|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||June 17, 1998 (age 21)|
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GodRx came into the scene on Team SiNister alongside CrooK, VaiN, and ChuBBz, and this team placed top 24 out of 192 teams at the MLG Anaheim Season 3 Play-In Tournament. Team SiNister then replaced VaiN with Stringo and placed an improved top 16 at UMG Dallas.
GodRx started the year on iLLmatic Gaming alongside Faccento, REPPIN, and Baker, and the team placed top 24 at UMG Orlando. Baker and GodRx then joined Dream Team to team with Vicious and former teammate Stringo, and the team placed a slightly better top 20 at UMG California. GodRx was then picked up by iSolation eSports as a sub for LlamaGod and teamed with Dedo, Havok, and Silly at UMG Dallas where he saw his best placement with a top 8. GodRx then placed top 8 again at the MES Detroit 25K under VanQuish Gaming teaming with Pemby, ProFeeZy, and Demise. VanQuish Gaming then placed top 20 at UMG Washington DC.
GodRx wasn't 18 for most of the Black Ops 3 season and failed to qualify for Black Ops 3 Champs at the CWL NA Championship Qualifier teaming with Johnny, Destiny, and Pandur. Hoping for a better return in Infinite Warfare, GodRx was picked up by Ghost Gaming to team with Nuglect, Riviction, and Silpy. The team was looking adequate online, but after replacing Silpy with JH3, Ghost Gaming only placed top 40 at the CWL Atlanta Open. GodRx then joined Rogue alongside Nelson and former Black Ops 3 teammates Johnny and Pandur, and the team placed an improved top 28 at the CWL Dallas Open falling just short of making it out of the open bracket. Pandur and GodRx were then picked up by Echo Fox to team with Methodz and ColeChan, and the team began looking good online placing second in some NA MLG 2Ks. However, Pandur and GodRx rejoined Rogue and Johnny and Nelson for a an improved top 20 placement at the CWL Anaheim Open where they managed to make it through the open bracket and into pools. Nelson was then replaced by Stamino and despite inconsistent online placements, Rogue managed to qualify for CWL Champs at the NA CWL LCQ beating Pnda Gaming and Edax Pro. At the CWL Championship, Rogue failed to make it our of their pool losing to Cloud9 and Enigma6 Group for a top 24 placement.
World War II
GodRx opened the year still on Rogue alongside Johnny, Stamino, and Pandur. The team then changed orgs to Team SiNister and at the CWL Dallas Open fell short of making it through the open bracket and into pools, but still managed to place top 24. GodRx and Pandur were then briefly picked up by Enigma6 Group to play with General and Dashy, and the team placed top 8 in the CWL Northern Arena Showdown. GodRx and Pandur then found themselves on eRa Eternity with MiRx and Mochila, but the team wasn't able to make it out of the open bracket at the CWL New Orleans Open. Seeing the talent in the duo of GodRx and Pandur, Ghost Gaming picked them up to play with Maux and Lacefield. This team began to emerge as one of the top NA AM teams and at the CWL Atlanta Open, they managed to battle through the open bracket and into pools for an eventual top 16 placement. Ghost Gaming followed that up performance by failing to make it into pools at the CWL Birmingham Open, but still making an impressive loser bracket run for an improved top 12 placement. Maux was then replaced by Parasite, and the change seemed to help as at the CWL Seattle Open, Ghost Gaming battled through the open bracket, into pools, and into the winners bracket for a top 6 placement beating teams like OpTic Gaming and Team Kaliber in the process. The team kept performing well online, and then once again made it through the open bracket and into pools at the CWL Anaheim Open, but this time only managed to place top 16. Ghost Gaming then qualified for CWL Champs at the CWL Championship LCQ by not dropping a map. At the CWL Championship, Ghost Gaming made it through their pool by beating the EU AM team Zone with an easy 3-0, and beating the APAC league team Mindfreak in a close game 5 series. In bracket play, Ghost Gaming beat Team Sween in the first round, but then lost to Team Envy in winners, and Red Reserve in losers for a top 12 placement.
Black Ops 4
GodRx started the year still playing with Pandur and Parasite, and they initially replaced Lacefield with Xotic and picked up Theory as their fifth. This team would have enough pro points to automatically start in pools at the first event, but Xotic then left to play for Evil Geniuses so that EG would have the automatic spot in pools and Lacefield was then dropped by EG. GodRx and the boys were angered by Xotic so they then decided to pick up a similarly angry Lacefield and were looking to prove that they are the better team at the first event. Ahead of the event, the team joined the org Pittsburgh Knights and picked up Nubzy to be their coach. The Pittsburgh Knights then managed to qualify for pools in the CWL Lag Vegas Open Play-In, but despite starting in pools, they only managed to place top 16 at the CWL Las Vegas Open. Even though the placement wasn't as high as desired, it was enough to qualify for the CWL Pro League Qualifier where they were expected to qualify for the pro league, but after being placed in a tough pool where the top 5 teams all made the pro league, the Pittsburgh Knights placed bottom 2 going 2-4 and failed to qualify for the pro league. GodRx was then picked up by Evil Geniuses to be their substitute, and despite EG struggling, GodRx was never subbed in to play. GodRx then decided to sit out of the next open event seeking a spot on a league team, and in the meantime, he played for Cyclone with Pandur, GloFrosty, Spoof, and Super at the WorldGaming Championship Series Grand Finals. Cyclone ended up only placing top 4, but GodRx seemed like one of the best on the team, and that helped him land a starting role on his first pro league team Enigma6 Group to team with General, KiSMET, Frosty, and JetLi with Sender as the coach.
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2019-08-18||4||$ 110,000||Call of Duty World League Championship 2019||E6|
|2019-07-19||5 - 8||CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs Play-In||E6|
|2019-07-05||13 - 14||$ 61,875||CWL Pro League 2019||E6|
|2019-07-05||77||$ 2,000||CWL Pro League 2019||GODR|
|2019-06-16||5 - 6||$ 15,000||CWL Anaheim 2019||E6|
- November 16, "I was annoyed that it was in talks for 3 days!" - with RealSport
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