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Background Information
NameMax Rawal
Country of Birth
Social Media & Links
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Team History
??? 2013 - ??? 2014, 2007 - 2009End Resultlogo std.pngEnd Result
??? 2009 - ??? 2010Logo std.pngDbA
??? 2010 - ??? 2012Logo std.pngGlory

Max MaD MaX Rawal is a Canadian halo player best known for his time on End Result and his FFA prowess.


Halo 2

MaD MaX first stormed onto the scene at MLG Canada 2007 with an impressive 2nd place finish in the free for all event as well as finishing 6th in the 4v4 competition as a member of End Result.

Halo 3

He continued where he left off in 2007 with the launch of Halo 3. He attended MLG Toronto 2008 with End Result getting top 16 with Moniz, DARKscorpion and Gilkey. He and End Result also represented Canada at WCG 2008 where they won the entire tournament defeating America and France on route to the championship with teammates DARKscorpion, Lowkin and YungCity.

Max and End Result represented Canada once again in 2009, this time in 2v2 competition at the Pan Am Games with DARKscorpion where they again took home 1st place.

Halo Reach

Max continued to play competitively in 2011 attending Anaheim as a member of Glory getting top 32 with Vitality, Nairfy and CurCurCurtis.


  • Max was actually born in New Delhi, India and moved to Toronto Canada at age 9
  • Due to his success representing Canada internationally he was sponsored by Samsung and became an ambassador for Virgin Gaming.

Team and Tournament History

Game Event Place Team Teammates
Script error: The function "game" does not exist. MLG Toronto 2008 13th-16th End Resultlogo std.pngEnd Result DARKscorpionGilkeyMoniz
Script error: The function "game" does not exist. MLG Anaheim 2011 28th-32nd Logo std.pngGlory CurCurCurtisNairfyVitality

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