Apox

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Apox
Apox PLQ 2019.png
Background Information
NameMichael Williams
Country of Birth
United States
Residency
NA
North America
Competitive
RolePlayer
PSN IDMikeApox
Social Media & Links
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Michael "Apox" Williams is a Call of Duty esports player, previously a player for Unjustified Gaming.

Team History

Combine Role Swaps:No|Yes
Dates:Approx|Exact
TeamStartEnd
NA
EZG eSportslogo std.pngEZG eSports≈Dec 2015≈2015-12-??Feb 20162016-02-16≈2mo 15d
ejel
NA
Orbit eSportlogo std.pngOrbit eSportFeb 20162016-02-27[1]≈Mar 2016≈2016-03-06≈8d
ejel
NA
Most Wantedlogo std.pngMost WantedApr 20162016-04-16[3]Jul 20162016-07-19[2]3mo 3d
ejel
NA
SetToDestroyXlogo std.pngSetToDestroyXSep 20162016-09-20[4]Oct 20162016-10-0919d
ejel
NA
3sUPlogo std.png3sUPNov 20162016-11-23[5]Feb 20172017-02-253mo 2d
ejel
NA
XtroVert eSportslogo std.pngXtroVert eSportsFeb 20172017-02-25[7]Mar 20172017-03-08[6]11d
ejel
NA
Ghost Gaminglogo std.pngGhost Gaming≈Jun 2017≈2017-06-??≈Jun 2017≈2017-06-??≈18d
ejel
NA
Amity Esportslogo std.pngAmity EsportsJul 20172017-07-12[8]≈Aug 2017≈2017-08-??≈20d
ejel
NA
Iceberg Esportslogo std.pngIceberg EsportsOct 20172017-10-19Nov 20172017-11-1628d
ejel
NA
Beyond Realitylogo std.pngBeyond RealityNov 20172017-11-16[10]Nov 20172017-11-26[9]10d
ejel
NA
Zodiaclogo std.pngZodiacNov 20172017-11-30[12]Jan 20182018-01-17[11]1mo 17d
ejel
NA
JuKeDlogo std.pngJuKeDJan 20182018-01-22[14]Mar 20182018-03-03[13]1mo 12d
ejel
NA
PURE Gaminglogo std.pngPURE GamingMar 20182018-03-03[16]Mar 20182018-03-24[15]21d
ejel
NA
Gone Gaminglogo std.pngGone Gaming≈Apr 2018≈2018-04-??≈Apr 2018≈2018-04-??≈8d
ejel
NA
Mentality Esportslogo std.pngMentality EsportsJun 20182018-06-08[18]Jun 20182018-06-20[17]12d
ejel
NA
EZG eSportslogo std.pngEZG eSportsJul 20182018-07-13[20]Sep 20182018-09-01[19]1mo 19d
ejel
NA
Mazer Gaminglogo std.pngMazer GamingDec 20182018-12-04[22]Dec 20182018-12-10[21]6d
ejel
NA
Project 18logo std.pngProject 18≈Jan 2019≈2019-01-??Jan 20192019-01-23≈13d
ejel
NA
InControl Gaminglogo std.pngInControl GamingMar 20192019-03-11[24]Mar 20192019-03-20[23]9d
ejel
NA
Reanimated Gaminglogo std.pngReanimated GamingApr 20192019-04-20[27]May 20192019-05-07[25]17d
ejel
NA
Mazer Gaminglogo std.pngMazer GamingJul 20192019-07-17[29]Aug 20192019-08-19[28]1mo 2d
ejel
NA
Encrypted Gaminglogo std.pngEncrypted GamingFeb 20202020-02-14[31]Apr 20202020-04-08[30]1mo 23d
ejel
NA
Rebel Esportslogo std.pngRebel EsportsJul 20202020-07-18[33]Jul 20202020-07-25[32]7d
ejel
NA
Unjustified Gaminglogo std.pngUnjustifiedAug 20202020-08-14[34]Sep 20202020-09-0118d
ejel
TeamStartEnd
NA
EZG eSportslogo std.pngEZG eSports≈Dec 2015≈2015-12-??Feb 20162016-02-16≈2mo 15d
ejel
NA
Orbit eSportlogo std.pngOrbit eSportFeb 20162016-02-27[1]≈Mar 2016≈2016-03-06≈8d
ejel
NA
Most Wantedlogo std.pngMost WantedApr 20162016-04-16[3]Jul 20162016-07-19[2]3mo 3d
ejel
NA
SetToDestroyXlogo std.pngSetToDestroyXSep 20162016-09-20[4]Oct 20162016-10-0919d
ejel
NA
3sUPlogo std.png3sUPNov 20162016-11-23[5]Feb 20172017-02-253mo 2d
ejel
NA
XtroVert eSportslogo std.pngXtroVert eSportsFeb 20172017-02-25[7]Mar 20172017-03-08[6]11d
ejel
NA
Ghost Gaminglogo std.pngGhost Gaming≈Jun 2017≈2017-06-??≈Jun 2017≈2017-06-??≈18d
ejel
NA
Amity Esportslogo std.pngAmity EsportsJul 20172017-07-12[8]≈Aug 2017≈2017-08-??≈20d
ejel
NA
Iceberg Esportslogo std.pngIceberg EsportsOct 20172017-10-19Nov 20172017-11-1628d
ejel
NA
Beyond Realitylogo std.pngBeyond RealityNov 20172017-11-16[10]Nov 20172017-11-26[9]10d
ejel
NA
Zodiaclogo std.pngZodiacNov 20172017-11-30[12]Jan 20182018-01-17[11]1mo 17d
ejel
NA
JuKeDlogo std.pngJuKeDJan 20182018-01-22[14]Mar 20182018-03-03[13]1mo 12d
ejel
NA
PURE Gaminglogo std.pngPURE GamingMar 20182018-03-03[16]Mar 20182018-03-24[15]21d
ejel
NA
Gone Gaminglogo std.pngGone Gaming≈Apr 2018≈2018-04-??≈Apr 2018≈2018-04-??≈8d
ejel
NA
Mentality Esportslogo std.pngMentality EsportsJun 20182018-06-08[18]Jun 20182018-06-20[17]12d
ejel
NA
EZG eSportslogo std.pngEZG eSportsJul 20182018-07-13[20]Sep 20182018-09-01[19]1mo 19d
ejel
NA
Mazer Gaminglogo std.pngMazer GamingDec 20182018-12-04[22]Dec 20182018-12-10[21]6d
ejel
NA
Project 18logo std.pngProject 18≈Jan 2019≈2019-01-??Jan 20192019-01-23≈13d
ejel
NA
InControl Gaminglogo std.pngInControl GamingMar 20192019-03-11[24]Mar 20192019-03-20[23]9d
ejel
NA
Reanimated Gaminglogo std.pngReanimated GamingApr 20192019-04-20[27]May 20192019-05-07[25]17d
ejel
NA
Mazer Gaminglogo std.pngMazer GamingJul 20192019-07-17[29]Aug 20192019-08-19[28]1mo 2d
ejel
NA
Encrypted Gaminglogo std.pngEncrypted GamingFeb 20202020-02-14[31]Apr 20202020-04-08[30]1mo 23d
ejel
NA
Rebel Esportslogo std.pngRebel EsportsJul 20202020-07-18[33]Jul 20202020-07-25[32]7d
ejel
NA
Unjustified Gaminglogo std.pngUnjustifiedAug 20202020-08-14[34]Sep 20202020-09-0118d
ejel

News

  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
NA
EZG eSportslogo std.pngEZGDecember (approx.), Apox, Atura, Paranoia, and Stumpfy join.
NA
EZG eSportslogo std.pngEZGFebruary 16, Apox leaves.
NA
Orbit eSportlogo std.pngOrbitFebruary 27, Apox, Aries, Baker, and CaLiFa join.[1]
NA
EZG eSportslogo std.pngEZGMarch (approx.), Apox, Atura, Mayhem, and Paranoia leave.
NA
Orbit eSportlogo std.pngOrbitMarch 6 (approx.), Apox, Aries, Baker, and CaLiFa leave.
NA
Most Wantedlogo std.pngMWApril 16, Apox, DraMa, and Mayhem join. Hate rejoins.[3]
NA
Most Wantedlogo std.pngMWJuly 19, Beehzy, JuJu, and Spoof join. Apox, DraMa, and Mayhem leave.[2]
NA
SetToDestroyXlogo std.pngStDxSeptember 20, Apox joins. InFamous leaves.[4]
NA
SetToDestroyXlogo std.pngStDxOctober 9, Apox leaves.
NA
3sUPlogo std.png3sUPNovember 23, Apox and Lawless join. Baker and CaLiFa rejoin.[5]
NA
XtroVert eSportslogo std.pngXVFebruary 25, Apox joins. Envader, MoTi, and Stamino rejoin.[7]
NA
3sUPlogo std.png3sUPFebruary 25, Apox leaves.
NA
XtroVert eSportslogo std.pngXVMarch 8, Ivy, Legal, Parasite, and Whea7s join. Apox, Envader, MoTi, and Stamino leave.[6]
NA
3sUPlogo std.png3sUPApril 16, Apox leaves.[35]
NA
Ghost Gaminglogo std.pngGGJune (approx.), Apox, Chino, Legal, and Miyagi join.
NA
Ghost Gaminglogo std.pngGGJune (approx.), Apox, Chino, Legal, and Miyagi leave.
NA
Amity Esportslogo std.pngAMIJuly 12, Apox, Diabolic, Pemby, and Sender join.[8]
NA
Amity Esportslogo std.pngAMIAugust (approx.), Apox, Diabolic, Pemby, and Sender leave.
NA
Iceberg Esportslogo std.pngIceOctober 19, Apox, Hec, Huhdle, and Legal join.
NA
Iceberg Esportslogo std.pngIceNovember 16, Apox, Hec, Huhdle, and Legal leave.
NA
Beyond Realitylogo std.pngbRNovember 16, Apox, Hec, Huhdle, and Legal join. Hitman, JetLi, Neonn, and SinfuL leave.[10]
NA
Beyond Realitylogo std.pngbRNovember 26, LispZeus joins. Hitman, JetLi, and Neonn rejoin. Apox, Hec, Huhdle, and Legal leave.[9]
NA
Zodiaclogo std.pngZODINovember 30, Apox and PRPLXD join.[12]
NA
Zodiaclogo std.pngZODIJanuary 17, Apox, Baker, Jump, and Tisch leave.[11]
NA
JuKeDlogo std.pngJuKeDJanuary 22, Apox, Baker, LlamaGod, and Spacely join.[14]
NA
PURE Gaminglogo std.pngPUREMarch 3, Apox, Baker, LlamaGod, and Spacely join.[16]
NA
JuKeDlogo std.pngJuKeDMarch 3, Apox, Baker, LlamaGod, and Spacely leave.[13]
NA
PURE Gaminglogo std.pngPUREMarch 24, Apox, Baker, LlamaGod, and Spacely leave.[15]
NA
Gone Gaminglogo std.pngGoneApril (approx.), Apox joins.
NA
Gone Gaminglogo std.pngGoneApril (approx.), Apox, Blfire, and Legal leave.
NA
Mentality Esportslogo std.pngMnTJune 8, Apox, DraMa, Hitman, and Johnny join.[18]
NA
Mentality Esportslogo std.pngMnTJune 20, Apox, DraMa, Hitman, and Johnny leave.[17]
NA
EZG eSportslogo std.pngEZGJuly 13, Apox, Atura, and RobbieB3319 join.[20]
NA
EZG eSportslogo std.pngEZGSeptember 1, Apox leaves.[19]
NA
Mazer Gaminglogo std.pngMAZDecember 4, Apox, Ramby, Super, TeddyRecKs, and Zaptius join.[22]
NA
Mazer Gaminglogo std.pngMAZDecember 10, Apox, Ramby, Super, TeddyRecKs, and Zaptius leave.[21]
NA
Project 18logo std.pngP18January (approx.), Apox, Ramby, Super, TeddyRecks, and Zaptius join.
NA
Project 18logo std.pngP18January 23, Apox leaves.
NA
InControl Gaminglogo std.pngInCMarch 11, Apox joins. Super leaves.[24]
NA
InControl Gaminglogo std.pngInCMarch 20, Apox leaves.[23]
NA
Reanimated Gaminglogo std.pngRMGApril 20, Apox joins. JLags leaves.[27]
NA
Reanimated Gaminglogo std.pngRMGMay 7, Apox leaves. Staan (temporary substitute) leaves.[25][26]
NA
Mazer Gaminglogo std.pngMAZJuly 17, Apox, JetLi, Mosh, and Parzelion join. Spacely is loaned from Gen.G.[29]
NA
Mazer Gaminglogo std.pngMAZAugust 19, Apox leaves.[28]
NA
Encrypted Gaminglogo std.pngEGFebruary 14, Apox, Believe, FA5TBALLA, ProFeeZy, and Stamino join.[31]
NA
Encrypted Gaminglogo std.pngEGApril 8, Apox leaves.[30]
NA
Rebel Esportslogo std.pngRBLJuly 18, Apox joins. GloFrosty leaves.[33]
NA
Rebel Esportslogo std.pngRBLJuly 25, Infamous, Prolute, and Zyyral join. Spart is loaned from LA Guerrillas. Apox, Spoof, Willett, and Zaptius leave.[32]
NA
Unjustified Gaminglogo std.pngUGAugust 14, ACHES, Apox, ProFeeZy, Spacely, and TcM join.[34]
NA
Unjustified Gaminglogo std.pngUGSeptember 1, Apox, ProFeeZy, and TcM leave.

Biography[edit]

Black Ops 3[edit]

Apox came into the NA amateur scene in Black Ops 3 playing on EZG eSports with Stumpfy, Atura, and Paranoia. This team failed to qualify for the CWL Pro League and replaced Stumpfy for Mayhem. EZG eSports then placed top 16 at their first LAN together in the UMG South Carolina Open Bracket. Apox then joined Orbit eSport to team with Baker, CaLiFa, and Aries, but the squad did not see much success online. Apox then teamed up with former teammate Mayhem on Most Wanted alongside Hate and DraMa. This team finished top 24 at the MLG Anaheim Open, just failing to make it out of the open bracket.

Infinite Warfare[edit]

At the first LAN event of the year, Apox played on 3sUP with former teammates CaLiFa and Baker, as well as the veteran player Lawless. 3sUP placed top 24 at the CWL Las Vegas Open, falling short of making it to pool play. Lawless left and the team went through a few players placing top 32 consistently in five 2Ks in a row before landing on Pandur as their fourth ahead of the next LAN event. At the CWL Atlanta Open, 3sUP placed alongside their online performances with a top 32 placement. Pandur was then poached by Luminosity Gaming ahead of the CWL Paris Open to replace on of Luminosity's players who couldn't get a visa. This left 3sUP scrambling for a fourth, so they picked up the German AM player, ShuKz, as a temporary substitute. The team only managed a top 36 placement, but considering they were playing with a sub with little practice time, it was not too poor. CaLiFa, Baker, and Apox decided to stick together and played with Miyagi as their fourth at the CWL Dallas Open, but 3sUP only placed top 40, which was their worst performance of the year. The team then split and Apox bounced around several different rosters before landing on Ghost Gaming with Miyagi, Legal, and Chino. This had Apox playing with a higher esteemed NA AM players and he saw improvements with a top 28 at the CWL Anaheim Open, just failing to make it out of the open bracket. Apox then found himself once again bouncing around on different teams landing on Amity Esports with Sender, Diabolic, and Pemby. Amity Esports fell short of qualifying for CWL Champs at the CWL NA LCQ losing to Str8 Rippin and Apox's former org 3sUP in two, close game five series.

World War II[edit]

To start the year Apox bounced around a few rosters trying to find his place on a solid AM team and ended up on Zodiac alongside Jump, PRPLXD, and a former teammate in Baker. This team placed poorly at their fist event at the CWL Dallas Open finishing top 48th. Zodiac then replaced PRPLX with Tisch and began to improve in online 2ks, but still placed poorly at the CWL Orleans Open only finishing top 64. Luckily for Apox, veteran player Spacely and LlamaGod were dropped from Ghost Gaming, and picked up Apox and Baker to team on Spacely's org, JuKeD. This had Apox playing with a higher pedigree of AM players and JuKeD. However, the results wren't great for the squad as under the org PURE Gaming, they only placed top 40 at the CWL Atlanta Open and a poor top 6 in the first two stages of the CWL US National Circuit. Apox then left seeking better placements and joined Gone Gaming to team with Havok, Blfire, and Legal. Gone Gaming placed top 32 at the CWL Seattle Open and then split up. Apox then bounced around a bunch of different teams without too much success online. He formed a team with Hitman, Johnny, and DraMa, and under the org Mentality Esports they placed top 40 at the CWL Anaheim Open. Apox then again was looking for a new team, and he found one for the rest of the year with EZG eSports alongside Parzelion, Atura, and RobbieB3319. EZG eSports started hot placing top 4 in an NA 2k, which was Apox's highest placement in a 2k that year. Then at the CWL Championship LCQ they managed to qualify for CWL Champs after beating Team WaR in a heated series and beating the heavily favored Lightning Pandas. Their two wins were against higher ranked teams so they had hope entering champs, but at the CWL Championship they were placed in a tough group and failed to win a map against Splyce, eUnited, and Team Sween.

Black Ops 4[edit]

Apox started the year playing on several AM teams before landing on a squad of SnD stars with TeddyRecks, Ramby, Super, and Zaptius. This team joined Mazer Gaming and at the CWL Las Vegas Open they managed to make it through the open bracket and straight into pools. In pools they managed to shake the pool up beating Team Envy in a game 5, but ended up losing straight away in the losers bracket finishing top 20. This placement was good enough to qualify for the CWL Pro League Qualifier, where under the org Project 18, they failed to qualify for the Pro League after finishing in the bottom two of their pool. Apox then left and joined InControl Gaming to play with Hollow, Cells, Stamino, and Vivid. This team had a few solid online placements and managed a decent top 6 placement at the CWL Fort Worth Open after a long loser bracket run. Apox then joined Reanimated Gaming to team with Elusoryy, Pentagrxm, Reedr, and AHTracT. The team flew over to compete in the CWL London Openn, but Reedr had visa complications and was replaced with a French AM player, Staan as a temporary substitute. For the second time in his career, Apox had to team with a European AM player and this time it didn't seem to hinder them too much as they placed top 6 after another long loser bracket run losing to Vodafone Giants in a close game 5 series. To end the year Apox found himself on Mazer Gaming teaming with other top NA AM players in JetLi, Mosh, Spacely, and Parzelion. Mazer Gaming had three former pro league players on it so once it formed it was seen was one of the best NA AM teams. They were able to support that claim finishing third in the CWL Amateur Finals losing only to the two top EU AM teams. Despite seeming like one of the top AM teams, Mazer Gaming was unable to make it out of the bracket at the CWL Championship losing to Faze Clan and another EU team, Units. This was the second straight year Apox made it champs despite not being able to find a consistent roster to play with.

Modern Warfare[edit]

Apox opened the year playing with Charullz and a bunch of former teammates in RobbieB3319, Cells, and Hollow. This team wasn't placing too well in online tournaments, but did manage a top 4 placement in the online Subliners New York Open, losing only to a pick up team with pro players. Then Apox once again bounced around rosters and did not have a consistent team throughout the preseason era until landing on a team with ProFeeZy, Goonjar, ColeChan, and Believe. This mixture of veteran NA AM players placed top 8 in the CDC Launch Weekend Open losing to the two top EU AM teams. After that decent placement, Apox joined Encrypted Gaming. Encrypted Gaming went through several different rosters before landing on FA5TBALLA, ProFeeZy, Believe, and Stamino, and this team placed top 8 again in the CDC Atlanta Open. Apox and ProFeeZy stuck together on Encrypted Gaming and picked up Spacely, Prolute, and Xotic. This squad placed third in the CDC Los Angeles Open, which was Apox's highest placement of the title. However, the team split and Apox once again found himself jumping rosters unable to get past top 8 in the online CDC tournaments. He did flex his SnD prowess winning a 4v4 SnD tournament playing with pro league players in MajorManiak, Envoy, and Maux. He then found a roster with MRuiz, Perform, Prolute, and Apexcitys that placed fourth in the NA CDC Cup 3 after beating UYU in bracket play, but dropping to losers and beating Carnage Esports in a game 5 series only to lose to UYU in a rematch. This was Apox's best online placement in CDC tournaments, but the squad followed that up with only a top 16 placement in the next one losing to Carnage Gaming before qualifying for bracket play.

Trivia[edit]

Achievements[edit]

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Minimum place

Apox Tournament Results
GameDatePlPrizeEventRoster
2020-10-035 - 6 Cheetowunga Lord of the Throwbacks #16Logo std.pngWW2T Apox •  Ramby •  TeddyRecks •  TTinyy
2020-08-1617 - 24$ 2,500$ 2,500$ 2,500 Call of Duty Challengers 2020 Finals North AmericaUnjustified Gaminglogo std.pngUG ProFeeZy •  ACHES •  Apox •  Spacely •  TcM
2020-07-269 - 16 CDC Toronto Open 2 2020 North AmericaLogo std.pngGETB ACHES •  Apox •  ProFeeZy •  Spacely •  TcM
2020-07-199 - 16 CDC London Open 2 2020 North AmericaRebel Esportslogo std.pngRBL Spoof •  Apox •  ProFeeZy •  Zaptius •  Super
2020-07-1217 - 32 CDC New York Open 2020 North AmericaLogo std.pngAPEX Apexcitys •  Apox •  SpaceLy •  MonGhoster •  Charm
2020-07-029 - 16 Florida Mutineers Kraken Bounty #4Logo std.pngLOST TTinyy •  Theory •  TwiZz •  Apox •  Conbix
2020-06-289 - 16 CDC Challengers Cup #5 North AmericaLogo std.pngLITT Nova •  Apox •  Archivz •  Denail •  Charm
2020-06-2117 - 32 CDC Paris Open 2 2020 North AmericaLogo std.png2007 Ramby •  Apox •  Apexcitys •  Parzelion •  Onyx
2020-06-149 - 16 CDC Challengers Cup #4 North AmericaLogo std.pngFLIP Apexcitys •  Super •  Apox •  Infamous •  Charm
2020-06-0717 - 32 CDC Minnesota Open 2020 North AmericaLogo std.pngTHE  Apexcitys •  Apox •  MRuiz •  Perform •  Prolute

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Orbit's Tweet twitter.com
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Most Wanted's Tweet twitter.com
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Most Wanted's Tweet twitter.com
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 SetToDestroyX's Tweet twitter.com
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 3sUP MLG Vegas roster twitter.com
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 XVeSports's Tweet about MLG Dallas roster 2 twitter.com
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 XVeSports's Tweet about MLG Dallas roster twitter.com
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Welcome the new Call of Duty roster! twitter.com
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Original Team Returns twitter.com
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 New WWII Roster For 2017! twitter.com
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 We have decided to release our Call Of Duty roster. We wish Baker, Jump, and Apox the best of luck. We will be actively seeking another roster. Thank you twitter.com
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 We would like to announce that our roster for CWL Dallas and all future events will now consist of @BrettJump, @FarmerBaker870, @PRPLXDD, and @MikeApox! twitter.com
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 Please join us in welcoming our new Call of Duty team: @Spacely, @FarmerBaker870, @LlamaGod & @MikeApox! We’re glad to have you with us guys! twitter.com
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 Playing the national circuit with Llama, Apox and Baker twitter.com
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 Spacely's Tweet twitter.com
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 Please join us in welcoming our new Call of Duty team: @Spacely, @FarmerBaker870, @LlamaGod & @MikeApox! We’re glad to have you with us guys! twitter.com
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 Free Agent for the LCQ twitter.com
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 Presenting: Mentality Call Of Duty! mntesports.com
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 F/A for BO4. Run flex. 30k points for the first 2k. it’s duffyszn bang my line twitter.com
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 We are proud to announce the official CoD roster representing EZG for the LCQ and Champs twitter.com
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 Teddy RecKs Tweet twitter.com
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 Mazer Gaming's Tweet twitter.com
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 Apox's Tweet twitter.com
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 InControl Gaming's tweet twitter.com
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 Staan's Tweet twitter.com
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 Apox's Tweet twitte.com
  27. 27.0 27.1 27.2 Reanimated Gaming's Tweet twitter.com
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 Apox's Tweet twitter.com
  29. 29.0 29.1 29.2 Mazer Gaming's Tweet twitter.com
  30. 30.0 30.1 30.2 Apox's Tweet twitter.com
  31. 31.0 31.1 31.2 Encrypted Gaming's Tweet twitter.com
  32. 32.0 32.1 32.2 Rebel Esport's GB Team gamebattles.com
  33. 33.0 33.1 33.2 Rebel's GameBattles Team twitter.com
  34. 34.0 34.1 34.2 Unjustified's Tweet twitter.com
  35. Apox's Tweet about leaving 3sUP twitter.com