Red Reserve

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Red Reserve is an American gaming entertainment brand, best known for their roots in the Call of Duty sniping community. They became an eSports organization in December of 2016 after acquiring a former eUnited player and three former compLexity players in the Call of Duty scene at the time. Red Reserve had lost this lineup in February of 2017, but days after, they had merged with the Swedish organization, Orbit Esport - resulting in all of their current rosters moving over to Red Reserve. After the merging, Red Reserve were treated with a European Call of Duty roster and a Brazilian Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster living in Sweden.


  • February 20th - Red Reserve announces their expansion into Hearthstone with the signing of the swedish player MartinCreek.[4]
  • May 24th - Red Reserve parted ways with MartinCreek.[5]

Player Roster[edit]


ID Name Join Date 2018 2019
Netherlands Mitsuhide Louis Bremers 2018-03-03 [1]
Canada Cydonia Julien Perrault 2018-03-08 [2]
Sweden Bozzzton Elias Sibelius 2018-03-17 [3]


ID Name Join Date Departure New Team
Sweden MartinCreek Martin Bäcklund 2017-02-20 [4] 2017-05-24 [5]

Individual Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Player Tier Tournament Prize
2018-03-10 B771st Canada Cydonia A2Major Tour Stop Season 1 2018 - HCT Toronto $0
2018-03-25 A99 - 16th Sweden Bozzzton A2Major Tour Stop Season 1 2018 - HCT Oslo $300
2018-03-06 A55 - 8th Netherlands Mitsuhide A6Weekly StriveWire's Mega Cash 2018/03/06 $18.58
2018-04-08 A99 - 12th Canada Cydonia A2Major PAX East GEICO Hearthstone Showdown $100
2017-04-15 A99 - 12th Sweden MartinCreek A2Major Copenhagen Games Spring 2017 $0
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