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== Biography ==
TJHaLy comes from a GameBattles background and has achieved a lot of success online, alongside the likes of [[ZooMaa]] and [[VeXeD]] and is widely renowned for his ability in Search and Destroy.
TJHaLy made his LAN debut during Ghosts at [[UMG Philadelphia 2014]] playing alongside [[ZooMaa]], [[VeXeD]] and [[NoXiDe]] for [[Bati]] and they managed a 9/12th finish. He continued to have success in the online 2K's across multiple rosters with his next LAN appearance coming at [[UMG Nashville 2014]] on [[Stunner Gaming]] with [[PRPLXD]], [[VeXeD]] and [[ColeChan]] where the team achieved a 9/12th finish.
TJ began the year on the same [[Stunner Gaming]] roster that finished the previous year and at the first event of the year they achieved a 13/16th result at [[MLG Columbus Open 2014]]. After the event, the team replaced [[ColeChan]] with [[Huke]] and after consistent performances online they secured an impressive 2nd place finish at [[UMG Orlando 2015]] in their first LAN event together, losing to [[OpTic Gaming]] in both the Winners Bracket final and Grand final. After this event TJ and [[Huke]] joined [[Aware Gaming]] alongside [[Accuracy]] and [[Happy]]. The roster finished 5th in the [[MLG Pro League/CoD AW/Season 1/Regular Season|Pro League Season 1 ]] and 5/6th at the [[MLG Pro League/CoD AW/Season 1/Playoffs|Season 1 Playoffs]] where they lost to eventual champions [[OpTic Gaming]] in Winners Bracket round 2 and eventual runners up [[Denial Esports]] in the losers bracket.
He joined [[Elevate]] for the [[MLG Pro League/CoD AW/Season 2/Regular Season|Pro League Season 2]] and with [[Classic]], [[Slacked]] and [[Temp]] secured a 4th place finish and an impressive 3rd place at [[MLG Pro League/CoD AW/Season 2/Playoffs|Season 2 Playoffs]], losing to [[FaZe Clan]] in the losers bracket final. After replacing [[Temp]] with [[Saints]] at [[UMG Washington DC 2015]] the roster finished 3rd, behind [[OpTic Gaming]] and [[Denial Esports]] again. The squad then finished 2nd in the [[MLG Pro League/CoD AW/Season 3/Regular Season/Post-Reset|Pro League Season 3]] and and 4th at the [[MLG Pro League/CoD AW/Season 3/Playoffs|Season 3 Playoffs]], making a strong losers bracket run before falling to [[FaZe Clan]]. [[Elevate]] replaced [[Classic]] with young star [[Octane]] before the final event of the year, the [[MLG World Finals 2015]]. They were drawn in Group D with [[Team Envy]], [[Team Orbit NA]], [[Lethal Gaming]] and [[Citadel Gaming]] and placed 2nd with a 3-1 record. They managed back to back 4-1 wins against [[FaZe Clan]] and [[Denial Esports]] in the winners bracket before losing 4-2 to [[OpTic Gaming]] in the winners bracket final and [[Denial Esports]] in the losers bracket.
===Black Ops 3 and Infinite Warfare===
TJHaLy was unable to compete for the next 2 years due to age restrictions imposed by the creation of the Call of Duty World League. He took a 2 year hiatus from competing at events for the next 2 years before returning for World War II after turning 18.
===World War II===
After the end of the Infinite Warfare season [[Rise Nation]] announced they would be picking up TJHaLy to replace [[Faccento]] for the upcoming season. After solid performances online, fans had high hopes for the roster heading into the first event, the [[2018 CWL Dallas Open]] however they failed to make it out of pool play, losing to [[Team Kaliber]] and [[Red Reserve EU]] and placing 3rd. They then lost to [[Enigma6 Group]] in the losers bracket, finishing 13/16th. TJHaLy had a disappointing event overall however many put that down to this being his first LAN event for over 2 years. After the event, Rise replaced [[Aqua]] and [[FeLo]] with [[Gunless]] and [[Methodz]] and the team won the [[MLG GameBattles 2K Series NA 2017-12-30]], their first competition together. At their first event together they secured a very impressive 3rd place finish at the [[2018 CWL New Orleans Open]], making a strong losers bracket before losing a game 5 to [[Luminosity Gaming]] in the losers bracket final. TJHaLy had a much better event receiving praise for his performances in Search and Destroy especially.
== Trivia ==
* [[VeXeD]] was TJHaLy's longest lasting duo.
* TJHaLy, along with his ex-teammate [[Temp]], is the youngest Call of Duty Player to earn an XGAMES Bronze Medal.
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TJHaly_CODChamps_2018.png|TJHaly at [[Call of Duty World League Championship 2018|COD Champs 2018]]
TJHaly Vegas 2019.png|TJHaLy at [[CWL/2019 Season/Las Vegas Open|CWL Vegas 2019]]
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