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3sUP (also known as 3sUP Enterprises) is an American esports organization.
Halo 5: Guardians
3sUP entered the Halo scene on July 10, 2016, acquiring the OnlyGoodOnline roster of Chance MoNsTcR Duncan, Zeke Prototype Martinez, Ian Chaser Contorelli and Gilbert MuNoZ Muñoz. The team went into the Open Circuit Finals as the #3 seed, needing a top 2 finish to qualify for the Pro League Relegation tournament. Narrowly missing out on qualification in the Winners' Finals, losing a 4-3 series to Denial eSports, 3sUP's next chance was the Losers' Finals against Team eLevate, who they had beaten earlier in the tournament. Unfortunately, 3sUP were disqualified due to network issues.
Looking towards the Fall Open Circuit, 3sUP made a roster change on September 17, replacing Chaser with Abel Rammyy Garcia of Denial. After a start to the Open Circuit that had them leading the standings, 3sUP attended its first LAN event - HCS Orange County 2016. They went undefeated in the Open Bracket, earning a spot in the Open Circuit Finals at HCS Las Vegas 2016. In the Championship Bracket, they lost a 5 game series to Enigma6 Group, sending them to Losers early. They swept fellow Open Circuit team Solstice, but were in turn swept by another Open Circuit rival - Most Wanted, taking a top 8 finish as a result. Over the following weeks, the safely qualified 3sUP had varied results in the Open Circuit cups, winning one and placing as low as top 8 in another. This culminated in a team change on November 15, as they released MuNoZ and brought in Jonathan Renegade Willette. In the Open Circuit Finals at HCS Las Vegas 2016, 3sUP made a statement, dropping only a single game (to BitterSweet) en route to qualifying for Relegation. In the main tournament portion of the event, 3sUP continued to turn heads, taking out Dynasty, BitterSweet and Pro League team Enigma6 Group before only being eliminated by another Pro League team - Team Allegiance - in a close 5 game series - for a top 6 finish. At Relegation, 3sUP were narrowly defeated 4-3 by Enigma6 Group in the opening match. This meant they needed to win their next two matches to qualify. They defeated The MoneyMatches Team handily, but could not get past Team Allegiance, who ended their Pro League hopes for 2016.
After their disappointing loss at Relegations, 3sUP turned their attention towards the Esports Minor League, which they had qualified for prior to HCS Vegas. In January, 3sUP vacated ownership of their Halo roster, leaving the roster unsigned by any esports/gaming organization. The roster began competing under the name TBD.
|Claim||Donald Valdez||Player||Mar 20172017-03-06||Mar 20172017-03-13||x6|
|MoNsTcR||Chance Duncan||Player||Feb 20172017-02-25||Mar 20172017-03-13||ELV|
|Nemassist||Kyle Kubina||Player||Feb 20172017-02-25||Mar 20172017-03-13||TBD|
|Rammyy||Abel Garcia||Player||Feb 20172017-02-25||Mar 20172017-03-13||TAKE|
|PreDevoNatoR||Devon Layton||Player||Feb 20172017-02-25||Mar 20172017-03-06||BROW|
|Rammyy||Abel Garcia||Player||Sep 20162016-09-17||≈Jan 2017≈2017-01-12||3sUP|
|MoNsTcR||Chance Duncan||Player||Jul 20162016-07-10||≈Jan 2017≈2017-01-12||3sUP|
|Renegade||Jonathan Willette||Player||Nov 20162016-11-15||Jan 20172017-01-11||Str8|
|MuNoZ||Gilbert Muñoz||Player||Jul 20162016-07-10||Nov 20162016-11-15||DoZe|
|Chaser||Ian Contorelli||Player||Jul 20162016-07-10||Sep 20162016-09-17||CONT|
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