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Redoxide

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Redoxide
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Background Information
Name: Bradley Aldred
Country of Birth: Australia Australia
Birthday: October 1, 1996
Competitive
Team: Burrito eSports
Role: Hunter
Favorite Gods:     
Social Media and Links
Livestream: redoxide
Twitter: TridentRedoxide
Team History
Dec 2014 - Jan 2015TKamlogo std.png Team Kamikaze
Jan 2015 - Apr 2015Tridentlogo std.png Trident Esports
Apr 2015 - Aug 2015TKamlogo std.png Team Kamikaze
Aug 2015 - Jan 2016SYFlogo std.png SYF Gaming
Feb 2016 - Mar 2016Ranchlogo std.png RanchSquad
Mar 2016 - PresentBRTgglogo std.png Burrito eSports

Bradley "Redoxide" Aldred is an Australian SMITE player. He is currently playing hunter for Burrito eSports.

Biography

Redoxide's first game was Age of Empires with the game that really got him into gaming being Halo. When the OCE SMITE servers were being tested, he played ADCs a lot to see how it compared to playing them on NA. When Redoxide defeated Gruffdogga in ranked, he was asked to join his team Team Kamikaze.

Redoxide played for Trident Esports until the roster left to re-form Team Kamikaze in April 2015. He competed in SPL Season 2 OCE Invitational Ladder and the OCE Pro League. He stayed on the lineup when it was acquired by SYF Gaming in August 2015.[1]

Trivia

  • His nickname comes from redox, a chemistry term for reduction oxidation reactions. He added "ide" so it ends in "oxide", making it a double chemistry reference
  • Red is his favourite colour
  • He is a football (soccer) fan
  • He watches a lot of Youtube and Twitch
  • He is currently learning programming
  • His favorite game aside from SMITE is Skyrim

Team and Tournament History

Date Place Event Team Teammates
2015-10-31 A33rd   SPL Season 2 OCE Regionals   SYF Gaming LiquidRenegadeMagneTiDivineTWIST247
2015-09-06 A44th   SPL Season 2 OCE Pro League   SYF Gaming LiquidRenegadeMagneTiDivineTWIST247

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