|Coach||Kory "Symbolic" Arruda|
|Manager||Rob "Leonyx" Lee|
|Captain||Tyler "Spartan" Ganza|
|Created||Halo Division - Jan 2016|
Renegades (also known as Los Angeles Renegades) is an American esports organization that fields teams and players in games such as Counter Strike: Global Offensive and League of Legends.
Renegades was originally founded as a League of Legends team under the name of Misfits in March 2015.
Scooping up the Leftovers - Halo World Championship 2016
The team of Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, Tyler "Spartan" Ganza, Cameron "Victory X" Thorlakson and Hamza "Commonly" Abbaali represented Renegades in the 4th NA Online Qualifying cup. The next week, the same roster, minus Commonly and plus Braedon "StelluR" Boettcher represented Renegades in the 5th cup. The team remained officially known as Leftovers until January 25th, when Renegades announced the acquisition of the Leftovers roster, which had previously qualified for the HWC NA Regional Finals as the 5th seed. Renegades's first live event was the X Games Aspen 2016 invitational, where they placed 4th, just out of medal range. At NA Regionals, Renegades had a struggling start in group stage, falling 3-0 to rivals Team Liquid. They defeated the other two teams in the group to advance to the bracket, where they met Counter Logic Gaming in the first round. Renegades were defeated 3-0 in the series, ending their tournament with a top 8 finish, enough to qualify for Halo World Championship 2016. Renegades came out strong at Worlds, upsetting the highly favored Evil Geniuses in group stage. They went 3-0 in their group and drew Team Allegiance in the quarterfinals. Despite going up 2-0 in the series, Allegiance would battle back, winning the series 3-2 and ending Renegades' night with a top 8 finish.
After Worlds, the Renegades roster split, with Spartan and StelluR seeking other team opportunities. Ninja and Victory X eventually settled on Hamza "Commonly" Abbaali, most recently of Evil Geniuses, and Zane "Penguin" Hearon of Team eLevate. The new roster's first event was the Summer Qualifier, where they went 2-1 in their group, initially losing to OpTic Gaming 3-2. They rebounded, defeating Denial eSports 3-1, before enacting revenge on OpTic with a 4-1 defeat, qualifying themselves for the HCS Summer 2016 Pro League.
- January 17th, 3rd - 4th place in NA Qualifier #4 with roster of Ninja, Spartan, Victory X and Commonly.
- January 24th, 5th - 8th place in NA Qualifier #5 with roster of Ninja, Spartan, Victory X and StelluR.
- January 25th, Halo division formed - Leftovers roster of Ninja, Spartan, Victory X, StelluR and coach Symbolic joins.
- January 30th, 4th place at X Games Aspen 2016.
- February 21st, 5-8th place at Halo World Championship NA Regional Finals 2016. Team qualifies for Halo World Championship 2016
- March 19th, 5th - 8th place at Halo World Championship 2016
- April 14th, Spartan and StelluR leave. Penguin and Commonly join.
- April 30th, 2nd place in Online Invitational Qualifier - Group C. Team qualifies for Summer Qualifier
- May 8th, 2nd place at Summer Qualifier - Group A. Team qualifies for Pro League.
|Spartan||Tyler Ganza||Team Liquid|
|StelluR||Braedon Boettcher||Team Liquid|
|Victory X||Cameron Thorlakson||Player|
|Matt||Matt Akhavan||Assistant Manager|
|End Date||Game||Place||Prize||Event||Players (Coach)|
|May 8, 2016||2nd||-||HCS Pro League Summer Qualifier 2016 - Group A||Ninja • Victory X • Penguin • Commonly • Symbolic|
|March 20, 2016||5 - 8th||$75,000||Halo World Championship 2016||Spartan • Ninja • StelluR • Victory X • Symbolic|
|February 21, 2016||5 - 8th||$2,500||HWC NA Regional Finals 2016||Ninja • Spartan • StelluR • Victory X • Symbolic|
|January 30, 2016||4th||-||X Games Aspen 2016||Ninja • Spartan • StelluR • Victory X • Symbolic|
- Leftovers (Halo) - youtube.com
- Renegades replace Spartan and StelluR with Commonly and Penguin for Halo - espn.go.com