|Mortal Team Work|
|Sponsor(s):||Sennheiser, XMG, OCZ Technology, Kaspersky, EIZO, SPEEDLINK|
Mortal Team Work (mTw) was a German based e-sport organization.
In 2011, Wild Honey Badgers, who won the Dreamhack Winter 2011 Corsair Vengeance Cup was picked up by Mortal Team Work as their Dota 2 team.
In 2012, the Western Wolves lineup was added to mTw, with only syndereN left from the original mTw lineup. After the roster change, mTw managed to come back from the loser's bracket in The International 2012 Western Qualifier. Shortly after, the team participated in the Dreamhack Summer 2012 Corsair Vengeance Cup where they managed to outclass most of their opponents, eventually turning around a 0-1 deficit against Natus Vincere in the finals to take home the crown.
In September 2012, the team disbanded, with only syndereN remaining.
The new roster was confirmed on October 31, 2012 and saw the return of former mTw players Matrim and Tulex, along with Warlog and Dutch_Freak.
In January 2013, Mortal Team Work announced its intention to dissolve. The team decided to continue to play together under the name Re-defining Madness.
|3rd||InsideDOTA Invitational||Online||17–20 December 2011||$100 USD|
|1st||The Arena 2||Online||27 May 2012||$1,000 USD|
|1st||Dreamhack Summer 2012 Corsair Vengeance Cup||Jönköping, Sweden||16–19 June 2012||100,000 SEK|
|1st||GosuLeague Season 2||Online||1 June - 1 July 2012||$2,000 USD|
|3rd||The Premier League Season 2||Online||17 April - 8 July 2012||$2,000 USD|
|8th||SLTV StarSeries Season Two||Online & Kiev, Ukraine||14 May - 15 July 2012||$250 USD|
|1st||The Premier League Masters||Online||28–29 July 2012||$500 USD|
|1st||4PL Play4Dota2 Cup 2012/#7||Online||22–30 July 2012||€400 EUR|
|1st||Prodota2 Non-Pro League||Online||13 April - 31 July 2012||$5,000 USD|
|3rd||Samsung European Encounter||Online||17–19 August 2012||€1,000 EUR|
|2nd||atoD Showdown 2||Online||12–15 November 2012||$216.60 USD|