LMQ began as the substitute and training team for the Chinese powerhouse, Royal Club. In July of 2013, they shuffled their roster and parted ways with their sister team, forming LMQ Tian Ci. In December of 2013, with the help of their new sponsor, iBUYPOWER, LMQ moved to a brand new gaming house in the United States so that they could compete in the North American Challenger Series.
With the ultimate goal of competing in the NA LCS, LMQ stormed toward commanding performances in the Challenger Series. After qualifying for the 2014 summer promotional tournament, LMQ were heavy favorites for qualification, and proved their strength, beating XDG in a definitive 3-0 sweep. Looking toward the summer split and World Championship qualification, LMQ is widely hyped and could very well show up as one of the top North American teams on their first run in the LCS.