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Annex is a North American esports organization that fields teams in Halo and Call of Duty.

Halo History

Halo 2: Anniversary

HCS Season 1

Annex first entered the Halo scene when they announced their roster of Jacob "Arkanum" Santos, Ryan "Shooter" Sondhi, Jesse "Killrelevant" Creelman, and Yousef "OmegA" on December 7, 2014.[1] They finished 5-6th in HCS Cup 1 and 9-12th at Iron Games Columbus 2014. However, a contract dispute soon began between Arkanum and Annex, leading to his release. Annex placed top 128 in HCS Cup 2 and disbanded shortly after.

HCS Season 2

On April 9, Annex announced its new roster of Shane "WinntuR", Tomell "Very Nerdy" Day, Casey "Sargoth" Current and Josh "Tragic".[2] On April 13, they announced an additional team, consisting of the former Element roster of Jenn "Queen" DeFonzo, Jesse "Siao" Ansbro, Tony "EccentriK" and Alec "Bulletflu" Venable, going under the name of Annex Black.[3] Prior to being signed by Annex, the team had placed top 8 and top 16 in the two preseason cups, earning themselves the 9th seed. At Iron Games Atlanta 2015, Annex Black lost to Swerve in the WB and Noble Black in the LB, ending their tournament with a top 24 finish.[4] The main Annex roster had a better run, finishing top 12 after losses to Winterfox and Cloud9.[5] With Jeremiah filling in as the fourth for HCS Cup #1, Annex managed a top 8 finish.

On April 21, EccentriK confirmed that he was leaving Annex Black.[6]. Bulletflu departed at another unconfirmed point, as did Queen, effectively disbanding the Annex Black roster. During HCS Cup 1, Annex played with a player named "Jeremiah", earning a top 8 finish. However, it was later discovered that Jeremiah was non-member Tragic playing on an alternate account. As a result, Annex was penalized by being barred from competing in Cup 4. Tragic officially returned to the main Annex roster shortly after.

Halo 5

Annex's HCS roster quietly disbanded over the offseason, with only WinntuR retaining Annex branding on his social media, while Tragic and Nerdy left to join Vigor eSports.





Player Roster


ID Name Next Team
USA Queen Jenn DeFonzo 70{{{1}}}
USA Siao Jesse Ansbro 70Template:1}
USA WinntuR Shane 70{{{1}}}
USA Very Nerdy Tomell Day 70{{{1}}} Logo std.pngVigor eSports
USA Sargoth Casey Current 70{{{1}}}
USA Tragic Josh 70{{{1}}} Logo std.pngVigor eSports
USA EccentriK Tony 70{{{1}}} Logo std.pngnVo
USA Bulletflu Alec Venable 70{{{1}}}
USA Killrelevant Jesse 70{{{1}}}
USA OmegA Yousef 70{{{1}}}
USA Shooter Ryan Sondhi 70{{{1}}} Reality Checklogo std.pngReality Check
USA Arkanum Jacob Santos 70{{{1}}} NBlogo std.pngNoble Black


ID Name Position
USA SHVakul Sri Vakulabharanam {{{1}}}

Tournament History


HCS Season 1

End Date Game Place Prize HCS Points Event Players (Coach)
April 19, 2015 Halo 2a logo.png A99 - 12 - 30 Iron Games Atlanta 2015 SargothTragicVery NerdyWinntuR
December 14, 2014 Halo 2a logo.png A99 - 12 - 150 Iron Games Columbus 2014 ArkanumKillrelevantOmegAShooter

Annex Black

HCS Season 2

End Date Game Place Prize HCS Points Event Players (Coach)
April 19, 2015 Halo 2a logo.png B717 - 24 - 15 Iron Games Atlanta 2015 QueenSiaoBulletfluEccentriK


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