Blazt

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Blazt
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Background Information
NameRasim Ogresevic
Country of BirthUnited States United States
BirthdayAugust 12, 1999 (age 20)
Residency
NA
 North America
Competitive
TeamUYUlogo std.pngUYU
RolePlayer
PSN IDBlaztful
XBL GamertagRasim
Social Media & Links
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Team History
Oct 2017 - Dec 2017
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Ground Zero (2017 Team)logo std.pngGround Zero
Jan 2018 - Jan 2018
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Enigma6 Grouplogo std.pngEnigma6 Group
Jan 2018 - Feb 2018
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Next Threatlogo std.pngNext Threat
Feb 2018 - Mar 2018
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Most Wantedlogo std.pngMost Wanted
Mar 2018 - Mar 2018
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ERa Eternitylogo std.pngeRa Eternity
Mar 2018 - Apr 2018
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Recklesslogo std.pngReckless
Apr 2018 - Oct 2018
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CompLexity Gaminglogo std.pngcompLexity
Oct 2018 - Mar 2019
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G2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esports
Mar 2019 - Jun 2019
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Midnight Esportslogo std.pngMidnight Esports
Jun 2019 - Present
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UYUlogo std.pngUYU
Rasim "Blazt" Ogresevic is a Player for UYU.

Biography

World War II

Blazt had made a name for himself in the SnD scene and at the start of the year he decided to try out variant along with his fellow SnD star Fero. Blazt and Fero joined Ground Zero to play with veterans Parasite and MBoZe. This team placed top 8 in their first NA MLG 2K, but MBoZe still left and was replaced with StuDyy. Ground Zero continued to play decently online and Blazt was beginning to show his slaying potential. The online placements earned Ground Zero with a pool play spot at the CWL Dallas Open where they made it out of their pool, but lost to Splyce in round one of the winners bracket and lost to Team Envy in a game 5 in the losers bracket for a top 12 placement. Ground Zero then went on to place top 6 at the CWL Northern Arena Showdown, but after consistent arguments in scrims, Blazt and Fero were both dropped. Seeing the slaying potential in Blazt, the Enigma6 Group picked him up to play with General, Censor, and Dashy. This team had just enough pro points to start in pools at the CWL New Orleans Open and would have to out place Doom Clan, compLexity Gaming, and others to secure their spot in the CWL Pro League. Despite starting in pools, the Enigma6 Group only managed to place top 16 after going 0-4 in their pool. This placement was not high enough to qualify for the CWL Pro League as they were out-placed by Doom Clan and Evil Geniuses. After failing to make the league, Blazt and Censor were dropped and they decided to pick up Nagafen and Mochila to team under Next Threat. The team had mild success in online tournaments and ended up finishing top 4 in the online CWL US National Circuit Stage 1. Blaztful was then picked up by the league team eRa Eternity to play with Ricky, Decemate, and Fero after their fourth player Bevils retired to pursue coaching. Blaztful was pretty fortunate to have this opportunity, but the team didn't have a lot of time to practice before the CWL Atlanta Open and only placed top 16. However, after getting more practice in the pro league, the team changed orgs to Reckless and managed to place top 6 at the CWL Birmingham Open after making a loser bracket run beating eUnited, Team Kaliber, and Echo Fox before eventually losing to Splyce. Fero and Decemate were both poached so Ricky and Blazt picked up former teammates Dashy and Censor to team under compLexity Gaming. This team did not get off to the best start placing only top 16 at the CWL Seattle Open after just failing to get out of pools. Despite having more time to practice in the league, compLexity Gaming once again placed top 16 at the CWL Anaheim Open. The team would continue to struggle and only placed top 12 in the CWL Pro League Stage 2 with a 6-8 series record. Despite the team struggles, Blazt continued to show that he can slay, but the team was riddled with inconsistencies and they were hoping to put it together for champs. At the CWL Championship, compLexity Gaming managed to make it out of their tough pool, but were then beaten by the UK team UNILAD Esports and eliminated by another UK team Red Reserve for a top 16 placement.

Black Ops 4

Leading up to the start of the season, Blazt played in a lot of Black Ops 3 and Ghosts SnD tournaments with moderate success showing off his SnD prowess. Due his his skill in SnD and proving he can slay in variant from WWII, Blazt was picked up by G2 Esports to team with Chino, Faccento, and former teammates Ricky and Decemate. This team had high expectations for their SnD play, but people were worried about how they would fair in respawn modes. G2 Esports wasn't have too much success online and ended up struggling at the CWL Las Vegas Open going 0-4 in pools and eventually ending with a top 16 placement. Seeking more slaying power the team dropped Ricky and Faccento for Lacefield and Methodz. G2 Esports despite not looking good at Vegas, were favorites to qualify for the CWL Pro League at the CWL Pro League Qualifier. However, G2 Esports lost a critical 5 game series against Heretics and finished outside of the top 2 of their pool and would have to qualify in bracket play where they lost to Mindfreak, beat Movistar Riders in a game 5, but then lost to Red Reserve in a game 5 round 11 and failed to qualify for the CWL Pro League. After surprisingly not qualifying for the league, G2 Esports split up and Blazt found himself on the outside looking in. Eventually, Blazt was picked up to play on the pro league Midnight Esports alongside LlamaGod, Saints, and former teammates Lacefield, and Parasite. This move was very controversial on the side of the org since the previous team had been performing well, so this brought extra criticism for Blazt's new team. This new Midnight Esports team did not have a lot of time to practice ahead of CWL Fort Worth, and the team went 0-3 in pools and finished a worst possible top 16 placement. Despite the poor performance at Fort Worth, the team saw improvements in the CWL Pro League with impressive wins over 100 Thieves and Enigma6 Group. However, with the next event being abroad, Saints would not be able to attend, so the team picked up Knight as their substitute. This nullified their recent improvements and Midnight Esports went into CWL London without much expectation, but they still managed to beat UYU and Denial Esports and finished top 12 after losing a close game 5 series against event runners up eUnited.

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Recent Tournament Results (View All)
GameDatePlacePrizeEventTeam
GameIcon BO4.png2019-08-18B717 - 24$ 15,000Champs2018logo small.png Call of Duty World League Championship 2019UYUlogo std.pngUYU
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-20A11$ 603GBlogo small.png MLG GameBattles Miami SCUF Gaming 5v5 Hardpoint 2019-07-20Logo std.pngWEDO
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-20A22GBlogo small.png MLG GameBattles Miami Astro Gaming 5v5 S&D 2019-07-20Logo std.pngBABO
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-19A33 - 4CWL2018logo small.png CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs Play-InUYUlogo std.pngUYU
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-05B515 - 16$ 59,375CWL2018logo small.png CWL Pro League 2019UYUlogo std.pngUYU

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