Season: 2015

2015 Season

1.Dota 2$31,050,786.86983 Players227 Tournaments
2.League of Legends$7,718,307.161921 Players311 Tournaments
3.Counter-Strike: Global Offensive$6,284,970.143021 Players707 Tournaments
4.SMITE$3,709,088.73252 Players42 Tournaments
5.StarCraft II$3,017,759.24501 Players690 Tournaments
6.Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare$2,484,861.12758 Players365 Tournaments
7.Heroes of the Storm$2,470,686.83666 Players286 Tournaments
8.Hearthstone$2,372,583.73563 Players251 Tournaments
9.World of Tanks$1,203,054.52248 Players20 Tournaments
10.Heroes of Newerth$810,839.41259 Players76 Tournaments
11.Ultra Street Fighter IV$642,578.64148 Players123 Tournaments
12.Super Smash Bros. Melee$514,706.42557 Players533 Tournaments
13.CrossFire$500,714.08135 Players73 Tournaments
14.World of WarCraft$470,948.7082 Players20 Tournaments
15.Halo 2 Anniversary$378,667.4581 Players13 Tournaments
16.Super Smash Bros. for Wii U$274,699.63478 Players293 Tournaments
17.Mortal Kombat X$232,922.4365 Players40 Tournaments
18.Attack on Titan Tribute Game$220,200.0028 Players15 Tournaments
19.WarCraft III$219,597.8756 Players58 Tournaments
20.Age of Empires II$203,606.83231 Players18 Tournaments
21.Vainglory$193,392.5483 Players4 Tournaments
22.H1Z1$173,328.0020 Players2 Tournaments
23.StarCraft: Brood War$153,783.6781 Players55 Tournaments
24.Point Blank$143,097.75103 Players11 Tournaments
25.Evolve$131,509.05110 Players33 Tournaments
26.FIFA 15$129,565.09148 Players297 Tournaments
27.Magic: The Gathering Online$116,000.0016 Players1 Tournament
28.Guild Wars 2$115,930.1439 Players34 Tournaments
29.Blade & Soul$103,401.1216 Players2 Tournaments
30.Tekken 7$97,214.2714 Players3 Tournaments
31.S.K.I.L.L. – Special Force 2$91,548.9565 Players16 Tournaments
32.Battlefield 4$83,382.9793 Players69 Tournaments
33.Killer Instinct (2013)$83,227.5743 Players13 Tournaments
34.Team Fortress 2$82,721.87195 Players18 Tournaments
35.Call of Duty: Black Ops III$77,597.45145 Players23 Tournaments
36.Project M$57,236.28213 Players72 Tournaments
37.KartRider$54,188.0012 Players1 Tournament
38.Quake Live$49,091.8951 Players41 Tournaments
39.Counter-Strike Online$40,000.0015 Players1 Tournament$39,694.67113 Players6 Tournaments
41.Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-$30,335.6669 Players28 Tournaments
42.Halo 5: Guardians$28,490.9435 Players7 Tournaments
43.Pro Evolution Soccer 2015$26,544.763 Players1 Tournament
44.TrackMania 2: Stadium$24,265.7733 Players15 Tournaments
45.Rocket League$23,976.5695 Players79 Tournaments
46.FIFA 16$22,133.6119 Players10 Tournaments
47.Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3$21,643.7272 Players24 Tournaments$20,859.9869 Players16 Tournaments
49.FIFA Online 3$20,124.008 Players2 Tournaments
50.ShootMania Storm$17,028.6714 Players4 Tournaments
51.Persona 4 Arena Ultimax$16,528.1641 Players10 Tournaments
52.Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition$13,712.988 Players1 Tournament
53.Battlefield Hardline$13,463.2820 Players1 Tournament
54.Age of Empires$12,939.0026 Players9 Tournaments
55.Super Smash Bros.$11,915.7057 Players19 Tournaments
56.Super Smash Bros. Brawl$9,890.0043 Players7 Tournaments
57.Grey Goo$6,000.0012 Players3 Tournaments
58.Call of Duty: Black Ops 2$5,000.004 Players1 Tournament
59.osu!$5,000.00239 Players1 Tournament
60.Tekken Tag Tournament 2$4,606.4429 Players11 Tournaments
61.rFactor 2$4,135.9934 Players1 Tournament
62.Skullgirls Encore$3,915.4023 Players6 Tournaments
63.Brawlhalla$3,710.0048 Players13 Tournaments
64.Dead or Alive 5: Last Round$3,709.2428 Players7 Tournaments
65.Overwatch$3,320.0044 Players10 Tournaments
66.NHL 15$3,157.163 Players3 Tournaments
67.Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare$2,703.330 Players1 Tournament
68.Gears of War 3$2,700.0013 Players2 Tournaments
69.NHL ’94$2,691.2016 Players2 Tournaments
70.Project Cars$2,190.0015 Players39 Tournaments
71.Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory$2,107.3018 Players1 Tournament
72.Age of Empires III$1,995.0016 Players3 Tournaments
73.Reflex$1,962.009 Players3 Tournaments
74.Under Night In-Birth EXE: Late$1,695.7625 Players8 Tournaments
75.King of Fighters XIII$1,460.3131 Players8 Tournaments
76.Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike$1,224.8610 Players4 Tournaments
77.Divekick$1,110.005 Players2 Tournaments
78.Shards of War$1,029.2120 Players1 Tournament
79.Rising Thunder$1,000.003 Players1 Tournament
80.Tetris$1,000.004 Players1 Tournament
81.BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend$944.2115 Players5 Tournaments
82.Soul Calibur V$920.0016 Players4 Tournaments
83.Injustice: Gods Among Us$870.008 Players3 Tournaments
84.Splatoon$770.003 Players3 Tournaments
85.Street Fighter X Tekken$600.006 Players2 Tournaments
86.TrackMania 2: Canyon$540.663 Players1 Tournament
87.Trackmania 2: Valley$540.663 Players1 Tournament
88.BlazBlue: Chronophantasma$485.5824 Players5 Tournaments
89.Legend of Glory$472.660 Players1 Tournament
90.Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel$464.003 Players1 Tournament
91.Super Street Fighter II Turbo$328.696 Players2 Tournaments
92.Unreal Tournament (2016)$314.639 Players2 Tournaments
93.Mortal Kombat 9$190.003 Players1 Tournament
94.Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3$150.003 Players1 Tournament
95.Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown$145.233 Players1 Tournament
96.Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R$120.0010 Players2 Tournaments
97.Capcom vs. SNK 2$61.793 Players1 Tournament
98.Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax$60.003 Players1 Tournament
99.QuakeWorld$55.091 Player1 Tournament
100.Marvel vs. Capcom 2$0.0011 Players2 Tournaments
101.Melty Blood: Actress Again$0.008 Players1 Tournament



Generic team for listing stats on the website. All placements over 4th place, such as 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and so on, will be covered by this team.

Pink Wall

The Pink Wall competed at the 2015 UMG Dallas COD esports event against the casters on July 11th, 2015. The Pink Wall roster was Tmartn, Drift0r, Impulse, and Legiqn.


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Then at the MLG Anaheim Open in 2016 they competed and finished in the top 104 teams. Later in 2017 they played  in a series of competitive MLG GameBattles matches against the Old Men of OpTic on COD4: Modern Warfare Remastered. Then in 2020, the Pink Wall competed in the COD Challengers Atlanta Open tournament.



KARNAGE Clan is an organization focused on gaming entertainment, providing content to its audience of over a collective 10 million followers within its network that is highly personable and of great standard.

KARNAGE Clan, established in 2011, is a professional gaming entertainment organization. KARNAGE Clan focuses on team based video content including in-game challenges and gameplay. The organization has built a following of over 725,000 subscribers and accumulated over 100,000,000 total views. KARNAGE Clan consists of over 15 talented content creators that each have built successful brands and followings of their own. Our total network following has over 10,000,000 subscribers and averages 15,000,000 – 20,000,000 views on a monthly basis. KARNAGE Clan works closely with partners including G FUEL Energy, Scuf Gaming, Respawn Products and KontrolFreek in collaborating with the brands they use and believe in. KARNAGE Clan intends to pursue rosters in the Esports scene in the foreseeable future.

Active KARNAGE Clan Player Roster

Active KARNAGE Clan Player Roster

Drift0rCall of Duty Pro, Fortnite Pro, Personality, Pro Player, Warzone Pro
ShawnJPersonality, Warzone Pro
krng oceaneopzTheOceaneOpzPersonality, Warzone Pro

Social Media

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This is the verified KARNAGE Clan Twitter feed.


This is a playlist of all of the official KARNAGE Clan YouTube channel videos.


This is the official KARNAGE Clan Discord channel.


This is the official KARNAGE Clan’s Facebook page.


This is the official KARNAGE Clan Instagram feed.

KARNAGE Clan Team Gallery Past And Present
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Team Justus

Team Justus is a professional Call of Duty team.




Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (2015)

During the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare season the owners of JusTus and Most Wanted unofficially announced a merger which allowed Team JusTus to receive the spot for MLG CoD League Season 1.

Once the RosterMania dust had settled, JusTus’s roster was announced as Mochila, EnableClassic, and Slacked.

The four saw great success online, placing well in many Major League Gaming 2K & 5K Series.

They were favored to place well at MLG Columbus in 2014 due to each player’s individual demonstrated skill online. They advanced from their pool 3-0 to face OpTic Gaming in Round one of the Championship Winners’ Bracket. In an intense series, they fell in a Game 5 SnD, dropping to Losers’ to face Dream Team. They defeated dT 3-1 to face Denial eSports. Unfortunately they were unable to get much going and took a 3-0 sweep from Denial to finish in 8th place at Columbus.