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London Conspiracy is a UK-based esports organization.
Halo 2: Anniversary
London Conspiracy first entered the Halo scene on November 29, 2014, acquiring the Team Vibe roster of Rob "Septic" Singleton, Scott "Fuzion" Findlay, Jack "BlackJack" Lewis and Alex "Fragby" Lee-Warner for the Gfinity Halo 2: Anniversary LAN Championship. Despite a strong 2nd place showing, the team did not continue with the organization.
Halo 5: Guardians
After over two years, London Conspiracy announced its return to Halo on February 13, 2017, again acquiring the Team Vibe roster. The roster this time around consisted of (again) Septic, now going by "SeptiQ", alongside Ryan "Batchford" Batchelor, Andrew "Ramirez" Corrigan, Casey "Lunny" Lunn and coach Kyle "Turk" Wall. The new London Conspiracy roster's first task was qualifying for Halo World Championship 2017, which required a top 2 finish at Gfinity London 2017. They started off on the right foot with a 3-0 victory over Epsilon eSports, but were decimated in the Semifinals by FAB Games eSports. In Losers Round 4, they were swept by Supremacy, resulting in a top 6 finish. On February 20, Batchford announced his free agency. London Conspiracy competed in the Last Chance Qualifier with Christopher "Qristola" O'Keeffe acting as the fourth member of the roster. They won the tournament and qualified for Worlds, and Qristola was officially confirmed as Batchford's replacement shortly after. At Worlds, London Conspiracy were placed in a pool with Team Liquid and Luminosity Gaming. Both of the North American powerhouses made short work of London Conspiracy, and they were sent to Losers Round 1 after back to back losses. They would fare no better in the bracket, losing 4-1 to TMMT Crowd Pleasers and going home with a top 12 finish.
Following Worlds, London Conspiracy parted ways with its roster, which began using the name Invictus.
- February 13, Halo division reformed - Team Vibe roster acquired. SeptiQ, Batchford, Ramirez, Lunny and coach Turk join.
- February 19, 5th - 6th place at Gfinity London 2017.
- February 20, Batchford leaves.
- February 26, 1st place in Last Chance Qualifier with Qristola subbing in for Batchford. Team qualifies for Halo World Championship 2017.
- February 28, Qristola joins.
- March 26, 9th - 12th place at Halo World Championship 2017.
- Team disbands. SeptiQ, Ramirez, Lunny and Qristola leave.
|Lunny||Casey Lunn||The Lads|
|Batchford||Ryan Batchelor||Best Routers EU|
|BlackJack||Jack Lewis||Team Vibe|
|End Date||Game||Place||Prize||Event||Players (Coach)|
|March 26, 2017||9 - 12||$10,000||Halo World Championship 2017||SeptiQ • Ramirez • Lunny • Qristola • Riotz|
|February 26, 2017||1||Q||HaloWC 2017 - EU Last Chance Qualifier||SeptiQ • Ramirez • Lunny • Qristola|
|February 19, 2017||5 - 6||$1,000||Gfinity London 2017||SeptiQ • Batchford • Ramirez • Lunny • Turk|
|November 30, 2014||2||£500||Gfinity Halo 2: Anniversary LAN Championship||Septic • Fuzion • Fragby • Blackjack • Brightside|