ShAnE
Shane McKerral 
United Kingdom
Renegades
Listed on Renegades roster
November 20, 2017
ShAnE was listed on the Renegades roster during the most recent European 2K, Mike Kent of Dexerto reports.
ANALYSIS
Perhaps one of the more well known players in all of Europe given he's played in every Call of Duty World Championship since its inception, Renegades appears to have discarded one former professional, Jake, for another, bringing on ShAnE for the most recent European 2K. While the organization has yet to make an official announcement, more information regarding the move should arrive prior to CWL Dallas in December.
Free Agent
New team set for 2018
October 11, 2017
ShAnE will be teaming with Qwiker, Desire and Alexx, his teammate confirmed via Twitter.
ANALYSIS
ShAnE is perhaps the most notable name of the bunch, having taken part in every Call of Duty World Championships since its inception. He'll join a team full of players who have competed on the big stage in the past, including Desire, who finished in fourth place at the 2016 Call of Duty World Championships.
Best player in a sea of poor play
August 10, 2017
ShAnE put up a 78/84 KD in Vitality's loss against Luminosity Gaming in Pool D on Day 2 of the 2017 Call of Duty World Championship that eliminated them from playoff contention.
ANALYSIS
ShAnE tried his best to give his team the win in this series, but was simply unable to carry the team on his own. Sure, he may have had the most deaths, but that's what happens when you're trying to constantly make plays for your team. He managed to get them a win in Round 2 Search & Destroy with some strong individual plays, but this doesn't work in respawn modes. They were simply unable to make headway in objectives during these rounds. The slaying was there at times, but either they had poor rotations or no control over the drone. It was simply a lackluster performance that led to their demise as a team.
Continues record of qualifying for CoD Champs
July 3, 2017
ShAnE became only the third player since the Call of Duty World Championships inception to qualify for each of the yearly installments, helping Team Vitality navigate the European Last Chance Qualifiers.
ANALYSIS
It's a badge of honor for the veteran slayer, but ShAnE and company barely managed to make it there, falling to the lower bracket after a loss to MRN Black before knocking off two other teams to qualify. As a result, it's hard to predict Vitality making a very long run at CoD Champs.
Good things despite loss
June 24, 2017
ShAnE did some good things in the match, but it was all for naught as VItality lost 3-1 to Epsilon eSports at CWL Sheffield on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
ShAnE was one of the best members of Vitality in the Round 1 Hardpoint loss. Despite facing Epsilon's offensive onslaught, he actually led a mini-comeback attempt, and got Vitality to 150 points. While that is still significantly far from a round win, he made Epsilon eSports sweat. ShAnE had an important kill in Round 2 Search & Destroy. He got the final kill in Game 9, which spurned the comeback -- the next two rounds were won by Vitality, and they secured a round win. Round 3 Uplink was very low-scoring in the first half, but saw a huge second half by Epsilon eSports clinch the round. ShAnE went 28/30 in the round, scoring none of the team's three points. He was an objective monster in Round 4 Hardpoint, netting 1:47 on the objective in the round. He only had a KD of 23/24, and was powerless to stop Dqvee and Joshh from pulling off the comeback.
Holds his team together
April 15, 2017
ShAnE started the impressive comeback for his team in a tight win against ArmaTeam on Day 2 of CWL Birmingham.
ANALYSIS
ShAnE was subtle, but important player that saved his team from an embarrassing loss. Things looked dire in Round 1 Hardpoint when ArmaTeam's Carbon was able to drop a Warden Scorestreak within the first minute of the match his ArmaTeam's Zayrox dropped an impressive ten killstreak. However, despite the massive slaying ArmaTeam never pulled ahead of Vitality and it was thanks to ShAnE. ShAnE always challenged ArmaTeam's weak control of the Hardpoint. While Carbon and Zayrox were trying to reap kills they neglected to stand near the Hardpoint, giving ShAnE ample time to stall points. It wasn't long until ShAnE was able to stall long enough for his team to wake up and beat ArmaTeam.
Leaves The Imperial for Vitality
April 9, 2017
ShAnE joins a fresh Vitality mere weeks after joining The Imperial, the organization announced Friday.
ANALYSIS
Typical of Call of Duty, roster swaps are quick and brutal. Only after joining The Imperial two weeks ago, ShAnE will now be joining Vitality after the organization's extended absence. ShAnE will be playing alongside Defrag, Zerg and Vitality veteran Wailers. The new team will be entering into CWL Birmingham. However, the sudden rooster swap may be the team's undoing since it leaves little time for the team to scrim together before their big tournament.
Signs back on with The Imperial
March 24, 2017
ShAnE will rejoin The Imperial, his new teammate Desire announced on Friday.
ANALYSIS
ShAnE recently played with The Imperial last month, but the organization opted to release the team following a handful of poor finishes at past events. Now back on The Imperial, ShAnE figures to have a good enough lineup to at least push for qualification to CWL Pro League Stage 2. With a handful of other tournaments taking place leading up to the relegation matches, The Imperial will have time to gel before that opportunity comes.
Okay in defeat
February 11, 2017
ShAnE did not have any kind of performance to remember as The Imperial were swept by Team 3G. He had a KD ratio of 46/49 in the match.
ANALYSIS
ShAnE was not the worst member of The Imperial in this Day 2 match at MLG Atlanta, but he was not extraordinary either. He pitched in with a minute of objective time in Round 1 Hardpoint, as well as 21 kills, but it was an empty showing -- there was not much consistency to his game. That was not just his problem, however, consistency plagued the entire team throughout the match. He opened up Round 2 Search & Destroy with the final kill of game one, and had a team-high six kills in the eight game round loss, but, again, it was not enough to overcome a Team 3G squad that was on fire. The Imperial got shut out in Round 3 Uplink, which speaks for itself. There was basically no offense to The Imperial, as they ended the match meekly.
Has most kills on his team, but just poor play overall
September 2, 2016
ShAnE put up a lowly 56/68 KD in LDLC's 3-0 trouncing at the hands of OpTic.
ANALYSIS
ShAnE had the most kills for his team in the really lopsided loss to OpTic, but that wasn't saying much, since his KD was still pretty substandard. He only had 22 seconds of time on the hill in Round 1 Hardpoint and was never able to rotate with the best of them. They ended up losing 250-98. He started off Search & Destroy with no kills in the first three games. He did pick up a couple kills in games four and five, but it was too little too late, as they were taken down 6-0. Round 3 Uplink was another complete trouncing at the hands of OpTic. He had a subpar first half before picking up the first blood of the second half to try and secure the drone, but it didn't really work out for him. LDLC have a lot of work ahead of them before they will ever be able to compete with the big boys of the Call of Duty scene.