Red Reserve

[e][h]Red Reserve
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Total Earnings:
$13,591
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History
Created:
2018-09-24
Disbanded:
2019-01-31
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Red Reserve was a Swedish 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. Since acquiring Triple Trouble, their Rocket League roster won the first of the EU Renegade Cups, Rocket Baguette's Grand Prix, as well as qualifying for the promotion playoffs by placing 2nd in RLCS Season 6: RLRS.

History[edit]

Timeline[edit]

Player Roster[edit]

Former[edit]

Former Squad Former Squad
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
Denmark Ronaky Captain
(
Aldin Hodzic
)
Join Date: 
2018-09-24[4]
Leave Date: 
2019-01-31[3]
 
Triple Trouble
Wales Tadpole
(
Euan Ingram
)
Join Date: 
2018-09-24[4]
Leave Date: 
2019-01-31[3]
 
Triple Trouble
England Speed
(
Jack Packwood-Clarke
)
Position: 
Inactive
Join Date: 
2019-01-17[2]
Leave Date: 
2019-01-31[3]
 
Triple Trouble (Inactive)



Former Players Former Players
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
England Speed
(
Jack Packwood-Clarke
)
Join Date: 
2018-09-24[4]
Leave Date: 
2019-01-17[2]
 
FlipSid3 Tactics (Loan)
Denmark Abeogand
(
Jeppe-Skou Nielsen
)
(Substitute)
Join Date: 
2018-09-24[4]
Leave Date: 
2019-01-06[1]
 
retired


Temporary stand-ins
ID Name Replacing ID Name Tournament(s)
France Kassio   Andy Landais
None
DreamHack Pro Circuit: Leipzig 2019 - Europe Closed Qualifier

Organization[edit]

Former[edit]

Former Organization
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date
Sweden Gordo Patrik Andersson CEO 2017-02-15 2019-02-08
United Kingdom Sebsyo Sebastian Spooner COO 2017-02-15 2019-02-08
Wales Base Dion Rees-Harris Manager 2018-09-24[4] 2019-01-31[3]
USA Chrris Christopher Toussaint COO    
Turkey alexE Alexander Erdogan Team Manager 2017-02-15  

Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
2018-12-18 A11st A6Weekly Gfinity Winter Series 2018 - Cup 30 4 : 2 $192.5
2018-12-12 A22nd A3Minor Ballistix Brawl - Season 2: Finals 1 : 4 $300
2018-11-15 A11st A6Weekly Gfinity Winter Series 2018 - Cup 12 4 : 3 $191.31
2018-11-14 A11st A6Weekly Gfinity Winter Series 2018 - Cup 11 4 : 1 $195.23
2018-11-13 A11st A6Weekly Gfinity Winter Series 2018 - Cup 10 4 : 3 $195.44
2018-11-12 A11st A6Weekly Gfinity Winter Series 2018 - Cup 9 4 : 3 $192.91
2018-10-31 A11st A6Weekly Gfinity Winter Series 2018 - Cup 3 4 : 1 $191.9
2018-10-29 A11st A6Weekly Gfinity Winter Series 2018 - Cup 1 4 : 0 $192.15
2018-10-25 A11st A3Minor Renegade Cup EU: Rocket Baguette Grand Prix - Finals 4 : 3 $1,500
2018-10-12 A22nd A2Major RLCS Season 6 - Europe: RLRS 6/1 Grp. S. $10,000
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

Recent Matches[edit]

DateTimeTierTournamentScoreVs. Team
2019-01-2017:50 UTCA7QualifierDreamHack Pro Circuit: Leipzig 2019 - Europe Closed QualifierDreamHack Pro Circuit: Leipzig 2019 - Europe Closed Qualifier1 : 3 SEC
2019-01-2017:00 UTCA7QualifierDreamHack Pro Circuit: Leipzig 2019 - Europe Closed QualifierDreamHack Pro Circuit: Leipzig 2019 - Europe Closed Qualifier3 : 0 PSG
2019-01-2016:10 UTCA7QualifierDreamHack Pro Circuit: Leipzig 2019 - Europe Closed QualifierDreamHack Pro Circuit: Leipzig 2019 - Europe Closed Qualifier3 : 0 MOUZ
2019-01-2013:40 UTCA7QualifierDreamHack Pro Circuit: Leipzig 2019 - Europe Closed QualifierDreamHack Pro Circuit: Leipzig 2019 - Europe Closed Qualifier1 : 3 COL
2019-01-2012:50 UTCA7QualifierDreamHack Pro Circuit: Leipzig 2019 - Europe Closed QualifierDreamHack Pro Circuit: Leipzig 2019 - Europe Closed Qualifier3 : 1 MCON
Complete list of matches in any tournament

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