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Founded by Christopher "MonteCristo" Mykles in 2015, Renegades began its journey in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive by acquiring the Australian roster of VOX Eminor. Doing so turned Renegades into the second Australian organization to compete internationally. 

The former VOX roster featured current analyst and commentator Chad “Spunj” Burchill as well as Justin "jks" Savage and Aaron "AZR" Ward. Both jks and AZR remained with Renegades until the roster was transferred to 100 Thieves in 2019.

The organization was sold to NBA player Jonas Jerebko in 2016 after MonteCristo and other members of Renegades’ ownership group were suspended from operating a League of Legends team due to alleged roster tampering and “confrontations between management and players, refusal to honor payment and contract provisions, and failure to maintain a safe environment for all team members." This established Jerebko as one of the first individuals from traditional sports to invest in esports.

While Renegades qualified for the ESL One Katowice Major in 2015, it was unable to make an impact at the event, going 1-2 in the group stage. A second-place finish at DreamHack Winter 2015 was followed by Renegades failing to qualify for the MLG Columbus 2016 Major. Over the course of several months, the organization made and was subject to several roster changes.

Luke "Havoc" Paton was moved to the bench but retained stand-in status, while Spunj announced his retirement in June. Renegades signed Karlo “USTILO” Pivac and  Ricardo “Rickeh” Mulholland as their replacements. 

2017 brought Aleksandar “kassad” Trifunović to Renegades as a replacement for head coach  Nicholas “peekay” Wise. Over the course of the year, the organization saw Yaman "yam" Ergenekon leave for personal reasons and American Noah “Nifty” Francis take his place. Rickeh, too, left the team and was eventually replaced by another American, Kieth “NAF” Markcovic.  

Despite the roster moves, the team had its best year to date, finishing out 2017 with five wins. Most notably, Renegades managed to defeat at the Starladder iLeague Invitational 2 in November after taking home the top prizes at the Oceania Minor qualifiers for both PGL Krakow and the next year’s ELEAGUE Boston Major.

In 2018, the Renegades organization released USTILO and saw both American players move on to US-based teams. To fill the gaps, RNG signed three new players in Joakim “jkaem” Myrbostad, Jay “liazz” Tregillgas, and Sean “Gratisfaction” Kaiwai. This iteration of the roster would remain together until 100 Thieves’ acquisition of the team in late 2019.

Renegades competed at a number of notable tournaments from there, but never managed a win. At its lowest point, Renegades bombed out of the 2018 FACEIT London Major in 20th place. This was followed by a decent fifth-place finish at ESL Pro League’s Season 8 finals in December.

The next year followed the same trend, but top-eight showings at both the IEM Katowice Major 2019 and StarLadder Berlin Major, and a second-place trophy at the ECS Season 8 Finals, established the team as a bona fide CSGO elite. Soon after, the entire roster was sold to 100 Thieves.

To replace the lineup, Renegades purchased Grayhound Gaming’s roster in December 2019. The team consisted of a new generation of Australian Counter-Strike talent that included Chris “dexter” Nong, Liam “malta” Schembri, Simon “Sico”  Williams, Joshua “INS” Potter, and Oliver “DickStacy” Teirney. 

Even though DickStacy left the team in early January for health reasons, the beginning of 2020 looked bright for the new Renegades roster. The team once again qualified for the ESL One Rio Asia Minor with the addition of Jordan “Hatz” Bajic. It also took home a second-place win at DreamHack Open Leipzig 2020 after losing to BIG Clan in a best-of-three grand finals. 


2019-05-26MainCS Summit 42019-05-23MainESL Pro League 9 Americas2019-04-07SL i League StarSeries Season 72018-06-11Esports Championship Series Season 52019-06-02Main2019 DreamHack Masters Dallas2019-05-05Main2019 IEM XIV Sydney2019-06-09MainEsports Championship Series Season 72019-03-035-8thIEM Katowice Major 2019 2018-12-09MainESL Pro League Season 8 Finals2019-01-262019 Asia Minor Championship Katowice2018-11-263-4th2018 Toyota Masters Bangkok2018-11-12QualifierIEM Chicago 20182018-12-10MainESL Pro League Season 8 North America2018-09-232018 FACEIT Major London2018-09-302018 ESL One New York2018-06-172018 ESL One Belo Horizonte2018-07-202018 Asia Minor Championship London 2018-06-18Dreamhack Open Summer 20182018-02-25SL i League StarSeries Season 42018-01-282018 ELEAGUE Major2017-11-12iBUYPOWER Masters 20172017-10-05SL iLeague Invitational Shanghai 20172017-10-292018 ELEAGUE Asia Minor2017-10-142017 ELEAGUE CSGO Premier2018-01-31ESL Pro League Season 62017-09-192017 ESL One New York2017-12-04CyberPowerPC Extreme Gaming Series 20172017-07-232017 PGL Major Krakow2017-06-04ESL Pro League Season 52017-01-292017 ELEAGUE Major2016-11-13iBUYPOWER Masters 20162016-11-272016 DreamHack Winter2016-12-04ELEAGUE Season 22016-09-252016 eXTREMESLAND ZOWIE Asia2016-11-29ESL Pro League Season 42016-07-102016 ESL One Cologne2018-11-25MainEsports Championship Series Season 62018-10-14SL i League StarSeries Season 62018-06-03SL i League StarSeries Season 52018-07-082018 ESL One Cologne2018-05-07IEM Sydney 20182018-05-20ESL Pro League Season 72017-11-20IEM Oakland 20172017-10-232017 DreamHack Denver2017-11-05Starladder iLeague Invitational 22017-12-17Esports Championship Series Season 42017-07-242017 DreamHack Atlanta2017-06-202017 DreamHack Summer2017-05-07IEM Sydney 20172017-06-042017 PGL Asia Minor2016-10-30PGL eGG Minor Championship Asia2016-09-11SL i League StarSeries XV2018-04-22DreamHack Masters Marseille 20182018-03-05IEM Katowice 20182017-09-032017 DreamHack Masters Malmo2017-07-092017 ESL One Cologne2017-06-25Esports Championship Series Season 32017-04-10SL i League StarSeries Season 32016-12-20Esports Championship Series Season 22017-02-192017 DreamHack Masters Las Vegas2016-07-31ELEAGUE Season 12016-05-082016 PGL Asia Minor 2016-04-03MLG Major Championship Columbus2016-03-202016 iBP Spring Invitational2016-05-15ESL Pro League Season 32016-05-02CEVO Season 92016-04-172016 DreamHack Masters Malmo2016-02-022016 IEM Taipei Asia Minor2019-07-14Main2019 BLAST Pro Series Los Angeles2019-07-07Main2019 ESL One Cologne2019-07-21Main2019 IEM XIV Chicago2019-09-083-4th2019 StarLadder Berlin Major2019-10-274thSL i League StarSeries Season 82019-11-18QualifierESL Pro League 10 Americas2019-12-08MainESL Pro League 10 Finals2020-01-262nd2020 DreamHack Open Leipzig2020-03-05Qualifier2020 ESL One Rio Minor Championship Asia


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