Frosty

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Frosty
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Background Information
NameBradley Bergstrom
Country of BirthUnited States United States
BirthdayOctober 12, 1997 (age 22)
Residency
NA
 North America
Competitive
RoleAR Slayer
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Team History
Oct 2018 - Jun 2019
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Jun 2019 - Aug 2019
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Bradley "Frosty" Bergstrom was previously an AR Slayer for Midnight Esports. He is a former professional and two time world champion of Halo.

Biography

Black Ops 4

Frosty made a name for himself in Halo where he became a two time Halo World Champion, so his decision to switch to Cod was highly anticipated. Frosty joined the org Enigma6 Group, which has a history of picking up new talent such as Dashy, Decemate, and ABeZy. Frosty joined the team to play alongside General, KiSMET, Diabolic, and Kade. This team was performing decently online, but it seemed that Frosty needed some time to adapt to Cod. At their first LAN event, the team added Sender as a coach, but still struggled only placing top 32 at the CWL Las Vegas Open. This was very disappointing, but was just good enough to qualify for the CWL Pro League Qualifier. Ahead of the qualifier, the team began showing improvements online including winning a ProDown tournament. At the CWL Pro League Qualifier, Enigma6 Group showed improvements by going 5-1 and topping their pool with the young talents Frosty and KiSMET showing off. In the CWL Pro League, Enigma6 Group went 3-4 in their first two weeks and seeking to improve before the next event, the team dropped Kade for Chino. This change seemed to help as the team rallied to a top 6 at CWL Fort Worth. Back in the CWL Pro League, the team despite playing well at Fort Worth, went 0-4 and decided to drop Chino and Diabolic for GodRx and Jetli. This change did not seem to help at CWL London as the team placed a worst possible top 16. In the CWL Pro League the team saw improvements going only 2-5, but four of those losses cam in close game 5s series. At CWL Anaheim, GodRx went off and carried Enigma6 Group to another top 6 placement. Unable to get past top 6, the team decided to make a change and controversially decided to drop Frosty. This left Frosty scrambling for a team to close the year and he ended up on Midnight Esports to team with Parasite, LlamaGod, Royalty, and Zaptius with Saint as the coach. In the last week of the CWL Pro League Midnight Esports went a surprising 3-1 and Frosty emerged as a top slayer for the team. At the CWL Pro League Playoffs Play-In, Midnight Esports managed to reverse sweep elevate, but lost to Luminosity Gaming and missed out on the CWL Pro League Playoffs.

Trivia

  • Frosty is a 2016 and 2017 Halo World Champion.

Achievements

Recent Tournament Results (View All)
GameDatePlacePrizeEventTeam
GameIcon BO4.png2019-08-18B717 - 24$ 15,000Champs2018logo small.png Call of Duty World League Championship 2019Midnight Esportslogo std.pngMid
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-19A33 - 4CWL2018logo small.png CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs Play-InMidnight Esportslogo std.pngMid
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-05A99 - 10$ 74,375CWL2018logo small.png CWL Pro League 2019Midnight Esportslogo std.pngMid
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-05F050$ 4,000CWL2018logo small.png CWL Pro League 2019Logo std.pngFROS
GameIcon BO4.png2019-06-16A55 - 6$ 15,000CWL2018logo small.png CWL Anaheim 2019Enigma6 Grouplogo std.pngE6

Media

  • 2018
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