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.
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