Super (Tanner Bowen)

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Background Information
NameTanner Bowen
Country of BirthUnited States United States
 North America
Social Media & Links
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Team History
Dec 2017 - Jan 2018
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Feb 2018 - Apr 2018
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Jun 2018 - Oct 2018
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Dec 2018 - Dec 2018
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Jan 2019 - Jan 2019
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Feb 2019 - Mar 2019
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Mar 2019 - Mar 2019
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Mar 2019 - Apr 2019
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Apr 2019 - Jun 2019
Sage eSportslogo std.pngSage eSports
Jun 2019 - Aug 2019
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Jan 2020 - Mar 2020
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Tanner "Super" Bowen is a Call of Duty esports player, previously a player for Hybrid Gaming.

There is a disambiguation page associated with the name Super. One other player shares this ID.


World War II[edit]

Super had made a name for himself in the SnD scene and coming into variant he was on Saints and Angels with Hugzy, Pickle, and Previewz. This team placed an abysmal top 112 at the CWL New Orleans Open. Due to his SnD prowess, Super was then picked up to play with Tisch, Skilliosis, and RobbieB3319. This team was looking average online and got picked up by Team WaR for the CWL Atlanta Open where they would fail to make it out of the open bracket with a top 40 placement. The team dropped Skilliosis for Demise, but the change did not seem to matter as Team WaR placed another top 40 at the CWL Birmingham Open. Demise was then dropped for Envoy, but once again Team WaR only managed a worse top 48 placement. Super was then dropped and bounced around a bunch of different rosters before landing on a team with fellow SnD stars TeddyRecKs, Ramby, and Riviction. This team was performing decently online and was picked up by Lethal Gaming to play at the CWL Anaheim Open where they failed to make it out of the open bracket placing top 32, which was Super's highest placement at an open at the time. The team then dropped Riviction and eventually replaced him with Zaptius and Lethal Gaming went on to qualify for CWL Champs at the CWL Championship LCQ by beating both Tainted Minds and Vodafone Giants in game 5 series. At the CWL Championship, Lethal Gaming managed to make it out of their pool beating both Tainted Minds and Brash eSports. In bracket play, Lethal Gaming lost to Lightning Pandas and then got reverse swept by Vitality in an intense game 5 series for a top 16 placement.

Black Ops 4[edit]

Super opened the year winning the MES Atlantic City with a pick up team consisting of himself, ProFeeZy, Simp, Bafundo, and Happy. Super then found himself teaming once again with TeddyRecKs, Ramby, and Zaptius with Apox as their fifth. This team was picked up by Mazer Gaming to compete at the CWL Las Vegas Open where they managed to battle through the open bracket and make it into pools. Mazer Gaming ended up upsetting Team Envy in their pool, but that was the only win they got for a top 20 placement. Finishing top 20 was enough to qualify for the CWL Pro League Qualifier where they had a chance to qualify for the pro league under Project 18. However, Project 18 got eliminated going 2-4 in their pool and were unable to qualify for the CWL Pro League. Super and Zaptius then decided to team with GloFrosty, Pandur, and Spoof. This team looked solid instantly placing second in a NA MLG 2K, winning a CheckMate Gaming Elite SnD tourney, and then winning the CWL Forth Worth US National Qualifier, which granted the team travel and accommodation for the upcoming Forth Worth Open. Ahead of the event, the team was picked up by Cyclone and achieved a solid third place finish at the CWL Fort Worth Open after losing in a game 5 to both FC Black and Mindfreak. Zaptius was then replaced by GodRx for the WorldGaming Network Championship Series Grand Finals where Cyclone placed top 4. Super then joined Aspire eSports to team with RobbieB3319, Tisch, Standy, and Ramby for ETG 17, which they won. Super then joined Sage eSports to team once again with Spoof, Pandur, and GloFrsoty with Vivid as their fifth. Sage eSports placed a respectable top 6 at the CWL London Open, but still felt a change was needed and they dropped Vivid for the former pro league player Knight. With Knight the team won a UMG Weekly Rumble, but only managed to place top 16 at the CWL Anaheim Open. Super then found himself back on Aspire eSports teaming with RobbieB3319, FA5TBALLA, Tisch, and TurnUp2eZ, and this team won travel and accommodation to the Miami Amateur Finals in the CWL Amateur Finals US National Qualifier. Despite winning the qualifier, Aspire eSports only placed top 8 at the CWL Amateur Finals, which was not desired, but still good enough to qualify for CWL Champs.



Recent Tournament Results (View All)
GameIcon MW.png2020-01-26A44$ 20,000
Call of Duty Challengers Launch Weekend Open 2020
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GameIcon BO4.png2019-08-18B717 - 24$ 15,000
Call of Duty World League Championship 2019
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GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-21A77 - 8$ 3,000
CWL Amateur Finals 2019
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GameIcon BO4.png2019-06-16B313 - 16$ 1,500
CWL Anaheim Open 2019
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GameIcon BO4.png2019-05-05A55 - 6$ 5,000
CWL London Open 2019
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