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Portal:Teams/North America
BustersLogo.png
Team Information
LocationUnited States
Team CaptainTocketty
History
Created01-2015

Busters was an American SMITE team. Shortly after qualifying for the SPL Season 2 NA Spring Split, the team was acquired by Enemy eSports.

History

Timeline

  • 2015

Player Roster

Former

ID Name Role New Team
Canada Awesome2daMax Max Ayazi Template:RoleSortNumber Solo NMElogo std.png Enemy
USA Soulshiner Samuel Lee Thomas Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle NMElogo std.png Enemy
USA Tocketty Josua Romroth Template:RoleSortNumber Mid NMElogo std.png Enemy
USA BronxBombers Zach Morgan Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter NMElogo std.png Enemy
USA Whalrus Mark Maloney Template:RoleSortNumber Support NMElogo std.png Enemy

Organization

Former

ID Name Position Next Team
USA MrMakey Sunny Moran Template:RoleSortNumber Coach NMElogo std.png Enemy
USA DrEl0 Mark Ramsey Template:RoleSortNumber Coach NMElogo std.png Enemy

Team Achievements

Date Place Event Roster Winnings

Highlight Videos

Interviews

See Also

External Links

References

Portal:Teams/North America
C9 logo.png
Team Information
LocationUnited States
Manager(s)Danan "Kaniggit" Flander
Sponsor(s)Loot Crate
Logitech G
HTC
G2A
iByypower
ZOWIE
MSI
Intel
Kingston HyperX
Nvidia
Red Bull
ZAM
LolClass
NEEDforSEAT USA
Social Media

Cloud9 is a North American eSports Organization. The team currently competes under the name Cloud9 G2A, in representation of their sponsor G2A. Aside from SMITE, the team also has divisions for League of Legends, DotA 2, Halo, Hearthstone: Heroes of WarCraft, Super Smash Bros and Counter Strike: Global Offensive.

History

Pre Launch

On December 28th, 2013, Cloud9 entered the SMITE eSports scene by picking up the roster of Azzur. Shortly before the Launch Tournament, FrostiaK left the team, replaced by Murrdurr, as former support Suntouch moved to jungle.

At the Launch Tournament, Cloud9 finished in 5-6th, after losing 2-1 to SNIPE Gaming in the first round, defeating Team Coast 2-0 in the first round of the Loser's Bracket, and finally being knocked out by Team Dignitas 2-0 in the Loser's Bracket Quarterfinals.

Season 1

Following the Launch Tournament, HalfDevil joined the team as a support player, and Murrdurr left to join the Challenger team Agilitas under the new alias of KanyeLife.

On April 24th, Smek left to join competitor Team SoloMid as their hunter YOUNGBAE left. Shortly thereafter, on May 4th, YOUNGBAE joined Cloud9 along with enQu, as solo laner Xaliea left the team.

On July 30th, Psiyo, HalfDevil, and Suntouch left. Two days later, on August 1st, only a week before the Kick-off LAN, Optixx, emilitoo, and Hyrrok joined to complete the roster. Cloud9 then finished in 3-4th place at the EU SPL Kick-off LAN.

Over the next seven weeks, Cloud9 would face off against 5 other top European teams in the first season of the SMITE Pro League. They emerged tied for 4th place with SK Gaming at a 9-11 record, winning out in tiebreakers, claiming the definitive 4th position and qualifying for the Regional Championships, while SK was relegated to compete for a spot in the Regional Play-ins. Shortly thereafter, on October 8th, enQu left and was replaced by NinjaBobat.

At the Regional Championships on November 15th, Cloud9 faced off against Aquila, the newly sponsored team qualifying from the Regional Play-ins. Quickly going up 1-0, C9 looked prepped to take the series, with all three of Aquila's phoenixes down and the titan at less than a quarter health. However, in a now-infamous comeback, Aquila defended their titan, waited for phoenixes to respawn, snuck a Fire Giant, and won the game after a quadra kill and Deicide from Aquila's Repikas on  Kali to tie up the series. Game 3 was easily won by Aquila, knocking Cloud9 out after just one round of play.

On December 22nd, the Cloud9 roster would disband.

Season 2

Prior to the start of Season 2, Cloud9 picked up the former roster of COGnitive Gaming on January 26th, 2015, fresh off their victory at the SMITE World Championship 2015.

Spring Split

Despite having no roster changes since the World Championships, Cloud9 was met with middling performance in the Spring Split. They finished with a record of 3-2, beating out the tie with 3-2 Denial eSports due to their better game score. Cloud9 lost series in week 2 against their former sister team, playing under the new sponsorship of Team SoloMid, and in week 5 against AFK Gaming. Cloud9 finished in 3rd place, qualifying for the Summer Split but failing to make the cut for the Multi-Region LAN.

Summer Split

Cloud9 would return in the Summer Split with a vengeance, rocketing out of the starting gates with an immediate eight game win streak. During the winstreak, hunter BaRRaCCuDDa would go deathless for the first 7 games, racking up an incredible 95 KDA before finally dying in Cloud9's game 2 win over TSM. On May 16th, after their first match, the team would pick up MrMakey, as a coach and substitute. The rest of the split continued to go well, with Cloud9 dropping a single game in an upset loss against Team Eager. In the 7th and final week, Cloud9 would face off against AFK Gaming for a battle for first place, which AFK would win handily in a 2-0 series. This put Cloud9 in 2nd place with an 11-3 record, tying in score with TSM but winning in the head-to-head tiebreaker from week 3. With their 2nd place finish, Cloud9 qualified for the Summer Finals, where they are slotted to play against Europe 3rd seed Paradigm.

At the Summer Finals, Cloud 9 struggled. Unfortunately, starting hunter BaRRaCCuDDa was sick and unable to play, forcing Cloud 9 to shift Omega to hunter and use coach and sub MrMakey in the solo lane. After going down 0-2 against Paradigm, BaRRaCCuDDa was able to begin playing, starting a rally in the third game and helping Cloud 9 come back 1-2. However, Funballer's  Freya, aided by support  Bellona play by Trixtank, proved too strong to overcome, and Cloud 9 dropped down to the 5th place match 1-3. Facing off against Fnatic, Cloud 9 once against drafted MrMakey, this time in the hunter role, with 0mega back in the solo lane. However, they were unable to overcome the unorthodox picks of the European 2nd seed, losing 0-1 and finishing in 6th place.

Fall Split

After rumors of 0mega leaving, he was finally announced to have joined Team Eager on August 12th 2015, only days before the start of SPL Season 2 NA Fall.[1] Two days later, Baskin was announced as the team's new solo laner.[2] During the Fall Split, many members of C9, would have connection issues, leading to a multiple unfortunate losses. Despite these problems, the team still managed to finish in 3rd place, and qualify for the Season 2 NA Super Regionals. Along the way, they picked up their substitute, the "famous multi-role player", Hurriwind.

At the Super Regionals, they faced off against COGnitive Gaming in the quarterfinals. While all three games were close, C9 would defeat COG 3-0 to advance to the semifinals. In the second round, C9 faced Eager, arguably one of the most wanted match-ups in all of Smite. Winning the first 2 rounds and then losing the next 2, the entire set was decided mainly by  Zhong Kui, with both MLCst3alth and Lassiz being highly comfortable on him, despite his poor performance at the event overall. With Eager selecting Zhong Kui in Game 5, JeffHindla's choice of actives, Shell, led C9 to victory. With this win C9 advanced to the finals against Enemy, as well as securing a spot in the 2016 SMITE World Championship. Despite Enemy's upsets against Team SoloMid and Team EnVyUs in the same tournaments, they were unable to take a single match versus the then reigning World Champions, losing 0-3 to C9, who took first seed in North America.

Receiving a bye through the placement stage of the SWC, C9 faced the Qiao Gu Reapers of China, easily walking over them 2-0 in the quarterfinals. Their semi-finals round would be one of the most hyped-up matches in all of SMITE as they faced Epsilon eSports, who were largely considered the best team in Europe as they went 27-1 in the Season 2 SPL EU Fall. This match also featured the top 2 junglers in the world, Andinster and Adapting. Going all five matches, C9 took Game 1 from Epsilon in an incredible comeback spearheaded by MLCst3alth's  Janus pick, forcing Epsilon to ban Janus in the remaining games. In Game 2, Epsilon returned with a cautious vengeance, picking apart MLCst3alth's  Zeus and BaRRaCCuDDa's  Neith with calculated precision. In Game 3, C9 revealed their pocket strategy, MLCst3alth's Neith mid, something that had not been seen since the hunter meta of the Summer Split. Combined with 2 Guardians from JeffHindla and Baskin and another hunter from BaRRaCCuDDa, C9 took Game 3 in convincing fashion. In Game 4, MLCst3alth played Neith yet again, but this time, C9 would not win. Led by Adapting's  Fenrir, C9 was simply too slow to react, and they lost Game 4 largely due to the performances from Adapting and Dimi. By Game 5, C9 had apparently run out of steam, and picked Neith in their first draft despite the overwhelming evidence that  Xing Tian and  Bellona were much better picks. C9 would lose Game 5 to flawless performances from Dimi, iRaffer, Yammyn (who played  Medusa middle to amazing effect), and emilitoo.

Pre-Season 3

With this loss, C9 would be eliminated from the tournament, resulting in a 3-4th place finish alongside the 1st seed of Europe, Paradigm. In the following month, Hurriwind, their substitute, left to play mid for Problem Solved, and Andinster made the decision to swap out both JeffHindla and MLCst3alth for Snoopy and TheBoosh, as he wanted to play with his friends. Baskin followed in his footsteps, and after tough deliberation, BaRRaCCuDDa did as well. On February 8th, 2016, BaRRaCCuDDa announced the team had chosen to leave Cloud9, this to surprise by many fans of the team.

Timeline

  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2013

Player Roster

Former

ID Name Role Next Team
South Korea Baskin Kim Woon-young (김운용) Template:RoleSortNumber Solo Woonylogo std.png Woony Tunes
USA andinster Andrew Woodward Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle Woonylogo std.png Woony Tunes
USA TheBoosh Nich Lewis Template:RoleSortNumber Mid Woonylogo std.png Woony Tunes
USA BaRRaCCuDDa John Salter Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter Woonylogo std.png Woony Tunes
Canada Snoopy Evan Jones Template:RoleSortNumber Support Woonylogo std.png Woony Tunes
USA MLCst3alth Brett Felley Template:RoleSortNumber Mid Logo std2.png Team Hopeful
USA JeffHindla Rosario Vilardi Template:RoleSortNumber Support Logo std2.png Team Hopeful
USA Hurriwind Tyler Whitney Template:RoleSortNumber Sub Logo std2.png Problem Solved
USA 0mega Ryan Johnson Template:RoleSortNumber Solo Egrlogo std.png Team Eager
Netherlands Xaliea Jeroen Klaver Template:RoleSortNumber Solo ExpSlogo std.png Exposed Secrets
Austria Psiyo Leo Stefan Helpferer Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle/Mid Morlogo std.png Mortality eSports
United Kingdom Suntouch Peter Logan Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle/Mid/Support GAMJAlogo std.png Potato Boys
Austria Smek Rafael Kowar Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter TSMlogo std.png Team SoloMid
Israel HalfDevil Adir Doel Template:RoleSortNumber Support ExpSlogo std.png Exposed Secrets
Sweden Murrdurr Andreas Christmansson Template:RoleSortNumber Support Titanlogo std.png Titan
Austria enQu Gregor Rudolf Template:RoleSortNumber Solo NoXlogo std.png TheNightsWatch
Malaysia YOUNGBAE Aiman Azmir Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter NOlogo std.png Novus Orsa
Poland FrostiaK Arkadiusz Krupka Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle NOlogo std.png Novus Orsa
Germany Optixx Christoph Thoömmes Template:RoleSortNumber Mid Panthlogo std.png Panthera
Sweden emilitoo Emil Stärnman Template:RoleSortNumber Solo Panthlogo std.png Panthera
Germany NinjaBobat Robert Kaminski Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle SpWlogo std.png Spicy Waffles
Denmark Hyrrok Jesper Haagensen Template:RoleSortNumber Support Retired.png Retired

Organization

Current

ID Name Position
USA Jack Jack Etienne Owner
USA Kaniggit Danan Flander General Manager

Former

ID Name Role Next Team
USA MrMakey Sunny Moran Template:RoleSortNumber Coach
None

Team Achievements

Date Place Event Roster Winnings
2016-01-10 A33 - 4th SWC2016logo small.png SMITE World Championship 2016 BaskinandinsterMLCst3althBaRRaCCuDDaJeffHindla $75,000
2015-11-22 A11st SPLSeason2Logo.png Season 2 NA Regionals BaskinandinsterMLCst3althBaRRaCCuDDaJeffHindla $75,000 & Qualified for SWC 2016
2015-10-25 A33rd SPLSeason2Logo.png SPL Season 2 NA Fall Split BaskinandinsterMLCst3althBaRRaCCuDDaJeffHindla Qualified for S2 NA Regionals
2015-09-20 A11st GearsOfFate.png Cognitive Gaming Invitational BaskinandinsterMLCst3althBaRRaCCuDDaJeffHindla $8,860
2015-07-25 A66th S2SummerFinals.png SPL Season 2 Summer Finals 0megaandinsterMLCst3althBaRRaCCuDDaJeffHindla $18,250
2015-06-28 A22nd SPLSeason2Logo.png SPL Season 2 NA Summer Split 0megaandinsterMLCst3althBaRRaCCuDDaJeffHindla Qualified for Summer Finals
2015-04-05 A33rd SPLSeason2Logo.png SPL Season 2 NA Spring Split 0megaandinsterMLCst3althBaRRaCCuDDaJeffHindla $5,000
2014-11-16 A55 - 6th SPLS1EURegionals.png SPL Season 1 EU Regional Championship emilitooNinjaBobatOptixxYOUNGBAEHyrrok $2,500
2014-07-26 A33 - 4th SPLS1EUKickOffLan.png SMITE Pro League EU Kick-Off LAN enQuSuntouchPsiyoYOUNGBAEHalfDevil $5,000
2014-03-30 A55 - 6th LaunchTournament.png SMITE Launch Tournament XalieaSuntouchPsiyoSmekMurrdurr $4,350

Highlight Videos

Interviews

See Also

External Links

References


Portal:Teams/North America
CompLexity150.png
Team Information
LocationUnited States
Manager(s)Kyle "Beef" Bautista
Team CaptainRiley "Incon" Unzelman
Sponsor(s)Sound Blaster
NewEgg
Creative
Corsair Gaming
DXRacer
Scuf Gaming
Twitch
PwnIt Wear
History
Created2014-10-31
Social Media

compLexity Gaming is an International e-Sports team located in the United States. In addition to their roster in SMITE, compLexity has housed some of the top players in Call of Duty, League of Legends, Dota, Hearthstone, Counter-Strike and Starcraft. The team's current General Manger is Kyle "Beef" Bautista.

History

Season 1

On October 31, 2014 the compLexity SMITE team was formed, signing the roster of SNIPE Gaming, who finished in 3rd place during the SMITE Pro League season 1 regular season. The roster consisted of Incon, Weak3n, Allied, KikiOrNah and Jerbie. During the SPL NA Regionals the team beat The Rambozos 2-0 in the quarterfinals, but eventually fell to the Season 1 SMITE World Champions, COGnitive Gaming, 3-1 in the semifinals and thus failed to qualify for the SMITE World Championship.

Season 2

After failing to qualify for the SWC, the team decided to bench mid laner Jerbie and replace him with former Fat Chunks Assemble solo laner, CycloneSpin.[1] This resulted in KikiOrNah being moved into the mid lane to make room for the new solo laner.

On March 6th, one day before the start of the SPL Season 2 NA Spring, the SMITE team announced its departure from compLexity Gaming, forming a new team Melior Morior.[2]

Timeline

  • 2015
  • 2014

Player Roster

Former

ID Name Role Next Team
USA CycloneSpin Jarod Nguyen Template:RoleSortNumber Solo MMlogo std.png Melior Morior
USA Weak3n Kurt Schray Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle MMlogo std.png Melior Morior
USA KikiOrNah Ismael Torres Template:RoleSortNumber Mid MMlogo std.png Melior Morior
USA Allied David Hance Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter MMlogo std.png Melior Morior
USA Incon Riley Unzelman Template:RoleSortNumber Support MMlogo std.png Melior Morior
USA Jerbie Jeremy Branham Template:RoleSortNumber Mid Logo std2.png Team Nomad

Team Achievements

Date Place Event Roster Winnings
2014-10-05 A33 - 4th SPLS1NARegionals.png Season 1 NA Regional Championship KikiOrNahWeak3nJerbieAlliedIncon $5,000
2014-10-05 A44th SPLS1NA.png SMITE Pro League NA Season 1 KikiOrNahWeak3nJerbieAlliedIncon

Highlight Videos

Interviews

See Also

External Links

References

Portal:Teams/North America
COG logo.png
Team Information
LocationUnited States
Manager(s)David "Smugglinrum" Fry II
History
Created2013-12
Social Media

COGnitive Gaming is an American eSports organization. It was one of the first organizations venturing into SMITE by picking up their first team in July 2013. It has since been home to several European, American, and Oceanic SMITE lineups, most notably the lineups of COGnitive Prime and COGnitive Red, which were leading teams in Season 1 before disbanding leading into Season 2. This article describes its main lineup, which has been dubbed COGnitive Prime. For the other teams, see COGnitive Red, COGnitive Forge and COGnitive EU.

History

Pre Launch

COGnitive Gaming was originally comprised of Shing, MLCst3alth, Allied, Kaeyoh and 0mega. MLCst3alth was eventually benched for not playing the game enough by Shing, and was replaced by Incontinentia. Kaeyoh later retired from competitive Smite. Allied, Incontinentia and Shing then founded SNIPE Gaming, with 0mega leaving at the same time.

Andinster then invited 0mega and MLCst3alth to his new team, whose other members were BaRRaCCuDDa and DaretoCare. For the remainder of pre-launch, COGnitive Gaming almost went undefeated, only losing to DownToFrag.

Season 1

COGnitive Gaming placed third during the Smite Launch Tournament, being defeated by Team Dignitas in the semifinals. They were almost defeated by SNIPE Gaming earlier in the tournament, but due to an unfortunate misplay, COGnitive Gaming eventually won that matchup.

Season 2

Spring Split

On February 15th, COGnitive Gaming signed their new roster, comprised of What's Kraken members.

Summer Split

On July 23rd, Meerkat and bchm parted ways with COGnitive. Meanwhile, Homiefe returned to the jungle, while Wubbn and Baskintodaface join as the new support and solo laner, respectively.[1]

In the Fall Relegations, COGnitive successfully defended their SPL spot against a freshly sponsored Noble eSports in a convincing 3-0 series, qualifying for the Fall Split.

Fall Split

On August 13th, only days before the start of the split, FaymousHate announced the team had been released by COGnitive Gaming.[2] It was later clarified by COGnitive's DeamonMachine that the roster had disbanded instead, leading to the contract release of the players.[3]

On the same day, a new roster was seen joining the in-game clan. It was then confirmed by COGnitive owner David Fry that this would be the new lineup.[4] This new roster, comprised of former Fat Chunks Assemble members Aror and Cabom, and veterans Meerkat, djpernicus, and TheBest. The season was spearheaded by djpernicus' Guan Yu and Ratatoskr picks, as well as TheBest's Hel. Finishing with a final record of 13-15, they qualified for the NA Super Regionals. Facing off against Cloud 9 in their first set, they were defeated 0:3, although all were very close games. In the months following, Meerkat and Cabom both left the team citing poor team chemistry, as well as their desires to play other roles. On January 23, 2016, the organization wound up without a roster and SPL spot as TheBest, Aror, and djpernicus joined Team Eager.

Timeline

  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2013
  • July, COGnitive Gaming is formed.

Player Roster

Former

ID Name Role Next Team
USA djpernicus Cody Tyson Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle Egrlogo std.png Team Eager
USA TheBest Jeremy Dailey Template:RoleSortNumber Mid Egrlogo std.png Team Eager
USA Aror Max Jackson Template:RoleSortNumber Support Egrlogo std.png Team Eager
USA Meerkat Tyler Jensen Template:RoleSortNumber Solo Logo std2.png Problem Solved
USA Cabom Christian Dura Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter
None
South Korea Baskintodaface Kim Woon-young (김운용) Template:RoleSortNumber Solo C9logo std.png Cloud9
USA Homiefe Alexander D'Souza Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle Deniallogo std.png Denial eSports
USA Hurriwind Tyler Whitney Template:RoleSortNumber Mid C9logo std.png Cloud9
USA FaymousHate Damian Gudel Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter RBRlogo std.png Risky Behavior
USA Wubbn Derek M. Gibson Jr. Template:RoleSortNumber Support RBRlogo std.png Risky Behavior
USA bchm Benjamin Chmura Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle TSMlogo std.png Team SoloMid
USA ScaryD Ronald Belair Template:RoleSortNumber Solo Chunkslogo std.png Fat Chunks Assemble
USA Jigz Connor Echols Template:RoleSortNumber Support TSMlogo std.png Team SoloMid
USA Mask Suharab Askarzada Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle NMElogo std.png Enemy
USA BaRRaCCuDDa John Salter Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter C9logo std.png Cloud9
USA MLCst3alth Brett Felley Template:RoleSortNumber Mid C9logo std.png Cloud9
USA andinster Andrew Woodward Template:RoleSortNumber Jungler C9logo std.png Cloud9
USA JeffHindla Rosario Vilardi Template:RoleSortNumber Support C9logo std.png Cloud9
USA Omegatron Ryan Johnson Template:RoleSortNumber Solo C9logo std.png Cloud9
USA DaretoCare Brendan Daniels Template:RoleSortNumber Support Logo std2.png Team Dignitas
Canada Eonic Sinjin Thorpe Template:RoleSortNumber Support COGRedlogo std.png COGnitive Red
USA Shing Alexander Rosa Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle SNIPElogo std.png SNIPE Gaming
USA Allied David Hance Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter SNIPElogo std.png SNIPE Gaming
USA Kaeyoh Kurt Ocher Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter Retired.png Retired
USA Jjaja Template:RoleSortNumber Support Retired.png Retired
USA Incontinentia Riley Unzelman Template:RoleSortNumber Mid SNIPElogo std.png SNIPE Gaming

Organization

ID Name Position
USA Smugglinrum Template:RoleSortNumber Manager

Team Achievements

Date Place Event Roster Winnings
2015-11-22 A66th SPLSeason2Logo.png Season 2 NA Regionals MeerkatdjpernicusTheBestCabomAror $24,000
2015-10-25 A66th SPLSeason2Logo.png SPL Season 2 NA Fall Split MeerkatdjpernicusTheBestCabomAror Qualified for S2 NA Regionals
2015-09-20 A55 - 6th GearsOfFate.png Cognitive Gaming Invitational MeerkatdjpernicusTheBestCabomAror $1,000
2015-08-01 I1Q SPLSeason2Logo.png SPL Season 2 NA Fall Relegations BaskintodafaceHomiefeHurriwindFaymousHateWubbn Qualified for Fall Split
2015-06-28 A77th SPLSeason2Logo.png SPL Season 2 NA Summer Split MeerkatbchmHurriwindFaymousHateHomiefe $11,500
2015-05-02 I1Q SPL Season 2 NA Summer Qualifiers MeerkatHomiefeHurriwindFaymousHateJigz Qualified for Summer Split
2015-04-05 A55th SPLSeason2Logo.png SPL Season 2 NA Spring Split MeerkatMaskHurriwindFaymousHateJigz $3,250
2015-01-11 A11st SWC2015logo small.png SMITE World Championship 2015 OmegatronandinsterMLCst3althBaRRaCCuDDaJeffHindla $1,306,130
2014-11-23 A22nd SPLS1NARegionals.png SPL Season 1 NA Regional Championship OmegatronandinsterMLCst3althBaRRaCCuDDaJeffHindla $10,000
2014-10-05 A22nd SPLS1NA.png SMITE Pro League NA Season 1 OmegatronandinsterMLCst3althBaRRaCCuDDaJeffHindla
2014-08-09 A33 - 4th SPLS1NAKickOffLan.png SMITE Pro League NA Kick-Off LAN OmegatronandinsterMLCst3althBaRRaCCuDDaJeffHindla $6,250
2014-03-30 A33rd LaunchTournament.png SMITE Launch Tournament OmegatronandinsterMLCSt3althBaRRaCCuDDaDaretoCare $30,507
2013-09-02 A33rd PAX-Prime-Logo.png PAX Prime OmegaShingMLCst3althKaeyohAllied $3,000

Highlight Videos

Cognitive Gaming - Season 2

Interviews

See Also

External Links

References


Portal:Teams/North America
NameChangers.png
Team Information
LocationUnited States
History
Created2015-01-25

The Name Changers was an American SMITE team formed by the former members of COGnitive Red. On March 6th, the team was acquired by Team SoloMid.

History

Timeline

Player Roster

Former

ID Name Role Next Team
Canada Divios Nicklaus Neumeyer Template:RoleSortNumber Solo TSMlogo std.png Team SoloMid
USA DaGarz Peter Gary Template:RoleSortNumber Jungle TSMlogo std.png Team SoloMid
USA TheBoosh Nich Lewis Template:RoleSortNumber Mid TSMlogo std.png Team SoloMid
Canada Snoopy Evan Jones Template:RoleSortNumber Hunter TSMlogo std.png Team SoloMid
Canada Eonic Sinjin Thorpe Template:RoleSortNumber Support TSMlogo std.png Team SoloMid

Organization

ID Name Position

Team Achievements

Date Place Event Roster Winnings

Highlight Videos

Interviews

See Also

External Links

References