After a short break from the eSports industry, CheckSix Gaming is pleased to announce the organizations return to the gaming community. CheckSix is a professional eSports organization founded in 2003 by Rich Howard, originally as an America’s Army team. The organization quickly grew into multiple other games, and was home to top teams in Call of Duty, Counter-Strike, Battlefield, Tekken and Unreal Tournament.
CheckSix Gaming is a top team in North America and has always competed at the highest level of competition. The organization has competed in many prestigious leagues such as Cyber Professional League, Championship Gaming Series, and Major League Gaming; considered a pioneer in the eSports industry as one of the first organizations in North America.
“CheckSix Gaming has always established itself as a top team in North America. We look forward to returning to the top level of competition, starting with PUBG and working our way into other games we have a legacy in.”
– Matt Kohn, Managing Director
Our legacy contains notable titles among the top games and our organization has helped output phenomenal house hold players like: Spencer “Hiko” Martin, Jordan “n0thing” Gilbert, Danny “fRoD” Montaner,Tom “Tsquared” Taylor and Rafik “LoSt-CaUsE” Bryant
The organization is pleased to announce that they will be competing in the budding competitive scene around the battle royale video game, PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS. PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUND game is the latest phenomenon to captivate eSports community and CheckSix is enthusiastic about being apart of the game’s future.
“Our goal is to provide our fans, the community, and our partners with the highest quality of eSports entertainment around. We’re please to relaunch the organization and will support Shaffer through these initial phases.”
– Rich Howard, Director of Operations
CheckSix Gaming is proud to sign the “Ohio Rebels” which will be led by Lloyd “Shaffer” Shaffer, effective September 15, 2017. The team roster will consist of: Lloyd “Shaffer” Shaffer, Nick “Durbdawg” Durbin, Jeremy “TheOneJ” O’Neal, and Joe “Acidelus” Colacino. To learn more about these players go here.