- Dylan "Envoy" Hannon
- United States
- Call of Duty, Player
- Cash Won
- Current Team
Dylan "Envoy" Hannon is a professional Call of Duty player.
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Envoy started his pro team debut with Geared 4 Gaming. The roster consisted of Simple, Cells, Pickles, and himself. The roster qualified for the MLG Pro League CoD AW Season 3 Relegation Tournament. Sadly, this opportunity would fall through as the team would place 13th-16th, losing to OpTic Nation 3-1 in WR1 and then falling to 3sUP 3-0 in LR1. Afterwards, Envoy’ would play with amateur players up until the MES Detroit 25K. He would finally get his pro team opportunity with Team JusTus, who were looking for a new Call of Duty team. The roster was set as veteran SpaceLy, amateurs Assault and Kenny, and himself. The team placed second in the MLG GameBattles 5K Series 2015-08-09 and were looking solid. At UMG Washington DC 2015, the team placed top in Group B during the Group Stage. The team went 3-1 in map count in groups beating top teams such as FaZe Clan, Epsilon eSports NA, and open bracket team VexX Gaming before getting knocked out in the championship bracket for a Top 12 placing. The last event for the AW season was the MLG World Finals 2015. Team JusTus went into the event with high hopes, and met those expectations with a new high placing of 5-6 and took home $10,000. Envoy was forced into a temporarly retirement due the the 18 year old rule going into the BLack Ops 3 Season.
World War II
Envoy turned 18 in January of the World War II season. Starting late in the year after the first major event, he had to grind back to the top. He joined Fyra Gaming and compted in various online tournaments and placed Top 80 at CWL Atlanta Open 2018 before joining Team WaR in April. This would be a reunion with Cells, with whom he competed with in Advanced Warfare. The team would go to the CWL Seattle Open 2018 and placed Top 48. The team placed Top 4 in the MLG GameBattles Pro League Challenge 2018-05-20 but Envoy was dropped before the CWL Anaheim Open 2018 and stopped competing in CWL events for the remainder of the season.
Black Ops 4
Envoy quickly established himself as a top Black Ops 4 player after winning two big CMG tournaments with pick up teams. He joined up with Charullz, GodFormz, Performal, and Remedy in the beginning of November. Midnight Esports signed the squad going into the CWL Las Vegas United States Qualifier. They won the qualifier and received travel and accommodation to the event. The team placed Top 40 at Vegas. Midnight revamped their roster before the end of the month. Keeping only Envoy, they added LlamaGod, Parzelion, Brack, and JetLi to the roster before the Pro League Qualifier. At the qualifier, the team went a perfect 6-0 in their pool, defeating teams such as 100 Thieves, Pittsburgh Knights, and Team Space along the way to automatic qualification to the CWL Pro League 2019.
Call of Duty
Call of Duty World League
Call of Duty World League 2019
Call of Duty World League Anaheim 2019
Call of Duty World League London 2019
Call of Duty World League Miami Finals 2019
Call of Duty World League Pro League 2019
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