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|Birthday||September 3, 1994 (age 24)|
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Andrew Corrigan is from the United Kingdom.
Ramirez's long Halo career took flight in 2010 at the very first EGL event (then known as ECL), ECL 1 Blackpool. His team, How Many Prelans?, included JC, L3W and Impact. They took 10th place at the event.
Ramirez began to truly shine in Reach, placing 4th at his first event, ECL 2 Blackpool, alongside Korross, Dale and Fragby on team Royalty. Ramirez and Koross then joined the storied Team Dignitas alongside Riotz and Fuzion. They took 1st place at ECL 3 Loughborough and Insomnia 43. Korross was then replaced by Trojan, leading to another 1st place finish at EGL 4 London. Ramirez, Riotz and Fuzion decided to try their luck in America, where, alongside Reaction as apeX LINK, they competed at the MLG Providence National Championships, where they placed a respectable 13th. Ramirez returned to European competition at EGL 7 Blackpool, where, as a member of Total eSports Circuit alongside Baxter, Chalkie and Vard, he took 1st place. The same roster, now known as Uprising, took 2nd place at EGL 8 Manchester, falling to apeX Power in the Finals to close out Reach.
Ramirez returned to his winning ways to kick off European Halo 4, taking 1st place at the Reflex GT Winter 2013 as a member of High Society alongside Chalkie, Reaction and Fragby. Ramirez and Reaction then recruited TuFoxy and Fuzion for EGL 9 Blackpool, which would end up being the only EGL Halo 4 event. They took 2nd place. The European Halo 4 circuit then shifted primarily to Multiplay Insomnia events. Ramirez and Reaction recruited Riotz and a returning Chalkie for Insomnia 49, where they took 3rd. Reaction was then replaced by a returning TuFoxy for Insomnia 50, where they took 2nd.
Halo 2: Anniversary
To kick off H2A, Ramirez and the High Society squad reunited under the TCM Gaming banner. Their first event was the ESL Gamescom Showdown 2014, where they took 1st. They were the only European team invited to the PAX Prime Showdown 2014, where they placed 4th below only American pro teams. They were then invited to another American invitational - the ESL MCC Launch Invitational, where they placed top 8, below six American teams.
Despite their lack of success in the American invitationals, TCM Gaming returned to Europe as kings, taking 1st at both Insomnia 53 and the Gfinity Halo 2: Anniversary LAN Championship. Ramirez and Chalkie then shook the European foundation up, leaving the TCM squad to join Team Vibe alongside SeptiQ and BlackJack. They took 1st place at EGL Battle of Europe 2015, earning an invitation to the HCS Season 1 Finals as the wildcard seed. To enter the bracket, they would have to beat the 8th seeded Noble Black. They failed to do so, taking only one game. Noble went on to finish 3rd in the tournament.
Ramirez and Chalkie reunited the TCM Gaming lineup with TuFoxy and Riotz, this time under the Supremacy banner. Though the Halo 2: Anniversary European circuit was still on-going, they were invited to the Gamescom Invitational 2015 Halo 5 exhibition tournament. They took 2nd at the event, losing in the Finals to Epsilon eSports. At the final H2A event, Insomnia 55, Supremacy finished 3rd, losing to CAZ eSports in the Losers' finals after being knocked into Losers' by Epsilon.
Halo 5: Guardians
The Supremacy squad stuck together for the start of Halo 5, now under the banner of Team Infused. They continued to be unable to defeat Epsilon, taking 2nd place at Insomnia 56. Looking to qualifying for Halo World Championship 2016, Ramirez and Infused replaced Riotz with BlackJack and qualified for the EMEA Regional Finals by placing 3rd at the UK Finals. At Regionals, Infused pulled off the upset, defeating Epsilon in the Semifinals and taking 1st place to qualify for Worlds. At Worlds, Infused were unable to make it out of their pool, falling to the two American teams and finishing top 16.
After Worlds, Ramirez looked to qualify for the Summer 2016 HCS Pro League. After a failed attempt to qualify with the BUK twins and Riotz, Ramirez formed Realist Tins alongside Riotz, Speed and Lunny. This roster was able to qualify for the Pro League. After a poor start to the season, the squad replaced Speed with SeptiQ and soon after joined his organization - Team Vibe. Shortly after the arrival of SeptiQ, Ramirez left the team to join the higher ranked XMEN alongside Jimbo, Snipedrone and Chalkie. XMEN ended up finishing 3rd in the League. At the Season Finals, Ramirez and XMEN took 2nd, defeating his former team Vibe in the process.
After the Finals, Jimbo and Snipedrone left XMEN, leaving Ramirez and Chalkie to recruit Lunny and Anima for the Fall Season. In the midst of the season, XMEN were signed by VwS Gaming. Anima was then released and replaced by Riotz. VwS ultimately finished 5th in the standings and faced Relegation. At Relegation, they were defeated early by Egoed, but managed to defeat Prophecy and, in a rematch, Egoed to retain their pro status.
During the offseason, Ramirez and Lunny left VwS to join Team Vibe alongside SeptiQ and Batchford. On February 13th, Team Vibe was acquired by London Conspiracy. London Conspiracy looked to qualify for Halo World Championship 2017 with a top 2 finish at Gfinity London 2017, but were unable to after a 3-0 loss to Supremacy sent them home with a top 6 finish. After Gfinity London, Batchford left the team and was replaced by Qristola. The new roster was able to finish 1st in the Last Chance Qualifier and qualify for Worlds. At Worlds, London Conspiracy finished in the top 12 after losses to Luminosity Gaming, Team Liquid and TMMT Crowd Pleasers.
Following Worlds, Ramirez and Qristola parted ways with their teammates, eventually settling on Jimbo and Snipedrone as replacements. London Conspiracy stopped supporting their roster at this time, and the roster began competing in the Summer 2017 Pro League as Invictus. Invictus ultimately finished second in the season, with their only loss coming to Team Infused. This finish gave them a Championship Bracket seed at DreamHack Atlanta. Though victorious over Supremacy in their opening match, Invictus were swiftly swept by both American teams they faced at the event - OpTic Gaming and Ronin Esports, and Invictus went home with a top twelve finish.
Following Atlanta, Ramirez and Snipedrone replaced the departing Jimbo and Qristola with Phlux and Snakey. After placing highly in two of the EU Circuit cups, the team was signed by exceL eSports. After finishing third in the final open cup, exceL attended Gfinity London, where they finished a surprising top six after losses to Supremacy and Vexed Gaming. Still without a DreamHack Denver seed, exceL were able to win the LCQ and gain entry into the NA finals event. earning themselves the #2 seed in the Denver Open Bracket. After an inspiring Losers Bracket run following an early loss, exceL earned a spot in the Championship Bracket, where they lost back-to-back (to OpTic Gaming and Supremacy) and took a top sixteen finish.
Going into Halo World Championship 2018 season, Ramirez initially formed a team with Batchford, Snakey, and Morguhhh, which quickly saw Morguhhh and Snakey replaced by tuf0xy and Qristola. The new roster was signed by Myztro Gaming. Myztro went into MLG Orlando as the fourth ranked European team. Myztro were able to defeat eLevate 3-0 and gain access to the championship bracket, where they were swept by Mentality Esports in the first round and sent home in the top twenty. At Gfinity London the following week, Myztro swept Polaris Gaming to qualify for Worlds, ultimately finishing fourth after a loss to Fable Esports.
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|2016-02-07||1||$ 25,000||Halo World Championship 2016 EMEA Regional Finals||infs|
|2016-01-17||3||£ 2,000||Halo World Championship 2016 London Qualifier||infs|
|2015-12-13||2||£ 750||Multiplay Insomnia 56||infs|
|2015-08-30||3||£ 500||Multiplay Insomnia 55||Sy|
|2014-11-30||1||£ 1,000||Gfinity London 2014||TCM|
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