|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||August 18, 1997|
Ayden "Suspector" Hill is an American player for Evil Geniuses.
Suspector began his professional career by attending AGL 5 Nashville as a member of Paragon getting 9th-12th with Tragic xo, Rage and Bubu Dubu. He and Tragic then joined Nemassist and WinntuR to form Cryptic for AGL 8 Knoxville where they finished 7th-8th. For the final Halo 4 event, RTX 2014, he and Tragic joined VwS Legendary with Sargoth Mikwen getting 5th-6th.
Halo 2 Anniversary
Suspector continued his career in H2A attending UGC St. Louis 2015 remaining on VwS Gaming. He was joined by Nemassist, Tragic and WinntuR reforming the old Cryptic roster for a 12th place finish. He and Nemassist then joined eL Town and Cratos to form Velocity for Gamers For Giving 2015 where he would again get a 9th-12 finish. Suspector and Velocity kicked off season 2 at Iron Games Atlanta 2015, placing 8th at the event. After the event, the Velocity roster was acquired by Noble eSports. Noble finished in the top 8 at HCS Indianapolis, but it was not enough to qualify for the Finals.
Suspector spent a brief period of time on eLevate, but did not stay on the team long enough to compete in a tournament, leaving on December 5th to join Team Allegiance alongside Cratos, Naded and eL TowN. 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 pool and defeating Noble eSports but being upset by Denial eSports in the semifinals. Regardless, they qualified for Halo World Championship 2016. At Worlds, Allegiance suffered an early 3-0 loss to Team Liquid in their pool, crippling their chances of advancing far into the tournament. Nonetheless, they swept the remaining teams in their pool and upset Pool B winners Renegades in the quarterfinals, coming back from a 2-0 deficit in Game 3 Coliseum CTF, down 2-0 in the series, in the process, to win the series 3-2 in dramatic fashion. In the semifinals, Allegiance defeated Team eLevate 4-2, earning a trip to the finals to face the undefeated powerhouse Counter Logic Gaming. CLG mowed through Allegiance, taking the series 4-0 to be crowned Halo World Champions.
Team and Tournament History