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Excel Esports
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Team Information
Org Location
United Kingdom
SponsorJD Sports
Beyond NRG
Social Media & Links
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Excel Esports is a British team. Their name was previously stylised exceL eSports


Halo 5: Guardians

exceL eSports entered the Halo scene on December 5, 2015, announcing a roster of Liam "Havoc" Peck, Conor "VexZeus" Scally, Kyle "CreepeazY" Thompson and Casey "Lunny" Lunn. A few weeks later, they announced their coach - Leuis "Prsma" Charles. 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. 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. In prior weeks, the team had successfully qualified for the Pro League as Hmmmm. After a 0-2 start to the season, Morguh left the team and was replaced by Ryan "Batchford" Batchelor. The acquisition of Batchford lead to moderate improvement, with the team taking a 4-0 win over Divine Domination, but they finished in fifth, not high enough to qualify for DreamHack Atlanta.

On September 8, exceL announced its new roster, consisting of Arkel "Snakey" Brown, Andrew "Ramirez" Corrigan, Michael "Snipedrone" Juchau, Hamzah "Phlux" Nackvi and coach Xavier "Xavi" Spiller. The team performed strongly over the Fall 2017 EU Circuit, finishing first, second and third in the three online cups (only one of which took place following exceL's acquisition of the roster). At Gfinity London, the second seeded exceL were upset by the sixth seeded Supremacy in the Winners Semifinals. In their first Elimination match, exceL lost 3-2 to Vexed Gaming, going home with a top six finish and no DreamHack Denver seed. exceL were able to turn things around the following week, winning the LCQ with a 4-1 victory over Endpoint in the Finals, earning themselves the #2 seed in the Denver Open Bracket. Things looked bleak to start when exceL were swept in the very first round by Radiant Esports, but the team won six consecutive matches against American teams to earn a spot in the Championship Bracket. In the Championship Bracket, exceL were swept right off the bat again, this time by OpTic Gaming. In the Elimination Bracket, they were taken out by Supremacy once again, taking a top sixteen finish overall.


  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017

Player Roster



PlayerRoleJoinedLeftNext Team

PhluxHamzah NackviPlayerSep 20172017-09-08Nov 20172017-11-01Myztro Gaminglogo std.pngMyz

RamirezAndrew CorriganPlayerSep 20172017-09-08Nov 20172017-11-01Myztro Gaminglogo std.pngMyz

SnakeyArkel BrownPlayerSep 20172017-09-08Nov 20172017-11-01Mazer Gaminglogo std.pngMAZ

SnipedroneMichael JuchauPlayerSep 20172017-09-08Nov 20172017-11-01Vexed Gaminglogo std.pngVEX

BatchfordRyan BatchelorPlayerJun 20172017-06-15≈Jul 2017≈2017-07-??Myztro Gaminglogo std.pngMyz

ShadyShady ZerPlayerMay 20172017-05-30Jul 20172017-07-01Cartellogo std.pngCRTL

WarLordStuart GrahamPlayerMay 20172017-05-30Jul 20172017-07-01Mock-it Esportslogo std.pngMOCK

ZhuhMorgan BowerPlayerMay 20172017-05-30Jul 20172017-07-01Team Twistedlogo std.pngTWIS

MorguhPeter BrusseePlayerMay 20172017-05-30Jun 20172017-06-14Vexed Gaminglogo std.pngVEX

FlamezDaniel Marc YoungPlayerFeb 20172017-02-03Feb 20172017-02-12Mazer Gaminglogo std.pngMAZ

HavocLiam PeckPlayerFeb 20172017-02-01Feb 20172017-02-12Mock-it Esportslogo std.pngMOCK

RiotzMax CottlePlayerFeb 20172017-02-01≈Feb 2017≈2017-02-??Vexed Gaminglogo std.pngVEX

WarLordStuart GrahamPlayerFeb 20172017-02-01Feb 20172017-02-12Logo std.pngHMMM

CreepeazYKyle ThompsonPlayerFeb 20172017-02-01≈Feb 2017≈2017-02-??None

CreepeazYKyle ThompsonPlayerJan 20162016-01-19Apr 20162016-04-01Excel Esportslogo std.pngXL

RiotzMax CottlePlayer≈Jan 2016≈2016-01-19≈Apr 2016≈2016-04-??Dinosaurslogo std.pngDIN

SnakeyArkel BrownPlayer≈Dec 2015≈2015-12-18≈Apr 2016≈2016-04-??Online Warriorslogo std.pngOW

LunnyCasey LunnPlayerDec 20152015-12-05Apr 20162016-04-01Realist Tinslogo std.pngRT

HavocLiam PeckPlayerDec 20152015-12-05≈Jan 2016≈2016-01-19Team infusedlogo std.pnginfs

CreepeazYKyle ThompsonPlayerDec 20152015-12-05Dec 20152015-12-18Excel Esportslogo std.pngXL

VexZeusConor ScallyPlayerDec 20152015-12-05Dec 20152015-12-18Dinosaurslogo std.pngDIN



C ID Name Position

Team Achievements

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Minimum place
Tournament tier
Excel Esports Tournament Results - Show Prize as (LocalUSDEuros)
2017-10-2213 - 16$1,000$ 1,000$1,000 HCS Pro League Fall 2017 Finals Snipedrone •  Ramirez •  Phlux •  Snakey
2017-10-011 HCS Open Circuit Europe Fall 2017 Last Chance Qualifier Ramirez •  Snipedrone •  Snakey •  Phlux
2017-09-175 - 6$1,000$ 1,000$1,000 Gfinity London 2017 Snakey •  Snipedrone •  Phlux •  Ramirez
2017-09-103 - 4$312$ 312$312 HCS Open Circuit Europe Fall 2017 Open Cup 3 Ramirez •  Snipedrone •  Snakey •  Phlux
2017-09-031$780$ 780$780 HCS Open Circuit Europe Fall 2017 Open Cup 2 Ramirez •  Snipedrone •  Snakey •  Phlux
2017-08-271$780$ 780$780 HCS Open Circuit Europe Fall 2017 Open Cup 1 Ramirez •  Snipedrone •  Snakey •  Phlux
2017-06-225$4,500$ 4,500$4,500 HCS Pro League Europe Summer 2017 Regular Season Zhuh •  Shaady •  Batchford •  WarLord
2017-02-197 - 8 Halo World Championship 2017 Europe Regional Finals Riotz •  Havoc •  Flamez •  WarLord
2017-02-125 - 8 Halo World Championship 2017 Europe Qualifier 3 Riotz •  Havoc •  Flamez •  WarLord
2017-02-052$250$ 250$250 Halo World Championship 2017 Europe Qualifier 2 Riotz •  Havoc •  Flamez •  WarLord
Total Prize:USD 8,622



External Links


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 exceL's Tweet twitter.com
  2. exceL's Tweet twitter.com
  3. Vexed's Tweet twitter.com
  4. 4.0 4.1 exceL's Tweet twitter.com
  5. Halo Roster Announcement twitter.com