Citadel Gaming

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Citadel Gaming
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Team Information
Org LocationAustralia Australia
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Sponsor(s)GamerGFX
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History
CreatedHalo Division - December 11, 2014
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Citadel Gaming is an Australian esports organization. Citadel fields teams in games such as Halo 5, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Gears of War, Smite and Counter Strike: Global Offensive.

Biography

Citadel Gaming was founded in December 2013 by Jordan "Sharki" Morris. On February 19, Citadel Gaming made a management change, with Sharki stepping down and handing the organization over to Tristan "Twistys" Garnett and Lachey "Eeyore" Garnett.[1] Their motto is "Towering Over", referring to the tower structure in their logo.[2]

History

Halo 2: Anniversary

Citadel made their debut Halo roster announcement on December 11, 2014. The roster consisted of Xavier "Lunchy" Lang, Brandon "Cloudy" McLeod, Jarrod "TheBro" Thomson and Brad "Stein" Steinbach.[3] On April 11, 2015, Citadel announced a new roster. Lunchy remained, while the rest of the roster was replaced. The new roster consisted of Lunchy, Nick "Trace" Foord, Jesse "Skull" Graetz and Levi "Armada" Stewart.[4] They took 1st place at ACL Brisbane 2015 shortly after the announcement. Between ACL Brisbane and ACL Melbourne 2015, Lunchy split from his teammates to form a new team alongside "Justintiming", "aDark2Remember" and "Slayz" as Citadel Gaming Yellow. Trace, Skull and Armada recruited Jason "Dizary" Foord as the fourth for their roster, Citadel Gaming Blue. At ACL Melbourne, Citadel Gaming Blue defeated Citadel Gaming Yellow and went on to take 2nd place after falling short to "Rehab's For Quitters" (Blaze, Deano, Heff and Seduce) in the finals. Meanwhile Citadel Yellow finished in 4th-5th.

Halo 5: Guardians

On November 30, 2015, Citadel announced its intended roster going into Halo 5 - Lunchy, Brad "Bradlllzzz" Bell, Chris "Havok" Holbert and Sean "Weasel" Simpson,[5] with Peter "Doohfus" Mot as coach.[6] On January 2, Citadel won the first ANZ Qualifier for the Halo World Championship 2016 and became the first team in the ANZ region to qualify for the Halo World Championship ANZ Regional Finals 2016.

Timeline

  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014

Halo Roster

Active

ID Name Position
Australia Lunchy Xavier Lang
Australia Bradlllzzz Brad Bell
Australia Havok Chris Holbert
Australia Weasel Sean Simpson
Australia Doohfus Peter Mot {{{4}}}

Former

ID Name Next Team
Australia Trace Nick Foord
None
Australia Skull Jesse Graetz
None
Australia Armada Levi Stewart
None
Australia Cloudy Brandon McLeod
None
Australia TheBro Jarrod Thomson
None
Australia Stein Brad Steinbach
None

Organization

Active

ID Name Position
Australia Twistys Tristan Garnett {{{4}}}
Australia Eeyore Lachey Garnett {{{4}}}

Former

ID Name Position Next Org
Australia Sharki Jordan Morris {{{4}}}
None

Tournament History

End Date Game Place Prize Event Players (Coach)
September 6, 2015 Halo 2a logo.png A44 - 5 - ACL Melbourne 2015 LunchyJustintimingaDark2RememberSlayz
September 6, 2015 Halo 2a logo.png A22 $450 ACL Melbourne 2015 DizaryTraceSkullArmada
June 28, 2015 Halo 2a logo.png A44 - ACL Sydney 2015 LunchyTraceSkullArmada
May 31, 2015 Halo 2a logo.png A11 $800 ACL Brisbane 2015 LunchyTraceSkullArmada

External Content

Interviews

Articles

External Links

References

  1. Citadel_Gaming's tweet - twitlonger.com
  2. About - citadel-gaming.org
  3. 3.0 3.1 Citadel Gaming's tweet - twitlonger.com
  4. 4.0 4.1 Citadel Gaming's tweet - twitlonger.com
  5. Citadel Gaming's tweet - twitlonger.com
  6. 6.0 6.1 Citadel Gaming's Tweet - twitter.com