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|Team has disbanded.|
|Org Location||United States|
|Sponsor(s)||War Heads (2011-Present)|
Noble eSports (2014-2015)
VexX Gaming (2015-2015)
|Social Media & Links|
Reality Check is an active team.
Reality Check's first MLG event was MLG Dallas 2009. They attended MLG Columbus 2010, placing 29th. They would attend two more events in 2010 and finish with a 21st placing in Raleigh and 17th in D.C.. Reality Check would continue attending events in 2011, usually placing in the 20s. Though they ended up placing 22nd, Reality Check had a highlight moment in Columbus when they upset the 4th seeded Warriors squad in pool play.
At the first (and only) MLG Halo 4 event, the 2012 Fall Championship, Reality Check picked up its highest placing yet, with a top 8 finish. Despite MLG dropping Halo 4 after this event, the Suddoths built on this achievement at other events for Halo 4, with top 8 placings at AGL 5 Nashville and UMG Chicago, and top 6 placings at AGL 7 Knoxville and the 2014 Rooster Teeth Expo.
HCS Season 1
Noble Reality Check
With the release of Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Halo 2: Anniversary, and the launch of the Halo Championship Series, Reality Check continued with its momentum, picking up Cody "ContrA" Szczodrowski and Devon "PreDevoNator", gaining a sponsorship from Noble eSports and placing 7th at Iron Gaming Columbus 2014. After this event, Contra and Devon left, and were replaced by Casey "Sargoth" Current and Ryan "Shooter" Sondhi. This squad finished with a respectable 8th placing at UGC St. Louis 2015.
VexX Reality Check
Following UGC St. Louis, Shooter left the team, Reality Check lost the Noble sponsorship, and Sargoth left shortly after. Reality Check picked up Brad "iTz So Frosty" Bergstrom and Tomell "Very Nerdy" Day to fill the gaps. At some point before Gamers For Giving 2015, Reality Check picked up a sponsorship from VexX Gaming. At Gamers For Giving, VexX Reality Check was knocked out of the Winners Bracket early by Evil Geniuses. They then made a run through the Losers Bracket, defeating End Result, and upsetting 8th seed Noble Black. Reality Check then lost to Cloud9 in the following round, and closed the tournament out defeating Legendary in consolation, securing themselves a 7th place finish, but they did not qualify for the season finals.
HCS Season 2
Soon after Gamers For Giving, Frosty and Nerdy left, leaving Reality Check as a team of two with the Suddoths. To fill the holes, the Suddoths recruited two foreign players - Rob "Septic" Singleton from the UK, and Oguz "Burton" Ustuntas, from Canada. The new roster finished in the top 12 at Iron Games Atlanta 2015, being eliminated by Winterfox. Following Iron Games Atlanta, Burton left to rejoin his former team, leaving Reality Check looking for a fourth. They seemingly found that fourth in Josh "Tragic", whose move from Annex to Reality Check was announced on May 1. Despite the announced acquisition of Tragic, it was actually Thomas "Domey" Loffredo who played with them during HCS Cup #1. After the cup, Domey confirmed that he was officially a member of Reality Check. After six straight top 16 finishes, Reality Check finally entered the top 8 when they defeated Team Liquid in the round of 16 in Cup 7. They were unable to ride this momentum into HCS Indianapolis however, as they were defeated 2-0 by Team Liquid before being eliminated by Counter Logic Gaming for a top 12 finish.
- December 7, Reality Check announces that they have been signed by Noble eSports, with a roster of Suddoth 1, Suddoth 2, PreDevoNator and ContrA
- December 7, Noble Reality Check places top 8 in HCS Cup #1
- December 14, Noble Reality Check places 7th at Iron Games Columbus
- December 21, Noble Reality Check places top 128 in HCS Cup #2
- December 27, Noble Reality Check announces the departure of PreDevoNator and ContrA, and the acquisition of Sargoth and Shooter
- January 4, Noble Reality Check places 8th at UGC St. Louis
- January 11, Noble Reality Check places top 16 in HCS Cup #3
- January 25, Reality Check places top 64 in HCS Cup #4
- <February 1, Shooter parts ways with Reality Check
- <February 1, Noble eSports parts ways with Reality Check
- February 1, Reality Check places top 8 in HCS Cup #5
- <February 15, Sargoth parts ways with Reality Check, Itz So Frosty and Very Nerdy join
- February 15, Reality Check places top 16 in HCS Cup #7
- <February 22, Reality Check acquires a sponsorship from VexX Gaming
- February 22, Reality Check places 7th at Gamers For Giving
- February 27, iTz So Frosty declares his free agency on Twitter.
- February 28, Very Nerdy leaves.
- April 5, Suddoth1 confirms Septic and Burton joining.
- April 5, Reality Check places top 16 in Pre-Cup 1 with Domey subbing in for Septic.
- April 12, Reality Check places top 16 in Pre-Cup 2
- April 18, Reality Check places 9-12th at Iron Games Atlanta.
- April 23, Burton leaves.
- May 1, Tragic joins.
- May 10, Reality Check places 9-16th in HCS Cup #1 with Domey subbing in for Tragic.
- May 12, Domey joins. Tragic leaves.
- May 17, Reality Check places 9-16th in HCS Cup #2.
- May 24, Reality Check places 9-16th in HCS Cup #3.
- May 31, Reality Check places 9-16th in HCS Cup #4.
- June 7, Reality Check places 9-16th in HCS Cup #5.
- June 14, Reality Check places 9-16th in HCS Cup #6.
- June 21, Reality Check places 7-8th in HCS Cup #7.
- June 27, Reality Check places 9-12th at HCS Indianapolis.
- June 29, Septic leaves.
- December 16, Domey and Dramis leave.
|Septic||Rob Singleton||Team Dignitas|
|Burton||Oguz Ustuntas||End Result|
|Very Nerdy||Tomell Day||Annex|
|iTz So Frosty||Bradley Bergstrom||Velocity eSports|
|ContrA||Cody Szczodrowski||Noble Black|
|PreDevoNator||Devon Layton||Noble eSports|
|Elumnite||Marcus Lovejoy||Darkest Hour|
|Hoaxer||Emanuel Lovejoy||Fatal Ambition|
|ElamiteWarrior||Kyle Elam||OpTic Gaming|
|Domey||Thomas Loffredo||Team Orbit|