Alex

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Alex
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Background Information
NameAlex Burden
Country of BirthUnited States United States
Residency
NA
 North America
Competitive
RolePlayer
Team History
??? 2003 - ??? 2004
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The Dream Teamlogo std.pngThe Dream Team
??? 2004 - ??? 2004
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Logo std.pngMoZ
??? 2004 - ??? 2004
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Logo std.pngTKT
??? 2004 - ??? 2004
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The Dream Teamlogo std.pngThe Dream Team
??? 2004 - ??? 2004
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Logo std.pngUmmm
??? 2006 - ??? 2006
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Alex "Alex" Burden is a retired player. He is well known for his time with The Dream Team.

Biography

Halo CE

Alex joined The Dream Team (TDT) alongside Halo: CE National Champion Darkman, Shizz and Zyos after AGP 1. This lineup proved to be formidable, and has since gone down in history as the first dominant Halo team. They won AGP 2 and the first Halo 50k, before placing 2nd in Halo 50k 2 and AGP 3. Alex and TDT then became the first Halo team signed by upstart gaming organization Major League Gaming, and won their first event at MLG New York 2004. Alex then finished 5-8th in Philadelphia with a different team, and attended AGP 4 with a new TDT roster of himself, Darkman, Clockwork and Saiyan, leading to another event win for Alex. Alex again finished 5-8th in the MLG Dallas 3v3 event, before attending MLG Chicago with a new TDT roster of himself, Darkman, Dargon1 and Sergio. They finished 6-8th. Alex then completely retooled the TDT roster, recruiting Csquared, Scythe and Tsquared for MLG Atlanta, where they finished 4th. Following Atlanta, Alex formed team Ummm with Darkman, NistiC and Strangepurple, finishing 2nd in Seattle. His last event was the New York National Championships, where he finished 4th with a new TDT roster of himself, Darkman, Tsquared and Slim. He retired shortly after the 2004 season.

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