wuskin

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wuskin
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Background Information
NameBradley Marshall
Country of BirthEngland England
BirthdayMay 30, 1997 (age 22)
Residency
NA
 North America
Prev Residencies
EU
 Europe
Competitive
TeamLondon Royal Ravenslogo std.pngLDN Royal Ravens
RoleMain AR
PSN IDwuskn-
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Team History
Dec 2016 - Jan 2017
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Jan 2017 - Sep 2017
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Nov 2017 - Oct 2018
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UNILAD Esportslogo std.pngUNILAD Esports
Oct 2018 - Sep 2019
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Team Reciprocitylogo std.pngTeam Reciprocity
Sep 2019 - Present
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London Royal Ravenslogo std.pngLDN Royal Ravens
Bradley "wuskin" Marshall is a Main AR for London Royal Ravens.

Biography

Black Ops 3

wuskin did not compete in CWL events until the end of the season, after his brother Skrapz launched on to the scene earlier in the year. He was one round away from qualifying for the Call of Duty World League Championship 2016 but his team lost in map five to Supremacy.

Infinite Warfare

Still an unknown quantity, wuskin did not have a top team at the beginning of the Infinite Warfare season. This did not last long as he was offered a spot to join his brother Skrapz's team with Tommey and SunnyB. After two Top 8 finishes in 2000 Series events, the squad was signed by Fnatic. The team only managed at Top 8 finish at the first event of the year, the CWL London Invitational, despite it being a European team only event. At the CWL Atlanta Open, the team failed to impress again with a Top 16 finish, losing to Pnda Gaming in the championship losers bracket. The squad would redeem themselves on European soil with a Top 8 finished at the CWL Paris Open, going 3-0 in their group with Enigma6 Group, Elevate, and Cloud9 and later knocking out Luminosity Gaming in the losers bracket. With at Top 16 finish at the CWL Dallas Open, Fnatic qualified for the CWL Global Pro League 2017 Stage 1. During the league, Fnatic earned their best placing of the season with a Top 3 finish at the European only CWL Birmingham Open. Despite his team not qualifying for the playoffs, wuskin stepped out of his brother's shadow and made a name for himself. With that 4th place finish in their group, the team was sent to Relegation, where they fought their way into Stage 2. After a Top 16 at Anaheim and another European only third place finish at Sheffield, the team found themselves in the Stage 2 Playoffs. The team was handled by OpTic Gaming and then defeated Enigma6 Group before falling to Luminosity Gaming. Fnatic entered the Call of Duty World League Championship 2017 with high expectations following their performance in Stage 2. Unfortunately, the team was double first rounded after winning their relatively easy group of Str8 Rippin, Tainted Minds, and Evil Geniuses. In the off season, Fnatic released the players from the team. This was truly a breakout year for wuskin as he was considered one of the top European players towards the tail end of the year.

World War II

Going into the new season, Skrapz and wuskin joined UNILAD Esports with Moose and Seany. The team never really worked out for the first half of the season. They finished Top 16 at the first three open events, and earned enough Pro Points to qualify for the CWL Pro League 2018 Stage 1, but never looked like a team that would challenge for a championship as they failed to qualify for the playoffs. Alexx joined the team in place of Moose but UNILAD did not improve at the CWL Seattle Open, so the team made what many believe to be a poor decision in allowing Skrapz to leave for Red Reserve and picking up Zed. This move energized the squad and unlocked a new level for wuskin and the rest of the team. UNILAD shocked the world with their fourth place finish at the CWL Anaheim Open where they knocked out OpTic Gaming in the losers bracket. This momentum carried over to Stage 2 as the team made it into the playoffs where they finished Top 6. In the final event of the year UNILAD dominated their Call of Duty World League Championship 2018 group with a 9-0 record and looked set to make a run, but after a 0-3 loss to eUnited in winners round 2, the team was knocked out 0-3 by FaZe Clan in losers.

Black Ops 4

The UNILAD Esports core of Wuskin, Zed, and Seany joined Tommey and Denz on Team Reciprocity with the veteran ShAnE as their coach. After practicing the early months of the game in the United Kingdom, they flew to Las Vegas where the team would live for the season. Many fans had high hopes for the team but they finished 1-4 in their pool and had to make a losers run to earn a Top 12 finish and a spot at the Pro League Qualifier. There, Reciprocity was able to auto qualify for the Pro League with a 4-2 record in their group. In the CWL Pro League, Team Reciprocity had a bit of a rough start going 2-5 and they decided to call up the young gun Dylan and move Denz to the substitute role. The roster change proved fruitful as at CWL Fort Worth, Dylan went off and helped Reciprocity secure a surprising third place finish. Reciprocity then went 2-2 in the next week of the pro league and people had high hopes for them ahead of the next event in England where they would have the crowd backing them in most series. However, at CWL London Reciprocity finished last in their pool and only placed top 8. Back in the pro league Reciprocity went 1-2 in the first week and Tommey decided to bench himself seeking a break of competing and the team moved Denz back into the starting roster. Denz picked up the main AR role and it seemed to work as the team went 4-0 in the next week. At CWL Anaheim, Reciprocity got a little unlucky finishing third in their pool after being on the losing end of a three way 2-1 tie in the pool. The team then beat a depleted Team Envy, but lost in a game 5 to Team Heretics for a top 12 placement. Wuskin struggled at this event and the team seemed off so they made the decision to pick up Alexx and move Seany to the substitute as Tommey left to be a streamer. With Alexx the team went 3-1 in the last week of the CWL Pro League, which secured them the fourth place spot in Division A and a spot in playoffs. At the CWL Pro League Playoffs, Team Reciprocity beat Evil Geniuses in a 3-0 fashion, but then got 3-0ed by EUnited. Reciprocity then beat Splyce in another 3-0 series and moved on to beat Luminosity Gaming in a close game 5 series which featured insane performances by Dylan making many people call him the best player in the game. However, the run ended after losing 1-3 to GenG and placing fourth.

Trivia

Achievements

Recent Tournament Results (View All)
GameDatePlacePrizeEventTeam
GameIcon BO4.png2019-08-18A55 - 6$ 75,000Champs2018logo small.png Call of Duty World League Championship 2019Team Reciprocitylogo std.pngREC
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-21A44$ 100,000CWL2018logo small.png CWL Pro League 2019 PlayoffsTeam Reciprocitylogo std.pngREC
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-05A77 - 8$ 74,375CWL2018logo small.png CWL Pro League 2019Team Reciprocitylogo std.pngREC
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-05C222$ 6,000CWL2018logo small.png CWL Pro League 2019Logo std.pngWUSK
GameIcon BO4.png2019-06-16A99 - 12CWL2018logo small.png CWL Anaheim 2019Team Reciprocitylogo std.pngREC

Media

  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019

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