Realist Tins

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Realist Tins
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Team Information
Org LocationUnited Kingdom United Kingdom
Region
EU
 Europe
History
CreatedMay 2016
DisbandedJune 2016

Realist Tins (also known as Realest Tins) is a former European Halo team.

History

Halo 5: Guardians

Pro League

Realist Tins was formed in May 2016 by former Dinosaurs members Andrew "Ramirez" Corrigan and Max "Riotz" Cottle alongside former Movement member Casey "Lunny" Lunn and former FAB Games eSports member Maik "Speed" Dyck, with the intention of qualifying for the HCS Pro League. Their first opportunity to do so was the online Last Chance Qualifier, but they'd need to qualify for it by placing well in one of three Open Qualifiers. They managed to finish 2nd in the first qualifier, earning them a spot in the LCQ. Though they were knocked out of the Winners' Bracket by Deception, Realist Tins defeated Bens Coffee LADS in the Losers' Bracket to earn their spot in the Pro League. After going 0-2 in Week 1, Realist Tins made a roster change, replacing Speed with Rob "SeptiQ" Singleton.[1] Shortly after picking up SeptiQ, Realist Tins was acquired by the organization co-owned by SeptiQ - Team Vibe.[2]

Timeline

  • 2016

Player Roster

Former

ID Name Role Next Team
United Kingdom Ramirez Andrew Corrigan Team Vibelogo std.pngTeam Vibe
United Kingdom Riotz Max Cottle Team Vibelogo std.pngTeam Vibe
United Kingdom SeptiQ Rob Singleton Team Vibelogo std.pngTeam Vibe
United Kingdom Lunny Casey Lunn Team Vibelogo std.pngTeam Vibe

Former

ID Name Role Next Team
Germany Speed Maik Dyck
None

Tournament History

Media

Articles

Interviews

External Links

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 SeptiQ's tweet - twitter.com
  2. 2.0 2.1 Team Vibe's tweet - twitter.com