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Team Infused is a European esports organization that fields teams in games such as Halo 5, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Gears of War.
Team Infused was founded in December 2005. Since then, they have grown to become one of the top esports organizations in Europe. Their fans identify themselves using the hashtag #RedArmy.
Infused's first foray into the Halo scene came in 2011, when they fielded a lineup of Jack "Baxter" Baxter, Jack "BlackJack" Lewis, Alex "BUK 20" Buck and Matthew "Pistol" Peat. The roster attended Multiplay Insomnia 43, where they finished 2nd, falling to Team Dignitas in the finals. BUK 20 left after Insomnia, and Infused picked up Stefan "MVP" Djordjevic in his place. At EGL 4 London, Infused again fell to Dignitas in the finals. Infused disbanded after this event.
Infused returned to Halo in 2014, fielding a roster of the returning BUK 20 alongside Eddie "Reaction" Leck, Ed "Vard" Burrows and Xavier "Xavi" Spiller-Cameron at Multiplay Insomnia 52's Halo 3 tournament. They finished 2nd, losing to VwS Gaming in the finals.
Halo 2: Anniversary
Following i52, Xavi was replaced by Brandon "Respectful" Stones. At Multiplay Insomnia 53, Infused finished 3rd. A week later at the Gfinity Halo 2: Anniversary LAN Championship, Infused finished in the top 4. The roster disbanded shortly after.
Halo World Championship 2016
On October 1st, 2015, Team Infused announced its first lineup for Halo 5 - Jake "Chalkie" White, Perry "TuFoxy" Kenyon, Max "Riotz" Cottle and Andrew "Ramirez" Corrigan, a roster well known for its time under Supremacy and TCM Gaming. Their first tournament was Multiplay Insomnia 56, where they finished 2nd, losing to Epsilon eSports in the finals. Following Insomnia, Riotz left the team and was replaced by the returning BlackJack.
On January 17th, Infused qualified for the EMEA Regional Finals by placing 3rd at the Gfinity UK Finals. They made their berth in the biggest ever EU Halo event count, defeating Epsilon and exceL eSports en route to taking 1st place and securing the first EU seed in Halo World Championship 2016. This was Infused's first major Halo tournament win. At Worlds, Infused went 1-2 in their group, narrowly defeating Team Exile5 and losing to Renegades and Evil Geniuses. This resulted in a top 16 finish for the squad. The team quietly disbanded following the event.
Infused returned to Halo 5 on May 26th, 2016, announcing the acquisition of the former Deception roster - Ryan "Batchford" Batchelor, Daniel "Doodle" Petersen, Hamzah "Phlux" Nackvi and Stuart "WarLord" Graham, with coach Steven "Outkast" Graham. The team had previously qualified for the HCS Pro League under the Deception name.
- January 3rd, 3rd - 4th place in UK Qualifier #2
- January 6th, 2nd place in UK Qualifier #3
- January 10th, 2nd place in UK Qualifier #4
- January 17th, 3rd place at HWC UK Finals 2016. Team qualifies for EMEA Regional Finals
- Februray 7rd, 1st place at EMEA Regional Finals. Team qualifies for Halo World Championship 2016
- March 19th, 9th - 16th place at Halo World Championship 2016.
- Team disbands. Chalkie, TuFoxy, Ramirez and BlackJack leave.
- May 26th, Deception roster acquired - Batchford, Doodle, Phlux, WarLord and coach Outkast join.
- BUK 20, Reaction, Vard and Xavi join.
- August 23rd, 2nd place at Multiplay Insomnia 52
- Xavi leaves.
- Respectful joins.
- November 23rd, 3rd place at Multiplay Insomnia 53
- November 30th, 3rd - 4th place at Gfinity Halo 2: Anniversary LAN Championship
- Team disbands. BUK 20, Reaction, Vard and Respectful leave.
|Doodle||Daniel Petersen||Havoc||HCS Pro League - Fall 2016 - Week 2, Match 2|
|WarLord||Stuart Graham||The Unwanted|
|BlackJack||Jack Lewis||V & D|
|Riotz||Max Cottle||exceL eSports|
|BUK 20||Alex Buck||Epsilon eSports|
|Respectful||Brandon Stones||Team Vibe|
|Vanq||Andrew Christoforou||CEO/Managing Director|