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|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||July 9, 1998 (age 21)|
|Previous Role(s)||AR Slayer|
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Black Ops 3
Arcitys came into the scene on EZG eSports West alongside Kazmo, Muniebro, and twin brother Prestinni. This team with Paranoia and Stumpfy as subs, finished first in the pA League Season 1 Regular Season and won the pA League Season 1 Playoffs. After turning 18, Arcitys and Prestinni started teaming with Stumpfy and Destiny under Apotheon Esports to begin competing in CWL and MLG tournaments. The team had some good placements online and at the first LAN event as a team they battled through the open bracket and into pools for a top 12 placement at the MLG Orlando Open. The team then dropped Destiny for Mayhem and qualified for CWL Champs at the CWL NA Championship Qualifier. At the CWL Championship, the team failed to make it out of pools and placed top 24.
At the start of the year Arcitys started the year on the GosuCrew with Gunless, DraMa and once again his twin brother Prestinni. The team was looking relatively strong online and qualified for pools at the Las Vegas Open where they would finish with a modest top 12 placement. Seeing the potential, veteran player Silly decided to pick up the trio of Arcitys, Prestinni, and Gunless to play under eUnited. This new team began playing very well online including winning two MLG 2K tournaments. Going into the next event people were unsure if eUnited can turn the online success into LAN success, and they proved they could by winning the CWL Atlanta Open beating tournament favorites OpTic Gaming in a really close and entertaining grand final. Despite winning the last event, eUnited still was not in the top 4 of NA pro points so they had to play through the open bracket at the CWL Paris Open and after not making it into pools they finished with a disappointing top 16 placement. The team did rebound and place second at the CWL Dallas Open this time losing in another close and entertaining grand finals against OpTic Gaming. The team then placed an underwhelming top 6 in the CWL Pro League Stage 1 and after that disappointing finish, Gunless made the controversial decision to bench himself in hope of getting traded. eUnited used Swarley as a temporary substitute and only placed top 12 at the CWL Anaheim Open. The decision was then made to trade Gunless for Clayster and the team would go on to finish an improved third place finish in the CWL Pro League Stage 2. The team had high hopes for the CWL Championship, but after losing a heartbreaking series against Team Envy where they famously threw away a huge lead in the uplink, they couldn't rebound and lost immediately to Luminosity Gaming and placed top 6.
World War II
Arcitys began the year still on eUnited with Prestinni, Clayster, and Silly and the team was one of the few teams that didn't make a change from the prior year as they believed it was a winning squad. The team was looking good online and placed top 6 at the first event at the CWL Dallas Open after losing in a game 5 round 11 against eventual event winners Team Kaliber in the winners bracket round 2 match up and losing straight away in the loser bracket. The team then finished second in the CWL Northern Arena Showdown, but once again at the CWL New Orleans Open the team lost a game 5 round 11 to the eventual event winners Team Kaliber in the winners bracket round 2 match up and lost straight away in the loser bracket for another top 6 placement. The team then finished second at the Canadian Championship Series National Final, but once again couldn't get past the top 6 placements at CWL events finishing top 6 at the CWL Atlanta Open, a disappointing top 16 at the CWL Birmingham Open, and another top 6 in the CWL Pro League Stage 1. Hoping to break the top 6 curse, the team dropped Silly for FeLo and placed third at the SEAttle Open. The team then struggled only placing top 12 at the CWL Anaheim Open. The team then improved in the league and finished top 4 in the CWL Pro League Stage 2 ahead of CWL Champs. At the CWL Championship, Arcitys and the team started very hot, but fell short to Team Kaliber in the winners bracket, and then beat the red hot Luminosity Gaming in the losers bracket, but eventually fell to FaZe Clan for a top 4 placement.
Black Ops 4
Arcitys had developed himself into one of the best ARs in the world, but he and Prestinni hadn't won a tournament since early in IW and Clayster hadn't won since AW so the team tried to form a squad that they believed can win an event and dropped Felo for the rising star aBeZy and acquired the veteran Jkap to be their fifth. eUnited looked great online early on and had a great showing at the first event, thanks in part to Arcitys dominant AR play, placing second at the CWL Las Vegas Open. This placement guaranteed the team a spot in the CWL Pro League where they would go 5-2 in the first two weeks. Despite having a decent record, roster rumors began to flair up with eUnited as it was rumored that Jkap tried to convince the other players to drop Clayster, but no roster change was made. After nothing changed the team finished with a very disappointing and lowest possible top 16 placement at CWL Fort Worth finishing bottom in a tough pool and unfortunately being matched up with the much improved 100 Thieves in round one of the losers bracket. After such a poor placement, eUnited decided to bench Jkap for the rising star Simp.
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2019-09-29||5 - 6|
Team Summertime Movember Invitational 2019
Call of Duty World League Championship 2019
CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs
|2019-07-05||1 - 2||$ 89,375|
CWL Pro League 2019
CWL Pro League 2019
- January 12, "WE JUST WANT TO WIN" - Arcitys Interview at CWL NOLA MLG New Orleans 2018 with Dexerto on YouTube
- March 16, Scuf Team of The Week: CWL Pro League | Division B | Week 7 by Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- July 4, Behind the Controller: Prestinni & Arcitys with SCUF Gaming on YouTube
- July 20, Gunless, Alexx, Arcitys & Methodz | SCUF Team of the Week by Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- February 18, Hot Mic with Arcitys, General, and Sender with Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- February 22, CWL Pro League Week 3 | Team of the Week by Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- April 9, Yerr are the WorldGaming Call of Duty champs by Dino Medalla on Daily Esports
- August 19, The 22 players to have won a Call of Duty World Championship by Joe Craven on Dexerto
- August 19, SCUF Team of the Week | CWL CHAMPS by Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- August 20, eUnited's New Favorite Call of Duty Game After Winning CWL Champs with Jimmy Mondal on Cheddar Esports
- September 1, World Champ Arcitys announces eUnited exit and plan for CoD franchise league by Alan Bernal on Dexerto
- September 4, Bad Moon Talent launches, signs Call of Duty players by Eva Martinello on Esports Insider
- September 25, TOP 10 Most Watched Twitch Clips from the Black Ops 4 SEAson by Dexerto on YouTube
- October 24, THE FINAL GOODBYE by NRG Esports on YouTube
- October 24, Chicago’s Call of Duty franchise introduces lineup featuring Scump and FormaL by Justin Binkowski on Dot Esports
- October 25, Is Chicago NRG the scariest roster we've ever seen? | The Esports Dispatch by LandO on YouTube
- November 4, Meet Arcitys Huntsmen | Chicago COD Player Series by NRG Esports on YouTube
- January 10, Chicago Huntsmen Prepare for War | The Campaign Episode 1 by Call of Duty League on YouTube
- January 14, Exclusive Look at Logo Reveal to Players by NRG Esports on Vimeo
- January 15, Where’s Formal? | The Campaign Episode 2 by Call of Duty League on YouTube
- January 17, The Clock is Ticking | The Campaign Episode 3 by Call of Duty League on YouTube
- January 18, CoD pro Arcitys uncovers game-breaking vision exploit in Modern Warfare by Joe Craven on Dexerto
- January 20, Ready For Launch | The Campaign Episode 4 by Call of Duty League on YouTube
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