Maux

 
Maux
Name
Maux
Nationality
usa United States
Position
Advanced Warfare Pro, Black Ops 3 Pro, Blackout Pro, Black Ops 4 Pro, Call of Duty Pro, Infinite Warfare Pro, Modern Warfare Pro, Pro COD Free Agent, Pro Player, Warzone Pro, WW2 Pro
Past Teams
Mutineers, Gen.G
Leagues
Call of Duty Esports, COD League (CDL), Call of Duty World League, Warzone Esports
Seasons
2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
Birthday
April 20, 1998
Age
22

Maux, also known as Chance Moncivaez, is a professional Call of Duty player.

MAUX

Maux, also known as Chance Moncivaez, is a professional Call of Duty player. His first local competition was at a pizza place outside of Louisiana State University. Twelve year old Maux finished in 2nd place against an LSU student. His football nickname was “Vice”. He decided not to use that as his tag to keep football and gaming separate. He still goes by Vice offline. He played football for eleven years, the majority that time at the Center position. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is his favorite Call of Duty title to date. He was accepted to George Mason University in Fairfax, VA for the Fall 2016 semester but decided to take a year to further pursue competitive Call of Duty.


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MAUX HISTORY

Maux has been a life long video game player and began playing Call of Duty after receiving World at War for Christmas when he was 10.

His skill at Modern Warfare 2 convinced him to start trying to play at the few local tournaments available when he was 12.

Maux continued trying to compete online through the next several titles. At 16 he made the decision to stop playing high school football which consumed most of his time to focus on competitive Call of Duty.


Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (2015)

Maux made his first major competitive appearance at UMG Dallas 2015 playing with Evade Nation and placing T28 in Open Brackets.

Maux repeated a T28 performance later that year at UMG Washington D.C. 2015 playing under Repent Gaming.

At 17 Maux would be unable to compete again until after his April 2016 birthday.


Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 (2016)

In May 2016 Maux signed to the Cloud9 Eclipse team to play alongside Dedo, SiLLY and Swarley.

His only LAN opportunity with this squad was MLG Anaheim Open 2016 where they managed T16 finish.

A roster shake up in July with the Cloud9 sister team saw the dissolution of the C9 Eclipse team.

Maux then joined with Parasite, MiRx and Llama to form a team for Major League Gaming Orlando Open 2016.

This squad competed under the Kingsmen organization, however with a Top 20 finish the team dissolved shortly after.

Maux ended the Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 season failing to qualifying for the 2016 Championship with Next Threat led by Censor.


Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (2017)

The new Call of Duty season looked great for Maux. Teaming with veteran players MiRx, Whea7s, and KiLLa under the Revenge banner, the team qualified for pool play for the first event, of the year Call of Duty World League Las Vegas.

However, a disappointing T20 finish led to the team disbanding.

A race for Pro Points to qualify for the 2017 Call of Duty World League Global Pro League Stage 1 saw Maux team with DraMa, Priest and Xotic under The GosuCrew.

Decent placings in online weekly 2Ks kept this team in contention for league play.

A Top 12 placing at Call of Duty World League Atlanta followed by a disappointing T36 at Call of Duty World League Paris made the race for pro points tighter still.

With the Pro Point race ending after Call of Duty World League Dallas it came down to a match versus Evil Geniuses to decide which of the two would make League play. A 3-1 loss to Evil Geniuses, and an overall Top 12 finish ended Maux’s run for Stage 1 League play and started a carousel of roster changes.

With eyes on the online NA Relegation Qualifier for the 2017 Call of Duty World League Global Pro League Maux joined free agents Lacefield, LlamaGod, and veteran player SpaceLy. This squad qualified with relative ease for Stage 2, earning them a pool play spot for the Call of Duty World League Anaheim under BitterSweet.

Despite a strong start, sweeping their Anaheim Pool against Evil Geniuses, Faze Clan, eLevate EU and eRa Gaming, the squad only finished in the Top 12. However, their strong performance overall resulted in being recruited by a new but dynamic organization, Ghost Gaming.

For Maux and his team, the 2017 Call of Duty World League Global Pro League Stage 2 again started with high hopes after a 4-0 start, but ended with two losses and a three way tie for playoff contention, with Ghost Gaming ultimately missing out by one map. However, by qualifying for Stage 2, Maux’s squad had earned a place at the 2017 Call of Duty World League Championship in Orlando.

2017 Champs began with another strong start for Ghost Gaming, sweeping their group 3-0. They continued to play well in bracket play, beating Cloud 9 in winners round 1, before losing to eventual 2nd place finishers Team EnVy. Dropping to loser’s bracket, the team managed one more round, beating Enigma6, but were eventually eliminated by Rise Nation in losers round 3. Despite the loss, Maux had proven his ability to compete at the very highest level, the 7-8th finish was also his highest career placing thus far.

Maux Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Tournament Results and Earnings $13,875.00 From 4 Tournaments

Call of Duty: World War 2 (2018)

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 Call of Duty World League 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 and after a Top 48 placing at the Call of Duty World League New Orleans Open.

GodRx and Pandur joined and placements immediately improved as Ghost took Top 16 and then Top 12 at the Call of Duty World League Atlanta Open and Call of Duty World League Birmingham Opens respectively.

However, Maux was dropped prior to the Call of Duty World League Pro League 2018 NA Relegation Qualifier and his pickup squad of StuDyy, Nagafen, and Proto finished Top 12 out of 16 teams.

Theory joined the squad in place of StuDyy and the team joined Vast Esports for the Call of Duty World League Seattle Open.

Theory’s Pro Points from Team Kaliber gave the team the top open bracket seed but they failed to qualify for the championship bracket in the final round.

Maux would then play with pick up teams for the next month or so until joining Impact Gaming with Proto, Spoof, and MajorManiak.

They placed Top 28 at the Call of Duty World League Anaheim Open. Maux, MajorManiak, and Proto joined Elevate with Spacely following the event.

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.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 (2019)

Maux, MajorManiak, and Spacely stayed together going into the new season and added Havok and Nagafen.

The team announced that they would compete in the Call of Duty World League Las Vegas Open without representing an organization hoping to increase their stock should they qualify for the Call of Duty World League Pro League.

Right before the event, Str8 Rippin signed the roster for that event only.

The team placed in the Top 8, and then competed as Team Space at the Pro League Qualifier and made it into the league.

After qualifying, they found their pay day as they were signed by esports giants GenG.

Maux Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Tournament Results and Earnings $104,745.83 From 9 Tournaments

CALL OF DUTY: MODERN WARFARE (2020)

Maux signed with the Florida Mutineers for the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League.

He took 2nd place at the Atlanta Homeseries tournament on February 23rd, 2020.

Maux Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Tournament Results and Earnings $16,000.00 From 2 Tournaments

2020-04-12 1st CDL 2020 Week 5 – Dallas $10,000.00
2020-02-23 2nd CDL 2020 Week 3 – Atlanta $6,000.00

Call of Duty Esports

SeasonTeam$PointsK/DK +/-Map WinsSlayer RatingAvg Slayer RatingMinor ChampionshipsMajor ChampionshipWorld Championship
2019Gen.G16000000000000
2020Mutineers16000000000010
Total-32000000000010

COD League (CDL)

SeasonTeam$PointsK/DK +/-Map WinsSlayer RatingAvg Slayer RatingMinor ChampionshipsMajor ChampionshipWorld Championship
2020Mutineers16000000000010
Total-16000000000010

Call of Duty World League

SeasonTeam$PointsK/DK +/-Map WinsSlayer RatingAvg Slayer RatingMinor ChampionshipsMajor ChampionshipWorld Championship
2019Gen.G16000000000000
Total-16000000000000

Warzone Esports

SeasonTeam$PointsK/DK +/-Map WinsSlayer RatingAvg Slayer RatingMinor ChampionshipsMajor ChampionshipWorld Championship
Total-000

Career Total

Season$PointsK/DK +/-Map WinsSlayer RatingAvg Slayer RatingMinor ChampionshipsMajor ChampionshipWorld Championship
20150000000000
20160000000000
20170000000000
20180000000000
201916000000000000
202016000000000010
Total32000000000010

Results

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

(2)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Gateway Center Arena

Winners Cash Prize: $50,000.00
Losers Cash Prize: $30,000.00
(2)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Gateway Center Arena

Losers Cash Prize: 10000
(2)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Gateway Center Arena

(1)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Gateway Center Arena

(1)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Online

COD League (CDL)
2020
Minneapolis Armory

(1)
COD League (CDL)
2020
Minneapolis Armory

Call of Duty Esports
2019
Miami Beach Convention Center

Call of Duty Esports
2019
Anaheim Convention Center

Winners Cash Prize: 125000
Losers Cash Prize: 80000
Call of Duty Esports
2019
Anaheim Convention Center

Call of Duty Esports
2019
Anaheim Convention Center

Call of Duty Esports
2019
Anaheim Convention Center

Call of Duty Esports
2019
Anaheim Convention Center

Call of Duty World League
2018
Nationwide Arena

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