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== Biography ==
=== Black Ops 1 ===
Spacely's career began in 2011 when he became the youngest player to ever place pro at a Call of Duty MLG event. At just 14 years old, his team, [[JuKeD]] placed Top 16 at [[MLG Columbus 2011]]. He placed Top 16 again at [[MLG Anaheim 2011]] and event better with a Top 8 finish at [[MLG Orlando 2011]]. His performance throughout the season earned him a a place at the [[MLG National Championship 2011]]. His team of [[Saint]], [[Image]], and [[Reck]] placed Top 12.
=== Modern Warfare 3 ===
With no MLG support in the Modern Warfare 3 season, there were few events, but Spacely placed Top 4 in two of them. At [[NJ Halo Codzilla 2012]] he placed third with [[John]], [[Saint]], and [[MBoZe]] and then he placed fourth with [[NaDeSHoT]], [[Apoc]], and [[SNOWHARE]] at the [[UMG Invitational]].
=== Black Ops 2 ===
Spacely joined [[UNiTE Gaming]] and the team placed second in the first major online event of the year, [[Frag Cup IV]], with [[Huhdle]], [[Slacked]], and [[Bobby]]. With [[Clayster]] replacing [[Bobby]]. the team finished second at the [[MLG Winter Championship 2013]] and qualified for the [[Call of Duty Championship 2013]]. Unfortunately, [[Huhdle]], [[Slacked]], and Spacely were all under 17, so [[Clayster]] competed at the event with [[GunShy]], [[ShAnE]], and [[Tommey]]. Spacely joined [[IcoNs Evil]] with [[Huhdle]], [[John]], and [[TuQuick]] and placed Top 12 at the [[MLG Spring Championship 2013]]. Following the event, he joined [[FaZe Clan]] with [[Crowder]], [[Huhdle]]. and [[Slacked]] and placed Top 16 at [[UMG Atlanta 2013]], Top 4 at the [[MLG PAX Prime Invitational 2013]], and fourth at the [[MLG Fall Invitational 2013]] to round out the Black Ops 2 season.
=== Ghosts ===
[[FaZe Clan]] stuck together going in to Ghosts, but swapped out [[Slacked]] for [[Classic]]. The team placed Top 24 at the [[MLG Fall Championship 2013]] and disbanded following the event. Spacely bounced around teams including [[Team Envy]] and [[ConqueR]] before placing fourth at [[UMG Philadelphia 2014]] with a pickup team of [[SinfuL]], [[MBoZe]], and [[Saint]]. He then played with [[Fearless Under Fire]] and [[Team Sigma]] for a few online tournaments each. Spacely then joined [[VanQuish Gaming]] in an attempt to qualify for the [[MLG CoD League Season 2]]. VanQuish came up one match short in the [[MLG CoD League Season 2 Play-In Tournament]]. Again, his team disbanded but he joined Pro League team [[Strictly Business]] where they placed sixth at [[UGC Niagara 2014]]. The small amount of good luck ended there as [[Strictly Business]] finished last at the [[MLG X Games Invitational 2014]], last in the [[MLG CoD League Season 2]], and failed to [[MLG Anaheim 2014/Season 3 Play-In Tournament|qualify]] for [[MLG CoD League Season 3]]. Looking for another chance, Spacely managed to joined [[Radius Gaming]], who had a [[MLG CoD League Season 3|pro league]] spot from the previous season. [[Most Wanted]] then signed Radius and they placed Top 8 at [[UMG Dallas 2014]], third at [[UMG Nashville 2014]], and then third at the [[MLG CoD League Season 3 Playoffs]].
=== Advanced Warfare ===
Spacely, [[Slacked]], and [[Classic]] left [[Most Wanted]] but stuck together with [[Ricky]] for the first [[MLG GameBattles/5K Series/2014-11-09|5000 Series]] event of the season. The players went separate ways following the Top 8 finish and Spacely ended up competing with [[KiLLa]], [[MiRx]], and [[StuDyy]] at the [[MLG Columbus Open 2014]]. With [[KiLLa]] and [[MiRx]] have a [[MLG Pro League/CoD AW/Season 1/Regular Season|Pro League]] spot from the previous season, the team was signed by [[Elevate]]. They placed Top 6 at [[UMG Orlando 2015]] but disappointed in the online pro league with an eleventh placed finish. They did re-qualify for the [[MLG Pro League/CoD AW/Season 2/Regular Season|Pro League]] through [[MLG Pro League/CoD AW/Season 2/Qualifiers/Relegation Tournament|Relegation]]. Spacely was traded to [[Automatic Reload]] halfway through the season to join [[Burns]], [[Anticity]], and [[Mochila]]. They placed eleventh. Spacely competed in the [[MLG Pro League/CoD AW/Season 3/Relegation Tournament|Relegation]] tournament with [[Anticity]], [[TcM]], and [[StuDyy]] under [[Strictly Business]] but this time, Spacely failed to re-qualify. He then joined [[KiLLa]], [[StuDyy]], and [[Goonjar]] on [[XGN Competitive]] as a pickup team for [[UMG Dallas 2015]]. Spacely finished the season on [[Team JusTus]] with [[Assault]], [[Kenny]], and [[Envoy]]. This team of young guns impressed many with a Top 12 at [[UMG Washington DC 2015]] and a Top 6 finish at the [[MLG World Finals 2015]]. With [[Kenny]] and [[Envoy]] under 18 years old. The team had to disband going into the Black Ops 3 season.
=== Black Ops 3 ===
Spacely, [[Crowder]], [[John]], and [[ProoFy]] joined [[Luminosity Gaming]]'s first Call of Duty roster. After failing to qualify for the [[CWL/2016 Season/North America/Stage 1/Regular Season|Pro League]] at the [[CWL/2016 Season/North America/Stage 1/Qualifiers/Pro Division Qualifying Invitational Tournament|NA CWL 2016 Stage 1 Qualifying Invitational Tournament]], [[ProoFy]] was dropped for [[Saints]] and they qualified in the online [[CWL/2016 Season/North America/Stage 1/Qualifiers/Pro Division Online Qualifying Tournament|qualifying tournament]]. Luminosity was a middle of the pack team during the season. They finished seventh in the Regular Season and then knockout in the first round of the [[CWL/2016 Season/North America/Stage 1/Playoffs|Playoffs]]. [[NAMELESS]] and [[StuDyy]] joined [[Spacely]] and [[Saints]] and the team immediately improved with a Top 6 placing at the [[MLG Anaheim Open 2016]]. They finished seventh again in the [[CWL/2016 Season/North America/Stage 2/Regular Season|Regular Season]] but got Top 4 at the [[CWL/2016 Season/North America/Stage 2/Playoffs|Playoffs]] and then Top 6 at [[MLG Orlando Open 2016]]. The good placings would come to an end as they would finish Top 12 at the [[Call of Duty World League Championship 2016]].
=== Infinite Warfare ===
Spacely was kicked from [[Luminosity Gaming]] during the off season and created his own team, [[Trigger Happy]]. The team, with [[ProoFy]], [[TwiZz]], and [[Nelson]] placed Top 28 at the [[CWL/2017 Season/Las Vegas Open|CWL Las Vegas Open 2017]]. Spacely joined another team with [[Accuracy]], [[Chino]], and [[Legal]]. The squad would be picked up by [[G2 Esports]] but only managed a Top 28 placing at the [[CWL/2017 Season/Atlanta Open|CWL Atlanta Open]], a Top 24 placing at the [[CWL/2017 Season/Paris Open|CWL Paris Open]], and another Top 24 placing at the [[CWL/2017 Season/Dallas Open|CWL Dallas Open]]. G2 dropped the team following the events. Again, Spacely was on the search for a new team. This time, he joined [[LlamaGod]], [[Maux]], and [[Lacefield]] on [[Supreme Team]]. The squad qualified for [[CWL/2017 Season/Global Pro League/Stage 2|Stage 2]] of the CWL Pro League at [[CWL/2017 Season/Global Pro League/Relegation|Relegation]]. They competed under [[BitterSweet]] for the [[CWL/2017 Season/Anaheim Open|CWL Anaheim Open]] where they placed Top 12. Following the event, the team was signed by [[Ghost Gaming]]. They failed to qualify for the pro league playoffs but made a miraculous run at the [[Call of Duty World League Championship 2017]]. Ghost Gaming topped their group of [[Splyce]], [[Millenium]], and [[Team Kaliber]], and the defeated [[Cloud9]] in the championship bracket before being knocked to losers by [[Team Envy]]. In losers, the team beat [[Enigma6 Group]] before losing to [[Rise Nation]] and earning a respectable Top 8 finish and $35,000 for the team.
=== World War II ===
The team had high hopes going into the World War II season but were quickly shut down. At the first event of the year, the [[CWL/2018_Season/Dallas_Open|CWL Dallas Open]], Ghost Gaming only won one map (ironically a very impressive 5-0 Search and Destroy comeback against [[Evil Geniuses]]) en route to an 0-4 series count and being knocked out by open bracket team [[Lightning Pandas]] in the championship bracket. [[LlamaGod]] and Spacely were dropped from the team after another poor Top 48 placing at the [[CWL/2018_Season/New Orleans Open|CWL New Orleans Open]], and competed under [[JuKeD]] for the first stage of the [[CWL/2018 Season/National Circuit/United States/Stage 1|USA National Circuit]] where they placed 6th. The team was signed by [[PURE Gaming]] for the [[CWL/2018 Season/Atlanta Open|CWL Atlanta Open]] but failed again, placing Top 40 from the open bracket. Spacely joined [[Elevate]] with [[Nagafen]], [[Mochila]], and [[Blfire]]. He also joined [[Luminosity Gaming]] as a coach at this time and would remain a coach until they qualified for Champs. They placed Top 28 at the [[CWL/2018 Season/Anaheim Open|CWL Anaheim Open]]. The team made three changes and Spacely was joined by [[MajorManiak]], [[Maux]], and [[Proto]]. After qualifying for the [[Call of Duty World League Championship 2018]], the team surpassed all expectations and finished Top 8, which included preventing [[OpTic Gaming]] from advancing out of the group stage.
=== Black Ops 4 ===
Spacely, [[Maux]], and [[MajorManiak]] stayed together going into the new season and added [[Havok]] and [[Nagafen]]. The team announced that they would go orgless into the [[CWL/2019 Season/Las Vegas Open|CWL Las Vegas Open]] hoping to increase their stock should they qualify for the [[CWL/2019 Season/Pro League|CWL Pro League]]. Right before the event, [[Str8 Rippin]] signed the roster for the event only. The team placed Top 8, then competed as [[Team Space]] at the [[CWL/2019 Season/Pro League/Qualifier|Pro League Qualifier]] and made it into the league. After qualifying, they found their pay day as they were signed by esports giants [[Gen.G]].
== Trivia ==
*Spacely was the youngest Call of Duty pro ever, placing pro at the age of 14.
*Spacely got his alias from a Wiz Khalifa song.
*Spacely credits gaming with keeping him out of trouble growing up.
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=== Gallery ===
LG SpaceLy 2015 Winter.png|LG SpaceLy in 2015
SpaceLy_CODChamps_2018.png|SpaceLy at [[Call of Duty World League Championship 2018|COD Champs 2018]]
SpaceLy_PLQ_2019.png|Spacely in 2019
=== Interviews ===
*August 27, [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tlpm3DbOY5o Spacely and MW at Dallas (eSports Report - August 27th 2014)] - ''with MajorLeagueGaming''
*September 29, [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SQ44ojTg9M Interview with Spacely (eSports Report - Sept 29 2014)] - ''with MajorLeagueGaming''
*September 6, [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLT4Q9sAqOY Justus Spacely Interview at UMG DC] - ''with Dexerto''
*October 17, [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbHf1GWm53s Spacely Interview at MLG World Finals] - ''with Dexerto''
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