Fero

 
Maurice “Fero” Henriquez
Name
Fero
Nationality
usa United States
Position
Advanced Warfare Pro, Black Ops Cold War Pro, Black Ops 4 Pro, Call of Duty Pro, Modern Warfare Pro, Pro Player, Warzone Pro, WW2 Pro
Current Team
Mutineers
Past Teams
100 Thieves, Denial, DOOM, EnVy, Team Kaliber
Leagues
Call of Duty Esports, COD League (CDL), Call of Duty World League, Warzone Esports
Seasons
2015, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
Birthday
March 27, 1999
Age
21

Maurice "Fero" Henriquez is a pro COD player.

FERO

Fero, also known as Maurice Henriquez, is a professional Call of Duty player.


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FERO HISTORY

Fero has been a pro COD player since before 2018 during the COD WW2 esports season. Like many other pro COD players he was found playing Search and Destroy tournaments on the Major League Gaming GameBattles website.

Fero Team History
Start – End Team
Dec 2014 – Feb 2015 Denial Esports
Oct 2017 – Dec 2017 Ground Zero
Jan 2018 – Jan 2018 DooM Clan
Jan 2018 – Mar 2018 eRa Eternity
Mar 2018 – Apr 2018 Reckless
Apr 2018 – Aug 2018 Team Kaliber
Aug 2018 – Apr 2019 100 Thieves
Apr 2019 – Oct 2019 Team Envy
Jan 2020 – Jan 2020 Rich and Lonely
Mar 2020 – Mar 2020 No Mercy Esports
Mar 2020 – Present Florida Mutineers

Fero COD Advanced Warfare History (2015)

Fero competed for Denial Esports for the COD Advanced Warfare esports season. Then, in February of 2015, he left Denial Esports.


Fero COD WW2 History (2018)

Fero began his adult Call of Duty career competing with the team Ground Zero during the COD WW2 esports season. Fero was placing consistently in weekly online tournaments. Through these tournaments he earned a ticket to pool play for the 2018 CWL Dallas Open tournament. Fero performed quite well in pool play and he beat Epsilon Esports, Team Allegiance, and Team Vitality. He placed high enough to secure a spot in the winners bracket of the Dallas Open tournament and he finished in the top 12.

Some of Fero’s top COD WW2 plays were captured in the above video segment.

After the 2018 CWL Dallas Open event, Fero was invited to participate in the 2018 Northern Area Showdown tournament and placed in the top 6. Then Fero joined Doom Clan with Ricky, Decemate, and Bevils and competed at the CWL New Orleans tournament finishing in the top 12 and secured a spot in the CWL Pro League.

After the event, Fero’s team left Doom Clan to join the eRa Eternity team for the 1st stage of the CWL Pro League. He played well enough in the 1st stage of the Pro League to avoid relegation, advanc to the 2nd stage of the CWL Pro League, and qualify for the 2018 Call of Duty World Championship.

Moving forward towards CWL Birmingham Open, Fero’s team left eRa Eternity due to eRa who isn’t able to pay the team in time. They have formed their own team, Reckless to be able to represent their own team in the event. Their performance in poolplay has been somewhat moderate as they are able to put up fight with Evil Geniuses & Heretics but couldn’t keep up with OpTic Gaming and Team Envy, placing third in poolplay. Placing third spot in poolplay puts them in Round 3 in Loser Brackets, putting them with eUnited. Reckless is able to cause so many upsets by beating eUnited, Team Kaliber & Echo Fox but was unfortunately not enough to beat Splyce, placing 5-6th place.

After Birmingham CWL event ended, Rostermania begins. There are many rumors flying around wherever Fero’s staying on the old team or landing on to different teams. The public were flabbergasted about tK’s new roster changes, introducing Fero to the new team Team Kaliber, joining with Kenny & Accuracy along with another new player, Methodz.

With his new team, they went on to the event CWL Seattle Open. Team Kaliber has shown the decent run in poolplays, beating Evil Geniuses, Red Reserve & Splyce but only lost to Open Bracket winner, EZG.Blue. Being held 1st spot in poolplay, putting themselves in Winner’s Bracket with Ghost Gaming. Team Kaliber couldn’t finish off Ghost Gaming so they fell down to Loser’s Bracket, meeting FaZe Clan. They fought off FaZe Clan & Red Reserve in Losers Bracket but failing to stop Echo Fox in very close series, getting themselves eliminated out of the event, only placing 5-6th place.

Soon after the event finished, Methodz has left the roster while Enable replaced him as a new player, joining them for Pro League Season 2 & Champs. The new Team Kaliber roster has shown some ability that they’re still able to compete against top tier teams during Pro League S2 but many still doubted them until they proven them in Stage 2 Playoffs. During Stage 2 Playoffs, Team Kaliber has shown great performance by beating highly anticipated teams such as UNILAD, FaZe & Rise Nation, winning S2 Playoffs in a surprise from audiences who has expected Rise to win since Rise Nation has won twice in recent events. The most memorable moment from Playoffs is from Fero who managed to clutch 1v3 in CTF against FaZe, earning them a huge 3-0 win for Team Kaliber.

During the 2018 Championships, tK made it through the poolplays and went on the Winner’s Bracket. During the winner bracket, they have been winning series with ease against teams such as Rise, Elevate & eUnited until they meet Evil Geniuses. In the Final Bracket, Evil Geniuses beat Team Kaliber by 3-1, dropping themselves to Losers Bracket where they met FaZe. During the series against FaZe has been close but tK has managed to win the series and went back to fight Evil Geniuses again in Grand Final. Team Kaliber managed to beat Evil Geniuses in the first series, resetting the bracket which Fero and Team Kaliber has to win one more series to win the Championship. Ultimately, Team Kaliber has fell, losing their series 3-0 to Evil Geniuses, making them a Runner-Up in 2018 Championship.


Fero COD Black Ops 4 History (2019)

Fero left Team Kaliber and joined 100 Thieves, along with Kenny Kuavo Williams. Later, Sam Octane Larew joined as a 3rd player. Once the 5v5 was announced, Slasher & Enable joined the 100 Thieves to finish out the roster. Later Fero competed in the CWL Las Vegas tournament and finished in the Top 12.


Fero COD Modern Warfare History (2020)

Fero joined the Florida Mutineers for the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League. On March 7th, 2020 Emily Rand interviewed Fero for a segment on ESPN Esports YouTube channel regarding his debut performance with the Florida Mutineers at the Los Angeles Home Series.

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Fero Warzone History (2020)

Fero competed in various Warzone tournaments.


Fero COD Black Ops Cold War History (2021)

On September 9th, 2020, the COD League published that the Florida Mutineers had extended Fero’s contract for the 2021 COD Esports season.

Call of Duty Esports

SeasonTeam$PointsK/DK +/-Map WinsSlayer RatingAvg Slayer RatingMinor ChampionshipsMajor ChampionshipWorld Championship
2018Team Kaliber50000000000000
2019100 Thieves0000000000
2020Mutineers67000000000030
2021Mutineers0000000000
Total-117000000000030

COD League (CDL)

SeasonTeam$PointsK/DK +/-Map WinsSlayer RatingAvg Slayer RatingMinor ChampionshipsMajor ChampionshipWorld Championship
2020Mutineers67000000000030
2021Mutineers0000000000
Total-67000000000030

Call of Duty World League

SeasonTeam$PointsK/DK +/-Map WinsSlayer RatingAvg Slayer RatingMinor ChampionshipsMajor ChampionshipWorld Championship
2018Team Kaliber50000000000000
2019100 Thieves0000000000
Total-50000000000000

Warzone Esports

SeasonTeam$PointsK/DK +/-Map WinsSlayer RatingAvg Slayer RatingMinor ChampionshipsMajor ChampionshipWorld Championship
2020Mutineers0000000000
2021Mutineers0000000000
Total-0000000000

Career Total

Season$PointsK/DK +/-Map WinsSlayer RatingAvg Slayer RatingMinor ChampionshipsMajor ChampionshipWorld Championship
20150000000000
201850000000000000
20190000000000
202067000000000030
20210000000000
Total117000000000030

Results

(1)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

(5)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

Losers Cash Prize: $175,000.00
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

(2)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

(2)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

(1)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

(3)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

Losers Cash Prize: $10,000
(2)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

(2)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

(1)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

(3)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

Winners Cash Prize: $50,000.00
Losers Cash Prize: $30,000.00
(3)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

Losers Cash Prize: $10,000.00
(2)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

(2)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

(1)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

(3)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

Winners Cash Prize: $50,000.00
Losers Cash Prize: $30,000.00
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

Losers Cash Prize: $10,000.00
(1)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

COD League (CDL)
2020

COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

(3)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

Winners Cash Prize: $50,000.00
Losers Cash Prize: $30,000.00
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

Losers Cash Prize: $10,000.00
(2)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

(2)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

(1)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

Call of Duty World League
2018
Nationwide Arena

Winners Cash Prize: 600000
Losers Cash Prize: 200000

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