OGRE2

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OGRE2
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Background Information
NameTom Ryan
Country of Birth
United States
BirthdayAugust 3, 1986 (age 34)
Residency
NA
North America
Competitive
TeamFlorida Mutineerslogo std.pngFLA Mutineers
Role
General Manager
Previous Role(s)Player
Social Media & Links
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Team History
Jan 2013 - Apr 2013RAGElogo std.pngRAGE
Nov 2013 - Mar 2014Final-Boss.pngFinal Boss
Nov 2018 - Aug 2019
Team Reciprocitylogo std.pngTeam Reciprocity
Aug 2019 - Present
Florida Mutineerslogo std.pngFLA Mutineers

Tom "OGRE2" Ryan is a retired Call of Duty esports player, currently the general manager of Florida Mutineers. He is considered the greatest Halo player of all time. For information about his Halo career, check out his Halo-esports Gamepedia page.

Biography[edit]

Black Ops 2[edit]

Tom started playing video games around the age of 5 and has been competitively playing games since early 2003. He won over 40 major LAN events and five MLG National Championships in Halo. With the downfall of Halo eSports at the end of 2012, Ogre 2 made the switch to Black Ops 2 with the plan to compete at Call of Duty Championship 2013. His team, RAGE, lost in Losers Bracket Round 2 of MLG Winter Championship 2013, but was able to qualify for the event through Black Ops 2 League Play. The team only managed one map win and placed 17-32nd at Call of Duty Championship 2013.

Ghosts[edit]

OGRE2 revived the Final Boss name from his Halo days for the Ghosts season. He competed in a few more events but he never placed well. He then retired from gaming in March after failing to qualify for Call of Duty Championship 2014. He started playing Halo competitively again in late 2014.

Trivia[edit]

  • He has a twin brother, Dan "OGRE1" Ryan, who is also a retired professional gamer.
  • His name OGRE was randomly generated. But he became OGRE2 because he was born second to his twin brother OGRE1.
  • Most successful console gamer (in regards to tournament placings/wins/wins in different game titles).

Achievements[edit]

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Minimum place
Tournament tier
OGRE2 Tournament Results
GameDatePlPrizeEventRoster
2020-01-315 - 8 In The Know Bowl 2020Logo std.pngOGRE OGRE2 •  Leonard Williams
2014-04-2017 - 32 MLG GameBattles 2000 Series 2014-04-20CompLexity Gaminglogo std.pngcoL ACHES •  OGRE2 •  Crimsix •  Karma
2014-03-0913 - 16 Call of Duty Championship 2014 US Regional FinalFinal-Boss.pngFB OGRE2 •  Snip3down •  SnakeBite •  Ace
2014-02-2317 - 32 MLG GameBattles 5000 Series 2014-02-23Final-Boss.pngFB OGRE2 •  Snip3down •  SnakeBite •  Ace
2014-02-08Q Call of Duty Championship 2014 US Online Qualifier 2Final-Boss.pngFB OGRE2 •  Snip3down •  SnakeBite •  Ace
2014-02-0217 - 32 MLG GameBattles 2000 Series 2014-02-02Final-Boss.pngFB OGRE2 •  Snip3down •  SnakeBite •  Ace
2014-02-019 - 16 Call of Duty Championship 2014 US Online Qualifier 1Final-Boss.pngFB OGRE2 •  Snip3down •  SnakeBite •  Ace
2014-01-2617 - 32 MLG GameBattles 2000 Series 2014-01-26Final-Boss.pngFB OGRE2 •  Snip3down •  SnakeBite •  Ace
2014-01-192$ 750$ 750$ 750 eBash Ghosts January TournamentFinal-Boss.pngFB OGRE2 •  Snip3down •  SnakeBite •  Ace
2014-01-199 - 16 MLG GameBattles 2000 Series 2014-01-19Final-Boss.pngFB OGRE2 •  Snip3down •  SnakeBite •  Ace

Media[edit]

  • 2013
  • 2019
  • 2020

Gallery[edit]

Redirects

The following pages redirect here:

References