|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||December 17, 1996 (age 22)|
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Lacefield came into the scene in the NA AM scene in AW on a team with Riviction, Nuglect, and Sluushh. The team swapped Sluushh for Nelson and joined Mutiny Gaming to play in the MLG Pro League Season 3 Relegation Qualifier where they managed to win the tournament and qualify for the MLG Pro League Season 3 Relegation. At the relegation tournament Mutiny Gaming only placed top 16 and missed out on making it to the MLG Pro League. Lacefield then swapped rosters several times, placed top 4 in a few online tourneys, and placed top top 28 at UMG Dallas with Anticity, Aires, and Legal. Lacefield then finally found a team to stick with on XGN Competitive alongside KiLLa, Nelson, and PHiZZURP. XGN Competitive placed top 16 at MES Detroit 25K and decided to pick up StuDyy to replace Nelson and the team didn't seem to improve too much placing another top 16 at UMG Washington DC. Lacefield ended the year on Thrust Nation with FEARS, Royalty, and Mochila, and at MLG World Finals, this team managed to make it out of the open bracket and into pools. However, in the pools Thrust Nation went 0-4 and ended up placing top 20.
Black Ops 3
To start the title, Lacefield joined Apotheon Esports alongside former teammates FEARS, Legal, and PHiZZURP. This team started off the year well by qualifying for the NA CWL Pro League at the NA CWL Pro Division Stage 1 Qualifying Invitational beating Enigma6 Gold and Team Orbit in the process. The team was then picked up by H2k-Gaming and started the NA CWL Stage 1 Regular Season well going 3-1 in their first two weeks, but by week 5 they fell to 3-7. The team then managed to place an impressive top 4 at UMG South Carolina Champion Tournament against the top NA teams. This seemed to provide energy back into the team as H2k-Gaming then improved to 5-7 in the league and placed fourth in the UMG CWL 25K Challenge Variant 1. Although the inconsistencies returned as H2k-Gaming would go to 5-9 and only place top 16 in the UMG CWL 25K Challenge Variant 2, but then once again rebounded improving to 7-9 and placing second in the NA CWL Stage 1 ESL Event 1. The inconsistent performances seemed to catch up to H2k-Gaming as they began to struggle further only placing top 16 in the NA CWL Stage 1 ESL Event 2 and losing six games in a row to end the NA CWL Stage 1 Regular Season 7-15 for an eleventh place finish. Placing eleventh meant that H2k-Gaming had to face relegation, but the managed to qualify for stage 2 by beating Team Liquid in a close game 7 series in the NA CWL Stage 1 Relegation. In the NA CWL Stage 2 Regular Season once again H2k-Gaming started off well going 5-1. However, the struggles returned and they would end up going 6-8 through week 7 and they only managed to place top 16 at the MLG Anaheim Open. To end Stage 2, the team squeezed their way into playoffs placing a minimum top 8, but at the NA CWL Stage 2 Playoffs they didn't win a map getting 4-0ed by Team Envy. Despite the inconsistencies throughout the year Lacefield was emerging as a rising star and ahead of the next event, Lacefield left the team due to internal struggles and sought a better one. He was then picked up by CompLexity Gaming to team with Ricky, ACHES, and Accuracy, and at the team's first event they placed top 8 at the MLG Orlando Open while H2k-Gaming only placed top 20. To end the year, the trio of Lacefield, ACHES, Ricky were picked up by Cloud9 to team with Assault at the NA CWL Championship Qualifier where they were sent down to the losers bracket early and had to win to game 5s in a row against In2ition and Most Wanted to qualify for CWL Champs. At the CWL Championship, Cloud9 managed to make it out of their pool and beat CompLexity Gaming in a game 5 series in round 1 of the winners bracket before getting sent down to losers by Elevate. In the losers bracket, Cloud9 beat HyperGames Team with a 3-0 and then pulled of an infamous upset beating OpTic Gaming in an intense game 5 series knocking out the tournament favorites in top 8. After that series Lacefield was unfortunately and disgustingly subjected to racial comments from Optic fans. Cloud9 would then end up losing 1-3 to FAB Games eSports in the next round for a top 6 placement. That top 6 was Lacefield's highest placement yet at a major event and solidified him as one of the rising talents in the scene.
To open the year, Lacefield remained on Cloud9 with ACHES, Ricky, and Assault, and the team got off to a great start placing second at the Las Vegas Open by winning several game 5 series before losing in a game 5 to Rise Nation in the grand final. Despite the hot start, Cloud9 began to struggle placing a poor top 20 at the CWL Atlanta Open. This poor performance made Cloud9 slip from second in NA pro points down to eighth and at the CWL Dallas Open there was a bit of pressure as only the top 9 teams in NA pro points can qualify for the CWL Pro League. However, Cloud9 ended up finishing second in their pool and placed top 12, which was still not great, but was good enough to remain eighth in NA pro points meaning they qualified for the pro league. At the CWL Pro League Stage 1, Cloud9 really struggled only going 1-5 in series count and 5-17 in map count for a worst possible top 16 placement. Lacefield was then dropped as the team seemed to be in shambles, but was picked up on a a top NA AM team consisting of Spacely, Maux, and LlamaGod. This team emerged early as one of the best AM teams and under the name Supreme Team they qualified for Stage 1 Relegation in the NA CWL Pro Leauge Relegation Qualifier, and in relegation they managed to qualify for Stage 2 without dropping a map in the CWL Pro League Relegation. Prior to Stage 2, under BitterSweet, the team placed top 12 at the CWL Anaheim Open after topping their pool going 4-0, but then losing to two EU pro teams in Splyce and Red Reserve back to back. In the CWL Pro League Stage 2, the team was picked up by Ghost Gaming and had high hopes for making playoffs and got off to a great start going 4-0 in the first two days. However, on the last day they lost 0-3 to Enigma6 Group and 1-3 to FaZe Clan, and those losses put them on the losing end of a three way 4-2 tie with Enigma6 Group and FaZe Clan due to not winning enough maps. This meant that the team finished top 12 and missed out on playoffs. After getting dropped earlier in the year and barely missing out on Stage 2 Playoffs, Lacefield and Ghost Gaming were determined to end the year on a high note at CWL Champs. At the CWL Championship, Ghost Gaming got off to a hot start going 3-0 in their pool and in their first winners bracket match-up they beat Cloud9 3-1 and Lacefield got very hyped after beating the team that dropped him. Unfortunately, this hype was not enough to carry them through as they were then dropped down to losers by Team Envy, got some revenge on Enigma6 Group in losers, but then lost to Rise Nation for a top 8 placement.
World War II
Lacefield started the year still on Ghost Gaming with Maux, LlamaGod, and Spacely coming off a respectable top 8 placement at Champs. There was high hopes for the team coming into the new title and they had several top 8 placements in the first few MLG 2Ks. Despite the consistent online performances, Ghost Gaming struggled at the first LAN event of the season at the CWL Dallas Open as they finished a worst possible top 24 only winning one map the whole event. After that loss, Ghost Gaming would have to make it through the open bracket and make a deep run at the CWL New Orleans Open for a chance to make it into the pro league, but the team struggled again only managing a poor top 48 placement. This called for team changes to be made so Spacely and [[LlamaGod] were replaced by the Pandur and GodRx. This new team had inconsistent placements online, but managed to win an MLG Pro League Challenge going in to the CWL New Orleans Open where they placed a much improved top 16 after making it through the open bracket and into pools. Ghost Gaming saw some more decent placements online and then placed a better top 12 at the CWL Birmingham Open after not making it into pools, but still making a solid loser bracket run. Despite the improvements, the team decided to drop Maux for Parasite. This change seemed to help as at the CWL Seattle Open the team placed top 6 after battling through the open bracket, finishing second in their pool after upsetting OpTic Gaming, and upsetting Team Kaliber in round 1 of the winners bracket before getting double 3-0ed out of the tournament. Ghost Gaming continued to look like a top AM team winning two MLG 2Ks, but only managed a top 16 placement at the CWL Anaheim Open after being placed in a tough pool and losing to Mindfreak in the loser bracket. The team continued to look good online and won one series 3-0 to qualify for CWL Champs at the CWL Championship LCQ. At the CWL Championship, Ghost Gaming drew Mindfreak in their pool and managed to get revenge in a suspenseful game 5 series to go 2-1 and make it to bracket play. In bracket play, they beat Team Sween in round 1 before losing to Team Envy and Red Reserve for a top 12 placement.
Black Ops 4
To start the year, Lacefield was picked up by Evil Geniuses to play with Goonjar, Royalty, FeLo, and Saints. However, seeking enough pro points to qualify for pools at the first event, Evil Geniuses dropped Lacefield for Xotic, and an angry Lacefield decided to go back to teaming with Parasite, Pandur, and GodRx with Theory as their fifth. This team was picked up by Pittsburgh Knights and added Nubzy as their coach. The Pittsburgh Knights managed to qualify for pools at the first event in the CWL Las Vegas Open Play-In and at the CWL Las Vegas Open they finished third in their pool and lost their first match in the loser bracket for a top 16 finish. Lacefield was then picked up by G2 Esports who were seeking better slaying power to add to the team of Methodz, Decemate, Chino, and Blazt. There was high hopes for this team to qualify for the CWL Pro League at the CWL Pro League Qualifer, but after losing to Team Heretics and Team Envy they finished third in their pool and would have to qualify in bracket play. In bracket play, they were upset by Mindfreak and lost a close game 5 round 11 series to Red Reserve and missed out on making the CWL Pro League. This stunned many people, but since Lacefield was one of the best slayers sitting outside of the pro league, it did not take long for him to get picked up by a pro league team as he was picked up by Midnight Esports in the first roster change period to team with Parasite, Saints, Blazt, and LlamaGod. This was a controversial move as Midnight Esports had a top team, but due to contract issues the team split up so Lacefield and his teammates were joining an org that was not well liked and largely scrutinized. Without too much practice time, the team placed a worst possible top 16 at CWL Fort Worth. Going into the next event, the team added Saint as their coach and were looking better in the pro league, but since Saints cannot travel over seas, the team would have to use Knight as their substitute. Not having Saints seemed to hurt as Midnight Esports only managed a poor top 12 placement. The team began showing some improvements in the pro league, but once again struggled at CWL Anaheim placing a worst possible top 16. Heading into the final roster period of the year, Lacefield left to play for Elevate alongside ProFeezy, Wailers, MRuiz, and Believe. This team was looking strong in SnD, but weaker in the re-spawns and ended up going 4-3 in their last two weeks of the pro league having played 5 game 5 series. At the CWL Pro League Playoffs Play-In, Elevate got off to a good start going 2-0 up over Midnight Esports, but were then reverse swept and missed out on playing in the playoffs.
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2019-08-18||9 - 12||$ 35,000||Call of Duty World League Championship 2019||ELV|
|2019-07-19||5 - 8||CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs Play-In||ELV|
|2019-07-05||15 - 16||$ 61,875||CWL Pro League 2019||ELV|
|2019-07-05||77||$ 2,000||CWL Pro League 2019||LACE|
|2019-06-16||13 - 16||CWL Anaheim 2019||Mid|
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