|Manager(s)||Tony "Viper" Thomas|
|Sponsor(s)||Plantronics Gaming |
Formerly known as EternLGaming, Integral Nation is one of the more well known organizations within the competitive side of the Call of Duty franchise, within Australia. Established in 2012 by Tony "Viper" Thomas and David "Potter" Potter with the aspiration of becoming a Call of Duty competitive team, they are now much more than that. Viper and Potter had been running the team for two years before uploading their first video to YouTube in 2014. Making a name for themselves as well as Integral, the two and their organisation now have two (2) very successful Call of Duty teams.
The Rise of Integral Nation
Integral Nation’s first competitive team established in 2012 with Call of Duty: Black 2 being the game of choice. EternLGaming (as it were known back then) would go on to place consistently, but not at LAN that year. With NadeZ, SnaiL, Viro and Viper on the team, they began winning online tournaments all year, and were the number 1 CyberGamer open division team from Australia for Call of Duty.
Upon gaining a second team, both EternLAU and EternLNZ placed respectively into top eight positions throughout various CyberGamer competitions and ladders. After two players left EternLNZ, the organisation decided to part ways with them, leaving only the EternLAU squad.
New Game, New Name, New Players
Late 2013 Call of Duty: Ghosts came out, and with Potter taking time off to focus on family and the addition of James 'MilBoss' Milburn to the staff team, EternLGaming re-branded and became Integral Nation. Through this new name of the organisation, both Viper and MilBoss looked at building a better team to replace the under-performing EternLAU. They recruited Roufix and Ruiz to add to the roster already consisting of Viper and Excel, and named themselves Integral.Vengeance (Integral.VG). Viper later decided that he would retire from playing and focus on the management of the organisation. This left the team looking for one more member, and this spot was filled with Stubs. During this player change, Integral acquired two new Australian teams called Integral.Myth and Integral.Australia (Integral.AU).
One Had to Go
After a few months of continuously poor performances, and due to a lack of motivation to play any Call of Duty, Viper had to make the call to release the Integral.VG team from the organisation. This left Myth and Australia still in the organisation, with room to navigate if the management team wanted to add a new team. Soon after this, the management team decided to release Jetsy from the Myth roster, as he was not able to commit enough time to the game, and gave him the job of producing video content for the organisation's YouTube channel: IntegralNationTV.
Currently, Integral Nation is a thriving, multi-national, professional gaming organisation with teams competing in not only Call of Duty, but also Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Dota 2. They have been consistently placing and are working on big projects that will benefit the whole community, including large scale online tournaments and leagues.
- November 13th, New SEA roster announced featuring GaLvZ, Jericho, Inaki, Aveen and Kush 
- November 21st, GaLvZiLLa leaves 
- November 27th, citing "unfortunate roster changes causing a difference in vision between the team and organisation", Call of Duty roster is released and an announcement for a new roster is teased 
- November 28th, new lineup announced; Rusty, Lucks, Crazje Baturi, and Sutoh. 
|Alias||Name||Primary Role||Next Team|
|Lucks||Brody Preston||Victrix Esports|
|Jetsy||Jackson de Broughe||Anchor||Retired|
|Chilean||Billie-Jake Parra||Slayer||Trident Esports|
|Damage||Hayden Handakas||Slayer||Trident Esports|
|Fate||Jake Fitzpatrick||Slayer||Tainted Minds|
|Zeuss||Rene Corpoaal||Slayer||Team Immunity|