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== Biography ==
===World War II===
Although aBeZy competed in events before WWII, he really made his name known during this season when he switched over to variant. He joined [[Wildcard Gaming]] and placed Top 64 at his first LAN event, [[CWL/2018 Season/Dallas Open|CWL Dallas]]. His team made a few changes and went to [[CWL/2018 Season/New Orleans Open|CWL New Orleans]] and improved by one round to a Top 48 placing. Although his placements did not look good, his individual skill did not go unnoticed as he was given a chance on [[Enigma6 Group]] by [[General]] alongside veterans [[Sender]] and [[Diabolic]]. They placed well in online tournaments but at their first LAN, [[CWL/2018 Season/Atlanta Open|CWL Atlanta]], the team finished Top 48. Despite this poor performance, the team stuck together and it paid off as they improved significantly. The team battled through the Open Bracket again at [[CWL/2018 Season/Birmingham Open|CWL Birmingham]] and this time would make it out and into Pool Play. They went 1-3 in their Pool, only beating [[UNILAD Esports]], and were sent to losers. There, they beat [[Epsilon eSports EU|Epsilon eSports]] and [[Red Reserve]] before getting knocked out by [[Team Envy]] for an incredible Top 12 finish. It was at this event that aBeZy's named really began to be known as he showed off his talent in Enigma6's amazing run. [[Enigma6 Group]] continued their great form as the won the [[CWL/2018 Season/National Circuit/United States/Stage 2|CWL National Circuit United States 2018 Stage 2]]. They were unable to [[CWL/2018 Season/Pro League/Relegation/Online Qualifier/North America|qualify]] for [[CWL/2018 Season/Pro League/Relegation|Relegation]] but did show up again at [[CWL/2018 Season/Seattle Open|CWL Seattle]]. They battled through the Open Bracket and made it into Pool Play again. This time, they topped their very tough Pool of [[eUnited]], [[compLexity Gaming]], [[Mindfreak]], and [[Luminosity Gaming]] with a 3-1 record. In the Winners Bracket, they would almost beat [[Echo Fox]] in map 5 but they were sent to losers and swept by a red hot [[Luminosity Gaming]].
[[Enigma6 Group]] would repeat as [[CWL/2018 Season/National Circuit/United States/Stage 3|US National Circuit]] champions and head into [[CWL/2018 Season/Anaheim Open|CWL Anaheim]] looking for more Open Bracket success. This event would not prove as fruitful. After making it out of open again, they would finish 1-3 in their Pool, only beating [[Team Kaliber]] 3-2, and were sent to the first round of losers. After beating [[Team Heretics]] 3-0, they were swept by [[Ghost Gaming]] and knocked out at Top 20. The team headed to the [[Call of Duty World League Championship 2018/Last Chance Qualifier|Call of Duty World League Championship 2018 Last Chance Qualifier]] and needed to win two series to make it to the main event. With their first round opponent unable to attend, they defeated [[Zone]] and booked their ticket to Champs. At the [[Call of Duty World League Championship 2018|World Championship]], Enigma6 defeated [[Morituri eSports]] 3-0 in their first series, but then fell 3-1 to both [[compLexity Gaming]] and [[FaZe Clan]] with at Top 24 finish.
===Black Ops 4===
aBeZy had proven himself in the WWII season and earned himself a spot on [[eUnited]] with [[Clayster]], [[Arcitys]], [[Prestinni]], and [[JKap]]. The team immediately set sights on taking home the first championship for [[eUnited]] in nearly two years. At [[CWL/2019 Season/Las Vegas Open|CWL Las Vegas]], [[eUnited]] topped their Pool of [[Team Sween]], [[100 Thieves]], [[Team Reciprocity]], and [[Mindfreak]] with a 4-0 record, only dropping three maps. After taking out [[Str8 Rippin]] in Winners Round 1, they were beaten 3-1 by [[OpTic Gaming]]. Sent to the losers bracket, they swept [[Lightning Pandas]], beat [[Luminosity Gaming]] and [[Splyce]], and found themselves in the Grand Finals with a rematch against [[OpTic Gaming]]. [[eUnited]] nearly won map one, but [[OpTic Gaming]] made an incredible comeback, flipped the series on its head, and went on to sweep [[eUnited]]. The team did, however, place second which auto qualified them for the [[CWL/2019 Season/Pro League|CWL Pro League]]. The team finished the first set of Pro League Division A matches with a 5-2 record and went into [[CWL/2019 Season/Fort Worth|CWL Fort Worth]] with [[Team Envy]], [[OpTic Gaming]], and [[Team Reciprocity]] in their group. [[eUnited]] finished their Pool 1-2 and started the bracket in losers. They had to play [[100 Thieves]] in Losers Round 1 and were beaten, finishing the worst possible placing at Top 16. [[eUnited]] needed a change and after a week of rumors, they swapped out two-time World Champion [[JKap]] for 18 year up and coming player [[Simp]]. In Pro League Cross Divisional Play, they went 3-1 and looked very solid with their new roster going into the mid season break.
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aBeZy2017.jpg|aBeZy in 2017
ABeZy CODChamps 2018.png|aBeZy at [[Call of Duty World League Championship 2018|COD Champs 2018]]
ABeZy Vegas 2019.png|aBeZy at [[CWL/2019 Season/Las Vegas Open|CWL Vegas 2019]]
=== Interviews ===
* February 14th, [https://www.enigma6.com/e6updates/2018/2/9/meet-abezy A few minutes with Enigma6 Tyler “aBeZy” Pharris] - ''with [[Enigma6 Group]]''
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