ERa Eternity is a North American esports organization.
Halo 5: Guardians
eRa made its entry into the Halo scene on May 8, 2017, announcing a roster of Commonly, Prototype, BabyJ, and Randa. Going into UMG Daytona as the #1 amateur team, eRa breezed through the Open Bracket. In their first Championship Bracket match, they lost a 3-1 series to Evil Geniuses and beat Empowered before being eliminated in a 3-0 loss to Str8 Rippin for top 12. After sitting out the first three weeks of the Summer 2017 Open Circuit, eRa replaced Randa with Cratos, recently released from pro team Ronin Esports. Also brought on board was Cratos's close friend and frequent coach ShowTime. After a third place finish in the $5,000 Legendary Cup, eRa replaced Prototype with Sabinater for DreamHack Atlanta. Although they failed to earn a Pro League spot, eRa finished in the top six after impressive victories over Oxygen Supremacy and Cratos's former team Ronin Esports. Despite the strong finish, eRa disbanded after Atlanta, with only Cratos remaining in the organization.
On October 5, eRa announced its new roster for the Fall Season, bringing in Musa, Str8 SicK, and Neptune to fill out the roster.