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Noble eSports
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Team information
Location USA.png United States
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ESL [{{{esl}}} Profile]
Sponsor(s) Esportsify
Custom Config Inc.
Origin PC
Cinch Gaming
Livestream Streams
Facebook noblegamingtv
Twitter NobleProGaming
Sister Teams (Former): Noble Reality Check
Noble Black
Esportspedia Network: Call of Duty
Created 2014
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Noble eSports is an American esports organization. They've fielded teams in games such as Counter Strike: Global Offensive, Halo 5, League of Legends, Smite and World of Tanks.

Halo History

Halo 2: Anniversary

Noble's first Halo teams were fielded as Noble Reality Check and Noble Black.

On April 26th, 2015, Noble announced the acquisition of the former Velocity roster - Carlos "Cratos" Ayala, Ayden "Suspector" Hill, Garrett "LifeStyle" Miller and Kyle "Nemassist" Kubina.[1] After top 16 and top 8 finishes in the first two HCS cups of the season, Noble announced the release of Nemassist and the return of Cody "ContrA" Szczodrowski (who had formerly played on Noble Black) to the organization on April 18th.[2][3] After missing a cup, the new Noble roster made its HCS debut in Cup 3, finishing in the top 16. They missed the next cup and returned in Cup 5, placing a much better top 6. They missed Cup 6 and returned for Cup 7, placing top 6. This left them 50 points behind eXcellence Gaming in the battle for a finals spot. At HCS Indianapolis 2015, despite defeating and placing higher than eXcellence, Noble was unable to make up the point differential, ending their season with a top 8 finish while eXcellence qualified for the HCS Season 2 Finals.

Halo 5

On November 27, 2015, Noble announced their new roster - ContrA, "Rayne", Zane "Penguin" Hearon and Oliver "FilthyG" Gerlach.[4] This roster would not last long however. By the time the NA Qualifiers started, FilthyG had been replaced by Devon "PreDevoNatoR" Layton, who had previously played for Noble Black. After the first cup, ContrA and Devon left the team and were replaced by Alex "Swift Kill" Ramirez and Tyler "Calm Mentality" Mozingo. With the roster finalized, Noble qualified for the HWC 2016 NA Regional Finals as the 7th seed. At the Regionals, Noble went 2-1 in their pool, losing to Counter Logic Gaming but winning a highly anticipated match vs. eLevate. This qualified them for the Halo World Championship 2016. In the quarterfinals, Noble were defeated 3-1 by Team Allegiance, ending their night with a top 8 finish. Shortly after Regionals, the players on Noble's roster made their intentions to leave the organization clear. On March 2nd, they were confirmed to be joining eLevate.[5]


  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014



ID Name Next Team
USA Rayne Tim Tinkler ELvlogo std.png Team eLevate
USA Penguin Zane Hearon ELvlogo std.png Team eLevate
USA Swift Kill Alex Ramirez ELvlogo std.png Team eLevate
USA Calm Mentality Tyler Mozingo ELvlogo std.png Team eLevate
USA PreDevoNatoR Devon Logo std2.png Disobey
USA ContrA Cody Szczodrowski Logo std2.png Disobey
USA FilthyG Oliver
USA Cratos Carlos Ayala ALGlogo std.png Team Allegiance
USA LifeStyle Garrett Miller EXlogo std.png eXcellence Gaming
USA Suspector Ayden Hill ELvlogo std.png Team eLevate
USA Nemassist Kyle Kubina FTLlogo std.png Fatal Ambition



ID Name Role
USA Levy Levi Stump Coach
USA Brutus Paul Coach

Tournament History

End Date Game Place Prize Event Players (Coach)
February 21, 2016 Halo 5 logo.png A55 - 8th $2,500 HWC NA Regional Finals 2016 PenguinRayneCalmSwift Kill
June 28, 2015 Halo 2a logo.png A88th $1,000 HCS Indianapolis 2015 CratosContrALifeStyleSuspector

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