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Background Information
NameDillon Myslinski
Country of BirthUnited States United States
 North America
Social Media & Links
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Team History
Sep 2016 - Sep 2016
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Logo std.pngGlobal Sanction
Jan 2017 - Jan 2017
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Team Solsticelogo std.pngTeam Solstice
July 2017 - July 2017
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FlySocietylogo std.pngFlySociety
Jun 2017 - Jun 2017
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Lethal Gaminglogo std.pngLethal Gaming
Jul 2017 - Jul 2017
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Wise Gaminglogo std.pngWise Gaming
Sep 2017 - Oct 2017
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Logo std.pngThe Ghostu Crew
Oct 2017 - Oct 2017
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Logo std.pngIncendiary
Oct 2017 - Oct 2017
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Logo std.pngThicc Jawns Only
Jan 2018 - ??? 2018
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Wise Gaminglogo std.pngWise Gaming
Oct 2018 - Nov 2018
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Lux Gaminglogo std.pngLux Gaming
Dillon "Nebula" Myslinski was previously a player for Lux Gaming.


Halo 5: Guardians

Nebula's first impact on the scene came with a top sixteen placing in a Legendary Cup during the Summer 2016 Open Circuit. He sporadically attended events over the following months, finishing in the top eight at 2050 Chattanooga 2016 with Global Sanction (Saiyan sK, Kyrie, Sprawl), top eight at UGC St. Louis 2016 with Team Solstice (Sprawl, Kaiss, Stress), and top thirty-two at UGC St. Louis 2017 with FlySociety (SneakyBran, CrisiiS, RealisedG).

Nebula spent the majority of the Summer 2017 Open Circuit season with Lethal Gaming alongside DanyKnight, EliElite, and SneakyBran before leaving to join Wise Gaming alongside D3M0N D, Cloud, and TiZoXiC. The team took second place in the final cup of the season, winning $1,500. They built on this with a top sixteen finish at DreamHack Atlanta.

Nebula spent the majority of the Fall 2017 Open Circuit with Incendiary alongside Brainstorm, Triton, and Vtec, but attended DreamHack Denver with Thicc Jawns Only alongside Divine Damsel, Queen, and Plowski.

Neptune took a new approach for Halo World Championship 2018 season, returning to Wise Gaming alongside Gilkey, D3M0N D and KLTNn. After a top sixteen finish at MLG Orlando, KLTNn was replaced by Commonly. At MLG Columbus, Wise finished third in its pool, now needing to win the wild card bracket to qualify for Worlds. They were successful, defeating Mentality Esports and Armada eSports to secure ninth place and the final Worlds spot. At Worlds, Wise finished third in their pool, handily beating Mindfreak but losing to Renegades and TOX Gaming, resulting in a top twelve finish.








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