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MettalZ
MettalZ CDL 2020.png
Background Information
NameAdrian Serrano
Country of Birth
Spain
BirthdaySeptember 19, 2000 (age 20)
Residency
EU
Europe
Prev Residencies
NA
North America
Competitive
RolePlayer
PSN IDD_MettalZ
Social Media & Links
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Adrian "MettalZ" Serrano is a Call of Duty esports player, previously a substitute for Toronto Ultra. He is well known for his time on Team Heretics and Toronto Ultra.

Team History

Combine Role Swaps:No|Yes
Dates:Approx|Exact
TeamStartEnd
EU
Epic Gaminglogo std.pngEpic GamingJan 20172017-01-31Feb 20172017-02-2121d
ejel
EU
PAM eSportslogo std.pngPAM eSportsApr 20172017-04-05[2]Aug 20172017-08-24[1]4mo 19d
ejel
EU
KIYF eSports Clublogo std.pngKIYF eSports ClubAug 20172017-08-24[4]≈Jul 2018≈2018-07-??≈10mo 8d
ejel
EU
Team Hereticslogo std.pngTeam HereticsSep 20182018-09-19[6]Sep 20192019-09-19[5]1yr
ejel
CDL
Toronto Ultralogo std.pngTOR Ultra
Oct 20192019-10-24[10]Sep 20202020-09-04[7]10mo 11d
ejel
TeamStartEnd
EU
Epic Gaminglogo std.pngEpic GamingJan 20172017-01-31Feb 20172017-02-2121d
ejel
EU
PAM eSportslogo std.pngPAM eSportsApr 20172017-04-05[2]Aug 20172017-08-24[1]4mo 19d
ejel
EU
KIYF eSports Clublogo std.pngKIYF eSports ClubAug 20172017-08-24[4]≈Jul 2018≈2018-07-??≈10mo 8d
ejel
EU
Team Hereticslogo std.pngTeam HereticsSep 20182018-09-19[6]Sep 20192019-09-19[5]1yr
ejel
CDL
Toronto Ultralogo std.pngTOR UltraOct 20192019-10-24[10]Feb 20202020-02-08[12]3mo 15d
ejel
CDL
Toronto Ultralogo std.pngTOR Ultra
Feb 20202020-02-08[12]Apr 20202020-04-10[13]2mo 2d
ejel
CDL
Toronto Ultralogo std.pngTOR UltraApr 20202020-04-10[13]Jul 20202020-07-103mo
ejel
CDL
Toronto Ultralogo std.pngTOR Ultra
Jul 20202020-07-10Sep 20202020-09-04[7]1mo 25d
ejel

News

  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
EU
Epic Gaminglogo std.pngEpicJanuary 31, MettalZ joins.
EU
Epic Gaminglogo std.pngEpicFebruary 21, MettalZ leaves.
EU
PAM eSportslogo std.pngPAMApril 5, MeTTalZ and Stirpeeh join.[2][3]
EU
PAM eSportslogo std.pngPAMAugust 24, MeTTalZ leaves.[1]
EU
KIYF eSports Clublogo std.pngKIYFAugust 24, MeTTalZ joins.[4]
EU
KIYF eSports Clublogo std.pngKIYFApril 24, MeTTalZ rejoins.[14]
EU
KIYF eSports Clublogo std.pngKIYFJuly (approx.), FrezR, HeLLioX, Machete, and MettalZ leave.
EU
Team Hereticslogo std.pngHTCSSeptember 19, MeTTalZ joins.[6]
EU
Team Hereticslogo std.pngHTCSSeptember 19, MeTTalZ leaves.[5]
CDL
Toronto Ultralogo std.pngTOROctober 24, Team reveals branding as Toronto Ultralogo std.pngToronto Ultra. Bance, Brack, Cammy, Classic, CleanX, Loony, Lucky, Mayhem, Methodz, and MettalZ join.[10][11]
CDL
Toronto Ultralogo std.pngTORFebruary 8, Bance moves to starting roster.
MettalZ moves to substitute.[12]
CDL
Toronto Ultralogo std.pngTORApril 10, MettalZ moves to starting roster. Loony moves to substitute.[13]
CDL
Toronto Ultralogo std.pngTORJuly 10, Classic moves to starting roster.
MettalZ moves to substitute.
CDL
Toronto Ultralogo std.pngTORSeptember 4, Cammy and CleanX will remain with the team for 2021. Classic,
Brack,
Loony,
Lucky,
Mayhem, and
MettalZ leave.[7][8][9]

Biography[edit]

Black Ops 4[edit]

Team Heretics went into the new game by adding the young promise MettalZ to their already established lineup. They started out the season on fire by winning two out of the first three online 2Ks and the CWL Las Vegas Spanish Qualifier. At CWL Las Vegas, the team made it out of the Open Bracket in Winners by defeating one of the Open Bracket favorites FC Black 3-0. This sent them into Pool B with Evil Geniuses, Luminosity, Red Reserve, and UYU. The team went 1-3, with their only win being pool winners Evil Geniuses, and were sent to the first round of the Losers Bracket. They defeated Revenge but were then knocked out by Team Reciprocity with a Top 20 finish. This placement was good enough for them to qualify for the CWL Pro League Qualifier. At the qualifier, they solidified themselves as a top team by winning five out of the six matches in their pool, only losing to Team Envy in map 5. This gave auto qualification to the CWL Pro League 2019, the first time for a Spanish team. They got off to an unbeaten start in the Pro League with a 5-0 record, before things started to go against them with the departure of Sukry and signing the Italian player Wartex for the end of season. During the year they accumulated almost $150,000 in prize money, finishing top sixteen at Call of Duty World League Championship 2019.

Modern Warfare[edit]

For the debut season of the Call of Duty League, MettalZ will be a part of the franchise team of Toronto Ultra with Methodz, Brack, Loony, Classic, Mayhem, Bance, Cammy, CleanX, and Heretics teammate Lucky.

The first starting roster of Loony, Methodz, MettalZ, Classic, and Cammy was announced on January 21, 2020.

Ultra defeated Seattle Surge in map five before losing to home team Minnesota RØKKR 1-3 at Launch Weekend. The following week in London, English player Bance was switched onto the starting roster for MettalZ. Leading up to Week 5, the Ultra added MettalZ back into the starting lineup, replacing the captain Loony. For the first time since Launch Weekend, the team won a series by defeating Florida. After that series, however, the went on to lose versus Dallas Empire 2-3 and also their rematch against Florida Mutineers with a great MettalZ performance. The new lineup continued to improve by advancing out of the group stage for the first time after defeating New York Subliners and Minnesota RØKKR in Week 7. They lost to OpTic Gaming Los Angeles in the semifinal in map five round 11, but seemed to have finally established a consistent starting roster to improve with.

The team did not scrim while he was gone into Week 9. Classic returned in time for the weekend and took his spot back after personal problems for CleanX. The went on to lose 3-1 to LA Guerrillas and 3-0 to the Huntsmen. To make things more confusing, CleanX officially joined the starting roster just days after the event and a day before Week 10. This would mark the first time in CDL history that a team fielded a roster with players from five different countries. After narrowly losing to Atlanta FaZe, the Ultra beat up on OpTic Gaming 3-0 in one of the most dominant series of the season including a 250-49 Hackney Yard hardpoint win. New York Subliners would knock them out in the next round. Classic replaced MettalZ in Week 11 and moved into Toronto Black team.

Trivia[edit]

  • MettalZ is the only Spanish player to play in the Call of Duty League.
  • MettalZ is considered the best Search and Destroy player in Spain.
  • MettalZ holds the Spanish record for the most kills (107) in a 4v4 Warzone with BotiPoti, Daga, and YaKo.

Achievements[edit]

Recent Tournament Results (View All)
GameDatePlacePrizeEventTeam
GameIcon MW.png2020-01-26A55 - 8 Call of Duty League 2020 Launch WeekendToronto Ultralogo std.pngTOR
GameIcon BO4.png2019-08-18B313 - 16$ 25,000 Call of Duty World League Championship 2019Team Hereticslogo std.pngHTCS
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-21A99 - 10$ 12,500 CWL Pro League 2019 PlayoffsTeam Hereticslogo std.pngHTCS
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-05A77 - 8$ 69,375 CWL Pro League 2019Team Hereticslogo std.pngHTCS
GameIcon BO4.png2019-06-16A77 - 8$ 7,500 CWL Anaheim 2019Team Hereticslogo std.pngHTCS

Media[edit]

  • 2019
  • 2020

Gallery[edit]

Redirects

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References