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Rainbow Six | Siege 2019
Brawlhalla Winter Championship 1v1
Wrenchd Tied for 5th and Sandstorm Tied for 7th, bring the Boys 340 USD in Petty Cash!
Brawlhalla Winter Championship 2v2
Sandstorm and teamate Boomie took first and earned 2,000 USD for their performance!
Final Round 2019 1v1
Sandstorm brings Home 1st Place!!!
Final Round 2019 2v2
Sandstorm and Boomie take victory after 10 Games due to the Bracket Reset!!!
6 - 3 - 1
65 : 42
7 - 0 - 5
64 : 54
6 - 2 - 2
58 : 47
5 - 4 - 1
64 : 44
2 - 1 - 7
37 : 65
1 - 1 - 6
35 : 49
1 - 1 - 6
31 : 53
Team Wildcard Lineup
FPS games started with Battlefield 4, hopping into the local competitive scene for a short period until Siege came out. I’ve been playing Siege since its launch, and picked up coaching a couple of years ago. I’ve coached this team (under the name of ‘Athletico’) for almost 2 years now and I aspire to take us to the next level with Vinnie, and hope to make it to the global stage soon.
As a life long gamer my first platform was Nintendo 64, When I finally got my own PC I started playing Counter-Strike: Source. Then I met BF4, which is where I met my team-mate and friend of just about 6 years NeophyteR. I bought siege around July 2016 and the rest is… History!
I’m Tien, I have been playing PC games pretty much my whole life and playing FPS games since 2005. Spent most of my time playing Counter-Strike 1.6 for about 9 years. For the longest time I wanted to play video games for a living and I didn’t think I was going to make it until Rainbow Six: Siege started growing into something bigger for me, which makes me excited to keep it going further.
In high school I move to PC, Counter-Strike 1.3. I started playing competitive CS in 2004 and had competed in several National LAN finals, including world qualifiers for World Cyber Games (WCG) and Electronic Sports World Cup (ESWC). Once Counter-Strike: Global Offensive took over as the primary version of the game, Eventually found my way into competitive R6 where I moved to the coach role.
Lifetime Gamer. I’ve always been a very competitive person, with sports but injuries led me to video games as a competitive outlet. I made the switch to PC early last year not knowing I would end up on Athletico soon after and at my first LAN very soon after that. Ever since then I have the dream of becoming a professional esports player!
As a childhood gamer I eventually found Siege and fell in love with it. I knew I would give competitive a go so I switched to PC in January of 2018. The goal now is to take it to the next step with the boys and hopefully make an international event one day!
As I life long gamer I first started playing Siege and, well yes… I fell in love with the game. I eventually attended international LANs under the Fnatic roster such as Pro League Season 7 finals and Pro League Season 8 finals. Now with this current lineup with Ethan, Diesel, Derpeh, EmoRin and myself we are looking for global credibility!