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|Country of Birth||England|
|Birthday||September 29, 1999 (age 19)|
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World War II
Bidz opened the year on Frost Dragons eSports alongside fellow EU AMs Yohanson, ShuKz, and Swift. This team played in a few EU MLG 2Ks with a best top 8 placement before Bidz went looking for a new team. After several different rosters he landed on Overtime eSport with the two Belgian AMs Denza and Nevo, and the finnish AM GefKid. This team managed to win the first EU MLG 2K they played and would also go on to win the CWL France National Circuit Stage 1 as they were eligible to play in the stage with two Belgian players. Overtime eSport then looked to turn their online success into LAN success at their first event as a team at the CWL Atlanta Open where they would fall just shy of making it out of the open bracket with a top 28 placement. Bidz was then dropped and was picked up on a team with veteran EU AMs Dominate and ShAnE, and the new blood Chain, but this teem didn't see too much success with a poor top 40 at the CWL Birmingham Open and a dismal seventh place finish in the CWL UK National Circuit Stage 2. Bidz then joined a pick up team with Cammy, endurAAA, and Nevo, and they surprised many by winning the CWL EU Online Pro League Relegation Qualifier. After winning this tournament they were picked up by Nordic and had a chance to make it to stage 2 of the pro league, but they fell short at the CWL Pro League Relegation not being able to win a map. Despite the poor performance in the relegation, Nordic ended up battling through the open bracket at the CWL Seattle Open for an eventual top 20 placement after beating a team that had just qualified for the pro league in Tainted Minds. Unable to qualify for the pro league, Bidz was then dropped and found himself teaming with Briggs, Cammy, and Maple, and that team placed third in the CWL UK National Circuit Stage 3. Bidz was starting to gain attention from the top EU AM teams and that helped land him on Team Sween with QwiKeR, Peatie, and Dylan. This team began looking very strong online placing second in their first EU MLG 2K, winning the next 2K, and then finishing second in the CWL UK National Circuit Stage 4. Despite the solid performances, Bidz was still dropped and joined on a team with Cammy, Defrag, and endurAAA, and this team came out hot winning their first MLG EU 2K. This squad was picked up by Zone to compete at the CWL Championship LCQ where they upset the NA AM team Gas Gaming and beat andother NA AM team Team WaR in a close game 5 series to qualify for CWL Champs. At the CWL Championship, Zone got put into a tough pool with Red Reserve, Mindfreak, and Ghost Gaming, and went 0-3 with only one map win for a top 32 placement.
Black Ops 4
Bidz opened the year teaming with Colgate, Revolt, Insight, and Detain, and this team was performing adequately online. Bidz, due to having a decent amount of pro points in the previous year, was then picked up by Team 3G to team with Niall, Creza, Deleo, and Nevo. This team had enough pro points from the past year to qualify for the play-in that could get them into pools at the first event. The team was picked up by Team Divine and in the CWL Las Vegas Open Play-In they lost to the Pittsburgh Knights in a close game 5 series, beat Gone Gaming, but lost to UYU and missed out on making it into pools. Team Divine would have another chance to make it into pools in the open bracket at the CWL Las Vegas Open, but they fell short placing top 28. This top 28 placement was good enough to qualify for the CWL Pro League Qualifier, but Bidz was dropped by Team Divine ahead of the qualifier, so Bidz had no chance of qualifying for the pro league. Bidz then joined Black Forest Games to team again with Detain, Insight, and Revolt with Keza as their fifth. This was short lived as the org released the team and they replaced Keza with CleanX. After picking up CleanX, the team placed second in their first EU MLG 2K and were picked up by Team Singularity. Under the new org, the team won the ESPU ACL Winter Championship, but still ended up making several roster moves dropping CleanX and Revolt for several players before choosing Keza and Maple. The new Team Singularity won an EU MLG 2K, but Maple was poached by an EU AM team with more experience and he was replaced by Genesis. Team Singularity would then only place top 16 in their next 2K, but rebounded with a decent top 12 at the CWL Fort Worth Open. Genesis was then dropped for QwiKeR and the team finished second in the ESPU ACL Spring Championship. The team then placed an improved top 8 at the CWL London Open. QwiKeR then left and was initally replaced by Maple, but Maple was then swapped for CleanX. Team Singularity seemed to be always swapping the same players throughout the year keeping the trio of Bidz, Detain, and Insight as constants. With Keza and CleanX to round out the team, they placed a solid top 6 at the CWL Amateur Finals and qualified for CWL Champs.
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2019-08-18||9 - 12||$ 35,000||Call of Duty World League Championship 2019||SNG|
|2019-07-21||5 - 6||$ 6,000||CWL Amateur Finals 2019||SNG|
|2019-07-21||3 - 4||MLG GameBattles Miami 5v5 Hardpoint 2019-07-20||SNG|
|2019-05-05||7 - 8||$ 2,750||CWL London Open 2019||SNG|
|2019-03-17||9 - 12||$ 2,000||CWL Fort Worth Open 2019||SNG|
Bidz at CWL Champs 2018
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