Renegades is an esports company that was established in March 2015. It started out with a League of Legends team under Misfits name which was eventually re-branded as Renegades in June 2015. The gaming association supports four teams, each one specialising in different games such as League of Legends, Halo, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Gigantic.
Looking to expand the Renegades signed up the former Vox Eminor, an Australian CS: GO team. A group that do not follow the rules but give their commitment and dedication to be a better CounterStrike squad. Before joining the Renegades, the team mates played just for the fun of it, practising and training at night and on weekends. Their relocation to America made them full time gamers with a new schedule that made them focus more on playing video games.
Renegades have competed at several tournaments such as iBUYPOWER Masters 2016, Eleague Major 2016 qualifiers, Eleague Season 1, IEM X Taipei, and many other CS: GO events. Their latest tournaments Renegades participated were at DreamHack Masters Las Vegas where they won over Team Liquid in the qualifying stages.
Justin ‘jks’ Savage is an Australian rifler who plays CounterStrike for Renegades, residing in their game house in the US. The rising star Jks was crowned the first player to survive nine death or less in a 27+ round map during the ESL One: Cologne 2016.
Kurlo ‘Ustilo’ Pivac is a professional CS: GO cyber athlete taking on the rifler position for the Renegades. He began competitive gaming in 2015 with Team Streamline acquiring the experience and skills to be the best player.
Aaron “AZR” Ward, a pro gamer forming part of the Renegades roster competing in CounterStrike as a rifler. His strong skills of an accurate aim and the ability to clutch has made him a dangerous player feared by his opponents.
Keith ‘Naf’ Markovic is a Canadian pro player that practices CS: GO for his current team Renegades with the role of lurker. He has acquired the gaming knowledge he knows from top CS units like Team Liquid, Luminosity Gaming, Conquest and Optic Gaming.
Noah ‘Nifty’ Francis is a 19-year-old American CS: GO gamer who takes on the role of awper for his team, Renegades. His interest in video games started when he played Call of Duty and eventually made the switch to Counter-Strike. Today he proves his gaming worth time and time again in CS tournaments for RNG.