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Background Information
NameJosh Burman
Country of BirthEngland England
BirthdayAugust 6, 1997 (age 22)
PSN IDzCreza
XBL GamertagCCreza
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Team History
Oct 2017 - Oct 2017
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Mar 2018 - Apr 2018
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Nordiclogo std.pngNordic
Jun 2018 - Jul 2018
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The Imperiallogo std.pngThe Imperial
Dec 2018 - Dec 2018
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Team Divinelogo std.pngTeam Divine
Jan 2019 - Jan 2019
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Apr 2019 - Apr 2019
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Vortex Gaminglogo std.pngVortex Gaming
Jun 2019 - Oct 2019
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TrainHard Esportlogo std.pngTrainHard Esport
Josh "Creza" Burman was previously a player for TrainHard Esport.


World War II

Creza made a name for himself playing in online tournaments prior to the WWII season and that helped him land on a team with known EU AMs Subsist, Chain, and Cappeh. They placed top 16 in the first EU CWL 2K and then a top 32. The team then swapped Cappeh for endurAAA, but still placed top 32. Creza and endurAAA then decided to team with Cammy and SamB, and this team saw better placements with two top 8s. Still seeking better placements, Creza and endurAAA went to team with Yohanson and Reedy, and this team finished with a top 4 placement in a 2K and a top 4 in the CWL UK National Circuit Stage 1. Still unsatisfied, Creza and endurAAA went back to team with Cammy and SamB once again and they won their first 2K. The team was then picked up by Nordic, but they failed to make it out of the open bracket at the CWL Birmingham Open falling short with a top 32 placement. Nordic then only placed top 6 in the CWL UK National Circuit Stage 2 and Creza then left and joined Team 3G to team with established EU AMs Niall, Nolson, and Deleo. Team 3G came out of the gates hot placing second in a 2K and winning the CWL UK National Circuit Stage 3. The team was then picked up by the org The Imperial and at their first event they placed a disappointing top 40 at the CWL Anaheim Open failing to make it out of the open bracket. The Imperial stuck together and won the CWL UK National Circuit Stage 4, but prior to the CWL Championship LCQ, Creza was dropped which surprised many as people had high hopes for The Imperial to qualify for the CWL Championship. Creza couldn't find a team to play with at the LCQ and therefore missed out on a chance to make it to CWL Champs. Ironically, The Imperial failed to qualify for CWL Champs at the LCQ.

Black Ops 4

Creza opened the year bouncing around several different EU rosters consistently placing top 8 in online 2Ks before landing back on Team 3G with Niall, Deleo, Nevo, and Bidz. This team was picked up by the org Team Divine to compete in the CWL Las Vegas Open Play-In where they would have a chance to place in pools at the CWL Vegas Open, but they fell short losing in a game 5 against the Pittsburgh Knights and losing 1-3 to UYU. At the CWL Las Vegas Open, Team Divine failed to make it out of the bracket falling just short with a top 28 placement. Despite not making it to pools, that placement was good enough to qualify for the CWL Pro League Qualifier. Ahead of the qualifier, the team dropped Nevo and Bidz for endurAAA and Keza, but the team changes were not enough as the team failed to qualify for the CWL Pro league after going 1-5 in their pool at the CWL Pro League Qualifier. Missing out on the pro league, Creza decided to just stick to online tournaments for the time being playing with a variety of different rosters including playing with German AMs. He then joined Vortex Gaming to team with fellow UK AMs Denza, Gradicals, Nastie, and Moose with Slayerz as the coach. Vortex Gaming competed in the CWL London Open where they only managed a top 24 placement. Towards the end of the year, Creza ended up on TrainHard Esport teaming with a top Spanish AM YaKo, and three French former pro league players Natshay, RizK, and ZeeK. This team won the CWL France National Qualifier Amateur Finals where they received travel and accommodation for the CWL Amateur Finals in Miami. At the CWL Amateur Finals, TrainHard Esport placed top 12, which was good enough to qualify for the CWL Championship.



Recent Tournament Results (View All)
GameIcon BO4.png2019-08-18B717 - 24$ 15,000Champs2018logo small.png Call of Duty World League Championship 2019TrainHard Esportlogo std.pngTH
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-21A99 - 16GBlogo small.png MLG GameBattles Miami 2v2 S&D 2019-07-21Logo std.pngCERZ
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-21A99 - 12CWL2018logo small.png CWL Amateur Finals 2019TrainHard Esportlogo std.pngTH
GameIcon BO4.png2019-05-05B717 - 24CWL2018logo small.png CWL London Open 2019Vortex Gaminglogo std.pngVortex
GameIcon BO4.png2019-01-20C525 - 28CWL2018logo small.png CWL Pro League 2019 QualifierTeam Divinelogo std.pngDivine



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