|Team Location||United States|
|Affiliated Team(s)||New York Subliners|
|Social Media & Links|
Triumph is esports organization that currently fields an American team in the Call of Duty Challengers season.
- January 24, FeLo, Nagafen, Parzelion, Royalty, and Xotic join.
- February 1, Parzelion leaves.
- February 2 (approx.), Davpadie joins.
- March 2, Xotic leaves.
- March 7, Standy joins.
- April 3, Mochila (Head Coach) joins.
- July 10, Team becomes New York Subliners challengers affiliate. Censor is loaned from NY Subliners. Davpadie leaves.
- July 18, Diamondcon joins. Censor's loan from NY Subliners ends.
Players are shown for the entire duration of their tenure on the team, with the role and substitute/trainee status they had upon their departure.
|Censor||Doug Martin||Player |
|Jul 20202020-07-10||Jul 20202020-07-18||NY|
|Davpadie||David Maslowski||Player||≈Feb 2020≈2020-02-02||Jul 20202020-07-10||UYU|
|Xotic||John Bruno||Player||Jan 20202020-01-24||Mar 20202020-03-02||EG|
|Parzelion||Saul Masse-Siguenza||Player||Jan 20202020-01-24||Feb 20202020-02-01||InC|
|Mochila||Steve Canle||Head Coach|
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2020-01-26||17 - 24||Call of Duty Challengers Launch Weekend Open 2020||Nagafen • Royalty • FeLo • Xotic • Parzelion|
- July 10, Censor joins Triumph Gaming, the New York Subliners’ new Challengers team by Jalen Lopez on Dot Esports