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Swift Kill

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Swift Kill
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Background Information
NameAlex Ramirez
Country of BirthUnited States United States
Residency
NA
 North America
Competitive
RolePlayer
Social Media & Links
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Team History
??? 2009 - ??? 2010
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LINK Secretlogo std.pngVictorious Secret
??? 2011 - ??? 2011
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Logo std.pngUoR Invictus
??? 2011 - ??? 2011
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LINK Secretlogo std.pngVictorious Secret
??? 2011 - ??? 2011
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LINK Secretlogo std.pngUoR Secret
??? 2011 - ??? 2011
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G4C Severancelogo std.pngSeverance
??? 2012 - ??? 2012
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??? 2014 - ??? 2015
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EX Blacklogo std.pngeX Black
??? 2015 - ??? 2015
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EXcellence Gaminglogo std.pngeXcellence Gaming
Dec 2015 - Jan 2016
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Kinetic Empirelogo std.pngKinetic Empire
Jan 2016 - Mar 2016
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Noble eSportslogo std.pngNoble eSports
Mar 2016 - May 2016
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Elevatelogo std.pngElevate
??? 2016 - Nov 2016
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Most Wantedlogo std.pngMost Wanted
Jul 2017 - Jul 2017
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Team Immunitylogo std.pngTeam Immunity
Jan 2019 - Jan 2019
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LINK Secretlogo std.pngVictorious Secret
Alex "Swift Kill" Ramirez was previously a player for Victorious Secret. He is most well known for his time with teams such as eLevate and Victorious Secret.

Biography

At Swift Kill's first local Halo 2 tournament, he met a semi-professional player named Striker. Striker introduced him to the world of professional Halo, and Swift Kill became infatuated with the concept after watching a broadcast of an MLG tournament on USA Network. He has since been competing sporadically.

Halo 2

Swift Kill started off his Halo career during the 2007 MLG season, attending MLG Charlotte 2007 and MLG Dallas 2007 as a member of teams Mirakle Whipppp and i SpY, respectively. His team did not make it to the Championship Bracket at either event.

Halo 3

Swift Kill returned to competitive Halo in 2009 as a founding member of Victorious Secret alongside Fugo, TuSick and Watch. Swift Kill had his first top 32 placing in Dallas. He returned at the MLG Orlando Championships 2009 as a member of Chief Bugs alongside VictuMM, iEli_X and Viip3, finishing 31st. For the 2010 season, Swift Kill returned to Victorious Secret. Alongside Fugo, Watch and Adrenaline, he achieved his highest placing yet, with an 18th place finish at MLG Orlando 2010. With ReVamp replacing Watch for the next event in Columbus, they finished 22nd. ReVamp was then replaced by Calm Mentality for MLG Raleigh 2010, leading to another 18th place finish. This would be Swift Kill's final Halo 3 event.

Halo: Reach

Swift Kill attended the MLG Dallas Reach Exhibition, again as a member of Victorious Secret, this time alongside Watch, Calm Mentality and Monix. They finished 3rd, solidifying themselves as players to look out for in the upcoming Reach season. At the Dallas kickoff event, Swift Kill played alongside Ninja, Calm and Watch as Invictus, taking his highest placing at a major event yet - 12th. At the next event in Columbus, Invictus changed its name back to Victorious Secret as Ninja was replaced with Reliable. VS took 8th place at this event, earning Swift Kill his first major top 8 finish. VS returned in Anaheim with Clutch replacing Watch for an 11th place finish. For Raleigh, the team's name was shortened to simply Secret as Totz and Batmayne joined the team in place of Clutch and Reliable. They took a disappointing 16th place. Swift Kill skipped the next event and returned at the MLG Providence Championships 2011 as a member of Severance alongside Brake, Shaffer and Viper. They finished 15th.

Halo 4

Swift Kill's only Halo 4 event was the MLG Fall Championship 2012, where he teamed with -TweaK, windyyy and ZildjiaN. They finished top 6, Swift Kill's highest major placing to date.

Halo 2: Anniversary

In 2014, Swift Kill returned to competitive Halo when he joined eXcellence Gaming's eX Black team alongside Coby, Wolfmayyne and UnLegit. They finished top 12 at their first event - Gamers For Giving 2015, failing to qualify for the season finals. After season 1, eX Black became simply eXcellence and Wolfmayyne was replaced by Spartan. They finished top 12 at the season 2 kickoff - Iron Games Atlanta 2015. This would be Swift Kill's last H2A event.

Halo 5: Guardians

Swift Kill was at one point on team Kinetic Empire alongside Blaze, Burton and Calm Mentality. This didn't last long however, as he and Calm soon left to join Noble eSports alongside Rayne and Penguin. Noble qualified for the NA Regional Finals as the 7th seed. At NA Regionals, Noble finished top 8, qualifying for Halo World Championship 2016. Between Regionals and Worlds, the Noble roster got into a dispute with the organization, resulting in the players leaving to join Team eLevate. At Worlds, eLevate won their group, sweeping Denial eSports in the process. They then defeated Epsilon eSports in the quarterfinals and lost to Team Allegiance in the semifinals, taking a top 4 finish.

Trivia

Achievements

Recent Tournament Results (View All)
GameDatePlacePrizeEventTeam
Halo 5 logo.png2016-11-200050065 - 6HCSlogo small.png HCS Open Circuit North America Fall 2016 FinalsMost Wantedlogo std.pngMW
Halo 5 logo.png2016-02-210050085 - 8$ 2,500HWC16logo small.png Halo World Championship 2016 North America Regional FinalsNoble eSportslogo std.pngNBL
Halo reach logo.png2010-11-070030003$ 2,000MLGlogo small.png MLG Dallas Championships Combine 2010LINK Secretlogo std.pngVS
Halo reach logo.png2010-10-170020002MLGlogo small.png MLG Washington, D.C. Combine 2010LINK Secretlogo std.pngVS
Halo 3 logo.png2010-07-250010001$ 2,000MLGlogo small.png MLG Denver Combine 2010LINK Secretlogo std.pngVS

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