Trifecta

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Trifecta
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Team Information
Org LocationUnited States United States
Region
NA
 North America
Sponsor(s)Ember Webs
Blue Design
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G-Fuel
History
Created2017-06-15 (SMITE Division)
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Trifecta is a North American esports organization. Trifecta has additional teams in Halo 5: Guardians, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, World of Warcraft.

History

2017 Season

Season 5

Entering season five Trifecta saw their previous roster go their separate ways leaving a completely open roster. Trifecta decided to start their new roster with Mask allowing him to build his surrounding team. Soon after the roster was announced with ScaryD, Metyankey, Zapman and Neirumah filling out the remaining positions.

The spring split saw a 4th place finish for Trifecta prompting roster moves. These moves would see mid laner Metyankey move to the Hunter position and push Zapman out of the roster. This move also saw Trifecta bring in Minor League superstar mid laner Paul from Anxiety Onset. The new roster saw much success out of Paul and Mask, but saw many struggles in the duo lane bringing about mid-split return of Zapman to the roster. A movement filled summer saw another lower mid table finish for Trifecta.

A surprising retirement of Jungler and captain Mask only a week prior to the start of the fall spit saw Trifecta scrambling to find a replacement. Trifecta found their replacement by way of another Minor League standout bringing on sam4soccer2 from Very Nice To Me. Entering the fall split many picked the team to finish dead last in the NA SPL. Also a tumultuous start forced the roster to play with a sub in 3 of their first 4 games. Even with the struggles the roster managed to pull themselves up to a 4th place finish.

Trifecta would go on to have a very successful run at the World Championship much off the success of rookies Paul and sam4soccer2. This run would see them drop an early set to the European SML's Insignem, and continue on to win 6 sets in a row. Only losing in the worlds semi-finals to Team RivaL

Season 6

2019 saw the departure of the season 5 roster for SK Gaming. The new Trifecta roster would bring an exiting mix of SPL veterans Duck3y and Weak3n and returning SPL players Wowy and Eonic. Along with SML standout LASBRA.

Timeline

  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017

Player Roster

Active

C ID Name Role
United Kingdom Duck3y James Heseltine 11 Solo Laner
USA Weak3n Kurt Thaddeus Schray 11 Jungler
Denmark LASBRA Lasse Halkjær 11 Mid Laner
Canada Wowy Jacob Carter 04 Hunter
Canada Eonic Sinjin Thorpe 05 Support

Former

C ID Name Role Next Team
USA ScaryD Ronald Belair 01 Solo Sklogo std.pngSK Gaming
USA sam4soccer2 Samuel Waxman 02 Jungle Sklogo std.pngSK Gaming
Canada Paul Paul Berger 03 Mid Sklogo std.pngSK Gaming
USA Zapman Steven Zapas 04 Hunter Sklogo std.pngSK Gaming
Canada NeiruMah Neil Mah 05 Support Sklogo std.pngSK Gaming
USA Mask Suharab Askarzada 02 Jungle Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.pngCounter Logic Gaming
USA Metyankey Michael Fasciano 04 Hunter Team CryptiKlogo std.pngTeam CryptiK
USA Zapman Steve Zapas 04 Hunter Trifectalogo std.pngTrifecta
USA Hurriwind Tyler Whitney 03 Mid Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.pngCounter Logic Gaming
Canada Snoopy Evan Jones 04 Hunter Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.pngCounter Logic Gaming
USA Aror Max Jackson 05 Support Splycelogo std.pngSplyce
USA KikiSoCheeky Ismael Torres 01 Solo Luminosity Gaminglogo std.pngLuminosity Gaming
USA Cynosure Brooks Mattey 02 Jungle Splycelogo std.pngSplyce
Canada Eonic Sinjin Thorpe 05 Support Trifectalogo std.pngTrifecta

Organization

Current

ID Name Position
USA ShooK Jonathan Ross CEO
Germany Elevated General Manager

Former

ID Name Position New Team
Canada ShadowChair Benjamin King 11 Coach
None
Israel Sata Lior Elan Polani 11 Coach
None

Team Achievements

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