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Background Information
NameRoman Nasirudin
Country of Birth
BirthdayJuly 4, 1998 (age 22)
North America
Social Media & Links
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Team History
May 2017 - May 2017Logo std.pngAddy Estates
May 2017 - Jun 2017Logo std.pngThe Fung Four
Jul 2017 - Jul 2017Logo std.pngTeam Insolence
Sep 2017 - Sep 2017Logo std.pngOlympus eSports
Sep 2017 - Oct 2017Logo std.pngNeed Org
Oct 2017 - Oct 2017Logo std.pngApotheon eSports
Jan 2018 - Jan 2018Gosu Crewlogo std.pngGosu Crew
Jan 2018 - ??? 2018Mentality Esportslogo std.pngMentality Esports
??? 2018 - ??? 2018Polaris Gaminglogo std.pngPolaris Gaming
??? 2018 - ??? 2018Anaheim Pirateslogo std.pngAnaheim Pirates

Roman "Druk" Nasirudin is a Halo esports player, previously a player for Anaheim Pirates.


Halo 5: Guardians[edit]

Druk entered the competitive scene in February 2017, playing on team Str8 Midtier with Kaiss, Dynamics, and EliElite in the Halo World Championship 2017 NA qualifiers.

In May 2017, Druk played for Addy Estates alongside coLeK, Scionizzle, and SwiSh, placing in the top twenty at UMG Daytona. In the Summer 2017 Open Circuit, Druk first played with The Fung Four alongside Kaiss, JR2, and SoulSnipe before joining Blood Gang with Cratos, LifeStyle, and Sabinater. The following week, he regrouped with Kaiss and SoulSnipe, rounding out the roster with Sorrell as Team Insolence. The team placed in the top twenty-four at DreamHack Atlanta.

Going into the Fall season, Druk formed a new team with Jam, JR2, and EccentriK. Successful during the Open Circuit, the team was eventually signed by Apotheon eSports and placed in the top twenty-two at DreamHack Denver. Druk won the FFA in Denver, winning himself $2,000.

At the beginning of Halo World Championship 2018 season, Druk briefly played for Gosu Crew with Jam, Triton, and Vtec before joining Mentality Esports alongside Manny, SoulSnipe, and Kaiss. The team did well in the 2000 Series, consistently placing in the top eight, but finished in the top sixteen at MLG Orlando. Following Orlando, Mentality revised its roster, ultimately going into MLG Columbus with Vtec having replaced SoulSnipe. The new roster took a top twelve finish in Columbus, not enough to qualify for Worlds.








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