5 July 2016 - 21:27

Is Rammyy a Big Time Player Just Yet?

Rammyy, one of the most talked about players in the amateur scene is well on his way to becoming a Pro Player but would he be a big time player when he gets there?
Halo Writer

Every once and awhile, new players emerge in the scene that seem to be a bit more talented and have more potential than others around them. These players are very rare but once they make their mark, they tend to leave a lasting legacy. Abel “Rammyy”Garcia is a young player who has quickly become a hot topic of discussion for many within the competitive scene. Being one of the four members of the dominant amateur team Denial Esports and having the privilege of subbing for teams such as Counter Logic Gaming and Team Allegiance, Rammyy is well on his way to becoming a professional player but is he a big time player just yet?


Recently we have seen several young players jump into the scene out of nowhere and do things no one ever thought was possible. While most players would crack under the pressure of competition, young players like Braedon “StelluR” Boettcher, Carlos “Cratos” Ayala, Jesse “bubu dubu” Moeller and many more have quickly adapted to the pro level competition and have done very well. With Rammyy being offered so many opportunities at an early stage and with so many pros having faith in him, I really wonder if Rammyy will follow the same footsteps as many of the young pros in the Pro League.


Rammyy is a player I knew well before he became known in the scene. I still remember back in the Halo 4 days when we would meet each other in random "8s lobbies" and that is when I quickly noticed his great talent. From the moment I started playing with him, I noticed that his talent was at a higher level than most of the other players we would play with, yet he would not receive the same recognition as most of the players we would play with at that time.

Having a very calm and relatively quiet personality, Rammyy was never the kind of player to force others to recognize him by talking trash. He knew what he was capable of doing and let his talent do the talking, which back in that time, really said a lot about your overall level of character.

As time went by, Rammyy would eventually do his own thing and after H4, I would never really hear about him, but now he is back and from what I see and hear from others, he seems to be at a completely different level than before. As years have gone by, he has matured as a player and he seems to not have the typical egotistical problems that plague many of the top prospects. This level of maturity and respect has given him opportunities others could only dream of and he has shown no signs of slowing down in progression. 

When it comes to his in-game performance, Rammyy seems to have the same smart but aggressive slaying style he had back in the day. Although he has become a lot smarter over the years, I still see him constantly slaying throughout the game, showing his great efficiency as a player.


Although he has yet to be truly tested since his team has not qualified for the Pro League, Rammyy has still gained a lot of valuable experience from subbing for teams, allowing us to see Rammyy in action with some of the top teams. With Rammyy performing so well against these top teams, I have to believe that if Rammyy were to get an opportunity to compete in the Pro League, he would be a big time player who would be a catalyst for his team's slaying ability.

What do you think about Rammyy being a big time player? Let me know in the comments section below. 

Image credits go to GAMURS, Halo eSports Wikis and Tech Times

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