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Team Information
Org LocationNorth America North America
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SponsorCS:GO Lit Sector Six
CreatedMay 17, 2014
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Velocity eSports is a North American esports organization. The team was founded by Matthew "RESTACKZ" Sim in 2014 and currently owned by Carter Musgrave.


HCS Season 1

Velocity did not attend Iron Games Columbus. Their first event for season 1 was UGC St. Louis, with a roster of James "Arbin" Cooke, Rob "RobTheTurtle" O' Connor, Brad "CreepyTrash" McKee and Chance "MoNsTcR" Duncan. They took top 16 at the event.

Velocity released CreepyTrash for Visal "eL ToWn" Monnahan and played in two HCS Cups, placing top 16, and top 8. They then announced that MoNsTcR had been released for Chris "Blaze" Chapon. Within one week of the new roster practicing, Blaze was released and replaced by Ayden "Suspector" Hill. Following this, Arbin and RobTheTurtle were released and they were replaced by Carlos "Cratos" Ayala and Kyle "Nemassist" Kubina.

At Gamers For Giving 2015, Velocity faced off against 8th seeded Noble Black in their second round match. They were defeated 2-0, sending them to the Losers Bracket early. In the Losers Bracket, Velocity managed three straight sweeps against Goats R Us, iSo Essence, and Scorched Halo, securing themselves a top 12 placing. They then faced off against the 5th seeded Cloud9 for top 8. During a close standoff on Shrine, the team used a unique boost to get on top of their base which got a lot of attention in the Halo community. Velocity would be swept 3-0 in the series to finish top 12. Despite the impressive showing, it was not enough to earn Velocity a top 8 seed, so their season ended at Gamers For Giving.

HCS Season 2

Following Gamers For Giving, eL ToWn expressed displeasure on social media regarding his teammates, leading to his removal from Velocity. Shortly after TowN's departure, Velocity announced the signing of Bradley "iTz So Frosty" Bergstrom. However, this would not last, as they soon after replaced Frosty with Garrett "Lifestyle" Miller. They soon placed top 16 in both of the preseason cups, earning themselves the 10th seed. At Iron Games Atlanta 2015, Velocity started off strong, upsetting Noble Black 2-1 before being swept 3-0 by Evil Geniuses. In the losers bracket, they swept eLevate 3-0 and were swept 3-0 by Cloud9. They lost to Noble Black in a consolation rematch to end their tournament with an 8th placing.[1] The following week, it was announced that Velocity's Halo team had left the organization, and that Velocity was seeking a new team to sponsor.[2] On April 26, Velocity acquired the former End Result roster of Kyle "Krizen" Smithers, Oguz "Burton" Ustuntas and Kevin "DARKscorpion" Garcia. This was short-lived however, as the roster disbanded soon after forming. On May 14, Velocity announced a new roster including a returning Burton as captain, alongside former SyA members Justin "Calm Mentality" Mozingo, Jer "JeRawockee" Pac and Chris "Blaze" Chapon, as well as former Noble Black coach Justin "YosH" Theriault. As Velocity did not acquire SyA seedholder Dewbron, they do not retain SyA's HCS points and seed. On June 17, Matthew "RESTACKZ" Sim retires and Burton, Calm Mentality, JeRawockee, Blaze and YosH leave.

Halo World Championship

On November 1, Carter Musgrave takes ownership of Velocity eSports in search of a new Halo roster to represent Velocity in the Halo World Championship event. On November 18, Shane "Posey xR" Posey, Tony "Eccentrik" Garofalo, Cody "JuicyFruit" Brock, and Tyler "TireIron" Mara join. December 13, Eccentrik is released and replaced with Ezekiel "Prototype" Martinez. December 15, Velocity decides to release their full roster of Posey xR, Prototype, JuicyFruit, and TireIron for disclosed reasons. On January 6, Velocity announced a new roster on Twitter consisting of "Levy","Scaryotic" , "Danoxide" and "Kaotic Fours". On January 10, "Levy","Scaryotic" , "Danoxide" and "Kaotic Fours" disband.





Player Roster


ID Name Position

Levy Player

Scaryotic Player

Danoxide Player

Kaotic Fours Player


ID Name Next Team

Levy Player

Scaryotic Player

Danoxide Player

Kaotic Fours Player

Posey xR Shane Posey Player Dream Teamlogo std.pngDream Team

Prototype Ezekiel Martinez Player Dream Teamlogo std.pngDream Team

TireIron Tyler Mara Player Dream Teamlogo std.pngDream Team

JuicyFruit Cody Brock Player Dream Teamlogo std.pngDream Team

EccentriK Tony Garofalo Player

Burton Oguz Ustuntas Fatal Ambitionlogo std.pngFatal Ambition

Calm Mentality Justin Mozingo Fatal Ambitionlogo std.pngFatal Ambition

Blaze Chris Chapon Fatal Ambitionlogo std.pngFatal Ambition

DARKscorpion Kevin Garcia

Krizen Kyle Smithers

Cratos Carlos Ayala Team Allegiancelogo std.pngTeam Allegiance

Lifestyle Garrett Miller

Suspector Ayden Hill Team Allegiancelogo std.pngTeam Allegiance

Nemassist Kyle Kubina Elevatelogo std.pngElevate

iTz So Frosty Bradley Bergstrom Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.pngCounter Logic Gaming

eL ToWn Visal Mohanan Team Allegiancelogo std.pngTeam Allegiance

RobTheTurtle Rob O' Connor

Arbin James Cooke

MoNsTcR Chance Duncan

CreepyTrash Brad McKee


ID Name Position

Carter Musgrave {{{1}}}

RESTACKZ Matthew Sim {{{1}}}

Tournament History

End Date Game Place Prize Event Players (Coach)
April 17-19 2015 Halo 2a logo.png A88 Iron Games Atlanta 2015 CratosSuspectorNemassistLifestyle
February 21-22 2015 Halo 2a logo.png A99 - 12 Gamers For Giving 2015 CratosSuspectorNemassisteL ToWnLevy
January 2-4 2015 Halo 2a logo.png B313 - 16 $200 UGC St. Louis 2015 ArbinRobTheTurtleMoNsTcRCreepyTrash

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