David “killinallday” Acosta has been playing Hearthstone since Beta. Over his competitive ladder career, he’s achieved Rank 1 Legend multiple times with decks like Face Hunter, Pirate Warrior, Midrange Shaman, and most famously, Quest Rogue. In 2017, he placed 9th in two separate Playoffs; barely missing the opportunity to qualify for the World Championship not once, but twice. Heartbroken, it was at this point that David considered giving up competitive Hearthstone all together.

However, 2018 had different plans for him. David took a chance on a new esports organization; becoming the very first player to sign with ENDEMIC. His fire for the game was rekindled and he placed Top 4 in the Summer Playoffs, qualifying him for the Summer Championship. He then placed Top 4 again at the Summer Championship; making him the only player in North America to qualify for the 2018 Hearthstone World Championship and solidifying that 2018 was in fact, the Year of Killinallday.

Just like his teammate Killinallday, Jeffrey “Tarei” Liu has also been playing Hearthstone since Beta. Adopting the game early clearly benefitted him, as he made the Top 8 of the very first Hearthstone World Championship at BlizzCon in 2014. After Worlds, he continued to study the game and improve his play, with hopes of making it back to the big stage. In fact, Tarei was only one match away from making it back to the Hearthstone World Championship in both 2016 and 2017, but unfortunately fell short each time.

Tarei didn’t let the near-misses break his stride. He continued to compete at a high level, and his persistence ultimately paid off. In July 2018, Tarei won his first major championship; taking down HCT Oakland at Esports Arena.

Outside of Hearthstone, Tarei enjoys basketball, anime, and other esports like Starcraft 2 and DOTA 2.

Garett "SwaggyG" Gori has been playing Hearthstone competitively for two years and has qualified for the Regional Playoffs five consecutive seasons over that time span. This year alone, he's finished Top 4 in the North America WESG qualifier, as well as Top 8 at DreamHack Atlanta. For 2019, he is currently ranked 13th in points for North America and will be looking to secure a seat at Worlds through the season's Winter Playoffs.

Frank Kissick is a card game specialist with a background in computer science. This informs his statistically driven playstyle, and knack for building complex metagame breakdowns. Behind the scenes he's developed eight Major-winning lineups, including two for his teammates on ENDEMIC, and one for himself at PAX South 2016. He's recently switched his main focus from Hearthstone to other competitive card games such as Magic: The Gathering Arena but plans to still play Hearthstone.

Brad Vaughn aka "Scar" hails from Houston, Texas and started his pro fighting game career in 2012 with the release of Mortal Kombat 9. He started out as just an online warrior, but after a year or so, Scar linked up with a few other MK players in his city who introduced him to the competitive fighting game scene.

A few years and multiple MLG, EVO, ESL and Dreamhack finishes/winnings later, Scar is now known as one of the best in the world, consistently performing at the highest level of competitive play. Most recently, Scar defeated SonicFox in the Grand Finals of Combo Breaker, becoming the first player to ever win an MK11 Pro Kompetition title. He continues to strive for greatness and uses his platform as well as his stream to teach others about the world of FGC esports.

Wolfgang ‘wo1f” Braun is a professional PUBG player and currently serves as the in- game leader/bolt action player for ENDEMIC.

Before his success in PUBG, Braun was known as “wgb” in Overwatch; competing in the early OW competitive scene before eventually making the switch to PUBG. Before signing with END, Braun played with Evil Geniuses in the PUBG Qualifiers and Team Envy in the NPL Preseason.

Committed to the game, Wo1f has competed in numerous LANs and tournaments. His previous accomplishments include placing second at the PUBG Online Showdown, placing at multiple Curse Trials, and placing consistently during GLL season 2 and 3. He now brings his talent and energy to the National PUBG League. He currently resides in the Phoenix metropolitan area with his girlfriend and cat.

Jeremy "Krispyer" Walton is a 20 year old PUBG player from London, England. Krispyer has competed in PUBG since early 2017 Competiting in the EU region in different teams and also in the NA region. Started playing Counter-Strike and Overwatch and transitioned to PUBG, where he joined ENDEMIC.

In PUBG Krispyer has competed in many events leading up to the first season of the NPL. Some of his notable finishes are:

Joseph "SomeThang" White is professional PUBG player from Louisville, Kentucky. SomeThang played mainly on console before discovering PUBG but has always been a competitive gamer, regardless of platform. PUBG is the first game he’s ever gone pro in and has competed since beta playing in various tournaments worldwide.

Some of his achievements in PUBG are:

Noah "Relo" Jenkins has only just begun his competitive PUBG journey with only four months in the Tier 1 scene, having previously competed on a team under the name Head Hunters in the NPLC. Relo, now competing in the NPL, has officially started his ride to the top with incredibly strong teammates and doesn't plan to stop until he gets there.

Cole “gnomey” Garton has been competing in the PUBG scene from the beginning. Starting with the early days of third person duos and grinding leaderboards to competing under Evil Geniuses for the majority of his career. After playing and competing for close to two years, gnomey has transitioned to the role of analyst/coach to continue his journey to reach the top.

Shine is a fighting game player from Elmont, New York; one of the strongest regions for fighting games in the world. He started playing fighting games at a competitive level in 2009, starting with Street Fighter 4. Achieving a second place at his first local, he went on to grow and develop as a player training with some of the best players in the East Coast at one of the most prestigious weekly tournaments in the world; Next Level Battle Circuit. Over the years, Shine has won multiple tournaments, and for Street Fighter V specifically, he qualified for the Zowie Fighter World Cup 2017 Grand Finals where he achieved a podium finish at 3rd place. He also achieved first place at the Go For Broke Winter Championships for Street Fighter V, and is the reigning ELEAGUE x Battlefy Street Fighter V Open Champion. Most recently, Shine was invited to Capcom’s Street Fighter League, and posted a 3rd place finish at Dreamhack Dallas.

David “killinallday” Acosta has been playing Hearthstone since Beta. Over his competitive ladder career, he’s achieved Rank 1 Legend multiple times with decks like Face Hunter, Pirate Warrior, Midrange Shaman, and most famously, Quest Rogue. In 2017, he placed 9th in two separate Playoffs; barely missing the opportunity to qualify for the World Championship not once, but twice. Heartbroken, it was at this point that David considered giving up competitive Hearthstone all together.

However, 2018 had different plans for him. David took a chance on a new esports organization; becoming the very first player to sign with ENDEMIC. His fire for the game was rekindled and he placed Top 4 in the Summer Playoffs, qualifying him for the Summer Championship. He then placed Top 4 again at the Summer Championship; making him the only player in North America to qualify for the 2018 Hearthstone World Championship and solidifying that 2018 was in fact, the Year of Killinallday.

Just like his teammate Killinallday, Jeffrey “Tarei” Liu has also been playing Hearthstone since Beta. Adopting the game early clearly benefitted him, as he made the Top 8 of the very first Hearthstone World Championship at BlizzCon in 2014. After Worlds, he continued to study the game and improve his play, with hopes of making it back to the big stage. In fact, Tarei was only one match away from making it back to the Hearthstone World Championship in both 2016 and 2017, but unfortunately fell short each time.

Tarei didn’t let the near-misses break his stride. He continued to compete at a high level, and his persistence ultimately paid off. In July 2018, Tarei won his first major championship; taking down HCT Oakland at Esports Arena.

Outside of Hearthstone, Tarei enjoys basketball, anime, and other esports like Starcraft 2 and DOTA 2.

Garett "SwaggyG" Gori has been playing Hearthstone competitively for two years and has qualified for the Regional Playoffs five consecutive seasons over that time span. This year alone, he's finished Top 4 in the North America WESG qualifier, as well as Top 8 at DreamHack Atlanta. For 2019, he is currently ranked 13th in points for North America and will be looking to secure a seat at Worlds through the season's Winter Playoffs.

Frank Kissick is a card game specialist with a background in computer science. This informs his statistically driven playstyle, and knack for building complex metagame breakdowns. Behind the scenes he's developed eight Major-winning lineups, including two for his teammates on ENDEMIC, and one for himself at PAX South 2016. He's recently switched his main focus from Hearthstone to other competitive card games such as Magic: The Gathering Arena but plans to still play Hearthstone.

Shine is a fighting game player from Elmont, New York; one of the strongest regions for fighting games in the world. He started playing fighting games at a competitive level in 2009, starting with Street Fighter 4. Achieving a second place at his first local, he went on to grow and develop as a player training with some of the best players in the East Coast at one of the most prestigious weekly tournaments in the world; Next Level Battle Circuit. Over the years, Shine has won multiple tournaments, and for Street Fighter V specifically, he qualified for the Zowie Fighter World Cup 2017 Grand Finals where he achieved a podium finish at 3rd place. He also achieved first place at the Go For Broke Winter Championships for Street Fighter V, and is the reigning ELEAGUE x Battlefy Street Fighter V Open Champion. Most recently, Shine was invited to Capcom’s Street Fighter League, and posted a 3rd place finish at Dreamhack Dallas.

Brad Vaughn aka "Scar" hails from Houston, Texas and started his pro fighting game career in 2012 with the release of Mortal Kombat 9. He started out as just an online warrior, but after a year or so, Scar linked up with a few other MK players in his city who introduced him to the competitive fighting game scene.

A few years and multiple MLG, EVO, ESL and Dreamhack finishes/winnings later, Scar is now known as one of the best in the world, consistently performing at the highest level of competitive play. Most recently, Scar defeated SonicFox in the Grand Finals of Combo Breaker, becoming the first player to ever win an MK11 Pro Kompetition title. He continues to strive for greatness and uses his platform as well as his stream to teach others about the world of FGC esports.

Wolfgang ‘wo1f” Braun is a professional PUBG player and currently serves as the in- game leader/bolt action player for ENDEMIC.

Before his success in PUBG, Braun was known as “wgb” in Overwatch; competing in the early OW competitive scene before eventually making the switch to PUBG. Before signing with END, Braun played with Evil Geniuses in the PUBG Qualifiers and Team Envy in the NPL Preseason.

Committed to the game, Wo1f has competed in numerous LANs and tournaments. His previous accomplishments include placing second at the PUBG Online Showdown, placing at multiple Curse Trials, and placing consistently during GLL season 2 and 3. He now brings his talent and energy to the National PUBG League. He currently resides in the Phoenix metropolitan area with his girlfriend and cat.

Jeremy "Krispyer" Walton is a 20 year old PUBG player from London, England. Krispyer has competed in PUBG since early 2017 Competiting in the EU region in different teams and also in the NA region. Started playing Counter-Strike and Overwatch and transitioned to PUBG, where he joined ENDEMIC.

In PUBG Krispyer has competed in many events leading up to the first season of the NPL. Some of his notable finishes are:

Joseph "SomeThang" White is professional PUBG player from Louisville, Kentucky. SomeThang played mainly on console before discovering PUBG but has always been a competitive gamer, regardless of platform. PUBG is the first game he’s ever gone pro in and has competed since beta playing in various tournaments worldwide.

Some of his achievements in PUBG are:

Noah "Relo" Jenkins has only just begun his competitive PUBG journey with only four months in the Tier 1 scene, having previously competed on a team under the name Head Hunters in the NPLC. Relo, now competing in the NPL, has officially started his ride to the top with incredibly strong teammates and doesn't plan to stop until he gets there.

Cole “gnomey” Garton has been competing in the PUBG scene from the beginning. Starting with the early days of third person duos and grinding leaderboards to competing under Evil Geniuses for the majority of his career. After playing and competing for close to two years, gnomey has transitioned to the role of analyst/coach to continue his journey to reach the top.