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|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||July 24, 1994 (age 25)|
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Jeremy Olsen aka Neslo has been playing competitive video games since the age of 11 years old. He participated in many Counter-Strike: 1.6 and Counter-Strike: Source leagues such as CAL, CEVO, and ESEA. Neslo has explored the competitive gaming side of Fifa, Call of Duty, Quake, Counter-Strike and Halo: Reach. He found his calling in Call of Duty with the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops. He would go on to participate in many local LAN events and online tournaments, including a Free-For-All tournament.
Neslo would play many tournaments early in the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 season, and attend the MLG Anaheim 2013 with Prime Example. After a 9th place finish, Neslo would join Sharp, Goonjar, and Theory in forming a new Call of Duty Professional Team known as Team KaLiBeR. Here, Neslo and the rest of the squad would make a name for themselves on the pro circuit, finishing in the top 4 in every tournament for the rest of the season. Neslo stayed on the team entering a new season, where the team would continue to place well, with 2nd place finishes at the MLG Columbus 2013 and UMG Atlanta 2013. However, Neslo would become frustrated at yet another loss at the hands of compLexity, and would leave the organization to then join JusTus. Entering Call of Duty: Ghosts, Neslo would attend the Call of Duty Championship 2014: US Regionals along with teammates Tipsy, Gucci, and StaiNViLLe, where the team would fail to qualify for the Call of Duty Championship 2014.
After the teams poor performance in the Call of Duty: Ghosts Season 1 online league, Neslo would then decide to leave Team JusTus and return home to Team KaLiBeR. Neslo would attend UGC Niagara with the team, where they would receive a modest 7th place. While struggling during the Season 2 Online league, Team KaLiBeR would receive an invitation to the MLG X Games Invitational. Here, along with Sharp, Goonjar, and Apathy, Neslo would shine. The team would finally defeat Evil Geniuses (formerly known as compLexity), and face OpTic Gaming in the Grand Finals. After forcing a game 5 Search and Destroy, Neslo put the team on his back, leading the comeback attempt after being down early. However, OpTic Gaming would edge out the map 6-4, and Neslo became one of the first Call of Duty silver medallists. But towards the end of Call of Duty: Ghosts, after the Season 3 Playoffs placing.
Not The Best Start To A New Game
With the new release of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Roster Mania began where anyone can join or leave any team as long as they have both consents of the organization and the player themselves. But for Neslo, it didn't go as well as he planned. In result, he got dropped from Team KaLiBeR for Loony. Which lead for Neslo to try-out for both FeaR and FaZe. At the beginning of Roster Mania, he ended up joining FeaR alongside Moho and ASSASS1N. After about 2 days he decided to leave and keep his options open, with the possibility of joining FaZe, which would be an amazing opportunity, but things didn't work out in the end. With only 2 weeks until the first LAN of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, MLG Columbus 2014, Neslo needed a team so he rejoined FeaR alongside Dedo. Going into MLG Columbus 2014 things were going tough for FeaR. That weekend, FeaR placed 17th which was the worst placing in Neslo's career so far. In result, Neslo, Dedo and ASSASS1N got dropped from FeaR but on good terms. After MLG Columbus 2014, Neslo mentioned in a video he would try join an Season 1 team, and he did. With the release of SynfuLa and TwiZz, Strictly Business had 2 open spots for Season 1, so he took it alongside Dedo once again.
- Neslo is an avid Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Lakers fan.
- Neslo's favorite game of all time is Counter Strike: 1.6.
- His name "Neslo" comes from his last name Olsen, Neslo is Olsen backwards.
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
ETG Spring Break
|2018-03-11||49 - 64|
CWL Atlanta Open 2018
|2018-01-14||33 - 40|
CWL New Orleans Open 2018
|2017-12-10||33 - 40|
CWL Dallas Open 2018
|2017-02-19||25 - 28|
CWL Paris Open 2017
- July 16, eSports Report - Neslo Interview - July 16th 2014 with MajorLeagueGaming on YouTube
- September 18, Warrior Or Not: Neslo with MajorLeagueGaming on YouTube
- October 23, Season 3 Playoffs Bracket Show - Team Overview (eSports Report - Oct 21st 2014) with MLG on YouTube
- March 23, Call of Duty Championship 2015 - Group H - Interview with Neslo (eSports Report - Mar 23rd 2015) with MajorLeagueGaming on YouTube
- August 1, TK Neslo End of Tournament Interview at Gfinity Summer Championship with Dexerto on YouTube
- January 5, Neslo of Echo Fox CoD “I See us Top 4 at MLG Atlanta” with , and on Dexerto
- January 9, Neslo Talks Pure and Expectations for 2018 with DBLTAP on YouTube
- February 18, KiLLa, Sharp, MiRx, and Neslo sign with Ascendant Gaming by Preston Byers on Dot Esports
- April 11, KiLLa has revealed that his competitive Call of Duty ban stretches far further than Gamebattles by , and on Dexerto
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