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Supremacy is a French team.
Halo 5: Guardians
Supremacy's first Halo roster consisted of Jake "Chalkie" White, Andrew "Ramirez" Corrigan, Perry "TuFoxy" Kenyon and Max "Riotz" Cottle. Prior to joining Supremacy, the roster had experienced success under the TCM-Gaming brand. With Supremacy, they took 2nd place at the Gamescom Invitational 2015 and disbanded shortly after.
Supremacy's second stint in Halo 5 began during the qualifying stages for Halo World Championship 2016. Fielding a roster of Sonny "Fragxr" Marchaland, Romain "PuniShR" Leroy, Julien "SiLeNT" Chapelle and Camille "UnwiZe" Allion, they successfully qualified for the EMEA Regional Finals by winning an online qualifier. Their first major LAN together was Halo World Championship Tour: Paris, where they finished 4th out of the four invited French teams. At Regionals, Supremacy advanced from its group after posting a 1-1 record, but failed to win their qualifying match in the bracket against Epsilon eSports, ending their Worlds hopes.
Supremacy's third stint in Halo 5 began months later, shortly after the conclusion of the Fall 2016 HCS Pro League Season Finals. They made their first move on December 8, acquiring a returning PuniShR from the 3rd place PuLse Gaming squad. Four days later, Supremacy acquired another player from the PuLse roster - Dorian "CxLii" D'angio. Nearly a month later, Supremacy finalized its roster, releasing CxLii and bringing in Norwen "SLG" Le Galloudec, Romain "Fragxr" Leroy and Simon "SolaR" Racher. SLG and Fragxr were picked up from the PuLse roster, while SolaR was picked up from the recently promoted BitterSweet squad.
The new Supremacy's first task was qualifying for Halo World Championship 2017, and they'd need a top 2 finish at Gfinity London 2017 to do it. Their run was stalled early in a Winners Round 2 loss to Pace Making Pandas, casting doubt on Supremacy's ability to go deep into the tournament. The loss lit a fire under the French squad however, as they went on a commanding Losers' run, taking out SkitLite.QPAD, exceL eSports and London Conspiracy before meeting Pace Making Pandas in a Losers' Semifinals rematch. This time, Supremacy 3-0d the BUKs and their team, moving on to face Team Infused in a Losers' Finals with Worlds implications. Supremacy won a narrow 7-game series, clinching 2nd place and a spot at the biggest event of the year. In the Finals, Supremacy managed to take a game off the dominant FAB Games eSports, but it was all they could muster in a 4-1 loss. At Worlds, Supremacy were placed in a pool with OpTic Gaming and TMMT Crowd Pleasers. Though they were able to take a game off of both American teams, they lost both series 3-1 and were placed in Losers Round 1, where they were swept by Team EnVyUs and sent home with a top 12 finish.
Supremacy struggled during the Summer 2017 Pro League, ultimately finishing in third with a 3-2 record after 4-0 losses to the top two teams - Team Infused and Invictus. The placing was strong enough to qualify for the Championship Bracket at DreamHack Atlanta, where they were again swept by Invictus before being eliminated in four games by The GosuCrew for a top sixteen finish.
For the Fall 2017 EU Circuit, Supremacy replaced SolaR with Paul "Nurix" Villemont. After low finishes in two of the cups, Supremacy stepped it up on LAN at Gfinity London, taking out Vexed Gaming and sweeping exceL eSports before being swept out of the Winners Finals by Team Infused. Supremacy responded with another victory over Vexed, but they could muster only a single map win in their Finals rematch against Infused, going home in second and qualifying for the DreamHack Denver Championship Bracket. In the lead-up to Denver, Supremacy officially announced the Nurix signing. In Denver, Supremacy were again beat in the first round, this time by American pro team Ronin Esports. They were able to beat fellow European team exceL eSports in their first Elimination match, but they fell to Str8 Rippin in a 3-2 nailbiter in the following round, ultimately taking a top twelve finish.
|Nurix||Paul Villemont||Player||Oct 20172017-10-15||≈Nov 2017≈2017-11-??||OEX|
|Fragxr||Sonny Marchaland||Player||Jan 20172017-01-02||≈Nov 2017≈2017-11-??||OEX|
|SLG||Norwen Le Galloudec||Player||Jan 20172017-01-02||≈Nov 2017≈2017-11-??||CRTL|
|PuniShR||Romain Leroy||Player||Dec 20162016-12-08||Nov 20172017-11-01||None|
|SolaR||Simon Racher||Player||Jan 20172017-01-02||Oct 20172017-10-15||None|
|CxLii||Dorian D'angio||Player||Dec 20162016-12-12||Jan 20172017-01-02||None|
|Fragxr||Sonny Marchaland||Player||≈Nov 2015≈2015-11-??||≈Feb 2016≈2016-02-??||VIT|
|PuniShR||Romain Leroy||Player||Nov 20152015-11-01||Feb 20162016-02-15||VIT|
|BlackJack||Jack Lewis||Player||Aug 20152015-08-01||Sep 20152015-09-01||Vibe|
|Ramirez||Andrew Corrigan||Player||Jul 20152015-07-19||≈Sep 2014≈2014-09-??||infs|
|tuf0xy||Perry Kenyon||Player||Jul 20152015-07-19||≈Sep 2014≈2014-09-??||infs|
|Riotz||Max Cottle||Player||Jul 20152015-07-19||Aug 20152015-08-01||infs|
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