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Frenetic Array

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[e][h]Frenetic Array
Team Information
Nicolas "ChadMann" Russo
Nicolas "ChadMann" Russo
Team Captain:
Ben "Crimson" Macdonald
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:

Frenetic Array is an Australian multi-game Esports organization with a history in Halo, Call of Duty, Tekken, Battlefield, League of Legends, FIFA, Heroes of Newerth and TF2.


  • March 8th, Frenetic Array announces the acquisition of Chase, a promising Australian Zerg.[2]
  • April 15th, Frenetic Array's Wally announces he is stepping down from frenetic array SC2 roster.[3]
  • July 10th, Frenetic Array announces the return of previously retired player, Fourby and the addition of Canberra Zerg Pox.[4]
  • July 22nd, Frenetic Array announce the addition of Victoria Terran, Seither.[5]
  • November 10th, FluX announces that due to wrist injuries and a focus on his studies, he will no longer be competing as a player. Remains on roster as honorary member of the team. [6]
  • January 31st, iaguz leaves to join ROOT Gaming.[7]
  • February 26th, Fenner leaves Frenetic Array.[8]
  • April 29th, Frenetic Array relaunches their SC2 squad, merging with CheckMate Gaming and new members of the team. New roster also bridges the gap between 'Academy' and 'Main' roster. New Roster includes: HuT, Wally, Crimson, FLuX, Phantom, Alopex and previous academy members, Eros and Alpha.[9]
  • June 1st, HuT finishes 2nd at the Australian Cyber League finals.
  • June, Billy 'FLuX' Weeks steps down as a player but remains on the team as Coach.
  • September 8th, Billy 'FLuX' Weeks rejoins as player/coach for Frenetic Array.
  • November 6th, South Australian based Protoss player Jessie 'SouL' Byrne joins Frenetic Array's SC2 Squad.
  • January 2nd, fray Announces the addition of top Australian Terran, Ethan 'iaguz' Zugai, The Gimli Terran. iaguz was previously a member of Frenetic Array for HoN and other RTS titles.[10]
  • November 29th, Kiwi Zerg, Petraeus leaves Frenetic Array to join ROOT Gaming and moves to the team house in California.[11]
  • December 10th, fray announces the formation of the fray`Academy SC2 team (The 'School of Dedication'). In hopes to develop the Australian and South East Asian SC2 Scene. fray announces; Alopex (Captain), Redemption, Kreamy, Mystic, Eros and Alpha as the first inductees of the fray`Academy.[12]

Former Players[edit]

Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
AustraliaAlopexJohnny Yang2013-12-092016-06-17 Inactive
AustraliaAlphaAlistar McDowall2013-12-09201?-??-?? Inactive
AustraliaChaseJackson Calvi2015-03-082016-06-17 SYF GAMING
New ZealandCrimsonBen Macdonald2014-04-292016-06-17 SYF GAMING
AustraliaDippaAlex Walker2012-09-10201?-??-?? Retirement
AustraliaEdgECameron Murrin2012-09-09201?-??-?? Retirement
AustraliaErosLindsay Roos2013-12-09201?-??-?? Inactive
United KingdomFennerDaniel Fenner2012-09-102014-02-26 ROOT Gaming
New ZealandFLuXBilly Weeks2014-04-29201?-??-?? Inactive
AustraliaFourbySam Tham2012-09-10201?-??-?? Inactive
AustraliaHuTNick Hutton2012-09-102016-??-?? SYF GAMING
AustraliaiaguzEthan Zugai2013-01-022014-01-31 ROOT Gaming
AustraliaNinjaAlex Smith2012-09-092013-11-14
New ZealandPetraeusMack Smith2012-09-292013-11-28 ROOT Gaming
AustraliaPhantomJamie Palmer2014-04-29201?-??-?? Retirement
AustraliaPoxAnthony Carapetis2015-07-102016-06-17 SYF GAMING
AustraliaRizeJessie Byrne2014-11-062016-06-17 SYF GAMING
AustraliaSeitherSheldon Barrow2015-07-222016-06-17 SYF GAMING
AustraliaWallyHayden Bell2014-04-292015-04-14 Silicon Sports


ID Name Position
ChadMann Nicolas Russo Team Manager
MiLes Winson Yong Media/Assistant Manager
FLuX Billy Weeks Coach

Team Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Result Prize
2015-10-24 2nd A3Minor Saulo Silva Teamleague Season 1 0 : 4 $216.45