Ranked #8 Baltimore RevoTune into Gosports.com May 3rd - 5th and watch Revo battle at the 2nd stop of the NXL US Tour in Texas. nBaltimore Revo impressed everyone last year with two Top 4 finishes, and only missed the Sunday cut once at the NXL World Cup. At the first event this season in Las Vegas they won both of their games on the first day, beating Elevation and Infamous. But they dropped off on day two, losing two one-point matches against PC Katana and Impact, which stuck them into a wild card match against Thunder. That game was also decided by one point, Revo took the victory, but then they were knocked out of the tournament in the Quarter-Finals by rookie sensations SD Aftermath.nRevo’s lineup has proven themselves capable at the highest level and they only got better this season, with the return of Matt Darula who came back to play with his former teammates after spending time on Tampa Bay Damage. They play an aggressive style of paintball, and everyone on their roster can break open points. On the D-side Josh Pike leads the charge, followed up by the consistent Henry Sentz. Max Traylor and Dan Zaleski are always creative and aggressive in the snake, and Stephen Omara loves to punch open games through the center of the field, or really, anywhere he is needed.Revo is a team on the brink, a team who, if they go on a run and play to their potential, could win the next NXL event in Texas.