MilBoss

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MilBoss
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Background Information
NameJames Milburn
Country of Birth
Australia
Nationality
Australia
BirthdayDecember 11, 1997 (age 22)
Residency
AP
Asia Pacific
Competitive
Role
Caster
Social Media & Links
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James "MilBoss" Milburn is a freelance esports shoutcaster with 7 years experience with Call of Duty.

Biography[edit]

MilBoss started gaming in 2002 at the age of 5, showing interest in various PC games, and using his friends as a way to play on the PlayStation 2 and original Xbox consoles. He began playing the popular FPS game Counter-Strike 1.6 in 2008. He played a lot of Halo 3 on his friends' Xbox, but MilBoss swapped to the Call of Duty series with Call of Duty: Black Ops, just as a casual player. MilBoss has been producing YouTube videos ever since 2011, and competing since Call of Duty: Black Ops II until the middle of the Call of Duty: Ghosts season when he decided to stop competing and allow more time for school and his casting career. He has at points become heavily involved in managing several large Australian organisations including Integral Nation and Team 4Nothing; as well as reaching a career highlight of casting for the Call of Duty World League at the Crown Melbourne Invitational. James is known for having the best on-camera smile in the Oceanic region.

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Trivia[edit]

  • MilBoss' favorite game of all time is Far Cry 3.
  • MilBoss' favorite moment in his casting career is casting for the CWL at the Crown Melbourne Invitational.
  • MilBoss' favorite Call of Duty title is Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
  • MilBoss is an accomplished actor, singer and dancer and featured in many school and ammeter regular theatre and musical theatre productions.

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