|Country of Birth||France|
|Birthday||April 24, 2000 (age 19)|
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Rizk came into the year on PuLse Gaming alongside PasTeeK, KammyZ, and Zeek and placed third at the EGO Championship Series Qualifier. To end the year Rizk still on PuLse Gaming teamed with AzOx, Chucky, and KKobra and placed third at the SFCO AW 5 minor.
Black Ops 3
Rizk not being 18 years old was not able to compete in CWL tournaments, so instead he competed in the SFCO AM league. Playing on TempesT eSport with Eazy, YuuzL, and Melo, the team placed second in the SFCO AM League Season 2 Lan #1. After dropping Melo and picking up Kuma, the team once again placed second in the SFCO AM League Season 2 Lan #2. Ahead of playoffs, the team replaced YuuzL with SenKa and was picked up by WySix Youth, but once again finished second at the SFCO AM League Season 2 Playoffs.
Still not 18 yet, Rizk was competing in SFCO events and began the year back on Tempest eSport alongside HyDra, D3L1V3R, and Maat. Once again Rizk placed second in the Championnat de France SCFO Challenger IW 2. After this performance, Rizk was picked up by RedWorld Synes to team with Stikers, Breszy, and ZaaQ. Rizk would finally push past the second place finishes as RedWorld Synes would go on to dominate winning the Championnat de France SFCO Challenger IW 3, the Gamers Assembly 2017, the Championnat de France SFCO Challenger S1 Playoffs, and the Championnat de France SFCO Challenger IW 5. The team made a roster change ahead of the last event replacing ZaaQ for Veziok and placed third at the Championnat de France SFCO Challenger IW 6.
World War II
Still not 18, Rizk started the year playing in SFCO events on RedWorld Hope with Melko and former teammates ZaaQ and HyDra. This team would win both of their first two minors at the SFCO European Challenger Season 1 - Stage 1 and at the SFCO European Challenger Season 1- Stage 2. Seeing the talent, against All authority picked up Rizk before he was even 18. Once he finally turned 18 he was added to the starting line up alongside ZeeK, Eazy, and Breszy. Rizk immediately made splash in the CWL by winning the MLG EU 2K 2018-05-27, placing second in the CWL France National Circuit Stage 3, and winning the MLG EU 2K 2018-06-10. Hoping to translate these online performances to an impressive showing at the next CWL event, against All authority placed a respectable top 32 battling in the open bracket at the CWL Anaheim Open. Rizk ended the year with the team placing top four in the CWL France National Circuit Stage 4 and not being not picked up by one of the two French teams competing at the CWL Last Change Qualifier; meaning he missed the first CWL champs he was eligible to compete at.
Black Ops 4
After impressive performances in WWII, Rizk was picked up by a team consisting of Wailers, ZeeK, YuuzL, and ATLAS. This squad performed well in the first few CWL EU 2Ks after placing top 4 in the first one of the year and won the CWL Las Vegas France National Qualifier. This meant they won travel and accommodations for the upcoming CWL Las Vegas Open, where after dropping YuuzL for Breszy, they would place top 28 under the French org Overtime. This placement was good enough to qualify for the CWL Pro League Qualifier where after replacing ATLAS with Natshay, and with the help of iKeeyv as the coach, the team would surprise many by qualifying for the CWL Pro League having knocked out FC Black, FaZe Clan, and Mindfreak in the process. Rizk turned a lot of heads at the qualifier as one of the standouts on his team and the squad was signed by Denial Esports and picked up Staan as the substitute ahead of the CWL Pro League.
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2019-08-18||17 - 24||$ 15,000||Call of Duty World League Championship 2019||TH|
|2019-07-21||9 - 12||CWL Amateur Finals 2019||TH|
|2019-07-05||85||$ 1,500||CWL Pro League 2019||RIZK|
|2019-03-17||9 - 12||CWL Fort Worth 2019||DNL|
|2018-12-09||25 - 28||CWL Las Vegas Open 2019||Overtime|
- March 26th, The players of tomorrow #3: rizK with Dexerto France
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