Halo can potentially be classified as the most competitive first person shooter of all console platforms; it is why everyone here is extremely excited about the title’s return to our organization. After what was a month filled with drastic events related to this particular scene, things are starting to get back on track slowly; with the Western Wolves contributing to the settlement. We are proud to announce the recent pick-up of apeX’s former lineup.
There’s definitely no necessity of introducing this team to anyone who’s remotely familiar with the Halo scene. Having recently achieved a victory at the latest installment of the ReflexGT tournament, and taking a respectable second place finish one month later in Blackpool, England, the boys are now widely recognized as the strongest team of the continent. Its lineup is composed of the most experienced players of the game, including the famous BUK brothers, as well as of two very well-known faces, Fuzion and Riotz. Under the guidance of Will “BUK57” Buck, they will be looking to expand their success on an international scale during their appearance at MLG Raleigh.
“The team and I are very excited to be working with Western Wolves and its partners after a stressful time in our previous organization”, said the team captain. “We are now very happy to be part of one of the most professional e-sports organizations around and we hope to continue our success under the Western Wolves name in both Europe and North America.”
Head manager of the organization, Florent Dauvister, also added the following words for the occasion:
“We are happy to be welcoming this new line-up. We are extremely excited to be working with Riotz and Fuzion as well as the BUKs, having them in LowLandLions was great and we are glad to have them back in Western Wolves. Our players will without the shadow of a doubt continue their domination on the European scene and will do their best to reach the top12 of the next MLG after their two 13th place finish during the two previous events.”
WW.Halo as it stands: