Ben Bance in Black Ops Cold War
Bance was active with multiple UK-based teams, most notably Team Orbit UK where he won his inaugural LAN victory before later moving to Barrage eSports.
At numerous events, they placed among the top six and eventually qualified for the inaugural European Call of Duty Pro League – shocking the world by beating Atlanta FaZe in Stage 2 finals!
Ben Bance made an impressive showing at Team XENEX’s inaugural Advanced Warfare LAN tournament and made it all the way to the winner’s round.
Bance had mixed results during Modern Warfare season; reaching one grand final before being picked up by Toronto Ultra to play Black Ops Cold War.
The squad wasn’t initially seen as being competitive, yet quickly proved everyone wrong. Within weeks they became one of the top teams in the league – winning two Stage 2 majors and finishing second at CWL Championship. Bance was instrumental to this success as he displayed excellence across all modes, particularly Search where he made this impressive play to beat Elevate in lower bracket final.
Achievement and Honors
Bance has earned several top LAN placements with Team Orbit UK at ESWC 2015 and Barrage eSports events, where his teammates included LXT and RusH.
Bance then signed with Splyce and they achieved many top three finishes during various events over the subsequent years including Gfinity Summer Masters 2016.
Bance was part of Toronto Ultra when they won a CWL Stage 2 Major event for the first time ever using an EU full roster, thanks to Bance’s efforts. He played an instrumental role in their victory.
Hardpoint star with an incredible record at Hardpoint with 1.00 KD, 15 first bloods and 41 plants for his team; key player at Control too helping them win all games of tournament in that mode of play!
Benjamin “Bance” Bance knew his Toronto Ultra squad had something special after defeating Minnesota Rokkr and Atlanta FaZe at Stage 2 CWL Major of Black Ops Cold War, yet admitted the thought of quitting had crossed his mind.
Toronto Ultra has recently announced they would not exercise Bance’s team option for 2023, rendering him free to pursue other opportunities or signing an additional professional player from outside their league – such as Thomas “Scrappy” Ernst from their NA academy.
Sean “Seany” O’Connor and Benjamin ‘Bance” Bance from former Toronto Ultra have recently joined new teams for CWL Finals and Champs events in order to try to qualify for Pro League spots this year through open bracket tournaments.