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Abel "Rammyy" Garcia is a Halo esports player, previously a player for Victorious Secret. Since rising to prominence in 2016, he has played for teams such as 3sUP, Denial Esports, and his signature team, French Toast Mafia.
Halo 5: Guardians
Rammyy broke out onto the scene during the early stages of HCS Pro League qualification. He found himself on the iconic Str8 Rippin alongside Tsquared, Domey and Shazam. Unfortunately, the team was unable to secure a spot in the League, and folded shortly after being formed. Rammyy then formed French Toast Mafia alongside Cpt Anarchy, Squalleye and V t3ct9. Finishing only top 6 in the Last Chance Qualifier, French Toast Mafia's hopes of Pro League qualification were squashed. Looking onward to the Fall Season, Rammyy rebuilt the French Toast Mafia roster, releasing everyone and bringing in Musa and well known veterans Cloud and Gabriel for the Open Circuit. During the Open Circuit season, Rammyy was recruited by Team Allegiance in the Pro League as a temporary substitute for RyaNoob for Week 4, to play alongside ContrA, PreDevoNatoR and Heinz. Rammyy helped Allegiance go 2-0 on the week, earning attention for impressive plays throughout the two matches. The following week, Rammyy found himself on one of the greatest teams of all time, subbing in for the ill Royal2 on Counter Logic Gaming. After his strong showings in the Pro League, Rammyy and the rest of his teammates on French Toast Mafia were signed by Denial eSports on July 2, 2016. Denial would close out the Open Circuit season with a 1st place finish in the Open Circuit Finals, earning a spot in the Relegation tournament. Though Denial were able to upset OpTic Gaming in Winners' Round 1, they were unable to clinch a League spot in the Winners' Finals against Team Liquid and were defeated in a rematch against OpTic in the Losers' Finals, narrowly missing qualification.
Rammyy joined 3sUP alongside Prototype, MoNsTcR and MuNoZ prior to the Fall Open Circuit. After solidifying themselves as a top team in the Fall Open Circuit, 3sUP attended HCS Orange County 2016 with the intent of qualifying for the Open Circuit Finals at HCS Las Vegas 2016. They did what they needed to do, finishing top 8. Prior to Vegas, 3sUP replaced MuNoZ with rising star Renegade. At the event, 3sUP finished 1st in the Open Circuit Finals, qualifying for Relegation. In the Championship Bracket, 3sUP made a statement when they beat Enigma6 Group, a team they would be facing at Relegation, 3-2. They finished top 6 overall at the event. At Relegation, 3sUP were chosen by Enigma6 Group as their first round opponents. In an extremely close match, 3sUP were defeated 4-3. 3sUP then defeated The MoneyMatches Team to earn another shot at qualifying, but could not take more than two games against Team Allegiance.
During the offseason, 3sUP retooled its roster, eventually replacing Prototype and Renegade with PreDevoNatoR and Nemassist. At ME Las Vegas 2017, 3sUP finished in the top 12. Devon then left 3sUP, and they picked up Claim in his place for the Last Chance Qualifier, which they finished top 6 in.
Rammyy attended UMG Daytona as a member of Cutting Edge eSports alongside SoulSnipe, Bain and Vin, finishing in the top 32. For the Summer 2017 Open Circuit, Rammyy reformed French Toast Mafia with CLaiM, SickStory, and KingNick (Week 1)/Gabriel (Week 2). Rammyy, Gabriel, and KingNick then recruited Goofy and they attended DreamHack Atlanta under Vision Gaming, finishing in the top eighteen.
Rammyy briefly reformed French Toast Mafia with Cloud, D3M0N D, and Artic during the Fall 2017 Open Circuit, followed by two weeks of being on team BarryCow with Bound, Kaotic, and Sceptify. The Atlanta Vision roster reunited for DreamHack Denver, now playing under Radiant Esports. This time, they placed in the top sixteen.
Going into Halo World Championship 2018 season, Rammyy teamed up with DasTroyed, Nemassist, and Musa. The seventh seeded North American team was signed by Str8 Rippin after Week 3 of the season. At MLG Orlando, Str8 finished second in their pool but were defeated early by OpTic Gaming. After a 3-0 win over Vexed Gaming, Str8 lost to Fyra Gaming and were sent home with a top eight finish. Str8 finished second in their pool again at MLG Columbus, earning themselves a spot at Worlds. In their first bracket match, they lost 3-0 to Tox (former OpTic roster). In losers, they very nearly upset Team EnVyUs but fell 3-2 and finished in the top eight. At Worlds, Str8 finished second in their pool, losing only to Splyce. In the championship bracket, Str8 were swept back to back by Team Reciprocity and Elevate, ultimately being sent home in the top eight.
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