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numlocked competing with Epsilon eSports at i49
Player Information
Seb Barton
January 28, 1993 (1993-01-28) (age 30)
Years Active:
2008 - 2015
Links User Page ETF2L Player Page
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First Place ETF2L 6v6 Season 11: Premiership ETF2L 6v6 Season 13: Premiership ETF2L 6v6 Season 14: Premiership, ETF2L 6v6 Season 15: Premiership, Insomnia49, ETF2L 6v6 Season 16: Premiership, ETF2L 6v6 Season 20: Premiership, Challengers Cup
Second Place ETF2L 6v6 Season 10: Premiership Insomnia43, ETF2L 6v6 Season 22: Premiership, ZOWIE 16 Cup
Third Place/Semifinalist(s) ETF2L 6v6 Season 12: Premiership
ETF2L Awards
Demoman of the Season - Season 10 Demoman of the Season - Season 11 Demoman of the Season - Season 14 Demoman of the Season - Season 15
2010 - 2011
2011 - 2012
2012 - 2013
2015 - 2015
2015 - 2015

Seb "numlocked" Barton was an English Demoman who played most notably for Epsilon eSports. He is often considered to be one of the best Demomen in TF2 history, having played a huge role in Epsilon's ETF2L Success. numlocked briefly retired from TF2 in 2014 but returned to play for #tf2center in Season 22. The team was formed in order to help cohesion in their planned competitive Overwatch team and played only official matches. Despite this, the team placed second.

Team history[edit]

numlocked started playing high level TF2 in the team Vale, where he played for nearly a year before moving to Team Onlinegamer where he played a season in Division 5, after a season playing at a lower level he went back to higher level TF2, this time playing for TCM. He played in TCM until ETF2L 6v6 Season 10, where he joined Team Infused. numlocked played for Team Infused for 3 seasons before finally moving to Epsilon eSports after Insomnia46. For the next ETF2L Seasons, numlocked and Epsilon eSports became legendary after winning Season 13, Season 14 and Season 15, conceding one single map against broder in the Season 14 Grand Final. After this successful period of time, Epsilon competed in Insomnia49, where they claimed to be the best team in the world.

After i49, numlocked stayed with Epsilon eSports to win Season 16. Later on, as Epsilon disbanded for Season 17, he joined Autobots for some games and then left the game to play League of Legends. In early 2015, numlocked joined SUAVE, which formed as a combination of some former Epsilon eSports and other Premiership players to win Season 20. He then retired from Team Fortress 2, but returned with #tf2center to play in Season 22. The team did not scrim or practice for the season, intending only to improve teamwork for their planned Overwatch team. The team placed second, despite the lack of practice, but quickly disbanded.

With the English 6v6 National Team, numlocked has been as successful as in the team's career, having reached the semifinals in ETF2L 6v6 Nations Cup 2. He also won 2011 ESL Nations Cup against Germany and ETF2L 6v6 Nations Cup 3 against Sweden in 2012.

Latest Tournament Matches[edit]

Date Tournament With Result Versus
2016-01-31 ZOWIE 16 Cup Russkies TF icon.png 0−2 Reason Gaming Icon.png Reason Gaming


2016-01-31 ZOWIE 16 Cup Russkies TF icon.png 2−1 Full Tilt Full Tilt


2016-01-31 ZOWIE 16 Cup Publiclir Publiclir icon.png 0−2 TF icon.png Russkies


2016-01-31 ZOWIE 16 Cup Uber Outcasts TF icon.png 0−2 TF icon.png Russkies
Complete Results in any Match