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Pre Black Ops 3
Mosh competed as early as Black Ops 2 placing top 16 in the Frag Cup IV with CMPLX, Fluff, and funK. The team swapped CMPLX for Methodz and placed a solid top 6 under SoaR Gaming at UMG Chicago against top teams. In Advanced warfare Mosh did not compete in many tournaments, but did play at [[UMG Dallas 2015 | UMG Dallas]] with Hate, Glory, and Rizma, and the team placed top 24 after making it through the open bracket.
Black Ops 3
Coming in the the year, Mosh joined Most Wanted to team with Hate, MShake, and Proodian, and this team placed second at the MES Detroit 10K. Most Wanted then swapped MShake and Proodian for Nelson and DanLez, and placed fifth in the UMG South Carolina Open Bracket against the top NA AM teams. Mosh then teamed up with Pemby, ProFeeZy, and Yohan for a second place finish at the MES GameFest. The team then swapped Yohan for the prodigy Simp and they won the ETG 12 PS4 4v4 with the team name In2ition. Since Simp was still underage, In2ition picked up Gunless to compete in MLG events such as the MLG Anaheim Open where they made it through the open bracket for a top 20 placement,. With Gunless the team managed to place second in an MLG 2K and were looking like one of the better NA AM teams. Back with Simp, In2ition won the ETG 13 PS4 4v4. In the next MLG event, In2ition once again had Gunless instead of Simp and this time only placed top 28 at the MLG Orlando Open failing to make it out of the open bracket. To end the year, In2ition failed to make it to the CWL Champs at the CWL NA Championship Qualifier after losing to CompLexity in the winners bracket and losing in a game 5 to Cloud9 in the loser bracket.
Despite not making it to Champs, Mosh still gained enough notoriety in Black Ops 3 to land him a spot on Echo Fox to team with Neslo, TcM, and Methodz. Echo Fox got off to a great start qualifying for group play at the first event in the CWL Las Vegas Open Online Qualifier. At the CWL Las Vegas Open, Echo Fox finished third in their pool and finished with a top 16 placement. Echo Fox then saw inconsistent placements online and they lost their pool play spot and would have to play in the open bracket at the CWL Atlanta Open where they failed to make it into pools with a top 32 placement. At the CWL/2017 Season/Paris Open, Echo Fox once again failed to make it to pool play with a top 28 placement. The team decided a roster change was needed and they dropped Neslo and TcM for LlamaGod and Swarley, but the changes didn't seem to make a difference as Echo Fox placed another top 28 at the CWL Dallas Open and couldn't get out of the open bracket after losing to Supremacy in a game 5 series. LlamaGod and Swarley were then replaced by Pemby and ProFeezy, but Echo Fox was still struggling online. Mosh and ProFeezy were then picked up by Most Wanted to team with FA5TBALLA and Priestahh. This Most Wanted team seemed to instantly click winning two NA MLG 2Ks in a row. eRa Eternity then picked up the roster and placed second in the next NA MLG 2K. Priestahh was then poached by Cloud9 and eRa Eternity replaced him with Glory and the team didn't see the same success online in 2Ks, but did qualify for the pro league relegation in the CWL NA Pro League Relegation Qualifier. At the CWL Pro League Relegation, eRa Eternity did not play well as they did not win a map and failed to qualify for the CWL Pro League. eRa Eternity showed more struggles at the CWL Anaheim Open placing a poor top 40. Mosh was then dropped and found his way back on Echo Fox to eventually team with Methodz, MRuiz, and Crowder. With the leadership of Crowder and pro league experience with MRuiz, there was high hopes for Echo Fox to be one of the better NA AM teams. Echo Fox were performing adequately online and managed to qualify for CWL Champs at the CWL NA LCQ only losing one map and looking dominant. At the CWL Championship, Echo Fox failed to make it out of pools going 1-2 losing to Epsilon Esports and Champs winners OpTic Gaming. Mosh ended the year placing second at the DBAP Gaming Challenge with Nelson, Federal and Filmable.
World War II
Mosh opened the year on Amity Esports alongside Remy, Happy, and Diabolic. This team was struggling online failing to make it past top 32 in NA MLG 2Ks and at the CWL Dallas Open, Amity Esports placed top 28 after making a decent loser bracket run before failing to make it out of the open bracket. Mosh was then dropped and landed on a team with Havok, Blfire, and Legal. This team was playing average online and got picked up by InControl Gaming for the CWL New Orleans Open where they managed to make it out of the open bracket after making a deep loser bracket run before losing to Mindfreak in a game 5 series for a top 20 placement. The team was then picked up by Gone Gaming and began to see better performances placing second in the CWL US National Circuit Stage 1 and placing top 4 in the Canadian Championship Series National Final. Despite the improvements, Gone Gaming couldn't seem to make it out of the open bracket at events placing top 28 at both the CWL Atlanta Open and the CWL Birmingham Open. Gone Gaming then only placed seventh in the CWL US National Circuit Stage 2 and Mosh was dropped. Mosh was then picked up by GGEA Orange to team with Nova, Mayhem, and Spoof, but the team only placed sixth in the CWL US National Circuit Stage 3 and the team split up. Mosh then teamed up with former teammates Pemby, ProFeeZy, and Nelson under Regal Morituri for the CWL Anaheim Open where they failed to make it out of the open bracket after losing to Impact Gaming in a game 5 series for a top 24 placement. This team dropped Nelson for Stamino and ended the year failing to make it to CWL Champs at the CWL Championship LCQ after losing to Team Vitality and HavoK eSports.
Black Ops 4
To start the new title, Mosh teamed up with Asim, GRVTY, Phantomz, and Tisch. This team was looking solid online including winning a NA MLG 2K. The team was picked up by FC Black to compete at the CWL Las Vegas Open where they made it out of the open bracket through losers, but lost to Mindfreak in the first round of the losers bracket for a top 24 placement. That placement wasn't great, but it was good enough to qualify for the CWL Pro League Qualifier. Ahead of the qualifier, FC Black placed second and first in back to back NA CWL 2Ks. At the CWL Pro League Qualifer, FC Black finished fifth in their pool making it to bracket play, but lost to Mindfreak and Overtime eSport and missed out on making it to the CWL Pro League. Mosh was then dropped and bounced around a few rosters before landing on a team with Nelson, Pemby, Tisch, and ColeChan. This team wasn't performing too well online and under GrindTime Gaming they placed a disappointing top 24 at the CWL Forth Worth Open. Mosh was then picked up by Aspire eSports to team with Tisch, RobbieB3319, FA5TBALLA, and TurnUp2eZ. This team saw more success online winning a MLG Premium 5v5 CWL Variant and turned that into a solid third place finish at the CWL London Open. The team kept performing decently online winning another premium, but regressed with a top six placement at the CWL Anaheim Open. Mosh was then dropped and found his way on InControl Gaming with Knight, Pawns, Kade, and Infamous, but this team did not perform well online and Mosh was looking for a new team to end the year with. He was then picked up by Mazer Gaming to team with Apox and former pro league players Spacely, JetLi, and Parzelion. Mazer Gaming finished third at the CWL Amateur Finals earning themselves a spot at CWL Champs.
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2019-08-18||17 - 24||$ 15,000||Call of Duty World League Championship 2019||Mazer|
|2019-07-21||3||$ 24,000||CWL Amateur Finals 2019||Mazer|
|2019-06-16||9 - 16||MLG GameBattles Anaheim SCUF 5v5 Hardpoint 2019-06-16||ARIZ|
|2019-06-16||5 - 6||$ 5,000||CWL Anaheim Open 2019||Aspire|
|2019-05-25||2||CLT Esports $2,000 LAN||Aspire|
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