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|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||September 2, 1994 (age 25)|
|Team||OpTic Gaming LA|
|XBL Gamertag||Denial SlasheR|
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SlasheR started playing video games at the age of four, first playing the Nintendo 64. He was motivated to embark on competitive Call of Duty after realizing he could travel and win money while playing video games at high level.
Black Ops 2
SlasheR only competed at two major events during the Black Ops 2 season (MLG Spring Championship 2013 and UMG Dallas 2013, placing 17-20th at both events. He was playing on relatively unknown teams - Ignite and MRKN Clan. This was SlasheR's first taste of competitive Call of Duty, and the beginning of a prosperous career.
At the beginning of the Advanced Warfare (AW) season, SlaheR moved around a few teams, and performed well individually at several LAN events, including a 3rd place finish at UGC Niagara 2014 with VexX Gaming, netting SlasheR's first cash prize from a major LAN tournament. SlasheR, now teaming with seasoned pro's Chino, Sender and previous teammate Miyagi, finished 2nd at the MLG CoD League Season 3 Playoffs under Noble eSports. This event, and SlasheR's strong individual performances throughout, gained him significant interest from a number of top teams. FaZe recruited him to their roster to replace Karma, who had moved to OpTic Nation. On his first top team, SlasheR did not disappoint, winning his first event with the squad MLG Columbus. However, after a poor 13-16th finish at UMG Orlando 2015, Apathy and Censor left to join Team JusTus, and were replaced on FaZe by Parasite and Enable. This new FaZe roster attended the Call of Duty Championship 2015 (now playing under FaZe Red, and placed well in 3rd, beating out strong opposition such as OpTic Gaming and EnVyUs, before ultimately losing 3-1 to Team Revenge in the loser’s finals. Following the dissolution of FaZe Red and FaZe Black, SlasheR and Enable were retained for FaZe Clan and were joined by ZooMaa and Huke. This team competed at 2 events together, and the conclusion of the MLG Pro League Season 2 Regular Season, where they finished in 2nd place. The team attended the MLG Pro League Season 2 Playoffs, where again they placed 2nd, earning SlasheR an X Games Silver Medal. SlasheR then left to join Denial, where he would remain for the rest of the AW season. Unfortunately, he failed to win an event with the team, placing 2nd at both UMG Washington D.C. 2015 and the MLG World Finals 2015, and 3rd at UMG Dallas 2015. Despite not winning an event with Denial, SlasheR finished the season as a standout player in Advanced Warfare, and was a hot prospect heading into Black Ops 3.
Black Ops 3
The Black Ops 3 season was to be SlasheR’s most successful thus far. He was recruited by Team EnVyUs, joining veteran pros JKap, TeePee and ACHES. This roster, despite its talent, started the season poorly. They team failed to place higher than 5-8th at any LAN tournaments. These results resulted in TeePee and his long-time partner ACHES being dropped, after finishing 5th in the 2016 NA CWL Stage 1 Regular Season. Consequently, John and, SlasheR’s previous teammate in FaZe, Apathy, were both picked up by Team EnVyUs, to replace ACHES and TeePee, for the rest of the Black Ops 3 season. Despite another slow start, finishing 7-8th at MLG Anaheim Open 2016, the team began to improve and found consistency, coming 1st in both the 2016 NA CWL Stage 2 Regular Season (although this was only due to OpTic Gaming forfeiting 4 series due to CWL rulings and suspensions), and the 2016 NA CWL Stage 2 Playoffs. At MLG Orlando Open 2016, the final event before champs, the team finished 2nd to OpTic Gaming.
EnVyUs were placed in Group G with fellow NA team Cloud 9, EU squad Team Vitality and the Australian arm of Orbit - Team Orbit ANZ. SlasheR and his team won the group finishing 3-0 series count, and 9-3 map count. Due to OpTic finishing 2nd in group H, the teams met in winner's bracket round 1. nV took the match 3-1, winning the final map (Fringe CTF) 1-0, after Karma made a notoriously questionable play with a dart, taking him out of the action while SlasheR himself made the only flag cap of the game. In winner's bracket round 2, SlasheR and nV faced FaZe, and won the series convincingly 3-0, winning the Uplink on Evac by 18 points to 8. In the 3rd round of winners bracket, they came up against the surprise package of the tournament, FAB Games eSports, in what was a closer contest than the FaZe match. nV won the Hardpoint and Uplink comfortably, but dropped the Search and Destroy 5-6. However, nV closed out the series 3-1, winning the Game 4 CTF 3-2, after John secured the match, capturing a flag with only 22 seconds remaining. Apathy got both the other caps for the team. They now faced Elevate in the winners finals. nV took the first map comfortably, winning Evac Hardpoint 250-100, notably all players on the team had over 1 minute in the Hardpoint. Elevate won the Search and Destroy and the Uplink though, leaving SlasheR and his team fighting for their tournament life. Apathy and John performed particularly well on Stronghold CTF, going 26-13 and 24-13 (k/d) respectively, carrying the team to the win. With the series now tied 2-2 going into Infection Search and Destroy, their outlook still looked in doubt, given Elevate’s record in Search and Destroy. EnVy, thanks to a strong performance all round but particularly from Apathy, won the map 6-2, a significant victory over a team renowned for Search and Destroy. Now in Grand Finals, they faced EU team Splyce. Surprisingly, nV lost the first Hardpoint, a mode they had only lost twice previously in the tournament. However, they won the next 3 maps with reasonable ease, winning the series 3-1, and crowning them Champions for the 2016 Call of Duty World League Championship.
Due to Apathy's marriage and JKap's and SlasheR's school commitments, the team were less practiced than normal and placed uncharacteristically poorly at the first event of the season 2017 CWL Las Vegas Open, finishing in 9-12th place. As a result of this, and poor placing's in the the online MLG GameBattles 2K Series tournaments, nV's place in pools at the next event, 2017 CWL Atlanta Open was far from secure. However, winning a 2k tournament, the team just managed to have enough pro points to make pool play. They played well at the event, but fell just short, finishing 3rd. The team then flew to Paris to compete at the 2017 CWL Paris Open. Surprisingly, the team finished as poorly as they had done back in Vegas, placing 9-12th, following back to back 3-0 losses to OpTic Gaming and Splyce. The team practiced heavily after the event, knowing that their placing in Paris was well below their expected standard, and placed top 4 at both of the subsequent online 2K series. The next event for the squad was the Dallas Open, and the team did fair slightly better. Losses in pool play to OpTic, and the surprisingly strong GosuCrew who came from the Open Bracket, meant EnVy had to play through losers bracket. The team made an admirable run, beating SetToDestroyX, Cloud 9 and Luminosity, before eventually being beating in a map 5 by eventual runners up eUnited, placing SlasheR and EnVy in 5-6th for the event.
Despite their relatively poor placings at the first 4 events, EnVy were still high enough in the pro points rankings to qualify as the 5th seed for the 2017 CWL Global Pro League Stage 1. EnVy were placed into group red with the top EU team Splyce, the top APAC team Mindfreak, as well as fellow NA Squad Cloud 9, to compete in week 1. They began the weekend up against the overall 4th seed Splyce, and lost a close match 3-1. SlasheR knew his own and the teams performance was well below standard, and they managed to turn it around. EnVy won the remainder of their matches over the weekend against Cloud 9 and Mindfreak, as the team clearly improved from their opening series. For the final match against Splyce, EnVy would have to win the match 3-0 to top the group. EnVy surprised many to do just that, winning the Hardpoint and Search and Destroy narrowly, before completing the clean sweep in a more comfortable Uplink.
- SlasheR's favorite Call of Duty game is Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.
- SlasheR got his alias from when he first started Xbox. He said it was a "cool name".
- SlasheR was the CWL Anaheim 2019 MVP.
- SlasheR was a 2019 CWL Pro League All-Star.
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2019-08-18||2||$ 260,000||Call of Duty World League Championship 2019||100T|
|2019-07-21||5 - 6||$ 43,750||CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs||100T|
|2019-07-19||1||CWL Pro League 2019 All-Star Game||Div B|
|2019-07-05||3 - 4||$ 86,875||CWL Pro League 2019||100T|
|2019-07-05||5||$ 8,500||CWL Pro League 2019||SLAS|
- November 18, FaZe adds Aches and Slasher to their Advanced Warfare roster by Egon Kilin on Load The Game
- September 5, Denial Slasher Interview at UMG DC with Dexerto on YouTube
- July 14, SlasheR: 'Everyone thinks [OpTic] are untouchable, so I want to play them and beat them' by theScore eSports on YouTube
- September 9, SlasheR on winning Champs: 'It's just a matter of showing up that day and playing our game' with theScore Staff on theScore eSports
- January 9, EnVyUs Slasher “I’m Actually Really Concerned About Our Pool Play Spot” with , and on Dexerto
- May 30, EnVyUS player SlasheR talks about Adderall use in Call of Duty by Kyle Wolmarans on Critical Hit Gaming
- July 26, Scuf Gaming CWL Global Pro League Stage 2 Group Green Team of the Week by Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- July 29, EnVyUs' Slasher Interview - CWL Global Pro League Stage 2 Playoffs with CWL on YouTube
- August 1, Scuf Gaming CWL Global Pro League Stage 2 Playoffs by Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- August 12, Team EnVyUs' INCREDIBLE 0-10 Comeback Listen-in Powered by ASTRO Gaming - CWL Championship 2017 by CWL on YouTube
- August 16, Scuf Gaming Team of the Week for CWL Champs 2017 by Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- December 9, EnVyUs Slasher Interview Before Playing OpTic Gaming at MLG CWL Dallas Open 2017 with Dexerto on YouTube
- February 2, Slasher's Road to Greatness in Call of Duty DBLTAP Pro Spotlight with DBLTAP on YouTube
- February 10, Scuf Team of The Week: CWL Pro League | Division B Week 3 by Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- February 12, MLG Hot Mic with ACHES, Slasher, Octane & Skrapz | CWL Pro League with Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- March 16, Scuf Team of The Week: CWL Pro League | Division B | Week 7 by Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- April 10, Slasher Explains Why He Left Team EnVyUs with Dexerto on YouTube
- April 20, SlasheR to Rise Nation; an Overview by TacticalRab on COD Gamepedia
- April 22, ACHES vs. Slasher | SEAttle Open Grand Finals with CWL on YouTube
- June 26, Slasher on Joining Rise, Franchising, 5 v 5, SnD Only and Reputation as KD of CoD with Dexerto on YouTube
- June 27, Behind the Controller: Austin 'Slasher' Liddicoat | Powered by SCUF Gaming with CWL on YouTube
- August 2, Top 5 BEST Slasher Moments in Call of Duty History by Dexerto on YouTube
- August 15, MLG Hot Mic with Censor, SlasheR, ACHES and Accuracy | CWL Champs 2018 with Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- October 11, 100 Thieves SlasheR: Play for Picks Podcast Interview with Fox on YouTube
- December 9, Slasher Calls CWL Vegas The Worst Team Event He's Ever Been To by Ford James on Twin Galaxies
- December 10, Call of Duty: 100 Thieves players reflect on disappointing CWL Las Vegas performance by Connor Bennett on Dexerto
- January 16, Hot Mic Is Back with SlasheR, Skrapz and Attach | CWL Pro League Qualifier with Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- February 25, Hot Mic with Slasher, Temp, and Jkap with Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- February 28, CWL Pro League Week 4 | Team of the Week by Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- April 5, Team of the Week | Pro League Week 6 by Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- May 5, SlasheR at CWL London: “We don’t have a single weak map now” with Adam Fitch on Hotspawn
- May 9, SCUF Team of the Week | CWL London by Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- May 14, Scump, SlasheR and more reveal how to attract casual fans to competitive CoD by Connor Bennett on Dexerto
- June 7, Week 10 Division B by Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- June 14, Hot Mic | Anaheim Begins! with Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- June 17, Scuf Team of the Week – CWL Anaheim by Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- June 28, Scuf Team of the Week – Week 11 by Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- July 8, Should Call of Duty change its MVP criteria? Pros debate by Conner Bennett on Dexerto
- August 14, Hot Mic | Champs with Call of Duty World League on YouTube
- August 16, 100T SlasheR criticizes bizarre scorestreak issue at CWL Champs 2019 by Joe Craven on Dexerto
- August 19, Top 10 Call of Duty players of all time following last ever CoD Champs by Calum Patterson on Dexerto
- August 19, The 22 players to have won a Call of Duty World Championship by Joe Craven on Dexerto
- August 20, The top 10 highest-earning players in Call of Duty history by Preston Byers on Dot Esports
- October 24, OpTic Gaming LA - Team Announcement by OpTic Gaming Los Angeles on YouTube
- October 24, OpTic Gaming Los Angeles reveals 2020 Call of Duty League roster by Justin Binkowski on Dot Esports
- October 24, How good is OpTic LA? | The Esports Dispatch by LandO on YouTube
- November 4, ACHES slams "fake" OpTic CoD franchise in heated argument with SlasheR by Brad Norton on Dexerto
- November 13, Slasher: The (One-sided) Battle of LA by Austin Liddicoat on Call of Duty League
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