|Birthday||March 13th, 1990|
|??? 2012 - ??? 2014||Severance|
| ??? 2014 - Apr 2015
Nov 2015 - Apr 2016
|Aug 2015 - Nov 2015||iSolation eSports|
|Apr 2016 - Present||Soul eSports Red|
Gilbert "MuNoZ" Muñoz is a player for Soul eSports Red.
Gilbert "MuNoZ" Muñoz is from Wichita Falls, Texas. His first video games were Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo and Tekken 2-5.
A veteran of the scene the first even Munoz attended was MLG Dallas 2006 where he finished 20th in FFA. He also competed in the 4v4 part of the event, competing with Lvl 30 MLG where he managed to get 17th with teammates Bluefir3, LegendJRG and Hamster.
Munoz reappeared in the competitive scene alongside his current teammate Gabriel as a member of Severence. They would attend the Halo 4 Exhibition at MLG Dallas 2012 taking home 5th place. He then attended AGL 5 Nashville where they would finish in 3rd.
Halo 2 Anniversary
Becoming a member of eLevate in late 2014, Munoz attended the first LAN of 2015, UGC St. Louis, and secured 7th place. They improved slightly at Gamers For Giving 2015 taking home 6th place. Munoz and the eLevate squad closed out the season placing 7-8th at the PAX East 2015 finals.
eLevate made a roster change in the offseason, replacing Spartan with Str8 SicK. The new roster placed top 12 at Iron Games Atlanta 2015, and shortly after, Gabriel announced on Twitter that the eLevate roster was disbanding, making Munoz and his teammates free agents.
Munoz's first team in the offseason was iSolation eSports, but he would spend a very short time with the team, leaving to rejoin eLevate. Over the following weeks, Munoz formed a new team with Goofy, Nemassist and Str8 SicK. His teammates were officially picked up by eLevate on December 29th, making the new roster official. They eventually qualified for the HWC NA Regional Finals 2016 as the 10th seed. At Regionals, eLevate finished top 16, failing to qualify for Halo World Championship 2016.
- Controller setup: Recon, Inverted, Vibe
- Favorite version of Halo is .
- Enjoys fishing and hiking.
Team and Tournament History