eUnited is a North American team.
Black Ops 3
eUnited made their way into the Call of Duty scene by picking up Pacman, Whea7s, Ivy, and Burns for MLG Orlando, however found a disappointing 17-20th placing. Prior to the 2016 Call of Duty Championship, the team picked up Accuracy to replace the recently departed Burns. Burns rejoined as Head Coach after eUnited qualified for the Championship. Unfortunately, the team placed 17-24th at the final tournament of Black Ops 3.
Prior to the release of Infinite Warfare, Legal and SiLLY joined in place of the recently departed Whea7s and Ivy. Despite the change, the team found disappointing placings, taking home 7-8th at PlayStation Experience Invitational and 21-24th at CWL Las Vegas. Following these placings, eUnited went forward with a high risk roster change, dropping Pacman, Accuracy, and Legal in favour of Arcitys, Prestinni and Gunless, three amateur players that had an excellent showing at CWL Las Vegas. This roster began to turn heads with stellar performances in the online 2k tournaments, winning 2 out of the 4 that took place prior to CWL Atlanta.
eUnited proved all the naysayers wrong at CWL Atlanta, with a dominant 1st place victory, dropping only one series to OpTic Gaming in the Grand Finals, but winning the second Best of 5 to take home the win. Their performance cemented eUnited among the top teams, and heeded high expectations for the upcoming CWL Paris and CWL Dallas tournaments. Despite a 13-16th placing at CWL Paris, eUnited proved consistency in their skill, facing OpTic Gaming in another Grand Final. However, this time the Green Wall was successful, knocking eUnited down to 2nd place.
Following a 5-6th placing at GPL Stage 1, Gunless refused to play with his teammates. Rumours arose about his potential move to Luminosity, however this change never occured. With Gunless benched, eUnited picked up temporary substitute Swarley for CWL Anaheim, which resulted in a 9-12th placing. Shortly following the tournament, eUnited traded Gunless to FaZe Clan for veteran player, Clayster. The team showed promise, placing no lower than 4th in the 2k’s they played together, and doubled down on the expectations with a 3rd placing at GPL Stage 2. eUnited were considered potential favourites to win the 2017 Call of Duty Championship, however took home a 5-6th placing following elimination by Luminosity to end off the Infinite Warfare season.
World War II
eUnited was one of the few teams to keep their roster going into World War II. They took home a 5-6th placing after being eliminated by Team Kaliber and FaZe Clan. A week later, the team travelled to Montreal to compete in the Northern Arena Invitational, where they placed second behind a newly formed Luminosity.
- March 8, Simp joins as substitute.
- March 14, Simp leaves on loan to FC Black.
- March 19, Simp replaces JKap on active roster. JKap moved to substitute.
- April 2, Saint leaves. Faccento joins as coach.
- April 22, JKap leaves as substitute.
- April 23, Spoof joins as substitute.
- June 10, Respawn by Razer becomes a sponsor.
- June 21, Faccento replaces Spoof as substitute.
- July 21, Faccento leaves as substitute at end of CWL Pro League 2019.
- August 31, Arcitys leaves.
- September 1, Faccento leaves.
- August 4, eUnited founded. Pacman, Whea7s, Ivy, and Burns join.
- August 11, Pacman, Whea7s, Ivy, and Burns leave.
- August 29, Pacman, Whea7s, and Ivy rejoin. Accuracy joins. Burns rejoins as coach.
- September 10, Ivy and Whea7s leave.
- September 15, Legal and SiLLY join.
- December 23, Legal, Pacman and Accuracy leave.
- December 24, Prestinni, Arcitys and Gunless join.
Out On Loan
||Mar 2019 - Mar 2019
||Founder & CEO
||Creative Media Director
- The Ascent - 2019
- Bootcamp - 2019
- Pro League - 2018
- The Ascent - 2018
- Bootcamp - 2018
- The Ascent - 2017
- December 17, Reloaded by eUnited on YouTube
- May 2, Revival by eUnited on YouTube
- August 9, Triumph by eUnited on YouTube
- December 18, Dallas by eUnited on YouTube