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|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||April 21, 1998 (age 21)|
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Nubzy began playing Call of Duty early on, starting with The Big Red One. He strictly played public matches until he was introduced to Gamebattles in Black Ops. He played GBs through the Black Ops 2 season, ultimately returning to pubs at the end of the game’s cycle. Following another two years of public matches, he returned to the competitive scene in Black Ops 3, where he began taking it seriously. He played subscriber wager matches with Octane, where he met one of his first teammates Galvanize.
Galvanize convinced Nubzy to compete at LAN tournaments, which took them to CWL Vegas 2017, placing 65-80th. He kept attending LANs throughout the year, consistently placing 65-80th. Despite these placings, Nubzy began making a name for himself through his friendship with Arcitys and Maux, as well as increasing effort into his stream.
World War 2
Black Ops 4
On November 30, 2018 Nubzy joined the Pittsburgh Knights as their Head Coach. He quickly became respected as a coach and helped the team achieve a Top 16 finish at the CWL Las Vegas Open. Unfortunately for Nubzy, the team did not survive the Pro League Qualifier and the roster was released from the Pittsburgh Knights. Nubzy joined Gen.G as coach in the following week.
- Nubzy's alias comes from two nicknames from his childhood: Nubz and Nubby. He combined the two to get Nubzy.
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2019-08-18||25 - 32||$ 10,000|
Call of Duty World League Championship 2019
CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs
|2019-07-05||3 - 4||$ 81,875|
CWL Pro League 2019
CWL Anaheim 2019
|2019-05-05||5 - 6||$ 15,000|
CWL London 2019
- July 10, DraftBuff Podcast #1 - 100 Thieves, GEN.G and FaZe Clan Coaches (Nubzy, Crowder, RJ) by Draftbuff on YouTube
- August 4, 32 on 32: Gen.G Feat. JoeyNubzy - Pool B Predictions Call of Duty World Champs by IHOLDSHIFT on YouTube
- August 15, What went WRONG for Gen.G in CoD Champs 2019? Coach Joey responds with Dexerto on Dexerto
- October 21, Welcome to Seattle. by Call of Duty Seattle on Twitter
- January 17, The Road to Minnesota: Players and Coaches Dish on the Competition by Katie Bedford on Call of Duty League
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