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|Org Location|| North America|
|Region|| North America|
Leftovers is a former North American Halo team that existed for the five Halo World Championship 2016 NA Qualifying tournaments. During its short run as an unsponsored team, Leftovers also used the names Believe the Hype and Renegades before being officially acquired by the Renegades organization after the qualifiers. The only player to compete on all five Leftovers rosters was Tyler "Spartan" Ganza.
Halo 5: Guardians
Team Leftovers began when Scottie "Cloud" Holste was released from Counter Logic Gaming and Tyler "Spartan" Ganza was removed from Winterfox's active roster. Cloud and Spartan recruited Jacob "Hysteria" Reiser and Hamza "Commonly" Abbaali to form their team. Competing in the first NA Qualifier as Believe the Hype (as it featured two founding members in Cloud and Hysteria), the team finished in the top 32. Hysteria left soon after to join Team Liquid. The team now known as Leftovers picked up Cameron "Victory X" Thorlakson as Hysteria's replacement. They went on to finish 2nd in the second NA Qualifier. Shortly after the third qualifier, Leftovers made a roster change, dropping Cloud and picking up Tyler "Ninja" Blevins. On January 17, the team competed in the 4th qualifier as Renegades, signifying that they had been picked up by the organization.
On January 20, Spartan confirmed in a tweet that Commonly had left the team. He was replaced two days later by former OpTic Gaming member Braedon "StelluR" Boettcher. On January 24, Leftovers closed out the qualifiers with a top 8 placing. On January 25, the team was officially acquired by Renegades.