic Risinglogo stdFnatic Risinglogo stdFnatic Risinglogo stdFnatic Risinglogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo std75
TargamasFnatic Risinglogo stdMisfits Premierlogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo std70
CinkrofDevils.onelogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo std60
AdamKarmine Corplogo stdTeam BDS Academylogo std33
CabochardKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo std59
HanteraUCAM Esports Clublogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdAegis (French Team)logo std35
113Vodafone Giants.Spainlogo stdKarmine Corplogo std30
RekklesKarmine Corplogo std20
CalisteKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corp Bluelogo std31

LFL

Player201920202021202220232024Games
SpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummer
SAKENVitality.Beelogo stdVitality.Beelogo stdVitality.Beelogo stdVitality.Beelogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo std166
TargamasVitality.Beelogo stdMisfits Premierlogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo std75
XMattyKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdTeam BDS Academylogo stdTeam BDS Academylogo stdTeam BDS Academylogo std75
CinkrofKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo std55
AdamKarmine Corplogo stdTeam BDS Academylogo std37
CabochardKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo std90
HanteraSolarylogo stdSolarylogo stdSolarylogo stdSolarylogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdAegis (French Team)logo stdAegis (French Team)logo stdBK ROG Esportslogo stdBK ROG Esportslogo std161
113Karmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo stdBK ROG Esportslogo stdKarmine Corp Bluelogo std56
RekklesKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corplogo std36
SkeanzVitality.Beelogo stdVitality.Beelogo stdVitality.Beelogo stdVitality.Beelogo stdVitality.Beelogo stdVitality.Beelogo stdKarmine Corplogo std111
KaoriKarmine Corplogo std18
WhiteinnKarmine Corplogo std18
CalisteKarmine Corplogo stdKarmine Corp Bluelogo stdKarmine Corp Bluelogo std47

Organization[]

Current[]

C ID Name Position
Kameto Kamel Kebir 80Co-Owner & President
Prime Amine Mekri Co-Owner & Director
Kotei Zouhaïr Darji Co-Owner & COO
Arthur Perticoz Chief Executive Officer
LeLfe Clément Laparra Head of Esports
Maul Amaury Clerckx Social Media Manager
Erwin Erwin Hamayada Lead Content Producer
mathéo Mathéo Maire Video Editor & Camera Operator
Dhav Dhav Oza Graphics Designer
Alastraea Rebecca Cantarella General Manager - Berlin Esports Coordinator
BenWSKY Benjamin Quandalle Team Manager
Reha Rehareha Ramanana 80Head Coach
Apples Žiga Jereb 80Assistant Coach
Shaves Kevin Edward Tolman 80Assistant Coach
Clément Clément Thillier 80Performance Coach
Xenesis Benjamin Castet Head of Data

Former[]

C ID Name Position Next Team
Steak Chou Lu-Hsi (周律希) 80Assistant Coach None
YamatoCannon Jakob Mebdi 80Head Coach None
Wadi Wadi Benarbia 80Assistant Coach Karmine Corp Bluelogo stdKarmine Corp Blue
YamatoCannon Jakob Mebdi 80Coach Karmine Corplogo stdHead Coach
Nalkya Clement Guillemard Assistant Coach Zero Tenacitylogo stdZero Tenacity
Nerroh Stefan Pereira 80Head Coach None
Marie Vassel Sponsoring Manager None
Xavier Oswald Managing Director Business & Strategy None
Striker Yanis Kella 80Head Coach Team BDSlogo stdTeam BDS
Shanky Ryan Kheroua Sports Director None

Tournaments[]

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Minimum place

Karmine Corp Tournament Results - Show Prize as (LocalUSDEuros)
DatePlPrizeEventLast ResultRoster
2024-07-182 LFL 2024 Summer
15 - 3Blanklogo stdRR
2024-06-305 LEC 2024 Summer
4 - 5Blanklogo stdRR
 Canna,  Closer,  Vladi,  Upset,  Targamas,  Reha,  Apples
2024-06-021 Life's Good, Let's Play
3 : 0LCK Legendslogo stdLCK
 Canna,  Closer,  Vladi,  Upset,  Fleshy,  Reha,  Shaves,  Apples
2024-03-2510 LEC 2024 Spring
2 - 7Blanklogo stdRR
 Cabochard,  Bo,  SAKEN,  Upset,  Targamas,  Reha,  Steak
2024-01-2910 LEC 2024 Winter
2 - 7Blanklogo stdRR
 Cabochard,  Bo,  SAKEN,  Upset,  Targamas,  YamatoCannon,  Reha
2023-10-045 - 8€500€500€500 Coupe de France 2023
1 : 3Vitality.Beelogo stdVITB
 Wao,  White,  Jiizuke,  DenVoksne,  Zoelys,  YamatoCannon
2023-09-081€40,000€40,000€40,000 EM 2023 Summer Main Event
3 : 2Movistar Riderslogo stdMRS
 Cabochard,  Cinkrof,  SAKEN,  Caliste,  Targamas,  Reha
2023-08-111€8,000€8,000€8,000 LFL 2023 Summer Playoffs
3 : 0BK ROG Esportslogo stdBKR
 Cabochard,  Cinkrof,  SAKEN,  Caliste,  Targamas,  Reha
2023-07-271 LFL 2023 Summer
14 - 4Blanklogo stdRR
 Cabochard,  Cinkrof,  SAKEN,  Caliste,  Targamas,  Reha
2023-03-169 LFL 2023 Spring
7 - 11Blanklogo stdRR
 Cabochard,  Skeanz,  SAKEN,  Kaori,  whiteinn,  Nerroh
Total Prize: USD 0EUR 48,500

Media[]

Images[]

Logos[]

Rosters[]

References[]

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  39. 39.0 39.1 39.2 Archive Pages: before change - EMEA - 2023-05-18; after change - EMEA - 2023-05-19
  40. 40.0 40.1 40.2 Karmine Corp's Tweet (French) twitter.com
  41. 41.0 41.1 41.2 Karmine Corp's Tweet (French) twitter.com
  42. 42.0 42.1 42.2 Karmine Corp's Tweet (French) twitter.com
  43. Archive Pages: before change - EMEA - 2023-05-30; after change - EMEA - 2023-05-31
  44. 44.0 44.1 44.2 44.3 44.4 44.5 44.6 44.7 44.8 Karmine Corp's Tweet (French) twitter.com
  45. Archive Pages: before change - EMEA - 2023-09-26; after change - EMEA - 2023-09-27
  46. LEC's Tweet twitter.com
  47. LEC's Tweet twitter.com
  48. Karmine Corp's Tweet (French) twitter.com
  49. 49.0 49.1 Cinkrof's Tweet twitter.com
  50. 50.0 50.1 Papara SuperMassive's Tweet twitter.com
  51. 51.0 51.1 51.2 Karmine Corp's Tweet (French) twitter.com
  52. 52.0 52.1 52.2 52.3 52.4 52.5 52.6 Karmine Corp's Tweet (French) twitter.com
  53. 53.0 53.1 53.2 53.3 53.4 53.5 53.6 Karmine Corp's Tweet (French) twitter.com
  54. Alastraea's Tweet twitter.com
  55. Archive Pages: before change - EMEA - 2024-01-07; after change - EMEA - 2024-01-08
  56. Archive Pages: before change - EMEA - 2024-01-08; after change - EMEA - 2024-01-09
  57. Karmine Corp's Tweet twitter.com
  58. 58.0 58.1 Archive Pages: before change - EMEA - 2024-02-15; after change - EMEA - 2024-02-16
  59. 59.0 59.1 Archive Pages: before change - EMEA - 2024-04-04; after change - EMEA - 2024-04-05
  60. 60.0 60.1 Karmine Corp's Tweet (French) twitter.com
  61. 61.0 61.1 Karmine Corp's Tweet (French) twitter.com
  62. 62.0 62.1 62.2 62.3 62.4 Karmine Corp's Tweet twitter.com
  63. 63.0 63.1 63.2 63.3 63.4 Karmine Corp's Tweet twitter.com
  64. 64.0 64.1 64.2 64.3 64.4 Karmine Corp's Tweet twitter.com
  65. Archive Pages: before change - EMEA - 2024-05-26; after change - EMEA - 2024-05-27
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