Enigma6 Group announced on Twitter that they have joined the Halo eSports scene by picking up Cuyler “Huke” Garland, Jesse “bubu dubu” Moeller, Carlos “Cratos” Ayala and Ryan “Shooter” Sondhi.
This comes after Huke and bubu dubu placed 3-4th at Halo World Championships with Denial eSports. The duo was later released by Denial on April 9, due to wanting to pursue other opportunities. Huke is no stranger to E6, having previously been part of their Call of Duty Youth Team.
We would like to welcome @carlosayalajr @HukeFPS @bubudubu @shooterhcs to Enigma6 Group! Halo here we come! #E6ARMY
We have decided to release @HukeFPS and @bubudubu to fulfill their wishes as players. And continue onward with @CntrA and @AvPred #wolfpack
Cratos is also a major name in Halo eSports, having earned a 2nd place finish at HWC with Team Allegiance. He left the team soon after due to disputes with the organization.
@HukeFPS and @bubudubu wanted to pursue other opportunities. Our goal is not to hold players back. We wish them luck. #wolfpack
Shooter was previously with Winterfox, who did not qualify for HWC due to a 9-16th placing at HWC 2016 NA Regional Finals. Cratos and Shooter joined up together as free agents because they teamed together in the past. This newfound team will certainly have high expectations due to their well-known players and recent individual successes.
I was told we could only stick with one player after Worlds and that’s El Town. Back stabbing did not occur. We will make a longer post soon
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