Matt Pryor
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Matt is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University. He appreciates all esports titles but primarily focuses on Fortnite and Call of Duty. Matt continuously analyzes gameplay and plays the games himself to better understand in-game decisions by the best players in the world.

Shopify Rebellion Enters Halo Infinite With Retired Gears Of War & Call Of Duty Pros

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North American esports organization Shopify Rebellion has officially entered the Halo Championship Series (HCS) with a blend of veteran gamers.

Shopify Rebellion currently sponsors teams in Rocket League, Valorant and StarCraft IIโ€”and its latest move brings the organization into competitive Halo Infinite. Their roster consists of three Gears of War legends and a Call of Duty veteran. While unconventional, the four players have competed in one tournament thus far with promising results. Their future looks promising in the HCS.

Rebellion Roster Reveal

The organization took to Twitter with its Halo roster reveal. Following their top-16 finish in last weekโ€™s HCS Open, Rebellions secured Chance โ€œMauxโ€ Moncivaez, Billy โ€œMentaLโ€ Putnam, Brian โ€œSoLuRsโ€ Valenzuela and Gilbert โ€œXplosiveโ€ Rojo.

MentaL, SoLuRs and Xplosive recently retired from competitive Gears of Warโ€”a title they dominated for quite some time earning several victories. All three have undoubtedly secured a spot in the Gears of War hall-of-fame. Now, they turn from a third-person shooter to Halo Infinite, where they hope to find success.

Joining them is retired Call of Duty professional player Maux. A former member of the Florida Mutineersโ€”Maux competed in COD tournaments from 2015 until his release from the Los Angeles Guerillas and subsequent retirement just last year. He brings a veteran presence and experience in a different first-person shooter to the table with three decorated esports competitors.

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Halo Infinite is Booming

Shopify Rebellions are merely the latest esports brand to enlist in the Halo Championship Series. Others such as Built By Gamers, XSET and Complexity Gaming joined in the early going, and all three possess formidable rosters. Rebellions hope to see its roster of historical talents find success in a game thatโ€™s trending incredibly.

Weโ€™ll have to see how Xplosive, MentaL, SoLuRs and Maux fare in a profoundly competitive Halo Infinite field.

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