Hawqeh

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Hawqeh
Hawqeh CTP 2019.png
Background Information
NameBilly Harris
Country of BirthScotland Scotland
BirthdayAugust 20, 1997 (age 22)
Residency
EU
 Europe
Competitive
TeamCowana Gaminglogo std.pngcowana Gaming
RolePlayer
PSN IDBHawqeh
Social Media & Links
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Billy "Hawqeh" Harris is a Call of Duty esports player, currently a player for cowana Gaming.

Team History

Combine Role Swaps:No|Yes
Dates:Approx|Exact
TeamStartEnd
EU
Orbit eSportlogo std.pngTeam OrbitMay 20142014-05-28≈Sep 2014≈2014-09-??≈3mo 4d
EU
Team Insightlogo std.pngTeam InsightOct 20142014-10-10≈Nov 2014≈2014-11-??≈22d
EU
Logo std.pngTeam AnticsNov 20142014-11-26[2]Jan 20152015-01-09[1]1mo 13d
EU
Rift Gaminglogo std.pngRift GamingMay 20152015-05-17[3]Jun 20152015-06-0822d
EU
Barrage eSportslogo std.pngBarrage eSportsOct 20152015-10-30≈Dec 2015≈2015-12-??≈1mo 18d
EU
Epsilon Esportslogo std.pngEpsilon EsportsJan 20162016-01-06Jan 20162016-01-115d
EU
Splycelogo std.pngSplyceJan 20162016-01-11[5]Apr 20162016-04-15[4]3mo 4d
EU
Exertus eSportslogo std.pngExertus eSportsMay 20162016-05-03Aug 20162016-08-033mo
EU
FAB Games eSportslogo std.pngFAB Games eSportsAug 20162016-08-03[7]Dec 20162016-12-15[6]4mo 12d
EU
Epsilon Esportslogo std.pngEpsilon EsportsDec 20162016-12-15[9]Aug 20182018-08-31[8]1yr 8mo
EU
The Imperiallogo std.pngThe ImperialNov 20182018-11-21[11]Jan 20192019-01-23[10]2mo 2d
EU
Lightning Pandaslogo std.pngLightning PandasMar 20192019-03-05[13]Apr 20192019-04-18[12]1mo 13d
EU
Alliancelogo std.pngAllianceApr 20192019-04-26Jul 20192019-07-06[15]2mo 10d
EU
Fuego Gaminglogo std.pngFuego GamingJul 20192019-07-06[17]Aug 20192019-08-28[16]1mo 22d
EU
Kansas City Pioneerslogo std.pngKC PioneersOct 20192019-10-30Dec 20192019-12-29[18]1mo 30d
EU
Team Elitistlogo std.pngTeam ElitistJan 20202020-01-14[20]May 20202020-05-16[19]4mo 2d
EU
Eidoslogo std.pngEidosMay 20202020-05-27[22]Jun 20202020-06-19[21]23d
EU
Cowana Gaminglogo std.pngcowana GamingJun 20202020-06-19[23]Present19d
TeamStartEnd
EU
Orbit eSportlogo std.pngTeam OrbitMay 20142014-05-28≈Sep 2014≈2014-09-??≈3mo 4d
EU
Team Insightlogo std.pngTeam InsightOct 20142014-10-10≈Nov 2014≈2014-11-??≈22d
EU
Logo std.pngTeam AnticsNov 20142014-11-26[2]Jan 20152015-01-09[1]1mo 13d
EU
Rift Gaminglogo std.pngRift GamingMay 20152015-05-17[3]Jun 20152015-06-0822d
EU
Barrage eSportslogo std.pngBarrage eSportsOct 20152015-10-30≈Dec 2015≈2015-12-??≈1mo 18d
EU
Epsilon Esportslogo std.pngEpsilon EsportsJan 20162016-01-06Jan 20162016-01-115d
EU
Splycelogo std.pngSplyceJan 20162016-01-11[5]Apr 20162016-04-15[4]3mo 4d
EU
Exertus eSportslogo std.pngExertus eSportsMay 20162016-05-03Aug 20162016-08-033mo
EU
FAB Games eSportslogo std.pngFAB Games eSportsAug 20162016-08-03[7]Dec 20162016-12-15[6]4mo 12d
EU
Epsilon Esportslogo std.pngEpsilon EsportsDec 20162016-12-15[9]Aug 20182018-08-31[8]1yr 8mo
EU
The Imperiallogo std.pngThe ImperialNov 20182018-11-21[11]Jan 20192019-01-23[10]2mo 2d
EU
Lightning Pandaslogo std.pngLightning PandasMar 20192019-03-05[13]Apr 20192019-04-18[12]1mo 13d
EU
Alliancelogo std.pngAllianceApr 20192019-04-26Jul 20192019-07-06[15]2mo 10d
EU
Fuego Gaminglogo std.pngFuego GamingJul 20192019-07-06[17]Aug 20192019-08-28[16]1mo 22d
EU
Kansas City Pioneerslogo std.pngKC PioneersOct 20192019-10-30Dec 20192019-12-29[18]1mo 30d
EU
Team Elitistlogo std.pngTeam ElitistJan 20202020-01-14[20]May 20202020-05-16[19]4mo 2d
EU
Eidoslogo std.pngEidosMay 20202020-05-27[22]Jun 20202020-06-19[21]23d
EU
Cowana Gaminglogo std.pngcowana GamingJun 20202020-06-19[23]Present19d

News

  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
EU
Orbit eSportlogo std.pngOrbitMay 28, Hawqeh, Insanatised, Kipper, and Swiftyy join.
EU
Orbit eSportlogo std.pngOrbitSeptember (approx.), Hawqeh, Insanatised, Kipper, and Swiftyy leave.
EU
Team Insightlogo std.pngINSOctober 10, Hawqeh, LXT, Nathan, and Swiftyy join.
EU
Team Insightlogo std.pngINSNovember (approx.), Hawqeh, LXT, Nathan, and Swiftyy leave.
EU
Logo std.pngANTINovember 26, Bran, Hawqeh, Insanatised, and Swiftyy join.[2]
EU
Logo std.pngANTIJanuary 9, BoabyCee, Drent, Nolson, and Sam join. Bran, Hawqeh, Insanitised, and Swiftyy leave.[1]
EU
Rift Gaminglogo std.pngRiftMay 17, Dqvee, HaLLy, Hawqeh, and Lewiss join. Cosmic, Insight, Jake, and Tazz leave.[3]
EU
Rift Gaminglogo std.pngRiftJune 8, Dqvee, HaLLy, Hawqeh, and Lewiss leave.
EU
Barrage eSportslogo std.pngBRGOctober 30, Carbines, Dqvee, and Hawqeh join.
EU
Barrage eSportslogo std.pngBRGDecember (approx.), Carbines, Hawqeh, LXT, and Xenith leave.
EU
Epsilon Esportslogo std.pngEPSIJanuary 6, Hawqeh joins.
EU
Splycelogo std.pngSPYJanuary 11, Hawqeh joins. Reedy leaves.[5]
EU
Epsilon Esportslogo std.pngEPSIJanuary 11, Reedy joins. Hawqeh leaves.
EU
Splycelogo std.pngSPYApril 15, Joee and Rated join. Hawqeh and Vortex leave.[4]
EU
Exertus eSportslogo std.pngEXRTMay 3, Hawqeh joins. Carbines leaves.
EU
Exertus eSportslogo std.pngEXRTAugust 3, Desire, Dqvee, Hawqeh, and Vortex leave.
EU
FAB Games eSportslogo std.pngfabEAugust 3, Desire, Dqvee, Hawqeh, and Vortex join.[7]
EU
Epsilon Esportslogo std.pngEPSIDecember 15, Desire, Dqvee, Hawqeh, and Vortex join.[9]
EU
FAB Games eSportslogo std.pngfabEDecember 15, Desire, Dqvee, Hawqeh, and Vortex leave.[6]
EU
Epsilon Esportslogo std.pngEPSIAugust 31, Hawqeh, Reedy, and Vortex leave.[8]
EU
The Imperiallogo std.pngIMPNovember 21, Denza, Hawqeh, Moose, Reedy, and Vortex join.[11]
EU
The Imperiallogo std.pngIMPJanuary 23, Denza, Hawqeh, Moose, Reedy, and Vortex leave.[10]
EU
Lightning Pandaslogo std.pngLPMarch 5, Chain and Hawqeh join. Nastie joins as substitute. Alexx and Joshh leave.[13][14]
EU
Lightning Pandaslogo std.pngLPApril 18, Organization ceases operations. Nastiee, Op2 (Coach), Chain, Dqvee, Hawqeh, Maple, and Peatie leave.[12]
EU
Alliancelogo std.pngAApril 26, Chain, Dqvee, Hawqeh, Maple, and Peatie join.
EU
Alliancelogo std.pngAJuly 6, Hawqeh leaves.[15]
EU
Fuego Gaminglogo std.pngFuegoJuly 6, BBConor, Harry, Hawqeh, and MadCat join. Chaaxter rejoins.[17]
EU
Fuego Gaminglogo std.pngFuegoAugust 28, Hawqeh leaves.[16]
EU
Kansas City Pioneerslogo std.pngKCPOctober 30, Chaaxter, Control, Cxllum, Harry, and Hawqeh join.
EU
Kansas City Pioneerslogo std.pngKCPDecember 29, Chaaxter, Control, Cxllum, Harry, and Hawqeh leave.[18]
EU
Team Elitistlogo std.pngELIJanuary 14, Aroma, Chaaxter, Cxllum, Harry, and Hawqeh join.[20]
EU
Team Elitistlogo std.pngELIMay 16, Divinity, Myki, Vision, and YellowBeanBag join. Aroma rejoins. Cxllum, Genesis, Hawqeh, and Hicksy leave.[19]
EU
Eidoslogo std.pngEIDMay 27, Fusionz, Hawqeh, Henry, Iviano, and LewTee join.[22]
EU
Eidoslogo std.pngEIDJune 19, Fusionz, Hawqeh, Henry, Iviano, and LewTee leave.[21]
EU
Cowana Gaminglogo std.pngCOWJune 19, Fusionz, Hawqeh, Henry, Iviano, and LewTee join. Beseatey, Billy, Jambo, Shaun, and Traudey leave.[23]

Biography[edit]

Ghosts[edit]

His first breakthrough year was in 2014 during Call of Duty Ghosts where he placed high at multiple European events where he represented top organizations such as Team Orbit. It was joked about how Hawqeh was an "online player" after beating the top teams in Europe consistently online. It was during Ghosts whereby Hawqeh attended his first LAN event began to take competitive Call Of Duty seriously.

Advanced Warfare[edit]

Hawqeh had a slow start to Advanced Warfare and had to wait until mid-2015 to find success on LAN whereby he began to really make a statement in the European scene winning his first event Insomnia 55 later that year under Barrage eSports which Hawqeh was under for the majority of the year.

Black Ops 3[edit]

At the start of Black Ops 3 Hawqeh remained under Barrage eSports however was unable to qualify for the Call Of Duty World League season 1 via the online qualifiers. Despite this Hawqeh due to his sheer talent was offered a place on the roster of Epsilon Esports who had already qualified for Season 1 in Cologne, Germany. Epsilon were looking for a player due to dropping Watson for not playing enough. Soon after joining Epsilon Esports Hawqeh was traded to Splyce from Epsilon Esports for Reedy who had been benched from the team. The inaugural season soon started after with the final Splyce lineup being Hawqeh, Bance, Joshh and Vortex. Splyce had a fairly average league finishing 4th which was around about what was expected however importantly made it to the finals in Cologne and ensured their spot in Season 2 of the Call Of Duty World League. In Cologne Splyce surprised many ending Season 1 in 2nd eventually losing to Millenium in the finals and between them taking home $36,000. All of Hawqeh's grinding had payed off and had finally proved himself to be a top player in Europe with some spectacular performances beating Team infused who were one of the favorites to win after taking the previous LAN event and ending Regular Season in 1st.

Trivia[edit]

  • He is known for grinding the game more than anyone having a large number of public match hours
  • Hawqeh attended his first event in 2014
  • Hawqeh placed 2nd in the inaugural Call Of Duty World League
  • Hawqeh has the world record for the fastest time to beat "FNG" in Modern Warfare Remastered (9.3 Seconds) [24]

Player Achievements[edit]

Recent Tournament Results (View All)
GameDatePlacePrizeEventTeam
GameIcon MW.png2020-03-01A44
CDC Paris Open 2020
Team Elitistlogo std.pngELI
GameIcon MW.png2020-02-09A55 - 6
CDC London Open 2020
Team Elitistlogo std.pngELI
GameIcon MW.png2020-01-26C525 - 32
Call of Duty Challengers Launch Weekend Open 2020
Team Elitistlogo std.pngELI
GameIcon BO4.png2019-08-18B717 - 24$ 15,000
Call of Duty World League Championship 2019
Fuego Gaminglogo std.pngFuego
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-21B313 - 16
CWL Amateur Finals 2019
Fuego Gaminglogo std.pngFuego

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