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Vexed Gaming
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Team information
Region Europe
Location United Kingdom
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Sponsor(s) Ebuyer
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Created Jun 2017
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Vexed Gaming is an esports subsidiary of the gambling site eBettle, with teams in games such as Halo 5: Guardians and Counter Strike: Global Offensive.


Halo 5: Guardians

Vexed Gaming entered the Halo scene on June 14, 2017, acquiring #1 seeded European pro team The Lads, consisting of Luciano "Mose" Calvanico, Casey "Lunny" Lunn, Max "Riotz" Cottle and Peter "Morguh" Brussee.[1] Despite starting the Summer 2017 Pro League season off 2-0 prior to joining Vexed, the team struggled with the recently acquired Morguh replacing the departing Respectful. The new roster lost its remaining three matches of the season, ultimately finishing in fourth place, just enough for a spot in the DreamHack Atlanta Championship Bracket. In Atlanta, Vexed were beaten early by fellow European team Team Infused. In their first Elimination match, they were 3-0d by eRa Eternity and sent home with a top sixteen finish.

During the offseason, Vexed replaced the departing Mose and Morguh with Christopher "Qristola" O'Keeffe and Kieran "Quadios" Rose. After top three finishes in two of the three Fall 2017 Circuit cups, Vexed attended Gfinity London 2017, where they finished third, beating exceL eSports and Endpoint but losing twice to Supremacy. The finish was strong enough to qualify Vexed for the Open Bracket at DreamHack Denver. In Denver, Vexed took the Open Bracket by storm, dropping only one map on their way into the top sixteen. They started the Championship Bracket off questionably with a 3-0 loss to Evil Geniuses, but turned things around with a 3-0 victory over Radiant Esports. In the second Elimination round, it was not an American team that beat Vexed, but European rivals Team Infused, who sent them home with a top twelve finish.

During the offseason, Vexed parted ways with Qristola, bringing in Michael "Snipedrone" Juchau as his replacement.


  • 2018
  • 2017

Player Roster


ID Name Position
United Kingdom Riotz Max Cottle Player
United Kingdom Lunny Casey Lunn Player
United Kingdom Snipedrone Michael Juchau Player
United Kingdom Quad Kieran Rose Player


ID Name Next Team
Republic of Ireland Qristola Christopher O'Keeffe Logo std2.png Soaring
Netherlands Morguh Peter Brussee Logo std2.png Pace Making Pandas
Italy Mose Luciano Calvanico Infslogo std.png Team infused



Tournament History

End Date Game Place Prize Event Players (Coach)
October 22, 2017 Halo 5 logo.png A99 - 12th $2,500 DreamHack Denver 2017 RiotzLunnyQuadiosQristola
September 17, 2017 Halo 5 logo.png A33rd $4,000 Gfinity London 2017 RiotzLunnyQuadiosQristola
September 10, 2017 Halo 5 logo.png A22nd £468 HCS Open Circuit - Fall '17 OC #3 RiotzLunnyQuadiosQristola
September 3, 2017 Halo 5 logo.png A33rd £312 HCS Open Circuit - Fall '17 OC #2 RiotzLunnyQuadiosQristola
August 27, 2017 Halo 5 logo.png A99 - 12th - HCS Open Circuit - Fall '17 OC #1 RiotzLunnyQuadiosQristola
July 23, 2017 Halo 5 logo.png B313 - 16th $2,000 DreamHack Atlanta 2017 MoseRiotzLunnyMorguh
June 22, 2017 Halo 5 logo.png A44th $5,000 HCS Pro League - Summer 2017 Season MoseRiotzLunnyMorguh



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