BigTymeR

From Call of Duty Esports Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Player has retired.
BigTymeR
BigTymeR Black Ops II.png
Background Information
NameWill Johnson
Country of BirthUnited States United States
BirthdayJuly 3, 1991 (age 27)
Residency
NA
 North America
Competitive
RolePlayer
Social Media & Links
Infobox Instagramlogo std.png
Infobox Twitchlogo std.png
Infobox Twitterlogo std.png
Infobox Youtubelogo std.png
Team History
??? 2009 - Nov 2010
Playerrole icon.png
HSG Xtravagantlogo std.png Xtravagant
Feb 2011 - Mar 2012
Playerrole icon.png
OpTic Gaminglogo std.png OpTic Gaming
Mar 2012 - May 2012
Playerrole icon.png
ApeX eSports NAlogo std.png apeX eSports NA
Jun 2012 - Jan 2014
Playerrole icon.png
OpTic Gaminglogo std.png OpTic Gaming
Jan 2014 - Jan 2014
Coachrole icon.png
OpTic Gaminglogo std.png OpTic Gaming
Will "BigTymeR" Johnson is a retired Call of Duty player. He retired from competing on January 5th, 2014. [1] His most notable teams were Xtravagant and OpTic Gaming.

Biography

BigTymer began his Call of Duty competitive career during the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare days; making his name known on Xtravagant; better known as "IXI" for winning the MLG National Championship 2009. Remaining with Xtravagent until Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 rolled around, BigTymeR with his teammate Rambo, made a decision to change teams and heading over to OpTic Gaming.

Teaming up with ProoFy, MerK and Rambo, BigTymeR made a few plays under the OpTic Gaming name during Modern Warfare 2 and Black Ops. However, even after winning $400,000 under the OpTic Gaming name at Call of Duty XP, BigTymeR decided that he needed a change soon into Modern Warfare 3. So, along with Rambo, Scump and MerK; the squad made a short switch to the apeX.NA name during Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Leaving apeX.NA only after a few events, BigTymeR made his way back home to OpTic Gaming, only to team up with NaDeSHoT, Scump and MerK. Since his move back to OpTic Gaming, BigTymeR has remained under the OpTic Gaming name. Late in the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 season, OpTic Gaming released their long time captain and teammate MerK, only to have BigTymeR take over as their newest captain for OpTic Gaming's 2014 season. However, big things changed for OpTic Gaming at the beginning of 2014; BigTymeR announced that following his attendance at UMG Philadelphia 2014, he would be retiring from competitive Call of Duty to take over as OpTic Gaming's coach for the remainder of the 2014 season but soon after Major League Gaming announced that coaches were no longer allowed in team booths at events.

Trivia

  • BigTymeR held the record for the "Highest-Earning Call of Duty Player" until he was passed by Karma.
  • BigTymeR was in the Guinness Book of World Records 2013 for both of the above accomplishments.

Achievements

Recent Tournament Results (View All)
GameDatePlacePrizeEventTeam
GameIcon AW.png2014-10-30A22Sledgehammer Gameslogo small.png OpTic Gaming Advanced Warfare Pre Launch ShowcaseLogo std.png ATLA
GameIcon Ghosts.png2014-01-05A99 - 12UMGlogo.png UMG Philadelphia 2014OpTic Gaminglogo std.png OG
GameIcon Ghosts.png2013-11-24B313 - 16MLGlogo small.png MLG Fall Championship 2013OpTic Gaminglogo std.png OG
GameIcon BO2.png2013-10-19A22$ 5,000MLGlogo small.png MLG Fall Invitational 2013OpTic Gaminglogo std.png OG
GameIcon BO2.png2013-10-13A99 - 12Gfinitylogo small.png Gfinity 2OpTic Gaminglogo std.png OG

Media

Gallery

Interviews

Articles

Videos

External Links

Redirects

The following pages redirect here. There are three types of pages that may appear on this list:

  • Names formerly used by the player in competition
  • Nicknames or alternative spellings or capitalizations of the player's name
  • Common typos that are frequently searched for

The list is generated automatically. To request an addition to the list, you may use this form.

References