Suspector

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Ayden Hill
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August 1997
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Ayden "Suspector" Hill is an American player for Ronin Esports. He is well known for his time with Evil GeniusesTeam Allegiance, and Enigma6 Group.

Biography

Halo 4

Suspector began his professional career by attending AGL 5 Nashville as a member of Paragon getting 9th-12th with Tragic xoRage and bubu dubu. He and Tragic then joined Nemassist and WinntuR to form Cryptic for AGL 8 Knoxville where they finished 7th-8th. For the final Halo 4 event, RTX 2014, he and Tragic joined VwS Legendary with Sargoth Mikwen getting 5th-6th.

Halo 2 Anniversary

Suspector continued his career in H2A attending UGC St. Louis 2015 remaining on VwS Gaming. He was joined by Nemassist, Tragic and WinntuR reforming the old Cryptic roster for a 12th place finish. He and Nemassist then joined eL Town and Cratos to form Velocity for Gamers For Giving 2015 where he would again get a 9th-12 finish. Suspector and Velocity kicked off season 2 at Iron Games Atlanta 2015, placing 8th at the event.[1] After the event, the Velocity roster was acquired by Noble eSports. Noble finished in the top 8 at HCS Indianapolis, but it was not enough to qualify for the Finals.

Halo 5: Guardians

Shortly after the release of Halo 5, Suspector joined eLevate alongside RandaiTz So Frosty and UnLegit. The roster did not last long, and Suspector ended up leaving eLevate to join Crowd Pleasers alongside CratosPsylince and DoubleA for Iron Games Daytona 2015, where they placed in the top 8. In December, Suspector joined Team Allegiance alongside CratosNaded and eL TowN. The new roster dominated the Halo World Championship 2016 NA qualifier series, taking the highest seed in the NA Regional Finals. At the X Games Aspen 2016 invitational, Allegiance finished 3rd, earning Bronze Medals. At Regionals, Allegiance finished top 4, sweeping their pool and defeating Noble eSports but being upset by Denial eSports in the semifinals. Regardless, they qualified for Halo World Championship 2016. At Worlds, Allegiance suffered an early 3-0 loss to Team Liquid in their pool, crippling their chances of advancing far into the tournament. Nonetheless, they swept the remaining teams in their pool and upset Pool B winners Renegades in the quarterfinals, coming back from a 2-0 deficit in Game 3 Coliseum CTF, down 2-0 in the series, in the process, to win the series 3-2 in dramatic fashion. In the semifinals, Allegiance defeated Team eLevate 4-2, earning a trip to the finals to face the undefeated powerhouse Counter Logic Gaming. CLG mowed through Allegiance, taking the series 4-0 to be crowned Halo World Champions.

Shortly after Worlds, Suspector left Team Allegiance and joined Evil Geniuses alongside RoyLunchbox and Snip3down. The team qualified for the Summer Pro League at the PAX Invitational. At the conclusion of the season, EG sat in 5th place, not enough to qualify for Season Finals but enough to secure a spot in the Fall Season. After the season concluded, Suspector left EG to join Enigma6 Group alongside Cratosbubu dubu and StelluR. Their first (and only) event together was 2050 Chattanooga, where they took 1st place. Shortly afterwards, as the Fall Season of Pro League was kicking off, E6 and StelluR entered a contract dispute, which ultimately resulted in his departure from the team in early October and the return of Shooter. During the fallout from the StelluR incident, Enigma6 were fined 5% of their season earnings by ESL due to misconduct. The new roster's first event was HCS Orange County 2016, where they finished top 6, eliminated through losses to Team EnVyUs and Team Liquid. Their next event together was UGC St. Louis 2016, at which they had a much stronger showing, defeating Team Allegiance and Evil Geniuses en route to a finals loss against a hybrid Team EnVyUs/OpTic Gaming lineup. Enigma6 ultimately finished 7th with a 4-10 record, winning only one match after the departure of StelluR and facing Relegation. At HCS Las Vegas 2016, E6 finished top 8 after an upset loss to 3sUP - a team they would be meeting at Relegation. E6 chose to face 3sUP in Round 1 and took them out in a very close 4-3 series. In the following round, they defeated Team Allegiance 4-2, saving their spot in the Pro League.

On December 29th, during the offseason, Suspector left Enigma6 and joined the newly formed Problem Solvers alongside SpartanCommonly and Danoxide. On January 13th, the Problem Solvers roster was acquired by Team Allegiance, marking Suspector's return to the organization. The new roster's first event together was UGC St. Louis 2017, where they battled out of the Open Bracket to place top 8. After UGC, Allegiance dropped Danoxide and replaced him with TriPPPeY for ME Las Vegas 2017. In Vegas, Allegiance placed top 8, narrowly missing out on Halo World Championship 2017 qualification after a 4-2 loss to Danoxide's new team - Pnda Gaming.

The weekend after Worlds, Suspector and TriPPPeY joined forces with Naded and eL ToWn. This roster did not last long however, as Suspector ended up returning to Crowd Pleasers, this time alongside Cratos, Str8 SicK and Spartan. The team was then acquired by Ronin Esports. At UMG Daytona, Ronin finished 4th in its pool. After a win over Wise Gaming, they were swept by Team EnVyUs and sent to Losers, where they beat DoZe Esports before being eliminated by Str8 Rippin for a top 8 finish.


Extra Info

http://teambeyond.net/iron-games-atlanta-results/

Player Team History
Ronin
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May 2017
Latest Matches
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2-3
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14th July
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0-3
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15th June
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0-3
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1st June
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3-2
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25th May
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1-3
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12th May


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