Assault began the year on Below Zero alongside GodLike, Wolf, REPPIN and the team competed at the Call of Duty Championship US Qualifier 2 where they won the tournament and qualified for the Call of Duty Championship NA Regional Final. At the regional final, Below Zero beat Rise Nation in an important match to place top 14, which was the minimum required placement to qualify for Champs. At the Call of Duty Championship, the team made it through the pool stage, but lost to Team Kaliber in the winners bracket and OpTic Gaming in the losers for a top 16 placement. Below Zero then went on to place top 5 at UGC Niagra and then top 16 at UMG California. Unhappy with the placements, Assault then bounced around on different rosters without too much success until landing on Team JusTus alongside Spacely, Kenny, and Envoy. This team showed immediate success online finishing second in a MLG 5K, but still only placed top 12 at UMG Washington DC. Team JusTus then began improving online with good placements in 10Ks and 5Ks leading up to MLG World Finals where they would surprise many with a top 6 placement after battling through the open bracket and finishing second in their pool.
Black Ops 3
Assault opened the year being picked up by on a team with Dedo, Silly, and Swarley under Enigma6 Gold and placed second in the UMG South Carolina Open Bracket. This granted them a spot in the UMG South Carolina Champion Tournament where they would only place top 16 after losing a close game 7 series against eventual tournament winners Rise Nation. The team was then signed by Cloud9 Eclipse and the team didn't see too much success outside of a top 4 placement at the CWL NA Stage 1 Challenge Division ESL Event 1 where they beat pro league teams OpTic Gaming and Luminosity Gaming. The team tried to qualify for stage 2 of the pro league but fell short at the CWL NA Stage 1 Relegation losing in a close game 7 series against Dream Team. Despite the team not making it to Stage 2, Assault was picked up by a team that did qualify in Cloud9 to replace Mochila as the main AR alongside Happy, LlamaGod, and Havok. Cloud9 saw moderate success placing top 8 at the MLG Anaheim Open, fifth in the CWL NA Stage 2 Regular Season, and top 6 in the CWL NA Stage 2 Playoffs. The team then dropped Happy and LlamaGod for former teammates Swarley and Silly and the team placed top 8 at MLG Orlando Open. Ahead of champs, Assault remained on Cloud9 and dropped his three teammates for the compLexity trio in Aches, Ricky, and Lacefield. This new Cloud9 team would go on to place top 6 at the CWL Championship after beating one of the favorites OpTic Gaming in an infamous game 5 series.
At the start of the year, Assault remained on the Cloud9 squad with Aches, Ricky, and Lacefield, and the team started the year off hot with a second place finish at CWL Las Vegas. However, after that placement the team wasn't performing well online and finished a poor top 20 at the CWL Atlanta Open and top 20 again at the CWL/2017 Season/Paris Open. The team went from being a shoe in to qualify for Stage 1 of the pro league to having their spot in jeopardy, but after an improved top 12 placement at the CWL Dallas Open the team had enough pro points to qualify. However in the CWL Pro League Stage 1, Cloud9 struggled only winning five maps and finished with a lowest possible top 16 placement. After such a poor performance the team dropped Ricky and Lacefield for the rising stars Xotic and Priestahh. This new team saw immediate success by qualifying for Stage 2 of the Pro League at the CWL Pro League Relegation and placing top 4 at the CWL Anaheim Open. Despite showing signs of improvement, the team still missed out on playoffs having finished a with poor top 12 placement in the CWL Pro League Stage 2 after being put in a tough pool with eventual Champs winners OpTic Gaming and Champs runners up Team Envy. At the CWL Championship Cloud9 managed to make it through the pools, but got double first rounded and only finished top 16.
World War II
After a disappointing finish at Champs, the team split up and Assault ended up on Echo Fox alongside Faccento, Saints, and Gunless. This team surprisingly struggled online at the start of the year and had to play in the open bracket at the CWL Dallas Open, but still managed to battle through the bracket to a top 6 placement. This placement was good enough to place the team in pools at the next event and leading up to it the team made a questionable trade sending Gunless to Rise Nation for Aqua in return. This change didn't seem to be too detrimental as the team managed to place top 6 again at the CWL/2018 Season/New Orleans Open, but they were eliminated by Rise Nation suggesting that Rise may have won the trade. Echo Fox would then go on to struggle only placing top 12 at the CWL Atlanta Open, top 8 at the CWL Birmingham Open, and failing to make playoffs finishing top 10 in the CWL Pro League Stage 1. After the poor performances, Assault was dropped, but promptly picked up to be the main AR on Evil Geniuses to team with Apathy, and former teammates Aches and Silly. This team saw immediate success by qualifying for Stage 2 of the Pro League at the CWL Pro League Relegation and finishing second at the SEAttle Open. However, in the CWL Pro League Stage 2 Evil Geniuses started with a solid 6-2 record, but fell apart finishing with a 7-7 record and failed to make it to the playoffs. Having missed playoffs and being placed in a tough pool, few people expected a good showing from Evil Geniuses at champs, but they would shock everyone by beating OpTic Gaming with a crucial 3-0 that eliminated OpTic from Champs and got themselves through pools. After that win, the team had an immense amount of confidence and would go on to steamroll through the winners bracket and win the CWL Championship. Due to an impressive performance and a 1.23 K/D, Assault was named MVP of the event.
Black Ops 4
With the change to 5v5, Hastr0 owner of Team Envy bought out the Champs winning Evil Geniuses roster to team alongside the talented Huke. This team was not performing too well online and after finishing bottom of their pool, only placed a disappointing top 12 at the CWL Las Vegas Open. However, the team would show improvement by qualifying for the Pro League by going a perfect 6-0 in their pool at the CWL Pro League Qualifier. Despite having a perfect record at the PLQ, at the CWL Pro League the team only started with a 3-4 record after losing three game 5 series and would go on to place a disappointing top 12 at CWL Fort Worth.
- June 20, Gunless and Assault join Team Envy’s Call of Duty lineup by Justin Binkowski on Dot Esports
- August 19, The 22 players to have won a Call of Duty World Championship by Joe Craven on Dexerto
- September 20, Minnesota Call of Duty franchise signs Assault, SiLLY, GodRx, and Saintt by George Geddes on Dot Esports
- September 25, Minnesota COD sign SiLLY, Assault, and GodRx | The Esports Dispatch by LandO on YouTube
- September 27, We asked our first three players and coach about who should fill out the @COD_MN team. Agree/disagree? with Call of Duty Minnesota on Twitter
- September 28, Assault vs FormaL: The CoD round that almost killed the OpTic dynasty by Dexerto on YouTube
- October 2, Learn why @silly702 @Assault @GODRX & @BrianSaintt chose Minnesota as their new home with Call of Duty Minnesota on Twitter
- October 4, Find out @silly702 @Assault @GODRX's favorite old school video games with Call of Duty Minnesota on Twitter
- October 9, Gamertag origin stories ft. @Silly @Assault @GODRX @BrianSaintt by Call of Duty Minnesota on Twitter
- November 7, Minnesota Vikings vs RØKKR 2v2 Call of Duty! (Minnesota ROKKR) by Minnesota RØKKR on YouTube
- November 14, RØKKR Assault - Player Profile (Minnesota ROKKR) with Minnesota RØKKR on YouTube
- November 15, Building Minnesota RØKKR - CoD Champion Assault - Episode 7 (Minnesota ROKKR) by Minnesota ROKKR on YouTube
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