[12/3/14] UPDATE: Denial eSports has decided to part ways with Reliable, they have picked up Ryanoob as their new 4th!
Denial.Halo has decided to release Reliable and pick up @DenialRyaNoob. He will join @DenialChig @DenialMikwen @DenialCloud #WolfPack
— Denial Esports (@DenialEsports) December 4, 2014
Welcome to the #WolfPack @DenialRyanoob
— Ray (@FroZn) December 4, 2014
— Ryan Geddes (@RyaNoobHCS) December 4, 2014
— Kyle Lawson (@Chiig) December 4, 2014
There is no doubt that ever since the Halo Championship Series was announced, the Halo eSports scene would begin to grow. Organizations such as OpTic Gaming and CLG have formed Halo teams, and more organizations are on their way.
Today, the reputable organization Denial eSports has announced that they will be forming a competitive Halo team that will be competing in official HCS sanctioned events, such as Iron Games in December. Learn more about the Denial eSports Halo team below
Three players have been officially added to the Denial roster:
Scottie “Cloud” Holste (Far Left)
Austin “Mikwen” McCleary
Kyle “Chig” Lawson
Ryan “Ryanoob” Geddes
In addition, Cloud, Chig, Ryanoob, and Mikwen will be joined by their coach, Justin “Spikemouth” Saboo (ex-Fnatic Classic), and will be looking for one player moving into the Iron Games Columbus event (Chig has previous commitments).
What do you think about the newly announced Denial Halo team? Discuss the Halo Championship Series on our forums!