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ExceL eSports
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Region Europe
Location United Kingdom
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exceL eSports is a UK-based esports organization that fields teams in games such as Call of Duty, FIFA, Counter Strike and League of Legends.


Halo 5: Guardians

exceL eSports entered the Halo scene on December 5th, 2015, announcing a roster of Liam "Havoc" Peck, Conor "VexZeus" Scally, Kyle "CreepeazY" Thompson and Casey "Lunny" Lunn.[1] A few weeks later, they announced their coach - Leuis "Prsma" Charles.[2] Prior to the beginning of the Halo World Championship 2016 qualifying series, CreepeazY and VexZeus were replaced by Liam "GodShot" Healy and Arkel "Snakey" Brown. In four straight qualifiers, exceL finished in the top 4, which was enough to qualify them for the Gfinity London 2016 event. At the event, exceL finished 4th, just short of qualifying for the EMEA Regional Finals. As a result, exceL made team changes, replacing Havoc and GodShot with Max "Riotz" Cottle and a returning "CreepeazY". The new roster took 1st place in the Last Chance Qualifier, successfully qualifying for Regionals. At Regionals, exceL went on a run, first winning their pool before sweeping Team Vitality to qualify themselves for Worlds and then taking a 4-1 victory over FAB Games eSports to earn a spot in the Finals. In the Finals, exceL were swept 4-0 by Team Infused. At Worlds, exceL were unable to advance from the group stage, defeating only Chosen Squad and finishing top 16 overall. The roster was quietly released in the following weeks.

exceL made its return to Halo on February 1, 2017, announcing a roster of three returning players - "Riotz", "Havoc" and "CreepeazY" alongside Stuart "WarLord" Graham.[3] CreepeazY was quickly replaced by Daniel "Flamez" Marc-Young. After finishing in the top 8 at Gfinity London 2017 and failing to earn a spot at Halo World Championship 2017, exceL quietly disbanded.

exceL returned to Halo a little over three months later, bringing back WarLord alongside his new teammates Peter "Morguh" Brussee, Morgan "Zhuh" Bower and Shady "Shady" Zer during the lead-up to the HCS Pro League.[4] In prior weeks, the team had successfully qualified for the Pro League as Hmmmm.


  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015




ID Name Position
Netherlands Morguh Peter Brussee Player
United Kingdom Zhuh Morgan Bower Player
United Kingdom WarLord Stuart Graham Player
France Shady Shady Zer Player


ID Name Next Team
United Kingdom Flamez Daniel Marc-Young Logo std2.png We Know the Secret
United Kingdom Havoc Liam Peck
United Kingdom Riotz Max Cottle Ladlogo std.png The Lads
United Kingdom CreepeazY Kyle Thompson
United Kingdom Snakey Arkel Brown Logo std2.png Online Warriors
United Kingdom Lunny Casey Lunn OneGlogo std.png One Gaming eSports
United Kingdom GodShot Liam Healy Logo std2.png Pick Up
Republic of Ireland VexZeus Conor Scally Logo std2.png Last Second



Tournament History

End Date Game Place Prize Event Players (Coach)
February 19, 2016 Halo 5 logo.png A77 - 8th - Gfinity London 2017 RiotzHavocWarLordFlamez
March 20, 2016 Halo 5 logo.png A99 - 16th $25,000 Halo World Championship 2016 LunnySnakeyRiotzCreepeazY
February 7, 2016 Halo 5 logo.png A22nd $15,000 HWC EMEA Regional Finals 2016 CreepeazYLunnySnakeyRiotz
January 17, 2016 Halo 5 logo.png A44th - HWC UK Finals 2016 HavocLunnySnakeyGodshot



Highlight Videos


See Also


External Links


  1. Halo: exceL Announces First Halo Roster - excelesports.esportsify.com
  2. Prsma's tweet - twitter.com
  3. 3.0 3.1 exceL's tweet - twitter.com
  4. 4.0 4.1 exceL eSports' tweet - twitter.com

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