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Quadios
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Background Information
NameKieran Rose
Country of BirthUnited Kingdom United Kingdom
BirthdayAugust 7, 1996 (age 23)
Residency
EU
 Europe
Competitive
RolePlayer
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Team History
Jun 2016 - Jul 2016
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Logo std.pngThe Meme Team
Sep 2016 - Dec 2016
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Logo std.pngEgoed
Feb 2017 - Feb 2017
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Epsilon eSportslogo std.pngEpsilon eSports
Jun 2017 - Jul 2017
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Team infusedlogo std.pngTeam infused
Aug 2017 - ??? 2018
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Vexedlogo std.pngVexed
??? 2018 - ??? 2018
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Radiant Esportslogo std.pngRadiant Esports
??? 2018 - ??? 2018
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OutCold Gaminglogo std.pngOutCold Gaming
Kieran "Quadios" Rose was previously a player for OutCold Gaming. He is also known for his time with teams such as Team Infused and Epsilon eSports.

Biography

Halo 5: Guardians

Quadios began competing early in Halo 5, starting off on Diversity alongside Yatessj, GG x GHoSTzZ and Fidei. The team failed to make it to the EMEA Regional Finals for Halo World Championship 2016.

Looking to qualify for the inaugural Pro League season, Quad joined Diversity alongside SHERZY 1, Mike and Dec. The team was unsuccessful in their attempts to qualify for the league. Quad finally found his stride a few weeks later, joining The Meme Team alongside A Sneaky Walrus, LooneyDogzz and Zhuh. The team immediately solidified itself as a top-3 team in the Summer Open Circuit and ultimately came within one match of qualifying for Relegation.

Quad and Zhuh left The Meme Team shortly after the beginning of the Fall Open Circuit to join Egoed alongside Morguh and Simplay. Like last season, Quad's team established itself as a top 3 contender in the Open Circuit. This time, they were successful in their bid to qualify for Relegation, finishing 2nd in the Open Circuit Finals. Egoed very nearly became a pro team in Relegation, narrowly defeating VwS Gaming in the opening round but falling to BitterSweet in their first qualifying match and VwS in the Losers Finals.

Egoed disbanded shortly after failing to qualify and Quad soon found himself on Avada Kedavra alongside VexZeus, Snipedrone and Doodle in a bid to qualify for Halo World Championship 2017. After establishing themselves as a top amateur squad, Avada were picked up by Epsilon eSports. At Gfinity London, Epsilon finished in the top 6, failing to qualify but winning a small cash prize. In a final bid to qualify for Worlds, Quad joined Best Routers EU alongside Batchford, Riotz and Morguh. The team finished 2nd in the Last Chance Qualifier, narrowly missing out on a trip to Worlds.

Late in May, Quad joined Team Infused alongside Kimbo, Batchford and Snakey, finally landing himself on a team with a pro seed and having a chance to compete in the Summer Pro League. Despite a 2-0 start to the season, Batchford was dropped, replaced by Respectful. With Respectful on board, Infused finished first in the season with a nearly perfect record, dropping only one map with the new roster over three matches and qualifying for a spot in the Championship Bracket at DreamHack Atlanta. In Atlanta, Infused were able to beat European rivals Vexed Gaming, but could not put a dent in the two American squads they faced - Splyce and Evil Geniuses, falling 3-0 to both teams and finishing in the top twelve.

During the offseason, Quadios left Infused to join Vexed Gaming alongside Riotz, Lunny and Qristola. After top three finishes in two of the three Fall 2017 Circuit cups, Vexed attended Gfinity London 2017, where they finished third, beating exceL eSports and Endpoint but losing twice to Supremacy. The finish was strong enough to qualify Vexed for the Open Bracket at DreamHack Denver. In Denver, Vexed took the Open Bracket by storm, dropping only one map on their way into the top sixteen. They started the Championship Bracket off questionably with a 3-0 loss to Evil Geniuses, but turned things around with a 3-0 victory over Radiant Esports. In the second Elimination round, it was not an American team that beat Vexed, but European rivals Team Infused, who sent them home with a top twelve finish.

During the lead-up to Halo World Championship 2018 season, Qristola left Vexed and was replaced by Snipedrone. Vexed were impressive early in the Halo World Championship 2018 season, ultimately going into MLG Orlando as the #2 team in Europe. After finishing third in their group, Vexed defeated Mentality Esports to secure top twelve before being eliminated by Str8 Rippin in a sweep. The following week, Vexed attended Gfinity London, where they finished second to Team Infused, qualifying for Worlds.

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