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|Country of Birth||Scotland|
|Birthday||November 1, 1993 (age 26)|
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Call of Duty Ghosts
QwiKeR began making a name for himself in Ghosts, but did play in the Black Ops 2 event EGL 11 London where he placed top 32 with FearCrads, Benny, and Insomulus. He remained on this team at the start of Ghosts and under TYT eSports they placed top 12 at the Astro Call of Duty: Ghosts Cup which was Insomnia 50. TYT eSports then placed a poor worst possible top 6 in the online league TP-LINK UK Invitational without winning a series. Prior to Insomnia51 the team replaced Insomulus with ShAnE, but still only placed another top 12. Lightning Pandas then signed the roster and they placed top 24 at EGL 12 Sheffield. The Lightning Pandas then continued to have average placements with a fifth place finish in the Gfinity Pro League Season 1 and back to back top 16s in the MLG Anaheim Season 3 Play-In and in EGL 13 Blackpool. The Lightning Pandas ended the year with a fourth place finish at Insomnia52, which was QwiKeR's highest placement to date.
After beginning to make a name for himself in Ghosts, QwiKeR was picked by Team Infused to play with Reedy, Dominate, and MeLoN. This team placed top four in the Call of Duty Championship UK and Ireland Qualifier 1, and that earned them a spot in the Call of Duty Championship Europe Regional Final, where they placed top 14. That placement was good enough to qualify for the Call of Duty Championship. However, prior the Championship, Reedy got into an altercation with another player and was banned from competing at the event. The rules stated that Team Infused had to use a substitute that was not involved in qualifiers so the team had to play with a last minute pick-up in Op2, and without much practice the team placed a worst possible top 32 only winning one map at the Call of Duty Championship. QwiKeR and MeLoN were then picked up by Exertus eSports to team with Rated and Lewis. Exertus eSports placed third at the Gfinity London Open. The team was then picked up by Team Infused, but Rated left and was replaced by JTee ahead of the Gfinity Spring Masters where the team only placed top 16. QwiKeR then joined Barrage eSports SWE to play with Cappeh, Burnsy, and Solid to compete in international tournaments. Barrage eSports SWE won the DreamHack Swedish Championship and then placed second in the DreamHack Nordic Championship. QwiKeR then went back to play with Team Infused with MeLoN, Urban, and LXT, but this team had a shaky start placing only top 16 at the Am 2 Pro Omnia. They then improved placing fourth in the Gfinity EU Pro League Season 1 Premiership Division. MeLoN was then replaced by MarkyB and Team Infused placed fourth again at the Gfinity Summer Championship. Team Infused then picked up Joshh and Moose to replace Urban and LXT, but the team only placed fifth in the Gfinity EU Pro League Season 2 Premiership Division. QwiKeR then ended the year placing sixth at EGL 14 Blackpool on Rift Gaming alongside Revolt, Defrag, and Niall.
Black Ops 3
After making strides in AW playing with several EU veterans, going into Black Ops 3 QwiKeR joined Excel Esports to team with rising EU talent in Zed, Braaain, and Nolson. This team opened up with a fourth place finish at Am 2 Pro Peterborough, and then managed to qualify for stage 1 of the EU CWL Pro League in the EU CWL Pro Division Stage 1 Online Qualifying Tournament. Excel Esports started the EU CWL Stage 1 Regular Season well going 3-1 in the first two weeks, but evened out to 6-6 by the end of week six. The team then won the EU CWL Stage 1 Challenge Division ESL Event 1 against the top EU teams, but then only placed top 8 in the EU CWL Stage 1 Challenge Division ESL Event 2. The inconsistent play online lead to a top 8 at the EGL Open London after Excel Esports topped their group and was looking good, but lost to Splyce in a game 5 series. Excel Esports then battled to a 10-8 record, which was good enough for a fifth place in the EU CWL Stage 1 Regular Season. That guaranteed them a spot in the EU CWL Stage 1 Playoffs, where they once again lost to Splyce again this time in a game 7 series for a top 6. Excel Esports then sold their spot and roster to HyperGames Team. Under the new org, the team started out the EU CWL Stage 2 Regular Season very hot with a 6-0 start in the first three weeks. Despite looking good online, HyperGames Team only managed a top 12 at ESWC. Back in the league, the team kept performing well online finishing in first in the EU CWL Stage 2 Regular Season with a 15-3 record and with QwiKeR performing well as the standout player on the team. Throughout the season the team was also playing well in online tournaments placing minimum top 4 in challenge division events and 2Ks. Ahead of playoffs, HyperGames Team placed second at the Gfinity Summer Masters yet again losing to splyce. Despite having a bye for being the number one seeded team at the EU CWL Stage 2 Playoffs, HyperGames Team fell to Millenium and placed top 4. Event though the team missed out on playing in the playoff grand finals, QwiKeR was named as an all star for his stand out performances and got to play in the CWL Stage 2 Playoffs All-Star Tournament, which his team won. Despite looking solid online, HyperGames Team kept falling short on LAN and to end the year the team was hoping for a better performance at CWL Champs. At the CWL Championship, the team drew a pool with Rise Nation, Apotheon Esports, and Supremacy, and went 2-1 advancing to bracket play. In bracket play, HyperGames Team lost again to Splyce in the winners bracket, managed to beat Epsilon Esports EU, but then lost to Cloud9 for a top 12 placement.
- QwiKeR originally played public matches and had a fairly large YouTube following from it.
- QwiKeR was a content creator for DooM Clan.
- QwiKeR was a 2016 CWL Pro League All-Star.
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2019-08-18||25 - 32||$ 10,000|
Call of Duty World League Championship 2019
CWL Amateur Finals 2019
|2019-06-16||7 - 8||$ 2,750|
CWL Anaheim Open 2019
|2019-05-05||7 - 8||$ 2,750|
CWL London Open 2019
|2019-03-17||7 - 8||$ 2,750|
CWL Fort Worth Open 2019
- August 24, Qwiker Than u One Minute Interview with Dexerto on YouTube
- December 20, exceL.CoD CWL Online Qualifiers Recap by exceL eSports on YouTube
- February 15, exceL eSports CWL Mid-Season Review w/ QwiKeR & Zed by exceL eSports on YouTube
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