|Birthday||July 1, 1993|
|2015-Apr 2015||Velocity eSports|
|Apr 2015 - 2015||Noble eSports|
|Dec 2015 - Mar 2016||Team Allegiance|
|Apr 2016 - Present||Enigma6 Group|
Carlos Ayala has been a competitive Halo player since 2009. His first event was MLG Meadowlands which he attended with a local squad.
Cratos begun his professional career in Halo Reach. He began by placing 4th at the MLG DC Combine as a member of Hot and Wild with Goatsi, Jumpman and Trigga. He then attended the MLG Dallas Championships 2010 with them getting 6th place.
He continued his career into Halo 4 getting 9-12th at the MLG Fall Championship 2012 as members of DGR Crowd Pleasers with teammates LifeStyle, ShowTime and Shooter. The same roster would attend AGL 5 Nashville getting 7th/8th using the name Crowd Pleasers]. He would compete under the ScarGang banner again, this time with Nemassist, ShowTime and SickStory getting 5th at AGL 6 Pittsburgh. AGL 7 Knoxville saw him and Nemassist reunite with his old teammates LifeStyle and Shooter to get 5th/6th again playing under the Crowd Pleasers name.
Halo 2 Anniversary
Cratos resumed his career in H2A at the UGC St. Louis 2015 event getting 13th with Predevinator Blaze and LifeStyle. He then joined Velocity for Gamers For Giving 2015 where he got 9-12th with Nemassist, eL Town and Suspector.
Cratos and Velocity kicked off season 2 at Iron Games Atlanta 2015, placing 8th at the event. Following the event, the Velocity roster was acquired by Noble eSports. After failing to qualify for the Season 2 finals, the Noble roster disbanded.
On December 6, 2015, Cratos joined Allegiance eSports alongside Naded, eL TowN and Suspector. The new roster dominated the Halo World Championship 2016 NA qualifier series, taking the highest seed in the NA Regional Finals. At the X Games Aspen 2016 invitational, Allegiance finished 3rd, earning Bronze Medals. At Regionals, Allegiance finished top 4, sweeping their group and defeating Noble eSports before being upset by Denial eSports in the semifinals. Regardless, they qualified for Halo World Championship 2016. At Worlds, Allegiance came out slow, losing 3-0 to Team Liquid in their group, but managed to make it out as the group runner-up. In the bracket, Allegiance narrowly defeated Renegades in a hotly contested series 3-2, before taking out eLevate in 6 games in the semifinals. In the finals, Cratos and Allegiance were defeated 4-0 by the powerhouse Counter Logic Gaming team, who ended their night with a 2nd place finish. Nonetheless, Allegiance took home a $500,000 prize from their placing. On March 22nd, Cratos announced on social media that he was looking for a team for Season 2. Shortly after, Allegiance's manager confirmed in a forum post that Cratos was no longer a part of the team.
- His name was derived from the main character of God of War (Kratos) spelling it with a C so it was more like his own name
Team and Tournament History