Denial eSports

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Denial eSports
Denial eSports logo.png
Divisions Call of Duty
Halo
Heroes of the Storm
League of Legends
Smite
Overwatch
Paladins
Founded 2014
Location United States
Owner Robby Rignalda
Robert Bowling
Manager Robby "Ringokid" Ringnalda (CEO)
Partners OPSEAT
META Threads
Razer
Twitch [1]
Website Official Website

Denial eSports, also referred to as the Wolf Pack, is a North American eSports organization. They are most known for The Call of Duty team being 2015 reigning world champions, having won the Call of Duty Championship 2015.[citation needed]

Ex-Infinity Ward development lead Robert Bowling bought the team on January 14, 2016.[1]

Since September 2017, the organization has been inactive and their website unreachable due to issues with paying players and staff.

Call of Duty[edit]

Tournament results[edit]

2015[edit]

Heroes of Newerth[edit]

Denial's Heroes of Newerth squad got 2nd at DreamHack Winter 2013 with a squad of Pontus "Zlapped" Mähler, David "Probusk" Busk, Dennis "Flensmeister" Brofalk, Micke "m`ICKe" Nguyen, Son "VnSensation" Nguyen.

Fighting game players[edit]

Current players[edit]

Attach Clayster Jkap Karma

Former players[edit]

Paladins[edit]

Former Players

  • Zach "Shadeey" Shades" Gilbert - Damage
  • Steven "Awry" Michalec - Support
  • Chris "Bitey" Mohn - Flex + Captain
  • David "Stolzey" Mathis - Damage
  • Noah "W1fL" Mathis - Tank
  • "PrinceDannyTv" - Flank
  • Bryce "Vex30" K (will remember last name later) - Support
  • Greg "Alternit" Panek - Sub + Coach

References[edit]

Preceded by
compLexity Gaming
Call of Duty Championship winner
2015
Succeeded by
to be determined

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