Curse's roster has fluctuated frequently since its inception, with NyJacky in the mid lane standing as the only remaining member of the original team. Their Season 2 performance landed them consistently just beneath the top 3 in North America, a trend that continued when they lost the 3rd place match at the Season 2 NA Regional Finals to Counter Logic Gaming. Moving forward into Season 3, their now-stable roster seemed as though it would offer enough of an advantage to finally edge past the competition for the top 3.
Curse started off Season 3 as the runaway favorite, making the top of many fans' prediction tiers before the first week. Meeting and exceeding the expectation of many, they hit a winning streak that lasted for the first 8 games. The team began to lose some steam at this point, and decided to swap out their Support, Cody "Elementz" Sigfusson, for the Top Laner of Curse Academy, Keenan "Rhux" Santos. Although Rhux had proven to be a versatile player in the past, the change did not catapult them back into the No. 1 spot as they had hoped. Even without the same seemingly unbeatable strength that they led with, they finished the first half of the season with the second best record in the standings and a top four finish at the Spring Playoffs. During the break, the team picked up Edward "EDward" Abgaryan after his departure from top EU team, Gambit Gaming, in hopes of solidifying the frequently changing role and becoming even stronger competitors.