Red Reserve
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Lead Red Reserve to big win
August 16, 2018
Rated was playing red-hot during Red Reserve's 3-1 win over Mindfreak on Day 1 of CWL Champs.
ANALYSIS
From the very start of this series, Rated was the one at the forefront of the attack for his team. It started with a 31/12 KD in the opening Hardpoint where they bodied Mindfreak 250-77 and ended with a 33/22 in the final Hardpoint that saw Red Reserve win by a closer 250-202 margin. His worst round was certainly Capture the Flag, but even then he still went a respectable 31/34 in the narrow 3-2 loss. With a solid performance here, Red Reserve looks ready for a solid run at Champs.
Unable to make an impact during win
August 16, 2018
Joee was inconsistent during Red Reserve's 3-1 win over Mindfreak on Day 1 of CWL Champs.
ANALYSIS
Joee started off well in this series, posting a 24/16 KD in the opening round before falling off immensely. He went negative in every ensuing round, including a rough 25/38 KD in Red's loss in Capture the Flag. Luckily for Joee, the team was able to compensate for his shortcomings and it didn't end up being a huge detriment. As the tournament moves on, though, he'll need to make sure he can step up a bit more against better competition.
Strong showing in win over Mindfreak
August 16, 2018
Zer0 recovered from a poor start during Red Reserve's 3-1 win over Mindfreak on Day 1 of CWL Champs.
ANALYSIS
Coming out the gate, Zer0 went just 16/27 during the opening Hardpoint round. This ended up not mattering since Red Reserve ran away with a 250-77 win in that round. As the series progressed, though, he was in positive KD territory the rest of the way which was a huge boon to his team. His 9/6 KD during Search & Destroy was especially strong and pushed the team to a 6-3 win in the round. They might have lost Capture the Flag, but they recovered well in the final Hardpoint to close out the series.
Hobbled performance in win
August 16, 2018
Skrapz struggled all throughout Red Reserve's 3-1 win over Mindfreak on Day 1 of CWL Champs.
ANALYSIS
Even though his team picked up the win in this series, Skrapz was never really a part of that at any point. He hobbled along behind the rest of his team in every round and could never find much of a groove in the game. He went slightly positive in the opening Hardpoint but then dove deep into negative territory the rest of the day. Once the team moves on to better competition, Skrapz will surely need to pick up his play.
Tries to rally his team
July 30, 2018
Rated fell apart in a 3-1 loss to Rise Nation in the Losers Final at the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2 Playoffs.
ANALYSIS
Despite having a spectacular Losers Bracket run, going from Losers Round 1 to the Losers Final, Rated couldn't stabilize in a difficult series. This was because Rated just couldn't slay out against his opponents. Though Red Reserve is known for winning with low KDs, this series saw Rated struggle to hit an even KD in most rounds. The only round Rated, and Red Reserve, succeeded in was in Round 1 Hardpoint. There, Rated was able to clutch up for his team with a triple kill by pre-firing an entrance to win the map. But that level of spawn awareness was lacking from Rated in all other rounds.
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Team News
Call of Duty
Announces new lineup
September 16, 2017
Red Reserve announced their new lineup of Joshh, Joee, Rated and Zer0 for the upcoming season of Call of Duty on Twitter.
ANALYSIS
After the all-star line-up formed under Rated's watch, Red Reserve went ahead and wisely snatched the roster. This is despite Rated having only left Red Reserve a month ago. The line-up is, on paper, the best team in Europe. However, question arise concerning both Rated's and Joshh's tumultuous relationships with teams and organizations. If the four can cooperate together, then this may well be one of the best teams in Europe.
Call of Duty
Merges with Orbit
February 17, 2017
Red Reserve will merge with Orbit for the 2017 competitive season, the team announced on Tuesday.
ANALYSIS
Red Reserve was previously home to Parasite's roster, but the embattled slayer announced his release from the organization earlier in the year prompting speculation that Red Reserve would be making another move. However, this news comes as bit of a surprise given Orbit's success in the EU region, in which they most recently took first at CWL London. Given that the entire Orbit brand was essentially bought out by Red Reserve, it makes sense that the new team will be playing under the Red banner, but it's still a bit of a surprise given Red's North American ties.
Call of Duty
Red Reserve forms in wake of MLG Vegas
December 29, 2016
Red Reserve announced their new team for the Call of Duty 2017 competitive season consisting of Parasite, Swarley, Pacman, and Llama.
ANALYSIS
MLG Vegas saw not only major shake-ups to the meta, but to teams as well. eUnited and compLexity both dissolved in the wake of poor performances only for the two to now come together under Red Reserve. Red Reserve announced Swarley, Pacman, and Llama on the roster with Parasite acting as team captain. All four players are seasoned and skilled veterans of Call of Duty who will, hopefully, gel together. Swarley, Llama, and Parasite have played side-by-side at MLG Vegas, but all three seemed uncoordinated. Meanwhile, Pacman struggled to carry eUnited through the open bracket. The awkward performances may have been the result of a sudden change in the meta due to a balance patch released only a week before MLG Vegas. Red Reserve will make their debut at MLG Atlanta on February 10-12.