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Background Information
NameIzzul Amin
Country of Birth
Asia Pacific
Team21 Huntsmenlogo std.png21 Huntsmen
Competitive IDsizxmn, izzulamin
Social Media & Links
Team History
??? ???? - Sep 2016NoVa Esports Clublogo std.pngNoVa Esports Club
Sep 2016 - ??? 2016UnVeiL Gaminglogo std.pngUnVeiL Gaming
Apr 2018 - ??? 2018NoVa Esports Clublogo std.pngNoVa Esports Club
Nov 2018 - Oct 2019RamPaGe Gaminglogo std.pngRampage Gaming
Jun 2020 - Present
21 Huntsmenlogo std.png21 Huntsmen

Izzul "Izzul" Amin is a Call of Duty esports player, currently a coach for 21 Huntsmen. He is a 2016 and 2019 Asian Champion



In 2014, Izzul started to play his first Call of Duty game, Ghosts, out of the influence of his online friend despite having no experience and love towards first person shooter games. He started playing Search and Destroy challenges against his group of friends and grew interest to the game. With that, he started to step into the competitive community but being a inexperienced player he is always talked down upon and never given a chance to compete or play in any scrims or 8s.

Advanced Warfare[edit]

Izzul, together with Team NoVa, made a stand in the Asian region that they could be playing with the big dogs despite being new at the game. Izzul then proceeded to be a stand in at a Xbox one Local LAN tournament for RamPaGe Gaming at Campus Game Festival 2015 despite playing on the PlayStation console since young. The team that Izzul stood in for placed 3rd at the event with no practice and going against experienced player whom some have went international events and won numerous online tournaments.

Black Ops 3[edit]

Black Ops 3 was the game that changed the perspective of anyone about Izzul. It was announced the first ever Call of Duty Asia Championship tournament which gathered the top teams in Asia to battle it out. Izzul, together with Team NoVa qualified through the SEA and Korean qualifiers. The team then proceeded to dominate the tournament without dropping a single map.

Infinite Warfare[edit]

Izzul was not able to compete for Call of Duty Asia Championship in 2017 due to age restriction. Despite the fact he wasn’t able to compete in the Major, he continued to played local events and won 2/2 events attended with Team Nova and Unveil Gaming.

World War II[edit]

Izzul was eligible to compete for the Call of Duty Asian Championship 2018 and it was the only Major tournament of the year. After being left out from his old team due to age restrictions, Izzul made a team and played under Team NoVa alongside Seth, Jericho and Future being the underdogs of the qualifiers. Team NoVa didnt qualify through the 1st qualifier but continued to participate in the 2nd qualifier. Team NoVa unfortunately lost to a team that had a ringer who wasn’t allow to play the tournament. Discussions went through and they admitted they were playing with a ringer but the team continued to go against their word of giving up the spot to Team NoVa. Therefore, Team NoVa wasn’t able to attend Call of Duty Asia Championship 2018.

Black Ops 4[edit]

Izzul was picked up by RamPaGe Gaming in November 2018 to be the 5th and final member of the team. Izzul proceeded to compete under Rampage for international and regional events.



Recent Tournament Results (View All)
GameIcon BO4.png2019-06-16F365 - 96 CWL Anaheim Open 2019RamPaGe Gaminglogo std.pngRG
GameIcon BO4.png2019-05-05D333 - 48 CWL London Open 2019RamPaGe Gaminglogo std.pngRG
GameIcon BO4.png2019-03-23A11$ 12,000 Asia Championship 2019RamPaGe Gaminglogo std.pngRG
GameIcon BO4.png2018-12-23A11 Comic Fiesta 2018 ShowmatchRamPaGe Gaminglogo std.pngRG
GameIcon BO4.png2018-12-09I0145-209 CWL Las Vegas Open 2019RamPaGe Gaminglogo std.pngRG




The following pages redirect here:


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 UnVeiL NoVa's Tweet twitter.com
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 RamPaGe Gaming's Twitlonger twitlonger.com
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 RamPaGe Gaming's Tweet twitter.com
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 RamPaGe Gaming's tweet twitter.com
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 RanGer's InstaStory instagram.com