|Divisions||Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, CrossFire, Rainbow Six Siege, Rocket League, and fighting games|
United States (HQ) |
Europe (Rocket League)
Flipside Tactics (stylized as FlipSid3 Tactics) is an American eSports organization, with teams competing in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Halo, fighting games, StarCraft II, Rocket League. The organization formerly had a team competing in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege and Dota 2. Former professional football player Ricky Lumpkin is a co-owner of the team.
|wayLander||Jan Peter Rahkonen||2016-06-20|
Bold denotes a CS:GO Major
- 9–12th — DreamHack Winter 2014
- 13–16th — ESL One Katowice 2015
- 1st — CIS Championship Voronezh
- 9–12th — ESL One Cologne 2015
- 3rd-4th — Electronic Sports World Cup 2015
- 13–16th — DreamHack Open Cluj-Napoca 2015
- 13–16th — MLG Major Championship: Columbus
- 5-8th — ESL One Cologne 2016
- 11-14th — ELEAGUE Season 1
- 5-8th — StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 2
- 5-6th — DreamHack Winter 2016
- 1st — DreamHack Leipzig 2017
- 15-16th — ELEAGUE Major 2017 
- 9-11th — PGL 2017 Kraków Major Championship 
This section needs to be updated.(October 2017)
In 2015, Flipside acquired the roster from the team Teamy Weamy. On August 7, 2016, Flipside lost to iBUYPOWER Cosmic in the very first Rocket League Championship Series finals, placing second. Shortly after Michael "M1k3Rules" Costello left the team and was subsequently replaced by Marius "gReazymeister" Ranheim from Northern Gaming. On December 4, 2016, Flipside defeated Mockit Aces to win the Rocket League Championship Series for Season 2.
Tournament results (major)
- 2nd — Rocket League Championship Series Season 1 Final
- 1st — Rocket League Championship Series Season 2 Final
- 5th — Rocket League Championship Series Season 3 Final
- 1st - DreamHack Summer 2017
- 5-6th — Rocket League Championship Series Season 4 Final
- 5-8th — DreamHack Open Leipzig
- 5-6th — Rocket League Championship Series Season 5 Final
The Flipside Tactics FGC team was founded in August 2015 by Chris "NinjaCW" Harris. NinjaCW died on October 9, 2016. He was replaced by Matthew "Glitch" Testini as the new manager on October 28, 2016.
|alucarD||Antwan Ortiz||Street Fighter V||2015-07-18|
|LuCkyL0oPz||Allan Paris||Dead or Alive 5: Last Round||2015-08-05|
|Sleep||Darnell Waller||Killer Instinct||2015-08-15|
|Brolynho||Thomas Proença||Street Fighter V||2016-10-28|
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- Alambeigi, Alena. "Game community mourns death of Christopher 'NinjaCW' Harris". Mashable. Retrieved 2016-10-23.
- Fischer, Annabelle. "Flipsid3 Tactics sign Brolynho, add new FGC manager". TheScore eSports. Retrieved 2016-10-29.