Enigma6 Group
United States
Signs on with Enigma6
October 25, 2018
KiSMET will join Enigma6 Group ahead of the Black Ops 4 competitive season.
KiSMET failed to qualify for the 2018 World Championships as GAS Gaming didn't make it out of the Last Chance Qualifier, but he did post a 21-24th place finish at the CWL Anaheim Open under Conquest. Given last year essentially was KiSMET's first competitive season, it remains to be seen how well the player will adapt to what figures to be his most high-profile organization, but KiSMET arguably has the most promise of anyone on the current roster.
Joining Enigma6 Group
October 25, 2018
Kade will join Enigma6 Group ahead of the upcoming competitive season.
Kade will return to Enigma6 after a successful competitive season with the organization during Infinite Warfare in which the slayer helped them finish 9th-12th place at the 2017 World Championships. While Kade failed to qualify for this past year's World Championships, he did post multiple top-24 finishes with Morituri eSports and EZG eSports at open events during World War II.
Returns to Enigma6
October 25, 2018
Diabolic will return to Enigma6 Group, the slayer confirmed in a tweet earlier in October.
It appears as if Diabolic will not be teaming again with Sender, his former Enigma6 teammate, as the organization has decided to go in another direction in terms of players. Diabolic will join Kade and General as the veterans on the team, with Kismet and Frosty acting as the unproven talent in what figures to be a fairly competitive roster.
No longer on Enigma6
August 30, 2018
Diabolic is no longer under the Enigma6 banner according to a tweet posted by Sender on Wednesday. The two are expected to be a duo to begin Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
Diabolic finished the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships with a 0.97 which very nearly matched General's 1.00 KD--the second highest on the team. Unfortunately for Diabolic, his teammate for next season--Sender--posted a 0.87 KD at the pivotal tournament. The duo have been a stable combo for the past couple of years, teaming together on the infamous Dream Team, Renegades, Echo Fox and Amity Esports throughout the past couple of competitive seasons, but have never had consistent success throughout a given campaign.
Leaving Enigma6
August 30, 2018
Sender announced on Wednesday he would be enter free agency.
Sender had played under the Enigma6 banner since January as the organization failed to get into either Stage 1 or Stage 2 of the CWL Pro League. Situated in arguably the most difficult group in the entirety of the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships, Enigma6 did win a series in their pool, but were unable to advance out of their 17th-24th seeding. Sender finished the tournament with a 0.86 KD across 11 maps, but he predictably struggled the most against FaZe Clan, finishing with a 0.63 KD over the four games.
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Can't stay alive in loss
December 18, 2016
General could not keep E6 hopes alive, posting a 70/83 KD in the loss on Sunday to OpTic Gaming that would see E6 eliminated from MLG Vegas.
General had a strong showing in what would be E6's final match of MLG Vegas, losing to OpTic Gaming. He had a huge double kill to get the Scarab, and then used it to get two more kills to open the door to a big lead for E6; a lead they would not relinquish. He had a lobby-leading 27 kills in total that round. He had a big one on one win over Karma to cut the OpTic lead to 3-2, although OpTic would go on to win the round. General was a nuisance for the entire Round 3 Uplink, but he was especially tough to handle in the second half. He parked himself deep in OpTic's base, and was opening up lanes as soon as OpTic members spawned; however his teammates failed to capitalize on the strong effort. General was a solid gunfighter yet again in Round 4 Hardpoint, although OpTic had a tight hold on the map, and E6 saw their championship dreams dashed.