• Alec "ShocK" Collins

    Alec has been competing in Gears of War for almost five full years, placing T4 at numerous LANs in Gears 4. Having been a part of notable organizations such as OpTic Gaming, Rise, and eUnited, ShocK is not afraid to make the dirty play to ensure his team a victory. DeToX and Shock have competed together many times, cementing their status as a formidable duo. Alec is from Greenville, South Carolina and is pursuing a degree in criminology.


    Received "Player of the Week" for week 1 of the Gears Esports 2020-21 Split 2 Pro League

    T4 2018 GPC Dallas Open, T3 2018 GPC Mexico City Open, T4 2019 GPC Mexico City Open

  • Anthony "DeToX" George

    Anthony or just "Ant", had his Gears of War career take off in Gears 4. While George achieved some T6 placings in that title, Detox most notably placed 3rd in the 2020 Spring Quarter Major in Gears 5 with Rise. You shouldn't be surprised to see DeToX clips filling your feed as the man is known for flashy highlight plays which showcase his skill.


    Eight Time UMG Emergence Days Winner

    T3 2019-20 Spring Quarter NA/LATAM Online Major, T6 2019 GPC Boston Open

  • Hunter "Tidy" Weinberg

    Tidy came onto the Gear of War scene alongside current teammate Demise as a part of Hive heading into the beginning of Gears 5. Hunter had been a staple of the Hive roster alongside Demise, meeting up with Shock briefly before joining the Red Rebellion. Tidy is an anchor on the map who his team can count on to make the right play.


    1st place Gears Esports 2019-20 NA Bravo Winter Pro League

    T4 2019-20 San Diego Major, T4 2019-20 Mexico City Major

  • Chris "Demise" Garcia

    Demise gained notoriety at the end of Gears 4, joining the Hive roster heading into Gears 5. Along with Tidy, Demise and Hive competed at a high level in the Pro League for most of Gears 5. Garcia and the current Elevate roster had to fight their way back into the Pro League through qualifiers.


    T4 2019-20 San Diego Major, T4 2019-20 Mexico City Major

    T6 2018 GPC San Diego Open

  • Tadeo "Chronos" Montiel

    Before joining Elevate, Chronos coached notable teams such as ESTORM, Team Agarthas, and Parallax Gaming. Montiel achieved a T4 placing with upstart Agarthas in the 2019-20 Spring Quarter NA/LATAM Online Major. Chronos coached the cross-region Elevate roster before taking charge of our current squad. Montiel also competes in Apex Legends.


    T4 2020 Spring Quarter NA/LATAM Major

    T6 2020-21 Split 2 Mid-Split Playoffs