North America Latest – RosterMania 21st July

Season 3 of the MLG Pro League is in full swing and UMG Dallas is now over, that means there is roster changes will be happening all over the shop until the Roster Lock in August. Keep up to date with all the changes in this handy news post. Updated daily.

Update 4th August

epsilonminiSwanny Steps Down from Epsilon NA

After competing with the Epsilon North America squad for a number of months, British player ‘Swanny’ has made the decision to remain in the UK after working as an analyst during the Gfinity Summer Championship. Although there has not been a lot of details released by the player, he’s called it a necessary short term sacrifice in order to keep competing, which roughly translates as US Visa issues. We’ll keep you updated on who Epsilon bring in to fill Swanny’s space for the Pro League.

epsilonminiEpsilon NA

us Remy
us Nagafen
us Royalty

Update 21st July

Rise Nation 200x200orbit1 Rise and Orbit involved in Trade

Yesterday Rise and Orbit announced a two team trade that saw Burnsoff going one way in exchange for TcM going the other. Both players will link up with their new teams for the remainder of the MLG Pro League season, while Burnsoff will join Rise Nation for their Gfinity Summer Championship campaign in just over a weeks time.


Rise Nation 200x200 Rise Nation: us Chino us Whea7s us Apathy us Burnsoff

orbit1 Orbit: us Accuracy us Faccento us Happy us TcM



Update 19th July

dreamteamDream Team add Anticity

Pacman has been officially released from the dT roster, with Anticity linking up with the team to complete the line up.

  dreamteam Dream Team: us Sender us Ivyy us Diabolic us Anticity  


Update 15th July

  Rise Nation 200x200elevate_200x200 eLevate and Rise Announce Permanent Team Change   Aside from the change below to do with the Gfinity $100,000 Summer Championship, eLevate have also announced a permanent change in the team as former player Teej is brought back in replacement for Apathy who has been dropped from the team. The former Prophecy player has done the opposite and joined Rise in a straight trade.   elevate_200x200 Team eLevate   us Classic us Slacked us Saints us Teej   Rise Nation 200x200 Rise Nation   us Whea7s us Chino us TcM us Apathy   elevate_200x200 eLevate Announce Gfinity Summer Championship Roster   Please note – This change will only be in effect for the Gfinity Summer Championship at the end of this month in London. Due to age issues with ‘Teej’ and passport problems with ‘Saints’, eLevate have been forced to find 2 players to join ‘Classic’ and ‘Slacked’ for their trip to London at the end of this month to compete in the Gfinity Summer Championship for over $100,000. Stepping up will be Denial players ‘Slasher’ and ‘Replays’ whose team face similar issues attending European events due to ‘Huke’ and ‘Temp’ not making the age cut. Tweet announcement HERE.   elevate_200x200 eLevate Gfinity Summer Championship Roster   us Slacked us Classic us Replays us Slasher   3Sup LogoMiyagi Joins 3sUP   The 3sUP organisation, owned by everyone’s favourite millionaire, ‘Hilton’, have announced that they will be picking up former SYNGRY Gaming and Rise Nation player ‘Miyagi’. A player who has always tip toed around the edges of the elite, he joins long time 3sUP members Califa and Strife. You can see the announcement by Miyagi on Twitter HERE.   3Sup Logo3sUP Enterprises   us Califa us Strife us Miyagi CAUS ?  

Update 14th July

  e62Enigma6 Lose Parasite and MRuiz   After a poor performance at UMG Dallas at the weekend where they placed 13th-16th, ‘Parasite’ has announced he will be leaving the E6 squad in order to pickup for iSolation Empire in the MLG Pro League. It was also announced that MRuiz was to be dropped also, leaving ‘General’ and ‘Proofy’ looking for 2. Whilst the split seems amicable with Parasite, General did have this to say on Twitter, LINK.   e62Enigma6   us General us Proofy CAUS ? CAUS ?  

Update 7th July

  xgm1XGN Announce UMG Dallas lineup   Despite not having a season 3 spot, the XGN organisation were still able to attract some big names for UMG Dallas as we see a formidable team formed in Goonjar, Killa, Spacely and Studyy. They will be competing this weekend for the $40,000 prize pool on offer as UMG hits Texas once again.   xgm1XGN Competitive   us Killa us Spacely us Study ca Goonjar  

Update 6th July

  Rise Nation 200x200 Rise Drop Goonjar   It appears Goonjar joining the Rise Nation team, after being dropped by TK, was very much a temporary move in order to make sure they had enough players in time for the roster deadline last week. It was announced on Twitter last night that the organisation would be picking up former JusTus member TcM. Canadian Goonjar now tweeting that he’s a F/A.   Rise Nation 200x200Rise Nation   us Whea7s us Chino us Teej us Goonjar  

Update 3rd July

  e62Enigma6 get Proofy   Another veteran joins the ranks of Enigma6 as Proofy links up with Parasite as part of the new look E6 line up. Can the introduction of two of the most notable faces in Call of Duty bring success to an E6 lineup that has struggled since UMG Cali?   e62Enigma6   us General us Ruuiz us Parasite us Proofy  


Update 29th June

  Tcm TCM Gaming Recruit who?   Basically, Aches and Teep have joined Jurd and Moose. A sentence we never thought we’d write. See the full news announcement HERE.   Tcm TCM Gaming   uk Jurd uk Moose us Aches us Teepee   Rise Nation 200x200Rise Nation pickup TK Rejects   After being dropped by Team Kaliber, Goonjar and Teej have found a new home in Rise Nation, a complete swap as former Rise players Theory and Nelso joined TK. Sounds confusing but it’s not.   Rise Nation 200x200 Rise Nation   us Whea7s us Chino us Teej ca Goonjar   tKSmall Team Kaliber Pickup Neslo and Theory   It has been announced that Team Kaliber have dropped new signing Teej and long time player Goonjar and picked up Rise players Theory and Neslo. tKSmall Team Kaliber us Nameless us Sharp us Theory us Nelso


Update 25th June

  nvSmall EnVyUs Overhaul Line Up It’s been announced today that EnVyUs have overhauled their entire team, putting trust in the last remaining member of the current team, Loony. Proofy will now join a long list of F/A’s vying for a spot in the MLG Season 3 Pro League. Joining Loony will be World Champion and former Denial player JKap, whilst former Prophecy players Aqua and Octane make up the remaining numbers. Can they turn their fortune around? nvSmall Team EnVyUS; us Loony us JKap us Octane us Aqua elevate_200x200 eLevate Recruit Two   With a Season 3 spot in the league, it was only a matter of time before two of the many free agents joined the eLevate team along with Slacked and Classic. Those two players turn out to be former EnVyUs member Saints and former Prophecy player Apathy. Both have had mixed seasons with little to celebrate, and will be looking to overhaul their fortunes with this move in time for UMG Dallas.   elevate_200x200 Team eLevate   us Classic us Slacked us Apathy us Saints Aches Leaves Prophecy The organisation is officially done having a North American team for the moment as Aches leaves the squad and becomes a F/A as a duo with TeePee. Who will snatch up two of the most decorated Call of Duty Pro’s?   –   dreamteamNew Dream Team Roster   They have disbanded Purple and Blue and gone with one new roster consisting of some seasoned Call of Duty Pros.   dreamteamDream Team   us Pacman us Sender us Diabolic  Ivy  

Update 21.06.2015:

  Prophecy looking for Three Prophecy make wholesale changes as AquA, Apathy and Octane announce their departure. Prophecy Lineup:

      • USA.png Patrick ‘ACHES’ Price



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  Strictly Business back to the drawing board StuDyy, Anticity, SpaceLy and TcM leave Strictly Business. Strictly Business Lineup:

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  MerK is a Free Agent MerK announces Free Agency leaving Automatic Reload looking for one. Automatic Reload Lineup:

      • USA.png Mikhail ‘Blfire’ Glushenok



    • USA.png Tyler ‘FeLonY’ Johnson



    • USA.png Ryan ‘Lawless’ Lawless



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  MadCat Dropped In surprise news, TCM Gaming part ways with MadCat. More details about MadCat’s departure will be announced shortly. TCM Gaming Lineup:

      •  Tom ‘Moose’ Handley



    •  Shane ‘ShAnE’ McKerral



    •  Jordan ‘Jurd’ Crowley



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   New Engima 6 Team Announced After Enigma6 failed to secure a place in season 3, the team look to the long term. Relegation replacements Holler and Proto are replaced by Aqua and Parasite.  Enigma6 Lineup:

      • USA.png Jordon ‘General’ Holloway



    • USA.png Michael ‘MRuiz’ Ruiz



    • USA.png Ulysses ‘Aqua’ Silva



    • USA.png Christopher ‘Parasite’ Duarte




Update 19.06.2015

   Enigma6 announce Season 2 Relegation Tournament Team Enigma6 pick up Holler and Proto ahead of the MLG Pro League Season 2 Relegation tournament in Columbus, Ohio.  Enigma6 Lineup:

      • USA.png Jordon ‘General’ Holloway



    • USA.png Michael ‘MRuiz’ Ruiz



    •  Holler



    • USA.png Proto



  TK.pngNew Team Kaliber Team Unveiled  

Team Kaliber complete their roster, picking up Teej.

TK.png Team Kaliber Lineup:

  • USA Brandon ‘Sharp’ Rogers
  • Canada Jevon ‘Goonjar’ Gooljar-Lim
  • USA Anthony ‘Nameless’ Wheeler
  • USA Thomas ‘Teej’ Haly


Update 17.06.2015

Deniallogo std.pngDenial Rebuild Around Replays

After a very brief period without a team, Denial elect to rebuild their roster around world champion, Replays. Replays is joined by former eLevate and FaZe stars Huke, Slasher and Temp.

Deniallogo std.pngDenial eSports Lineup:

  • USA Chris ‘Replays’ Crowder
  • USA Cuyler ‘Huke’ Garland
  • USA Donovan ‘Temp’ Laroda
  • USA Austin ‘SlasheR’ Liddicoat

eLevate Big Changes

Team eLevate announce they’ve dropped 50% of their roster as Teej and Temp go their own way.

ELv.png Team eLevate Lineup:

  • USA Nicholas ‘Classic’ DiCostanzo
  • USA Josiah ‘Slacked’ Berry
  • TBA
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Clayster and Attach to FaZe

With the news of JKap and Replays leaving Denial, surprisingly Clayster and Attach follow suit linking up with Enable and Zooma as part of a new look FaZe team.

The news follows the news that Huke and Slasher would be released from FaZe following uncertainty about their future commitment to the line up.

Faze.png FaZe Lineup:

  • USA Ian ‘enable’ Wyatt
  • USA Thomas ‘ZooMaa’ Paparatto
  • USA Dillon ‘Attach’ Price
  • USA James ‘Clayster’ Eubanks


Update 10.06.2015

Parasite Released from Team Kaliber

Parasite rejoins the Free Agency list ahead of the next season of the MLG Pro Series.

TK.png Team Kaliber Lineup:

  • USA Brandon ‘Sharp’ Rogers
  • Canada Jevon ‘Goonjar’ Gooljar-Lim
  • USA Anthony ‘Nameless’ Wheeler
  • TBA

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Gfinity Summer Champs Final Placements + Bracket


Final Placements
Placement Team Cash-Prize
1st  FazeFaze $50,000
2nd  optic Optic Gaming $25,000
3rd  OpticNation OpTic Nation $10,000
4th  Infused Team Infused $5,000
5-8th  Vitality logo Vitality Storm $2,500
5-8th  elevate Team eLevate $2,500
5-8th  epsi-300x264 Epsilon.EU $2,500
5-8th  EnVyUS Logo EnVyUS $2,500
9th/12th  HyperGames-300x300 HyperGames Team $0
9th/12th tcm TCM Gaming $0
9th/12th rise Rise Nation $0
9th/12th kaliber Team Kaliber $0
13th/16th  300px-VwS VwS Gaming $0
13th/16th 300px-Spiritlogo Spirit Gaming $0
13th/16th IGI IGI eSports $0
13th/16th LiquidG Liquid Gaming $0


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LIVE REPORT: Gfinity Summer Masters Day 3

Faze too much for Liquid Gaming, TK lose round 11 to Infused

Liquid Gaming no match for FaZe

The only question about FaZe and Liquid Gaming’s outcome was how quickly it would take the UMG Dallas champions to race to a 3-0 win.

With all due respect, the Italians are almost certainly in contention for the worst team at the tournament and there were no expectations for them to beat anyone bar perhaps – and some would arguably still consider it an upset – their mainland cousins. A clash versus Spirit Gaming could be interesting.

If anything, the breakdown of scores should be somewhat encouraging for them and while the scores were by no means close, they were at least able to intermittently challenge FaZe to avoid humiliation. They will consider this is a priceless experience to practice against quite literally the world’s team to beat.

Infused join countrymen Epsilon at TK’s expense

What a day for UK contingents as Infused claim a second North American head in the shape of Team Kaliber.

A strong contender for match of the day, TK almost fought back to edge victory on Hardpoint Detroit but Scotsman MarkyB would have none of it by roaring into the final area to bring a halt to his opponents escalating score.

Despite that satisfaction of a marginal 227 to 223 win, TK regrouped with a resolute 6 to 2 round score on S&D riot to bring them level. Signs of a game 5 nail biter began to flash and indeed, a one point map in favour of TK on Uplink Biolab required some experienced nerve by the boys in red to respond to.

And reply they did with another thriller, pulling ahead at the end of Hardpoint Solar to win 202 to 182 and, as if there was ever any doubt, set the stage for one final Search and Destroy.

Only an 11-round finale would do and after trading rounds, TK lead 5 – 4 before Infused snatched the final 2 to join Epsilon into the second stage of the groups on Saturday.

Epsilon Survive Rise Nation Scare

A perfect start by the AM2PRO Omnia champions almost turned into tears as Epsilon relinquished a 2-0 lead in spectacular fashion as they all but complacently let Rise stomp them in response.

New recruit and former Epsilon veteran MadCat lead the way in style on Hardpoint Detroit, finishing on 44 kills to a statement of fierce intent to his North American foes.

And that was nothing but a mere taster of punishment for attempting to invade European soil, reducing Rise to the shame of a 0-6 defeat on Search and Destroy that would have deflated most teams into a terminal sulk in concession of inevitable defeat.

But the taste of close victory is a familiar one for British teams and history, on yet another occasion, almost returned to tally another haunting defeat as Rise roared back to square up the match at 2 maps apiece.

A squeaky 6-4 Uplink Biolab win turned the momentum and they ended Hardpoint Solar with 230 points to 129, knocking the confidence out of Reedy along the way who looked visibly speechless with just 17 kills to 44 deaths.

The final Search and Destroy was a toe-to-toe affair until Epsilon found breathing space at 5-3 from 3-3 before closing out the game 6-3 overall.

A beaming MadCat was relieved and while he acknowledged their inability to close out the game with momentum in their favour, he believes we still have a lot to see from the group. For now, they have the rest of the day to relax before returning to the fray tomorrow.

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LIVE REPORT: Gfinity Summer Masters

MLG Pro League – Week 5 Results/Standings/Fixtures

The MLG Pro League continued this week after last weeks connection issues that resulted in a number of cancelled or rescheduled games due to DDOS attacks on the MLG studio. The fifth week continues however more connection issues happened with the OpTic vs Denial game getting rescheduled at 1-0.

Monday, July 27.

elevate Team Elevate 3-0 ESports insulation logo iSolation Empire
OpticNation OpTic Nation 0-3 Faze FaZe
optic  OpTic Gaming 0-1 Denial Denial eSports
rise  Rise.Nation 3-2 tcm TCM Gaming

Editor’s note: The Gaming OpTic match – Denial started. Denial won the first map, but the connection problems have emerged and the match was postponed to a later date.

Tuesday, July 28.

epsilon Epsilon.NA  1-3 kaliber Team Kaliber
tcm TCM Gaming  0-3 elevate Team Elevate
Orbit COD Team Orbit  3-0 EnVyUS Logo  Team EnVyUS
Faze Clan FaZe  3-0 rise  Rise.Nation


 Position  Team Victories Defeats  Maps (+)  Maps (-)  Differences
 1 faze-logo FaZe 9 2 27 10 17
 2nd Denial Denial 7 1 23 8 15
3rd optic  OpTic Gaming 8 2 20 9 11
4th elevate Team Elevate 7 3 24 15 9
5th kaliber Team Kaliber 5 4 20 21 -1
6th OpticNation  OpTic Nation 4 4 15 16 -1
7th EnVyUS Logo  Team EnVyUS 4 6 19 22 -3
8th Orbit COD Team Orbit 4 6 15 22 -7
9th ESports insulation logo iSolation Empire 3 6 14 21 -7
10th rise  Rise.Nation 3 7 14 24 -10
11th tcm TCM Gaming 2 7 14 24 -7
12th epsilon Epsilon.NA 1 8 13 26 -13


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Gfinity Summer Championship Groups Announced!

This weekend in Fulham, London, 16 teams from Europe and North America will battle it out for the title of Gfinity Summer Championship winners and the lions share of $100,000. The real question on everyone’s lips this week has been what will the groups look like? Those questions have been answered as we present the Gfinity Summer Championship Groups. Over the next couple of days we’ll be bringing you detailed previews of the event including interviews with some of the top players in attendance.


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UMG 2K Placements, MLG 5K and Pro League Rescheduled

Major League Gaming, or MLG as they are most commonly known, have been hosting online tournaments for both professional and amateurs for many many years. In a quick update from last week, they were forced to cancel the 5K on Sunday due to Xbox Live issues whilst also rescheduling a number of games last week from the Pro League due to the MLG studios being host booted offline. We’ll bring you updates on the Pro League once it starts up again which should be this evening.


UMG 2K – Saturday 25th July

#1 Dream Team (Ivy, Sender, Anticity, Diabolic)
#2 FaZe (Zooma, Attach, Clayster, Enable)
#3/4 Epsilon (Swanny, Remy, Nagafen, Royalty)
#3/4 3Sup (Califa, Legal, Lacefield, Miyagi)
#5/8 XGN
#5/8 eLevate
#5/8 Sakugang
#5/8 TCM Gaming

Full bracket – LINK

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