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Team information
Location US
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Website Splyce.gg
ESL [{{{esl}}} Profile]
Sponsor(s) Turtle Beach
Scuf Gaming
Mountain Dew
YouTube Splyce
Facebook Splyce
Twitter Splyce
Created 2015
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Splyce is a multi-gaming North American organization, which as of December 14th 2018 is not currently competing in professional Halo.

For information about their League of Legends team check out their LoL Esportspedia page. For information about their Call of Duty team check out their CoD Esportspedia page.


On February 14th of 2017, Splyce created it's Halo division by acquiring the roster of Inconceivable, which consisted of: Jesse "bubu dubu" Moeller, Ryan "Shooter" Sondhi, Michael "Falcated" Garcia and Anthony "Shotzzy" Cuevas-Castro, alongside coach Phillip "Coach PhiL" Jones. The team started out strong despite not having a pro seed, and were highly anticipated, and for good reason. Due to their stellar performance they skipped Open Bracket for 2017 Worlds Qualification and were awarded the 8th seed in the Championship bracket.

Unfortunately, they were unable to guarantee worlds qualification and had to settle on a, still impressive, top 8 for Qualifiers. Having one last shot at the Last Chance Qualifiers for Worlds 2017 they had a rough start by being crushed by Team CryptiK. Defying odds, they continuously won through the Loser's Bracket and won themselves a rematch with Team CryptiK and finally won a hard fought match, redeeming themselves, and earning qualifications to enter the 2017 Worlds tournament. At Worlds they fought valiantly to take home the prize pool, and ended up placing with an admirable top 6 status.

On December 14th of 2018 Splyce announced that it would no longer compete in the Halo Championship Series.


  • 2018
  • 2017
  • December 14th, organization announces departure from HCS. [1]

Player Roster


Date Joined Player Real Name


Date Left Player New Team
2018/12 USA Shotzzy
2018/12 USA Renegade
2018/12 USA Eco
2018/12 USA StelluR
2017/11/13 USA bubu dubu Ambushlogo std.png Ambush
2017/11/13 USA Shooter Logo std2.png Tilted Towers


Tournament History


External Links


  1. Splyce's Tweet twitter.com