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ProFeeZy was on VanQuish Gaming alongside Pemby, Silpy, and FEARS, and this team placed fourth at MES Detroit 20K. VanQuish Gaming then replaced FEARS with Nverted and the team won ETG 10. Nverted was then replaced by Infinite, but the team wasn't able to make it through the open bracket at UMG Dallas finishing top 32. Foncho was then swapped in for Infinite and VanQuish Gaming placed second at the EGL Dallas 10K. ProFeeZy and Pemby then picked up Demise and GodRx, and VanQuish Gaming placed top 8 at the MES Detroit 25K and managed to make it to the pools through the open bracket at UMG Washington DC for an improved top 20 placement. To end the year, GodRx and Demise were replaced by DerpiN and former teammate Silpy ahead of worlds. At the MLG World Finals, VanQuish Gaming failed to make it through the open bracket and placed top 32.
Black Ops 3
To start the year, ProFeeZy found himself on Team Vigor alongside Destiny, Yohan, and Shooky. This team qualified for the amateur pA League Season 1 in the pA League Season 1 Qualifier 2. The team picked up Simp as a substitute for Shooky at the ETG 11, and they won the tournament. At UMG South Carolina Open Bracket with Shooky back in for Simp, the team battled deep into the bracket, but fell short of placing in the money with a top 12. The team picked up Phantomz as a sub and placed third in the. In the pA League Season 1 Regular Season, and second in the pA League Season 1 Playoffs. ProFeeZy then placed second at the MES GameFest with Pemby, Mosh, and Yohan. The team then picked up Simp again to replace Yohan, and the team under in2ition won the ETG 12 4v4. With Simp not being 18 yet, in2ition picked up Gunless as their fourth to compete at MLG Anaheim and the team managed to make it through the open bracket to a top 20 placement. At the ETG 13 4v4 the team used Simp again instead of Gunless and won the 4v4 and also ProFeeZy and Simp won the ETG 12 2v2. Back with Gunless, in2ition wasn't able to make it through the open bracket placing top 28 at the MLG Orlando Open. To end the year, in2ition wasn't able to qualify for CWL Champs, falling short at the NA CWL Championship Qualifier.
To start the year, ProFeeZy joined Pnda Gaming alongside Pemby, Priestahh, and FA5TBALLA, and at the first event they managed to make it through the open bracket and place top 20 at the CWL Las Vegas Open. Priestahh then left and was replaced by Prophet and the team was performing decently online ahead of the CWL Atlanta Open where Pnda Gaming surprised many by making it through the bracket and into pools. The team would end up placing third in their pool and started to make a loser bracket run until they matched up with OpTic Gaming where FA5TBALLA lost a memorable 1v1 in a game 5 round 11 to Karma and the team ended with a top 8 placement. At the CWL Paris Open, Pnda Gaming would end up making it through the stacked open bracket, but lost in the losers bracket and ended with a top 20 placement. The team was on the edge of having enough pro points to qualify for the pro league and would have to out place Evil Geniuses at CWL Dallas Open, and despite starting out in pools, only placed top 16 and since Evil Geniuses placed higher, Pnda Gaming did not qualify for the pro league. ProFeeZy then teamed with Mosh, Pemby, and Methodz on Echo Fox, but they struggled online. Then ProFeeZy and Mosh joined Most Wanted with FA5TBALLA and Priestahh, and this team won two MLG 2Ks before changing orgs to eRa Eternity and continued to place well online. Priestahh was then picked up by a league team so he was replaced by Glory. The team played well enough online to qualify for the CWL Pro League Relegation, but the team failed to win a map and missed out on stage 2 of the pro league. Despite looking sold online, they then placed a poor top 40 at the CWL Anaheim Open. Seeking better performances at LAN events, the team replaced Mosh with Beehzy and then after poor online performances, replaced Beehzy with Prophet and joined the org Projekt Evil. After good online placements the team performed well only losing one map at the NA CWL LCQ and qualified for CWL Champs. At the CWL Championship, Projekt Evil only won three maps and failed to make it out of the pools ending the year with a top 32 placement.
World War II
To start the year ProFeeZy joined The Hype Unit and after poor online performances and several team changes the team consisting of ProFeeZy, Glory, Beehzy, and Nihill had a poor top 64 placement at the first event CWL Dallas Open. ProFeeZy then won the NJROD January 4v4 with Pemby, Nihill, and Simp before joining Mad Gamers alongside Glory, Pemby, and Phantomz. This team had a few good online placements and replaced Glory with Simp and under Reign NA placed second at the Esports Open Tour New Jersey. Back with Glory the team was signed onto Midnight Gaming, but struggled at CWL events failing to make it through the open bracket and not placing better than top 32 at the CWL Atlanta Open, the CWL Birmingham Open, and the CWL/2018 Season/Seattle Open. They did, however, win the NJROD March 4v4 with Simp replacing Glory. ProFeezy then went through a few team changes and ended up teaming with Pemby, Nelson, and Mosh at the CWL Anaheim Open where they made it through the open bracket and placed an improved top 24. ProFeeZy and Pemby then teamed with RobbieB3319 and Simp and won the ETG 15. To end the year ProFeeZy failed to qualify at the CWL Champs with Mosh, Pemby, and Stamino at the CWL Championship LCQ.
Black Ops 4
At the start of the year, ProFeeZy won the MES Atlantic City with Simp, Bafundo, Happy, and Super under 3Kingz Gaming. He carried that success on to then win the MES Detroit on HavoK eSports with Archivs, Beehzy, FA5TBALLA, and MRuiz. Ahead of the first event, ProFeeZy joined Excelerate Gaming alongside Beehzy, FA5TBALLA, MRuiz, and Believe. This team had some good online placements and ended up making it through the open bracket into pools and ended with a top 20 placement at the CWL Las Vegas Open. This placement was good enough to qualify for the CWL Pro League Qualifier. Ahead of the qualifier, the team had some good online placements and ProFeeZy won the ETG 16 under 3Kingz Gaming with Simp, Happy, Oog, and Pemby. Back on Excelerate Gaming, the team picked up longtime teammate Pemby as the coach, and the team surprised many by qualifying for the CWL Pro League after beating Faze Clan and Team Sween in the bracket at the CWL PLQ. At the PLQ ProFeeZy was noted for being one of the best gravity slam players at the event. In the CWL Pro League, Excelerate Gaming struggled in the first week and made the controversial decision to bench FA5TBALLA for the substitute RobbieB3319, and despite RobbieB not playing poorly, the team still did not improve. After going 1-6 in the first two weeks and due to controversial actions by the org the team ended up going through a roster change initially dropping the whole starting roster, but eventually resigning ProFeeZy and MRuiz, picking up Skyz, JetLi, and Brack, and signing Atura to replace Pemby as the coach. This change happened only a week before CWL Fort Worth and without good practice the team only placed a worst possible top 16. However, once back in the Pro League, the team improved in their first week going 2-2 in cross divisional play.
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2019-08-18||9 - 12||$ 35,000|
Call of Duty World League Championship 2019
|2019-07-19||5 - 8|
CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs Play-In
|2019-07-05||15 - 16||$ 61,875|
CWL Pro League 2019
CWL Pro League 2019
|2019-06-16||9 - 12|
CWL Anaheim 2019
- March 6, Excelerate officially releases its entire Call of Duty roster by Preston Byers on Dot Esports
- November 20, Parasite announces stacked Challengers roster for Call of Duty League by Albert Petrosyan on Dexerto
ProFeeZy at COD Champs 2018
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