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Epsilon eSports is a European esports organization. Founded in 2008, Epsilon fields teams in games such as Counter Strike: Global Offensive, Call of Duty, Battlefield, Team Fortress 2 etc.
Halo 2: Anniversary
Epsilon's first foray into Halo esports came on January 23, 2015, when they announced a debut roster of Alex "BUK 20" Buck, Eddie "Reaction" Leck, James "Jimbossity" Bradbrook (also known as Jimbo) and Mike "Snipedrone" Juchau. Their first tournament together was EGL Battle of Europe 2015, where they looked to earn €10,000 as well as the wild card spot in the North American HCS Season 1 Finals. Unfortunately, they finished 3rd at the event. On March 26, Reaction was confirmed to have left Epsilon, leaving them short a player. This void was filled with the acquisition of BUK 20's twin brother, Will "BUK 57" Buck, coming out of Halo retirement. The roster's first tournament was Multiplay Insomnia 54, where they finished 3rd.
Halo 5: Guardians
Epsilon was one of four teams invited to the Gamescom Invitational 2015 pre-release Halo 5 tournament. They won, defeating Supremacy in the finals. Their Halo 5 prowess continued to show as they won Multiplay Insomnia 55 and Multiplay Insomnia 56. On January 17, Epsilon placed 1st at the HWC UK Finals, qualifying for the EMEA Regional Finals. Epsilon were one of two EMEA teams invited to the X Games Aspen 2016 for the opportunity to compete for a gold medal and $15,000. In the group stage of the event, they managed to pull off a big upset, defeating the heavily favored Renegades in four games, but could not replicate their success against Team Allegiance or Team Liquid, resulting in Epsilon being unable to advance out of their group and finishing 5th - 8th. At EMEA Regionals, Epsilon qualified for Halo World Championship 2016, but finished a disappointing top 4, losing to Team Infused in the semifinals. At Worlds, Epsilon were the only non-North American team to make it out of groups, upsetting Cloud9 to make it possible. They lost to eLevate in the quarterfinals, ending their tournament with a top 8 finish. The roster's last hurrah came at Multiplay Insomnia 57, where they took 1st place without dropping a game. On May 1, Epsilon announced the release of its Halo roster.
Despite stating their intentions to find a team for the Summer 2016 Pro League, Epsilon did not announce its return to Halo until January 31, 2017, acquiring the Avada Kedavra roster consisting of Daniel "Doodle" Petersen, Kieran "Quad" Rose, Conor "VexZeus" Scally and a returning "Snipedrone" just in time for Halo World Championship 2017 season. Also returning was the coach - "Flamez". Flamez would soon leave to join exceL eSports as a player. Epsilon looked to qualify for Halo World Championship 2017 with a top 2 finish at Gfinity London 2017, but hit a snag with an early 3-0 loss to London Conspiracy. After a 3-2 victory over beGenius ESC guaranteed them a top 6 finish, Epsilon faced Pace Making Pandas (featuring former members BUK 20 and BUK 57) for top 4. Despite Epsilon winning the first two games, the Pandas completed the reverse sweep and sent their former organization home with a top 6 finish.
On February 23, 2017, Quad left the team. Shortly afterward, on February 26, 2017, after lackluster results at Gfinity London 2017 and failing to qualify for the Halo World Championship 2017, Epsilon eSports once again left the Halo 5 scene by completely releasing their remaining roster of VexZeus, Snipedrone, and Doodle.
- January 31, Halo division reformed with Avada Kedavra roster acquisition - Doodle, VexZeus, Snipedrone, Quad and coach Flamez join.
- Flamez leaves.
- February 5, 1st place in EU Qualifier #2.
- February 12, 1st place in EU Qualifier #3.
- February 19, 5th - 6th place at Gfinity London 2017.
- February 23, Quad leaves.
- Febrary 26th, roster disbands. Snipedrone, Doodle, VexZeus, and coach Flamez are released.
- January 3, 1st place in UK Qualifier #2
- January 6, 3rd - 4th place in UK Qualifier #3
- January 10, 1st place in UK Qualifier #4
- January 17, 1st place at HWC UK Finals 2016. Team qualifies for EMEA Regional Finals
- January 29, 5th - 8th place at X Games Aspen 2016
- Februray 7rd, 3rd - 4th place at EMEA Regional Finals. Team qualifies for Halo World Championship 2016
- March 19, 5th - 8th place at Halo World Championship 2016
- March 27, 1st place at Multiplay Insomnia 57.
- May 1, team disbands. BUK 20, BUK 57, Jimbo and Snipedrone are released.
- January 23, Halo division formed - BUK 20, Reaction, Jimbo and Snipedrone join.
- February 22, 3rd place at EGL Battle of Europe 2015
- March 26, Reaction leaves.
- April 5, BUK 57 joins.
- April 6, 3rd place at Multiplay Insomnia 54
- August 7, 1st place at Gamescom Invitational 2015
- August 30, 1st place at Multiplay Insomnia 55
- December 13, 1st place at Multiplay Insomnia 56
- December 20, 1st place in UK Qualifier #1
|Snipedrone||Mike Juchau||Team infused|
|Doodle||Daniel Petersen||Pace Making Pandas|
|BUK 20||Alex Buck||Dinosaurs|
|BUK 57||Will Buck||Dinosaurs|
|Reaction||Eddie Leck||Team Vibe|
|Zyruz||Kim Brurok Stokkeland|
- New Team Announcement – Halo - epsilon-esports.com
- Epsilon release Halo Team - epsilon-esports.com
- Epsilon return to Halo - epsilon-esports.com