Prophecy

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Prophecy
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Team Information
Location: UK.png United Kingdom
Manager: Oliver "Acid" Sellors
Coach:
Captain:
Website: prophecyteam.net
Sponsor(s): Razer
Scuf Gaming
YouTube: ProphecyTeamTV
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Facebook: Facebook Fanpage
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Number of Players:
History
Created: September 2011
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Prophecy Team is a European eSports organization but their Call of Duty team currently resides in the United States

Biography

How It All Started

Prophecy was a brand created by Oliver "Acid" Sellors in February 2012, as part of the Infused Interactive network. After a long stint as general manager for Infused, they split their Call of Duty team to create Prophecy, and Infused resorted back to being a PC organization for the time being. The team of XLNC, GunShy, Jake and Flux played under the Team Infused banner for a couple events, one including MLG National Championship 2011 in Providence, where they came in unseeded and managed to finish 13th. Once Prophecy was created, there was a couple roster changes and the brand became official with the line-up of; GunShy, Swanny, Sowerz and vapeZ.

The Early Days

Coming in to the scene, Prophecy developed a quick fan base, with high caliber players in the line-up. It was the first time that Europe really had a single brand dedicated to Call of Duty, and a team that fans could really show their support to, dubbed the "OpTic of EU". With the teams first event back on Modern Warfare 3, at the EGL 5 event, all cameras were on Prophecy to see how well they could perform. Shortly before the event OpTic Gaming announced they'd be travelling over to play at the event, a match everyone was looking forward to. The wishes were granted, and in a WB semi finals match, after an incredible back and forth game, OpTic Gaming were able to take it 3-1, and eventually went on to win the event. All was looking positive in the Prophecy camp though, Multiplay's Insomnia 45 event a couple of weeks later, vapeZ unfortunately couldn't attend due to work. The team brought in ShAnE for this event as a last minute sub, and still all eyes were on the Prophecy line-up to see how well they could perform against EU teams only. As predicted by many, even with a last minute pick up of ShAnE, Prophecy came to the event and delivered, defeating TCM in the WB Final, and eventually the Grand Final. Following this win, vapeZ was officially replaced by ShAnE, and Prophecy started to grow much larger, with more victories on the way.

Taking A Break

Towards the end of Black Ops 2, the Prophecy team had gone through some big roster changes. After Swanny and Jake had been dropped following Gfinity 1, a decision which left some people questioning, until the team unveiled the hottest two players in the European scene right now, MadCat and Jurd joining Prophecy, alongside XLNC and GunShy. Everyone thought this was now the new team which would go on to win everything, but unfortunately with EGL 10 so close, things never really got going with the squad as they placed 5th, and Jurd returned back to Epsilon. With only one event left on Black Ops 2, Insomnia 49, the team brought in Joshh as a pick up, a player who was turning a lot of heads. Prophecy had always had a lot of success at iSeries events, being the only team to have won two up to this date, and their strong performance continued this time round to. A grand finals match was set with Epsilon, where former Prophecy players; ShAnE, Swanny and the more recently Jurd had returned to, a big rivalry match which got everyone's attention. Prophecy came in to the series with a 3-0 advantage, and continued their solid event by winning 6-0 over Epsilon. After the event, MadCat left the team, leaving just XLNC and GunShy as official players, as Prophecy announced they would be looking for two more ready for Call of Duty: Ghosts. It wasn't to be though, and GunShy was offered a spot in TCM, which would see him able to compete at MLG Columbus 2013. At the beginning of January, Oliver "Acid" Sellors announced that Prophecy would be closing it's doors for the foreseeable future. Shortly after he joined FaZe as their Business and Pro Team Manager.

Prophecy Returns

Towards the release of Advanced Warfare, Oliver "Acid" Sellors announced that Prophecy would make a return with a new NA roster going into MLG Columbus 2014. They landed with a roster of Parasite, Ricky, FEARS, and Legal. The 4 competed in 2K's and 5K's leading up to the event with some success, and had a lot to prove at Columbus to obtain a League Spot for MLG CoD:AW League Season 1. They advanced first in their pool over Team KaLiBeR and OpTic Gaming with a 3-1 match count. They then faced OpTic Nation in Winner's Bracket Round 1, bringing it all the way to a Game 5. In dominating fashion, they completed the SnD with a 6-0 sweep to face FaZe in the next round. On top of their game, they beat FaZe 3-0 map count and at that point securing their League spot. They met up with OpTic Gaming in the Winner Bracket finals, where they took a tough 0-3 loss. To contend for their spot in the Grand Final, Prophecy faced FaZe in the Loser's Bracket Final, who they previously 3-0'd a day earlier. Coming down all the way to a Game 5 SnD, FaZe pull away with a 6-2 win.

Player Roster

Active

ID Name Primary Role

Former

ID Name Primary Role Next Team
United Kingdom XLNC Nick Ward Template:RoleSortNumber OBJ Infslogo std.png Team Infused
United Kingdom GunShy Tomas Jones Template:RoleSortNumber Support TCMlogo std.png TCM-Gaming
United Kingdom Tommey Tom Trewren Template:RoleSortNumber Support Milllogo std.png Millenium
United Kingdom Xanity Jay Bajwe Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer Retiredlogo std.png Retired
United Kingdom ShAnE Shane McKerral Template:RoleSortNumber OBJ Epsilogo std.png Epsilon eSports
United Kingdom Joshh Joshua-Lee Sheppard Template:RoleSortNumber Support Epsilogo std.png Epsilon eSports
United Kingdom Jurd Jordan Crowley Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer Epsilogo std.png Epsilon eSports
United Kingdom MadCat Dylan Daly Template:RoleSortNumber Support Infslogo std.png Team Infused
United Kingdom Swanny Callum Swan Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer Epsilogo std.png Epsilon eSports
United Kingdom Jake Jake Dalton Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer Infslogo std.png Team Infused
United Kingdom Sowerz Luke Sowersby Template:RoleSortNumber OBJ Logo std2.png Leverage EU
United Kingdom vapeZ Jordan Haydney Template:RoleSortNumber Support Orbitlogo std.png Team Orbit UK
United Kingdom Flux Ryan Oldfield Template:RoleSortNumber Support TCMlogo std.png TCM-Gaming
USA Parasite Christopher Duarte Template:RoleSortNumber OBJ FaZelogo std.png FaZe Clan
USA Legal Tyree Glover Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer STNNRlogo std.png Stunner Gaming
USA FEARS Damod Abney Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer STNNRlogo std.png Stunner Gaming
USA Classic Nicholas DiCostanzo Template:RoleSortNumber Support ELvlogo std.png Team eLevate
USA Ricky Richard Stacy Template:RoleSortNumber Support ELvlogo std.png Team eLevate
USA MBoZe Marcus Blanks Template:RoleSortNumber OBJ ONlogo std.png OpTic Nation
USA StuDyy Jeremy Astacio Template:RoleSortNumber Support NVlogo std.png Team EnVyUs
USA Spacely Michael Schmale Template:RoleSortNumber Support ARlogo std.png Automatic Reload
USA Mochila Steve Canle Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer ARlogo std.png Automatic Reload
USA Censor Doug Taylor Martin Template:RoleSortNumber OBJ E6 Glogo std.png Enigma6 Gold
USA Nagafen Jared Harrell Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer Epsilogo std.png Epsilon eSports.NA
USA Apathy Bryan Zhelyazkov Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer ELvlogo std.png Team eLevate
USA AquA Ulysses Silva Template:RoleSortNumber OBJ NVlogo std.png Team EnVyUs
USA Octane Sam Larew Template:RoleSortNumber Support NVlogo std.png Team EnVyUs
USA ACHES Patrick Price Template:RoleSortNumber Support TCMlogo std.png TCM-Gaming

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