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Noble eSports
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Team Information
Org LocationUnited States United States
Region
NA
 North America
Sponsor(s)AlphaDraft
Twitch
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KontrolFreek
Leet
Skin Change
Battle Buddy Apparel
Full Gear
History
Created2014-06-06
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Noble eSports is a defunct Call of Duty team.

History

Call of Duty: Ghosts

Noble entered the competitive Call of Duty scene in June of 2014, right around the time of the MLG X Games Invitational. Going into UMG Dallas, they split into two teams, Noble.Black consisting of Baker, TcM, Gucci, and Lawless, and Noble.VanQuish consisting of SlasheR, Sender, Chino, and Miyagi. Going into the MLG CoD League Season 3 Playoffs, Noble had some high expectations because after taking Team eLevate's league spot since they obtained eLevate's 0-8 record and still qualified for the Playoffs. They did not disappoint, starting off with a 3-1 vs. Rise Nation and following up with a 3-1 against Denial to find themselves in the Championship Winners Bracket Finals vs. Team EnVyUs. They fell short, losing 1-3, and afterwards defeated Most Wanted eSports in an intense Game 5 S&D to face EnVyUs again, now in the Grand Final. Unfortunately they were up against a momentum-driven EnVy, and lost the series 3-0. They exited Call of Duty: Ghosts with a 2nd place finish, their best placing of the season.

Advanced Warfare

In the early stages of the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, and a few weeks before into Season 1 of the AW MLG CoD league, Noble released their roster of Sender, Miyagi, SlasheR, Chino and replaced them with 2 players from OpTic Nation, KiLLa and MiRx, as well as Parasite from FaZe Clan. With having three of the four Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 world champions, they searched for someone to fill Karma's shoes. After a few days of pick-up scrimmages, it was announced that StuDyy would join them complete the roster. However after a few days of poor online placings, Parasite announced his release from the team due to personal issues with the players. Spacely left Most Wanted eSports to join them and complete the Noble roster that would attend MLG Columbus. They started in open bracket, eventually gaining a spot in pool play, and finally finishing lower in their pool to enter the Championship Loser's bracket. Noble played 2 Bo5's before getting eliminated from the tournament with a T12 placing. Roughly 2 weeks later, Noble sold their rights to their season 1 spot. Team eLevate was the surprising buyer after selling their spot to Noble in the previous title Call of Duty: Ghosts during Season 3 of the MLG CoD League.

Timeline

Player Roster

Active

Former

C ID Name Role Next Team Joined Left
United States Chino Martin Chino 65AR Slayer Rise Nationlogo std.pngRise Nation
United States SlasheR Austin Liddicoat 65AR Slayer FaZe Clanlogo std.pngFaZe Clan
United States Miyagi Danny Ho 51Slayer Automatic Reloadlogo std.pngAutomatic Reload
United States Sender Troy Michaels 51Slayer Aware Gaminglogo std.pngAware Gaming
United States Baker Brett Baker 50Objective Aware Gaminglogo std.pngAware Gaming
United States Lawless Ryan Lawless 51Slayer Logo std.pngeXcellence Gaming
United States TcM Teegan McCathy 51Slayer Aware Gaminglogo std.pngAware Gaming
United States StuDyy Jeremy Astacio 53AR Support Logo std.pngTeam eLevate
United States KiLLa Adam Sloss 50Objective Logo std.pngTeam eLevate
United States MiRx Marcus Carter 59SMG Slayer Logo std.pngTeam eLevate
United States Spacely Michael Schmale 54SMG Support Logo std.pngTeam eLevate

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Current

Team Achievements

Recent Tournament Results (View All)
GameDatePlacePrizeEventRoster
GameIcon AW.png2014-11-30B313 - 16MLGlogo small.png MLG Columbus Open 2014 KiLLa •   MiRx •   StuDyy •   Spacely
GameIcon Ghosts.png2014-10-26A22$ 15,000MLGlogo small.png MLG CoD League Season 3 Playoffs Sender •   Chino •   Miyagi •   SlasheR

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