|Country of Birth||United Kingdom|
|Team||Red Reserve EU|
|Team XENEX||Dec 2014||Feb 2015|
|Team Orbit||Mar 2015||Mar 2015|
|Barrage eSports||Apr 2015||May 2015|
|EcHo Gaming||May 2015||May 2015|
|Exertus eSports||May 2015||Aug 2015|
|Team Infused||Aug 2015||??? 2015|
|Exertus eSports||??? 2015||Oct 2015|
|exceL eSports||Oct 2015||Dec 2015|
|Red Reserve EU||Sep 2018||Mar 2019|
Ben "Bance" Bance is currently a free agent.
Ben "Bance" Bance is a competitive Call of Duty player in the United Kingdom. Ben Bance has risen as one of the top European players after some top performances at certain LAN events in Europe. Most notably placing 5-8th at ESWC 2015 beating OpTic 3-2 and taking Denial to last map. Bance and his team at the time under Barrage however didn't progress through the group stages despite these top performances.
Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare was truly the game where Bance became a household name within European eSports. Going into the game he was an unknown entity however impressed at his first LAN event at Insomnia 53 despite a fairly lowly placing. From this he was given the opportunity to join Team XENEX along with a number of upcoming players in the European scene. He attended the first Am2Pro in February of 2015 however only placed 6th which was low for the standards that they had set going into the event. Bance continued to grow as a player throughout the year. He went on to team with RusH, LXT and Urban on both Team Orbit.UK and Barrage eSports whereby they put in top performances at ESWC 2015 beating the mighty OpTic Gaming 3-2 and almost knocking out recent winners of Call Of Duty Championship Denial eSports. Bance went on to join Exertus eSports whereby they picked up a number of top LAN placements closing out Advanced Warfare. Bance won his first ever LAN event picking up for Barrage eSports at Insomnia 55 where they didn't drop a single map.
Black Ops 3
Bance announced that he would be teaming with Dominate, Reedy and Joshh under Splyce early December of 2015. They were invited to the Call Of Duty World League Qualifiers in Cologne, Germany. They went on to qualify however it was a tough ride only just beating FAB eSports 3-2 to qualify. Partly due to these performances change was needed to ensure they were competitive going into the Call Of Duty World League therefore both Reedy and Dominate left. Vortex and Hawqeh were brought in for the remainder of the season.
- Bance impressed at the first LAN Event in Europe for Advanced Warfare earning himself a spot on Xenex
- Bance after his top performances at Am2Pro earned the accolade of a Red Bull Rising Star