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Homiefe
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Background Information
NameAlexander D'Souza
Country of BirthUnited States
BirthdayNovember 8, 1999 (1999-11-08) (age 20)
Competitive
TeamCounter Logic Gaming
Social Media
Team History
TeamStart DateEnd Date
TRlogo std.png TRMar 2014Sep 2014
Famlogo std.png FAMNov 2014Jan 2015
Logo std2.png NomadJan 2015Apr 2015
COGlogo std.png COGApr 2015Aug 2015
XGNlogo std.png XGNOct 2015Jan 2016
Deniallogo std.png DenialOct 2015Jan 2016
Logo std2.png PSJan 2016Mar 2016
SoaRlogo std.png SoaRMar 2016Jul 2016
Deniallogo std.png DenialJul 2016Nov 2016
FPGGlogo std.png FPGGNov 2016Jan 2017
SoaRlogo std.png SoaRFeb 2017May 2017
Logo std2.png Monkey MadnessMay 2017Jun 2017
SSGlogo std.png SSGJun 2017Jan 2018
CLGlogo std.png CLGMar 2018Oct 2018

Alexander "Homiefe" D'Souza is an American SMITE player. He is currently not playing for any team.

Biography

Alexander Daniel D'Souza was born and raised in Monte Sereno, California in the United States. He started playing games when he was 6. He played a lot of games: most of the Mario Kart games, Super Mario Bros games, Pokemon, Super Smash Brothers, Call of Duty, Halo, then finally Smite. His favorite game series is Pokémon. He is currently attending high school and plays basketball for fun outside of gaming. He got into competitive Smite when Clow got him on the amateur team ReturN, but did not play professionally until COGnitive Gaming. When the captain, Jigz, left, Homiefe filled his spot.

On July 23rd, Homiefe returned to his role as jungler for COGnitive Gaming.[1] Three weeks later, only days before the start of SPL Season 2 NA Fall, he was released from COGnitive Gaming together with the rest of the lineup.[2] He also changed his name to Sikandara. On October 3rd, 2015 it was announced Sikandara would replace Shing on Denial eSports.[3]

On October 28th, XGN announced a new roster containing members from Denial eSports, including Sikandara, who would play in the MLG Pro League. This led to a mutual fuss between the old XGN players and the organization. Eventually the new roster wouldn't play due to the MLG Pro League rules not allowing full roster swaps without consent of all the current players. However, the old roster could not win their first competitive match so they decided to disband and hand the spot in the MLG Pro League back to XGN. XGN then created a team with the roster of Denial members. On XGN, Homiefe and the rest of his team placed sixth/seventh in the Xbox One Invitational, afterward, they left XGN to rejoin Denial for Season 3 PC Smite. Shortly afterward, Homiefe left Denial to play with his friends on Problem Solved.

Trivia

  • His name "Homiefe" comes from being a fan of SlyFoxHound (who calls his fans Homies) and his favorite element being iron (Fe). He put those together to form Homiefe.
  • Was notable as a "ranked troll" before he played competitively as a mid or jungler.

Team and Tournament History

Date Place Event Team Teammates
2016-03-06 I1Q SPLSeason3Logo.png Season 3 NA SPL Spring Relegations Logo std2.png Problem Solved BaskinHurriwindMetyankeyJigz
2016-01-10 A66 - 7th SWC2016logo small.png SWC 2016 Xbox One Invitational XGNlogo std.png XGN PolarBearMikeMacetodafaceBronxBombersShadowq
2015-12-06 A33 - 4th SmiteMLGProLeagueChampionship.png MLG Pro League Championship XGNlogo std.png XGN drayloMacetodafaceBronxBombersShadowq
2015-11-20 A22nd SmiteMLGProLeague.png MLG Pro League XGNlogo std.png XGN drayloMacetodafaceBronxBombersShadowq
2015-10-25 A77th SPLSeason2Logo.png SPL Season 2 NA Fall Split Deniallogo std.png Denial eSports WhalrusMacetodafaceBronxBombersShadowq
2015-08-01 I1Q SPLSeason2Logo.png SPL Season 2 NA Fall Relegations COGlogo std.png COGnitive Gaming BaskintodafaceHurriwindFaymousHateWubbn
2015-06-28 A77th SPLSeason2Logo.png SPL Season 2 NA Summer COGlogo std.png COGnitive Gaming MeerkatbchmHurriwindFaymousHate

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