Dean (Dean de Peuter)

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Dean
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Background Information
NameDean de Peuter
Country of BirthBelgium Belgium
Residency
EU
 Europe
Competitive
RoleSupport
Social Media & Links
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Team History
Jun 2014 - Aug 2015
Player
EQuinox eSportslogo std.pngeQuinox eSports
Aug 2015 - Aug 2015
Player
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Nov 2015 - Jan 2016
Player
EQuinox eSportslogo std.pngeQuinox eSports
Apr 2017 - Jul 2017
Player
Movistar Riderslogo std.pngMovistar Riders
Dec 2017 - Dec 2017
Player
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Dean "Dean" de Peuter is a former Call of Duty player. He is known for his time on eQuinox eSports and Movistar Riders.

Biography[edit]

Advanced Warfare[edit]

Dean first began playing competitively in Advanced Warfare, where he notably teamed with other Belgian players Denz and Duel. This core three stayed together for most of the Advanced Warfare season under eQuinox eSports.They never really found a solid fourth, but were still a force to be reckoned with in the European Amateur Call of Duty scene. Winning FCO AW 1, EGO AW 2, and Gamers Assembly 2015. They also placed top 3 at EGO AW 1 and EGO AW 3. The last event that the trio of Dean, Denz, and Duel would compete together during Advanced Warfare was at SFCO AW 3 where they would place 4th. However, Dean's biggest opportunity thus far in his career would come when he competed under the FAB Games eSports banner alongside Torres, Kivi, and POW3R where they would place 8th in the Gfinity European Pro League Season 1 Championship Division.

Black Ops 3[edit]

Dean was barely active in Black Ops 3, his only event attended was SFCO PS4 BOIII 1 at the start of the game where he would place 1st, under eQuinox eSports. After this win, Dean was inactive for the rest of the Black Ops 3 season.

Infinite Warfare[edit]

In April 2017, Dean teamed up alongside former Aware Gaming EU player Denza. Together they joined the struggling Spanish team Movistar Riders under the guidance of former Giants Gaming player, Sammy and PuNi. Following the arrival of the Belgian duo the Movistar Riders saw quite the improve in the LVP Season 12, but would fall short of Playoffs despite going 5-2 since Dean and Denza joined. Following their stint in the LVP the team competed at the 2017 CWL Birmingham Open where they placed top 16. They qualified for pool play from the open bracket, notably beating domestic rival Giants Gaming 2-0 in the qualifying round. However, being placed in pool A with Splyce, iGame and Black Forest Green, things did not look good for the mixed lineup, as they went 0-3, and 2-9 in map count. Dropping down to the loser bracket, they 3-0'd Giants Gaming again, before losing to the recently formed Team Vitality 3-0. Dean would compete in one final event before the end of season, the GAME Stadium Playoffs where the team would go on to win the event just edging out PAM eSports in semifinals before defeating Team Heretics 3-0 in the final.

Trivia[edit]

Achievements[edit]

Recent Tournament Results (View All)
GameDatePlacePrizeEventTeam
GameIcon BO4.png2019-06-22A22
Red Bull Strijders-Rivals Finals
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GameIcon BO4.png2019-03-09I1Q
Red Bull Strijders-Rivals Qualifier 1
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GameIcon BO4.png2019-02-02A33
Divince Back in Black: Black Ops 4 LAN 2
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GameIcon BO4.png2018-11-25A55 - 6
Back in Black: Black Ops 4 LAN
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GameIcon WWII.png2017-12-10D333 - 40
CWL Dallas Open 2018
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Media[edit]

  • 2017

Gallery[edit]

Redirects

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References