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|Org Location||United States|
|Sponsor||MoneyMatches (Mar 2017)|
Insight Co. (May 2017)
Crowd Pleasers is a former North American Halo team. The name has existed since at least 2008, with multiple top 16 placings in North American Halo events.
Halo 5: Guardians
The Crowd Pleasers name was revived in March 2017, following the successful qualification of Pnda Gaming for Halo World Championship 2017. Pnda released its roster of Cratos, Naded, Str8 SicK, Danoxide, and coach/manager ShowTime. Cratos confirmed that the roster would be using the Crowd Pleasers name going forward. On March 14, it was announced that Crowd Pleasers would be sponsored by MoneyMatches for Worlds and attending as TMMT Crowd Pleasers. At Worlds, Crowd Pleasers were placed in a group alongside reigning champions OpTic Gaming and 2nd-ranked EU squad Supremacy. CP were able to defeat Supremacy 3-1, but were swept by OpTic for a 2nd place finish in the group. In their first match of the Championship Bracket, CP were defeated 4-3 in a very close match against Str8 Rippin. Looking to go on a Losers' Bracket run, they defeated London Conspiracy 4-1 to clinch top 8, but could not get past Team EnVyUs, who swept them 4-0 and sent them home with a top 8 finish. The following weekend, Naded declared free agency. He was replaced hours later by Spartan. Later in the month, Crowd Pleasers made more changes, replacing the departing Danoxide with frequent Cratos teammate Suspector. On May 7, Crowd Pleasers was acquired by Ronin Esports.
|Cratos||Carlos Ayala||Player||Mar 20172017-03-13||May 20172017-05-07||eRa|
|ShowTime||Nicholas Laskaras||Player||Mar 20172017-03-13||May 20172017-05-07||eRa|
|Spartan||Tyler Ganza||Player||Apr 20172017-04-01||May 20172017-05-07||REC|
|Str8 SicK||Cory Sloss||Player||Mar 20172017-03-13||May 20172017-05-07||eRa|
|Suspector||Ayden Hill||Player||Apr 20172017-04-18||May 20172017-05-07||ELV|
|Danoxide||Daniel Terlizzi||Player||Mar 20172017-03-13||Apr 20172017-04-18||ELV|
|Naded||Brett Leonard||Player||Mar 20172017-03-13||Apr 20172017-04-01||EG|
|ShowTime||Nicholas Laskaras||Head Coach/Manager||Ronin Esports|
|Lenny||Armen Danielyan||Manager||Ronin Esports|