Jaylen "Jintroid" Maye is a Call of Duty esports player, currently a staff at UYU.
|NS||March 9, Conbix, Hitman, Jintroid, Mujaydin, and Return join.|
|NS||June 17 (approx.), Conbix, DraMa, Hitmxn, Jintroid, and Return leave.|
|FURY||July 13, DraMa, GloFrosty, Jintroid, Ramby, and TeddyRecKs join.|
|FURY||July 14, Jintroid leaves.|
|HYB||July 15, Jintroid joins. Pentagrxm leaves.|
|HYB||August 29, |
|DIV||January 8, Destiny, Jintroid, Newbz, Theory, TwiZz, and Griffin (Manager) join.|
|DIV||January 28, Jintroid, Newbz, and TwiZz leave.|
|6G||February 8, Jintroid and Kyzer join. Owakening and Willett rejoin.|
|6G||February 26, Team disbands. GloFrosty, Jintroid, Kyzer, Owakening, and Willett leave.|
|6G||March 1, Stamino joins. GloFrosty, Jintroid, Owakening, and Willett rejoin.|
|6G||March 29, Jintroid, Owakening, Stamino, and Willett leave.|
|6G||April 11, Jintroid, Kyzer, Owakening, Stamino, and Willett rejoin.|
|6G||April 13, Jintroid, Kyzer, Owakening, Stamino, and Willett leave.|
|VENG||June 13, Jintroid joins. Charullz leaves.|
|VENG||July 10, Jintroid leaves.|
|UYU||July 10, Davpadie and Jintroid join.|
Pre Black Ops 4
Jintroid made a name for himself competing in online UMG Prime SND tournaments alongside is duo Conbix dating back to Infinite Warfare. These two and several other snd players consistently placed top 4 in these prime tournaments, but were unable to rack up tourney wins falling short to the higher esteemed snd stars such as ILLeY, Simp, and Cellium. Regardless of being unable to achieve UMG Prime wins, Jintroid's consistent placements put him on the map.
Black Ops 4
Jintroid started the year continuing to play in snd tournaments and with Conbix, Apexcitys, MysticaL, and KuavoLou he was able to get past the top 4 and finish second in a UMG Prime tournament. Afterwards, Jintroid decided to play variant and saw quick success placing top 4 in his second NA 2K. He bounced around several teams after that and ended finding a squad consisting of fellow snd stars Diamondcon, Hitmxn, Return, and his duo Conbix. This team saw success online, but replaced Diamondcon for Mujaydin and formed Nemesis Esports ahead of their first open event. Due to their online performances, they were the 14 seed at the CWL Forth Worth Open and they managed to upset the number 1 seed, Team Sween en route to a top 12 finish. With the upset, they put themselves on the map in the variant scene. Nemesis Esports then qualified for the WorldGaming Newtwork Championship Series Grand Finals where they placed last, but still had the opportunity to showcase their skill on stream. Following the Canadian tournament, Jintroid began to see success online winning UMG Primes playing alongside SnD stars such as TTiny and Zaptius as well as Pro League players such as Maux. Meanwhile, with Nemesis Esports the team was looking good after replacing Mujaydin with DraMa as they managed to win an online NA 2K. Despite these online performances, the team struggled at the CWL Anaheim Open only managing a top 24 placement. Jintroid then bounced around several rosters making his way up the AM scene until landing on Hybrid Gaming with Stamino, Spoof, Beehzy, and Pandur. This team was the 9th seed at the CWL Amateur Finals, but only ended up finishing top 12. That placement was good enough to qualify for champs. Ahead of champs, the team was looking decent online, but at the CWL Championship they finished dead last in top 32. This was disappointing as they only won two maps in one of the weaker groups at Champs. Despite having a poor end to the year, Jintroid managed to rise out of the SnD scene and make his way to the top of the AM scene in variant in one game cycle.
To open the year Jintroid joined with Holler and Gunsii, but they were never able to put a find a full five man roster to stick with. Jintroid ended up landing on a team with Newbz, Theory, Destiny and TwiZz. This team looked good online placing 4th in a Challengers 2K and joined the org Team Divine. However, they performed poorly at the first LAN event placing top 48 at the CDC Launch Weekend Open. The team split and Jintroid was picked up by Sixth Gear to team with Owakening, Willett, Kyzer, and GloFrosty. This team saw immediate success winning their first Challengers 2K and finishing second in the next one. At the CDC Atlanta Open, the team finished top 6. That placement wasn't as high as they hoped and they replaced Kyzer with Stamino. Sixth Gear won their next Challengers 2K after the change, but GloFrosty was then poached and eventually replaced by Zinx. With the new change the team still performed well winning another Challenger 2K and winning the online National Gaming Events Season 9 Playoffs. Sixth Gear then placed fourth in the NA CDC Dallas Open after swapping Zinx for their former teammate Kyzer. The team then lost their org, but managed a nice second place finish in the NA CDC Cup 1 losing to the top EU AM team, Team Singularity, who were in NA for a boot-camp. This meant that they placed the highest among NA AM teams. Owakening was then poached and replaced by Charullz and they finished second in the Florida Mutineers Kraken Bounty 1. This team then only placed top 6 in the NA CDC Chicago Open after losing to Owakening's new team in a close game 5 series. Jintroid then got somewhat fortunate as there was some drama with one of the top AM teams that had poached Owakening. Owakening's new team dropped the player at the source of the drama and picked up Jintroid. The new team consisted of a bunch of Jintroid's former teammates with Owakening and GloFrosty, and from Black Ops 4, Zaptius and Spoof. This team started out hot winning the NA CDC Cup 2 in a convincing fashion.
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