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Those of you that are familiar with Bungie’s Destiny community should recognize the name Mesa Sean instantly.

This YouTube content creator and live streamer has been making his rounds on the platform for years, serving up all things related to Destiny on his dedicated channel to a quarter of a million subscribers. He also founded one of the biggest Destiny groups on Facebook with over 67,000 members. It’s safe to say that when it comes to all things surrounding Bungie’s hit game, he covers all the bases.


The Latest Drop

To recognize Mesa Sean’s contributions and accomplishments, today we are launching new SCUF IMPACT and Vantage controller designs based on the man himself, one of Team SCUF’s most dedicated members.

Inspired by his main channel art, Mesa Sean’s controller is pure rock ‘n’ roll. His design sees smoke drifting in fiery hues from two purple skulls atop a black background. Meanwhile, Mesa Sean’s signature logo and the hashtag #MadeItToTheEnd are placed on the edges to give this design its final touches.


Follow Mesa Sean

Make sure to keep up with Mesa Sean for his Destiny 2 coverage on the road to Shadowkeep in September. You can follow him on social media via the links below:


Meet NepentheZ, Spencer FC, AA9Skillz, & MSdossary

We take competitive FIFA very seriously here on Team SCUF. Scoring goals is serious business. Defending from incoming scores is equally so. That said, we look for players who have the skills that can really round out our team. Here’s a look at some of the members of Team SCUF who are dominating the game when it comes to playing FIFA.


Celebrating nearly a decade of creating FIFA content, NepentheZ has become one of the biggest gamers in the UK. His following on YouTube and Twitch resides at over 2.5 million fans combined, and continues to grow while NepentheZ builds his audience on Mixer with consistent “Road to Glory” FIFA plays.

NepentheZ always broadcasts with a great deal of energy and charm, always thanking his followers and inviting them to join the fun. He interacts with his audience quite a bit – and he even challenges himself to do wild things. For instance, he just recently dyed his hair pink (yes, including his beard)! Further notable activities include taking part in Spencer FC’s Wembley Cup and participating in multiple Sidemen charity football matches. He’s also avid about his Minecraft sessions as well.

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Hashtag United

Founded in 2014 by YouTube superstar Spencer FC, Hashtag United has quickly earned a following for itself with a constant stream of entertaining content that mixes FIFA gaming as well as real-life football. They won the Eastern Counties League Division One South title after playing their first season in the English football pyramid. What’s more, they keep their fanbase of over 460,000 subscribers engaged with activities, including their Academy Series, where they search for new talent; as well as Challenges, in which they keep players up to speed with trials and tasks.

For those wanting to take their Hashtag United fandom to the next level, pick up their unique design on SCUF Infinity4PS Pro or IMPACT.


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Next up on Team SCUF is AA9Skillz. As the head of the mighty Booyah Nation, Skillz leads a community of over 1.7 million subscribers on his YouTube channel and is quite the specialist when it comes to building squads within FIFA 19. AA9Skillz specializes in delivering a high level of energy, one that keeps his Booyah Nation enthused with each new video that he posts. You can see as such in the example above in which he discusses the latest packs he opens with FIFA 19’s Ultimate Team mode. He goes non-stop, but you can see just how much love he pours into the game.

It’s this level of expertise and experience that makes AA9Skillz such a key member to Team SCUF!

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Last but certainly not least is FIFA World Champion and 2018 Esports Awards Console Player of the Year: MSdossary from Saudi Arabia.

A proud member of the championship team Rogue, MSdossary has taken part in a number of professional tournaments, including the eMBS Cup 2019 and the eSaudi Professional League 2019, where he easily managed a first place victory. His skills are unmatched in the world of FIFA, as you can see from his match-up with F2Tekkz from earlier this year in the FUT Champions Cup above.MSdossary is quite talkative and friendly with his community and happy to share his soccer expertise with others, making him a perfect fit with Team SCUF!

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Welcome aboard to our team members, and welcome to the family!


21 new controller designs let fans represent hometown NBA 2K League teams

ATLANTA, June 21, 2019 — Scuf Gaming®, innovator and creator of high-performance gaming controllers, and the NBA 2K League are launching a collection of controllers to celebrate each of the 21 teams in the NBA 2K League.

Available for the high-performance SCUF Vantage controller, officially licensed for PlayStation 4, each NBA 2K League team controller features a unique design, including a faceplate emblazoned with one of the NBA 2K League team’s respective colors and logo. The Vantage boasts a suite of customizable features designed to allow gamers to use more of their hands and improve performance and comfort. SCUF controllers are relied upon in competition by many of the NBA 2K League's marquee professional players.

“This collection is a nod to the league’s fans, who are just as faithful and loyal as those that cheer on live basketball,” said Scuf Gaming founder and CEO Duncan Ironmonger. “Whether it’s the royal purple and gold of Lakers Gaming, the iconic blue and orange of Knicks Gaming, or any other team, fans can now represent their favorite team when they are gaming.”

The launch is an extension of Scuf Gaming’s ongoing sponsorship as the Official Gaming Controller of the NBA 2K League, and the launch of the official SCUF Vantage NBA2KL controller in March 2019.

Currently in its second season, the NBA 2K League is composed of affiliates of 21 NBA teams participating in an 18-week competitive campaign, culminating with the NBA 2K League Playoffs, which tip off Wednesday, July 24, and the NBA 2K League Finals on Saturday, Aug. 3. Hawks Talon GC, Nets GC, Lakers Gaming, and T-Wolves Gaming are new to the NBA 2K League this season.

“We’ve been a foundational partner with the NBA 2K League since its first season, supporting the league and providing players with high-performance equipment to play at the highest levels,” continued Ironmonger. “As the league grows, we’re excited to bring fans even closer to the action.”

The new SCUF Vantage NBA 2K League team collection (starting at $199.95) is now available in the US & Canada through Scuf Gaming’s website, and individual team faceplate kits ($29.95) will become available next week. For more information and to view photos of the collection, please visit

About the NBA 2K League

The NBA 2K League, a professional esports league co-founded by the NBA and Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (NASDAQ:TTWO), launched in 2018 and features the best NBA 2K players in the world. Each of the league’s 21 teams features six players who compete as unique characters in 5-on-5 play against the other teams in a mix of regular-season games, tournaments and playoffs. Knicks Gaming won the first-ever NBA 2K League Finals on Saturday, Aug. 25, 2018. The league’s second season takes place from April-August 2019. For more information about the NBA 2K League, visit


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Call of Duty Sniper Image

For 2019, Call of Duty founding studio Infinity Ward is back at the helm for the development of the next Call of Duty game, which will see the return of iconic Modern Warfare series for the first time since 2011.

This installment of Call of Duty isn’t a prequel or sequel to the original Modern Warfare series but rather a reimagining, powered by a brand-new engine that will provide a new level of realism to gameplay and storytelling. Real, grounded warfare is coming back to the Call of Duty universe.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will feature a single player campaign, a welcome return for those who missed it in Black Ops 4. When the reveal trailer premiered in May, not only were Tier 1 Operators and Rebel Fighters shown taking on a variety of missions in London and Middle East, but confirmation was made of the return of fan-favorite Modern Warfare character Captain Price.

Later at E3, Infinity Ward showcased their first look at extended campaign gameplay behind closed doors to members of the media, gaining many positive reactions.

Of course, the new title includes multiplayer. It promises to be better than ever before with confirmation of cross play between platforms and the decision to forgo the traditional season pass, bringing the entire Call of Duty community closer together for the first time ever. Meanwhile, the co-op Spec Ops mode—not seen since Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3—was also confirmed.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare Soldiers

When Call of Duty: Modern Warfare lands October 25 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC worldwide, you already know Team SCUF be ready for all-out warfare. Until then we’ll be paying close attention as details emerge to help you stay in competitive form!

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E3 Fornite and Stranger Things

We’re more than ready for the competition to heat up with the upcoming Fortnite World Cup, but that’s not stopping Epic Games from bringing the fire this summer. Word coming out of E3 is that they’re ready to keep us entertained between the weekend qualifiers with not one but two interesting promotions on the way.

First up is a new promotion that crosses over with the forthcoming third season of Stranger Things. Though it’s unknown exactly what will take place in Fortnite, there already have been glimpses of the Scoops Ahoy ice cream shop in the game. There’s a good chance that players could see skins based on characters, but we’re dying to see if any new game modes from the Upside Down or ‘80s-style weaponry will be introduced to shake up how we play the game.

Meanwhile, those keeping an eye on DrLupo’s activities from E3 last week may have seen this sneak peek of what appears to be a new Prop Hunt mode likely making its way to Fortnite soon.

The year’s biggest week in gaming, otherwise known as E3, has left almost just as quickly as it arrived. After an unrelenting week of the best new game reveals and updates, we’re finally now getting the chance to make sense of it all and picking our favorites.


Ready to kick off around the globe on September 27th, FIFA 20 promises to be one of the biggest entries (if not the biggest) in the soccer series to date. It’s sure to continue delivering the five-star soccer simulation many fans expect, but it’ll also take things to the street once again with Volta.

In this loose and fast-moving mode, players can partake in matches in cages across Tokyo, London, and Amsterdam. It’s like a throwback to FIFA Street, but with all the best pro players from today’s leagues. On top of that, you’ve got hundreds of official teams and the return of The Journey campaign mode. Talk about your unbeatable contender.

What we can’t wait to do: dominate the competition online with the new Dynamic One-On-Ones. It’s time to master the tempo of the Decisive Moments and score some goals!


Apex Legends: Season 2

Respawn’s Apex Legends carved out its own little legacy when it deployed out of nowhere in February; and on July 2nd, it’ll continue onward with an all-new season adding so much more new content.

Leading this summer’s new offerings is Wattson, a brand-new legend who is ready to take things on the defensive. She can place electrical fences that can stop opponents in their tracks, making her ideal to defend key points on a map. We’ll also see the introduction of the L-Star light machine gun, which can break down doors with ease; and, of course, Apex devotees can also look forward to more skins, materials and the debut of a new ranked mode.

The fun begins in just a few weeks.

Borderlands 3

Fans have been waiting for what seems like an eternity for the third go-around of Borderlands, but they’ll finally get their wish fulfilled this September with a slew of new Vault Hunters to boot.

Attendees at E3 got a look at the heavily-armed soldier Moze, who jumps into action with the help of a large mech that can either work via remote or direct control. This makes her an ideal soldier for going up against even the most merciless of enemies, as she can mow them down like grass. Those eager to give her a try will be able to do so when the game drops on September 13.

Meanwhile, we look forward to building our arsenal from the 17 million weapons available in the game. That’s a lot of gameplay to master.

Gears 5

The long-anticipated return of Gears is nearly upon us. We can’t wait to get our hands on Gears 5 this September.

This year’s presentation focused on the thrilling new Escape mode, in which players clearing out hives in a series of rooms and surviving the best they can so they can reach the exit. It’s a great new addition to the game, one that will fit right in with the traditional campaign, multiplayer, and Horde modes.

We’re ready to fire up the Lancer once again and saw up more than a few baddies with the sheer feeling of the Rumble sensation in our sweet little hands once again.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Apex Legends studio Respawn is ready to show the world its versatility as a developer by taking one monster of a single-player project: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. They weren’t shy about it either, debuting its gameplay with a 14-minute demo to kick off the weekend of conferences at E3.

The player, as Jedi Padawan Cal Kestis, commands amazing lightsaber skills and Force abilities. That’s just the tip of the iceberg for what players can do within this game, such as taking control of a large walking droid and even getting into skirmishes with powerful warriors. The sheer feeling of being a Jedi badass simply resonates throughout.

Dragging several Stormtroopers in front of their own plasma bolt is a skill we can’t wait to master when the game arrives November 15.

Cyberpunk 2077

Though some fans are still trying to piece together exactly what’s happening with the story in Cyberpunk 2077, there is one thing they know for sure: having Keanu Reeves on the team rocks.

The show floor demo has left several attendees in awe, opening up the raw scope of CD Projekt Red’s gameplay. Apparently, there’s a lot to go on here, from the dialogue, to the puzzle-solving, to the combat. And that’s before Keanu’s Johnny Silverhand even enters the picture. That’s a whole lot of leveling up. Fans can experience this “breathtaking” adventure for themselves when it arrives on April 16, 2020.

We can’t wait to start sinking the hours in to fill up the game’s 12 separate skill trees. That’s a tremendous amount of leveling up.

Halo Infinite

Thanks to this year’s Xbox conference, we now know two very important things: Microsoft’s next-gen Project Scarlett console is headed our way in Holiday 2020 and coming along with it is the long-anticipated Halo Infinite.

In the trailer shown at the conference, Master Chief finds himself revived by a mysterious stowaway, only to discover the Halo in fragmented pieces. It’s only then, however, that he discovers the fight isn’t over just yet. There’s no gameplay footage available just yet, but you can bet that 343 Industries will have a lot of that to go around come next E3. In the meantime, the trailer definitely does give fans a lot to soak in.

2020 just got a lot more interesting.

Avengers Are Nimble!

Last, but certainly not least, Square Enix finally showed off Marvel’s Avengers and it certainly lived up to the hype.

Featuring a number of familiar characters—as well as a star-studded voice that includes Troy Baker, Nolan North, Travis Willingham, Laura Bailey and Jeff Schine—the story follows the Avengers as they attempt to recover from a disaster, just when the evil Taskmaster is ready to strike again.

The early footage shown off looks fantastic, and the co-op features sound like they’re going to come together nicely. But we’ll be waiting a bit to see how this adventure comes together, as it’s not set to drop until May 2020.

2020 just got a lot more interesting.

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