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SAUL SEGUNDO
MENARD        

Saul “MenaRD” Segundo is a Dominican born Street Fighter player for Rise Nation. Although he joined the competitive scene during Ultra Street Fighter IV, he began making a name for himself at the start of the 2017 Street Fighter V season with victories over top players such as Justin Wong and K-Brad. Since joining Rise Nation in May 2017, MenaRD has gone on to win the 2017 Capcom World Cup giving Rise Nation their first major championship outside of Call of Duty.


MARTIN PHAN
MARN        

Martin Phan, known by most as just MaRN, is a veteran in the gaming community with more than 17 years of experience. Competing in his first tournament all the way back in 2000, MaRN would go on to sign with the eSports organization Evil Geniuses in 2009 as the first member of their Fighting Game Division. He would eventually leave Evil Geniuses in 2011 and continue to compete without any representation. With the release of Street Fighter V last year, MaRN would go on to compete in five tournaments, placing within the Top 5 at three of the events. His most notable moment from the 2016 season occurred when he went on a miracle run at NorCal Regionals and won what was considered by most as the “Pool of Death”.


Bryant Huggins
SMUG        

Bryant “SMUG” Higgins is a American born Street Fighter player for Rise Nation. His history in the FGC dates all the way back to 2013. One his major accomplishments occurred after securing a 1st place finish at Fighter Underground at SXSW 2017.


Richard Nguyen
Richard Nguyen        

Richard Nguyen is a American born Marvel vs Capcom player for Rise Nation. He is a veteran of the FGC having begun his career in 2009 with Street Fighter 4. In 2011, he officially made the switch over to MvC3 where he began to receive notoriety within the community. Two of his most notable placings were a 9th finish at EVO 2011 and then a 7th at CEO 2013. Richard would take a hiatus from the competitive scene shortly in 2014 spanning all the way until the release of Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite in 2017. With the game only having come out recently, he already has a 4th place finish at SCR 2017 under his belt.



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