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Vortex (Stephen Allen)

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Vortex
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Background Information
NameStephen Allen
Country of BirthUnited Kingdom United Kingdom
Competitive
RoleSupport
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Team History
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IGIlogo std.png IGI eSportsDec 2014Feb 2015
Se7logo std.png Team Sereni7yMar 2015Apr 2015
EcHologo std.png EcHo GamingApr 2015May 2015
EXRTlogo std.png Exertus eSportsMay 2015Oct 2015
XLlogo std.png exceL eSportsOct 2015Nov 2015
Orbitlogo std.png Team Orbit UKNov 2015Dec 2015
BRGlogo std.png Barrage eSportsDec 2015Jan 2016
SPYlogo std.png SplyceJan 2016Apr 2016
EXRTlogo std.png Exertus eSportsApr 2016Aug 2016
FabElogo std.png FAB Games eSportsAug 2016Dec 2016
Epsilogo std.png Epsilon eSportsDec 2016Aug 2018
Imperiallogo std.png The ImperialNov 2018Jan 2019
LanZzlogo std.png LanZz GamingApr 2019Current

Stephen "Vortex" Allen is a player for LanZz Gaming.

Biography

Stephen Vortex Allen is a professional Call Of Duty player for Splyce from England. He has been competing for a number of years now however his first breakout year like so many was during Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare. Due to age restrictions he was unable to compete at the highest level however still posted top performances at non age restricted events including a notable 2nd at Am2Pro Omnia. With the turn of a new game & with age restrictions not effecting him he started Black Ops 3 looking very strong under Team Orbit however was unable to qualify originally in Cologne, Germany for the inaugural Call Of Duty World League for Europe. He returned home after suffering two losses out of two on LAN hoping to rectify the poor performance in Germany and qualify via the Online Qualifiers however was once again beaten meaning Orbit failed to qualify. Luckily however Splyce were in crisis whereby Reedy wanted to move to Epsilon eSports which made room for Vortex who had impressed.

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