TOX Gaming

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TOX Gaming
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Team Information
Org LocationUnited States United States
Team LocationUnited States United States
Region
NA
 North America
Head CoachChris "Royal1" Fiorante
SponsorTeam Beyond
ASTRO Gaming
GameStop
Razor MD
REV/XP
Glassy Sunhaters
History
Created2018-03-08
Disbanded2020-02-17
Social Media & Links
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TOX Gaming is an American team. Under Counter Logic Gaming and OpTic Gaming, the TOX roster became the longest tenured roster in competitive Halo history and won the first two Halo World Championships.

History

Halo 5: Guardians

On March 8, 2018, OpTic Gaming unexpectedly announced the release of its two-time World Champion Halo roster consisting of Paul "SnakeBite" Duarte, Mathew "Royal2" Fiorante, Bradley "Frosty" Bergstrom, and Tony "LethuL" Campbell, Jr. with coach Chris "Royal1" Fiorante. At the time, the team was already the longest-tenured roster in competitive Halo history.

Rather than joining another organization, the legendary team took a sponsorship from ASTRO Gaming and Team Beyond, attending MLG Columbus as Tox. In Columbus, things started out well for Tox as they won their pool with ease, swept Str8 Rippin, and took out Orlando champions Splyce in the winners semifinals. This was followed by a win over Team Reciprocity which put them in the finals against Splyce. Splyce got their revenge, defeating Tox 4-0 and 4-1 to take their second straight event over Tox/OpTic.

Over the course of the next month, Tox rebranded into TOX Gaming, with multiple sponsors including GameStop jumping on board. At Worlds, TOX won their pool over Renegades before taking out Elevate 4-1 and Team Reciprocity 4-2. In the Winners Finals, TOX were again soundly defeated by Splyce, this time 4-1. In a high-stakes match-up against Team EnVyUs, TOX were able to pull through in a game seven to earn one last shot at stealing the season from Splyce and keep their Championship streak going. There was no miracle however, and TOX were soundly defeated 4-0 by the dominant Splyce roster, taking second place at Worlds for the first time.

Timeline

  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020

Player Roster

Active

Former

Dates:Approx|Exact
PlayerNameRoleJoinedLeftNext Team
NA
United StatesaPGBradley Laws Player≈Dec 2019≈2019-12-??Feb 20202020-02-17Sentinelslogo std.pngSEN
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United StatesLethuLTony Campbell Jr. PlayerMar 20182018-03-08Feb 20202020-02-17Sentinelslogo std.pngSEN
NA
CanadaRoyal1Chris Fiorante PlayerFeb 20202020-02-17Sentinelslogo std.pngSEN
NA
CanadaRoyal2Mathew Fiorante PlayerJan 20192019-01-25Feb 20202020-02-17Sentinelslogo std.pngSEN
NA
United StatesSnakeBitePaul Duarte PlayerMar 20182018-03-08Feb 20202020-02-17Sentinelslogo std.pngSEN
NA
United StatesEcoKevin Smith Player≈Dec 2019≈2019-12-??Jan 20192019-01-25Falling Esportslogo std.pngFALL
NA
United StatesFrostyBradley Bergstrom PlayerMar 20182018-03-08≈Nov 2019≈2019-11-??Falling Esportslogo std.pngFALL
NA
CanadaRoyal 2Mathew Fiorante PlayerMar 20182018-03-08Nov 20182018-11-20TOX Gaminglogo std.pngTOX

Organization

Current

C ID Name Position

Royal1 Chris Fiorante Player

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