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After a third place finish at the all-amateur AGL 4 New Jersey event with team WarZone, Monster returned to top competition, joining Reality Check alongside SUDDOTH1, SUDDOTH2, and Absolutely. The team took a top six finish at AGL 5 Nashville. After a top twelve finish at AGL 6 Pittsburgh with Whats Up With Dat, the Reality Check roster returned at AGL 7 Knoxville, where they finished in the top eight. For AGL 8 Knoxville, Monster joined Upcoming alongside Arbin, CreepyTrash, and Spartan. The team took a top twelve finish in Monster's last Halo 4 event.
Halo 2: Anniversary
Monster briefly competed in Halo 2: Anniversary, joining Velocity eSports alongside CreepyTrash, Arbin, and ROB THE TURTLE. After a top sixteen finish at UGC St. Louis, Monster sat out the remainder of H2A.
Halo 5: Guardians
After competing in a series of online qualifiers and failing to qualify for MLG Columbus 2016, Monster joined the qualified OverDrive alongside Vetoed, Kephrii and KingNick. They finished in the top sixteen at the event, failing to qualify for Halo World Championship 2016.
After Worlds, Monster did not attempt to qualify for the Pro League, but immediately began competing in the Open Circuit as part of team OnlyGoodOnline alongside Prototype, Chaser and MuNoZ. After consistently strong results throughout the Open Circuit season, OnlyGoodOnline was signed by 3sUP in time for the Open Circuit Finals. After a narrow loss to Denial eSports, 3sUP's last chance to qualify for Relegation was defeating Elevate in the Losers' Finals. Unfortunately, network issues forced 3sUP to forfeit the match.
3sUP made roster changes during the offseason, replacing Chaser with Rammyy. After solidifying themselves as a top team in the Fall Open Circuit, 3sUP attended ESA Orange County 2016 with the intent of qualifying for the Open Circuit Finals at ME Las Vegas 2016. They did what they needed to do, finishing in the top eight. Prior to Vegas, 3sUP replaced MuNoZ with rising star Renegade. At the event, 3sUP finished first in the Open Circuit Finals, qualifying for Relegation. In the Championship Bracket, 3sUP made a statement when they beat Enigma6 Group, a team they would be facing at Relegation, 3-2. They finished top six overall at the event. At Relegation, 3sUP were chosen by Enigma6 Group as their first round opponents. In an extremely close match, 3sUP were defeated 4-3. 3sUP then defeated The MoneyMatches Team to earn another shot at qualifying, but could not take more than two games against Team Allegiance.
After sitting out the remainder of 2017 while focusing on other esports, Monster returned for Halo World Championship 2018 season, first playing under Cutting Edge eSports alongside Squalleye, ROB THE TURTLE, and Burton. After the team took a top twenty finish at MLG Orlando, Monster joined Elevate alongside ContrA, PreDevoNatoR, and Danoxide. Danoxide eventually left and was replaced by BabyJ and the roster ultimately ended up attending MLG Columbus under Armada eSports. They took tenth place, just missing out on Worlds.
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2018-03-25||9 - 12||Halo World Championship 2018 North America Regional Finals||ARM|
|2018-02-18||17 - 20||MLG Orlando 2018||CUTT|
|2017-03-05||9 - 12||Halo World Championship 2017 North America Regional Finals||3sUP|
|2016-12-11||3||HCS Pro League North America Fall 2016 Finals||3sUP|
|2016-11-20||5 - 6||$ 1,000||ME Las Vegas 2016||3sUP|
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