Remington Ihringer 
United States
Free Agent
Free Agent
Finds new roster for CWL National Circuit Stage 2
March 14, 2018
Remy will team with Mochila and company for Stage 2 of the CWL National Circuit.
Remy had previously played under Amity Esports alongside Diabolic, Ivy and Mosh, before joining a relatively unheralded organization called FURY Gaming for CWL Atlanta. The team predictably struggled, finishing in 49-64th place, but alongside this new roster Remy could wind up providing a bit of competition for National Circuit Stage 2.
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Completes team for new year
September 27, 2017
Remy has completed his team, as he will be playing with Diabolic, Ivy and Mosh to start the new season.
We already knew Remy would be teaming with Mosh, so it's the addition of Diabolic and Ivy that brings with it a bit of headlines. A rough Infinite Warfare season overshadowed the success Diabolic and Ivy had throughout Black Ops III, which culminated in a surprising second-place run at the 2016 CWL Stage 2 Playoffs before ultimately petering out at CoD XP, failing to make it out of the group stages of the event. While this roster likely won't make headlines early, it seems to fit all four of the players' strengths well enough to imagine a scenario where this unit could qualify for Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League, should they get off to a fast start.
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Teaming with Mosh
September 5, 2017
Remy will be teaming with Mosh to start the new competitive season, his new teammate announced earlier this week.
In order for this roster to make waves in the competitive scene, the duo will need to pick up two other players on the rise, as both Remy and Mosh haven't exactly lit the world on fire thus far in their amateur careers.
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Uneven 2017 performance leads to free agency
August 28, 2017
Remy will be a free agent heading into the new competitive the season, the player announced on Sunday.
Remy had a brutal 2017 campaign, partnering with Team Allegiance for the better part of the year as the team just barely missed qualifying for Stage 1 of the CWL Global Pro League. Remy would go on to play for FURY Gaming and fail to qualify for the Call of Duty World Championships, so it makes sense that Remy would be looking for a new team heading into the year. Given the number of quality players already in the free agency pool, it seems unlikely that Remy will find his way onto an upper echelon team to begin the year.
Solid Uplink play despite loss
February 12, 2017
Remy clutched the Uplink despite a loss against PNDA Gaming on Day 2 of MLG Atlanta.
The European team tried to outsmart PNDA Gaming, but Remy ultimately couldn't keep up his slaying. Things got off to a rocky start with Round 1 Hardpoint where Remy stumbled behind SinfuL and Royalty. The hard-hitting PNDA Gaming was able to stagger Remy from supporting his team well. Round 3 Uplink, however, saw things change for the support player. Allegiance figured out they can out-rotate PNDA Gaming since they stack so heavily and closely. With Remy defending goal and ball spawn, he was able to put up a solid defense while Royalty and SinfuL played the map. Throughout the round, Remy was able to counter-play PNDA Gaming, such as early in the second half of Round 3 Uplink where he was able to get a quick toss after PNDA Gaming scored one. Things quickly fell apart in Round 4 Hardpoint. Remy couldn't keep up his slays while PNDA Gaming slammed points with the full force of their team. Remy closed Round 4 Hardpoint with a 13/21 KD.
Ugly KD line in loss to OpTic
February 11, 2017
Remy stumbled out of the gate against OpTic Gaming on Day 1 of MLG Atlanta, finishing Friday's contest with a disappointing 37/56 KD.
To be fair, Allegiance as a team struggled to do anything against a clearly motivated OpTic Gaming squad, but Remy's dismal performance certainly didn't help matters any. While Remy's Round 2 Search and Destroy was adequate, it was his respawn game modes that were a real problem, as the slayer put together a 32/50 KD combined between Round 1 Hardpoint and Round 3 Uplink.
Leads team to big victory
December 18, 2016
Remy put up an 88/84 KD in Allegiance's 3-2 win against Luminosity Gaming in the losers round of MLG Vegas.
Remy wasn't able to do much of anything early on in Round 1 Hardpoint. He had a poor KD and not enough time on the hill. It is certainly a round that all of Allegiance will want to forget. Round 2 Search & Destroy was a much better showing from all of Allegiance, with Remy slaying well to help his team get a win here. He posted a game-high nine kills. Remy continued to dominate by way of slaying in Round 3 Uplink, as he had 11 kills in the first three minutes of the first half. He also got the first points for Allegiance with a throw-in and a dunk. Those points turned out to be the difference maker in this win to give Allegiance a 2-1 series lead. Remy was the main slayer for his team in Round 4 Hardpoint, but LG just held on to the points from beginning to end in the 250-141 loss. Remy continued the trend of coming in clutch for his team with an 8/8 KD.
Has a difficult time as support
December 18, 2016
Remy decent support with a 78/80 KD in loss against Cloud9 on Day 2 of MLG Vegas.
Remy couldn't do much in a difficult and drawn-out series. Playing support and objective, Remy struggled to keep his team afloat while Cloud9 battered them. Remy did very well in Round 4 Hardpoint with a 36/20 KD and a 1:36 objective time, largely thanks to Royality dominating the map. That's not to say Remy didn't put up an excellent defense on the Hardpoints. However, in the other rounds, Remy couldn't find too many kills. Round 1 Hardpoint Remy was the polar opposite of Round 4 Hardpoint Remy. Then, in Round 5 Search & Destroy, Remy was basically a non-presence for his team with a 2/8 KD. However, considering the circumstances, Remy was a very good support.
Blended into background
December 17, 2016
Remy played slow-and-steady with a 74/66 KD in a win on Day 1 of MLG Vegas against compLexity Gaming.
Remy was an odd duck this series. He seemed to make little impact in the series, but he also held a strong defense for his team. Round 1 Hardpoint saw Remy go 25/17 KD as he held the backlines, which was especially important in the back half of the round. However, while Remy was good at holding and cleaning up, he struggled in teamfights. This was seen in Round 3 Uplink on Throwback where the first half was an awkward, brutal ballad for the two teams. The ball spawn allowed both teams to flank each other, which was difficult for Remy to counter from the backline. Neither was able to find much of a position. Remy closed Round 5 Search & Destroy with a 3/2 KD.
Shakey performance chokes important match
September 3, 2016
Remy falters with a 65/63 KD against Millenium on Day 3 of Call of Duty XP.
Remy was up-and-down in Round 1 Hardpoint, starting strong with killstreaks, but couldn't find much use for Scorestreaks. Round 1 Hardpoint did see some nice, smaller killstreaks that helped his team push into points, and some good trading on the Hardpoints. But as the game dragged on, Remy found himself slowly outmatched by Millenium. He was unable to keep up the gunfights in Round 2 Search & Destroy and Round 3 Uplink, often founding himself traded out. He couldn't get any kill in the face of Millenium's gunfire, especially since Remy's team slowly started to fly apart. Remy and his team slowly stopped stacking on each other as the Allegiance's poor spawns staggered their movements.
Doesn't do much in loss to Luminosity
September 2, 2016
Remy posted an 84/101 KD in Allegiance's 3-2 loss to Luminosity on Friday.
Remy left quite a bit to be desired in the close 3-2 loss to Luminosity. He started off poorly in Round 1 Hardpoint with just 1:04 of time on the hill, but it ended up being just enough in the 250-234 win for Allegiance. He was very strong in Search & Destroy, even though his team wasn't able to get the win. He was better in Round 3 Uplink as he started with a nice throw-in to close the gap late in the first half. He made another good rotation in the second half to get a throw-in right before dying, which tied it at six. That was all they needed to send it to OT, where they got the 8-6 win. Remy was mainly in the support role for Round 4 Capture the Flag. He picked up two early kills to get the first flag grab for Xotic. They got two caps overall, but still lost the round. He was one of the better Allegiance members in Round 5 Search & Destroy, when he had a nice play early on in a 1-vs-1 situation to get the bomb plant on B. He then got the kill to secure the game win. That would be one of only two game wins for them, as the lost 6-2. They will now fight for their lives against Millenium Saturday morning.
Becomes newest member of Team Allegiance
July 25, 2016
Remy has signed on with Team Allegiance, a new organization in Call of Duty, and is expected to compete at MLG Orlando.
Remy underwent a tumultuous run through Black Ops III, first finding his way onto eLevate before being released at the end of Stage 1. After flirting with Counter Logic Gaming for MLG Anaheim, Remy instead pivoted to join Aches on 100 Thieves; a move so ill-fated that the team managed to just win two games the rest of the season. Now on Team Allegiance, it seems as if Remy may finally have a roster capable of competing against the giants in the CWL, with teammates Mochila and Royalty both boasting CWL experience. Remy's chance at reaching the World Championship now rides on his team's ability to navigate the open water waves of MLG Orlando, as the team must place high in the event in order to qualify for the cumulative event in September.
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Dropped from 100 Thieves
July 8, 2016
Remy has been released from 100 Thieves following their final matchup of Stage 2, the team reported on Thursday.
Remy joined the team along with Aches in May, a move heralded by some as the turning point for the new organization. However, that turning point never came to be as 100 Thieves limped to a 4-18 record. Remy did post the second-best KD ratio of anyone on his team (0.88), but that number only indicates how poorly the team did throughout Stage 2, as three of the four starters finished in the bottom third of that category.
Remy: Forgoes contract with CLG for 100 Thieves
May 24, 2016
Remy has signed on with 100 Thieves, team owner Nadeshot reported Monday.
After the team signed Aches to replace Nelson, it only seemed like a matter of time until Remy would join him on his newest organization. Remy reportedly signed on with Counter Logic Gaming with the intent to compete at MLG Anaheim, but it's clear the lure to return to the CWL was too great to pass up. He'll join a roster seemingly in chaos, as multiple roster moves and accusations of improper payment for players have riddled 100 Thieves. Remy and Aches should provide a bit of stability and leadership to a team that sits at 2-6, but they could easily find themselves in the playoffs with a strong end to Stage 2.
Remy: Joins CLG with intent to compete at Anaheim
May 13, 2016
Remy has signed on with Counter Logic Gaming, new teammate Methodz announced Thursday.
Remy was released from eLevate after a disappointing start to Stage 2 of the CWL, in which he struggled to do much against Team EnVyUs and H2K. However, a new home with Counter Logic could be just what Remy needs to right the ship, as it appears as if his new club might have a roster capable of challenging some teams currently in the CWL. Their success at MLG Anaheim, the next major tournament, will likely depend on another new addition, Aches, but Remy should provide a veteran presence to a team that could be in need of a steady hand.
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