ABOUT eRA eternity
Get to know our brand & accomplishments.

eRa was founded on YouTube in 2012 and started off primarily as a Call of Duty sniping team. We were apart of an early fleet of teams who competed with top names in the Call of Duty community. As eRa started producing content, we began to strengthen in numbers and expand to various eSports titles.

“At eRa, our mission is to become the world's leading electronic sports and entertainment brand among the competitive gaming community.”

As we have expanded into the competitive scene, our team have done some incredible things. Our Rainbow6 team placed 2nd at Six Invitationals, our COD teams continue to place extremely well, and our new teams have ambitions to carry the crown even further. We are eSports, and as the community continues to grow, we plan to grow alongside it.

UMG Sudbury
Our Call of Duty team placed 1st at UMG Sudbury 2017.
CWL Melbourne
Our Call of Duty team placed 6th at CWL Melbourne 2017.
ESEA S26 Main Championships
Our Counter Strike team placed 1st at the S26 Main Champs.
CWL Sheffield
Our Call of Duty team placed 5th at CWL Sheffield 2017.
Rainbow Six Invitational
Our Rainbow Six Team placed 2nd at the Six Invitational in 2017.
DreamHack Atlanta
Our Halo team placed 6th at DreamHack Atlanta 2017.
By: Daniel See (@eRaJenova) eRa is proud to announce the acquisition of our new Call of Duty roster heading into Stage One of the CWL Pro League. After a hard-fought battle in the open bracket at CWL New Orleans, the previous roster consisting of Mochila, Pandur, GodRx, and MirX has been released. We thank them...
By: Daniel See (@eRaJenova) After shocking the Rainbow 6 competitive community with a 1st place finish at the Six Playoff Qualifier, the roster has been drawn into Pool D for the Six Invitational alongside FaZe, ENCE, and eiNs! With an incredible 3-1 finish against Team Reckless in the grand final, they have secured an invitation and a...
By: Daniel See (@eRaJenova) eRa is proud to finally announce the acquisition of a Gears of War team for the upcoming Gears Pro Circuit Open tournament run. Consisting of players Ryan ‘Wilde’ Gant, Chris ‘Crush’ Lauzon, Pedro ‘Zenun’ Nunez, Kevin ‘Firearm’ Teran, and Dylan ‘Eternity’ Merrill, the team’s first priority is attending the tournament in Mexico City,...