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|Player has retired.|
|Country of Birth||Bulgaria|
|Birthday||August 7, 1996 (age 23)|
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Modern Warfare 3
EupHo first started playing Call of Duty during Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. His professional CoD career began in 2012. His first real chance to shine came with the first Modern Warfare 3 competitive LAN tournament in Spain, the LVP Season 2 Final Cup, that took place on 3rd-4th with 34united March, 2012, in Madrid. EupHo played well and received recognition after his team lost a close series against Pain Gaming. He was then able to team with better players and managed to win the next Final Cup with Over Gaming.
EupHo was competing with Team MRN at the beginning of the 2017 season, attending every CWL event to achieve the maximum amount of CWL Points, unfortunately he had a VISA problem with his Bulgarian nationality. With the restrictions of the Spanish League and this happening in the middle of the season, EupHo had to retire temporarily and but moved into a coaching role with Team Heretics.
- EupHo is the winningest and highest earning player from Bulgaria in Call of Duty history.
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2017-06-24||3 - 4||LVP SuperLiga Orange Season 12 Final Cup||Heretics|
|2017-02-19||37 - 44||CWL Paris Open 2017||MRN|
|2016-12-17||5 - 6||€ 600||LVP Season 11 Final Cup||BKN|
|2016-10-31||6||€ 1,500||Madrid Gaming Experience 2016||BKN|
|2015-12-06||7 - 8||EU CWL Pro Division 2016 Stage 1 Invitational Qualifying Tournament||Giants|
- January 19, EUPHO: "TENÍA GANAS DE JUGAR CON GENTE QUE QUIERE COMERSE EL MUNDO" - with Liga de Videojuegos Profesional
- July 31, Eupho Day 1 Interview at Gfinity Summer Championship - with Dexerto
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