|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||November 3, 1999 (age 19)|
|XBL Gamertag||aye BeZy|
|Social Media & Links|
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 Dallas. His team made a few changes and went to 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 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 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 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 National Circuit United States 2018 Stage 2. They were unable to qualify for Relegation but did show up again at 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 US National Circuit champions and head into 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 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 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 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 Pro League. The team finished the first set of Pro League Division A matches with a 5-2 record and went into 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.
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2019-07-05||1 - 2||$ 89,375||CWL Pro League 2019||eU|
|2019-07-05||1||$ 9,000||CWL Pro League 2019||ABEZ|
|2019-06-16||5 - 6||$ 15,000||CWL Anaheim 2019||eU|
|2019-05-05||2||$ 80,000||CWL London 2019||eU|
|2019-04-07||1||C$ 25,000||WorldGaming Network Championship Series 2019 Grand Finals||Yerr|
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