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Neptune, also known as Travis McCloud, is a professional Call of Duty player and a professional Halo player. He was scouted for the Call of Duty League during the COD Challengers season’s opening cups.
This is a list of Neptune’s social media profiles on various platforms.
This is the official Neptune Twitch live stream.
This is the official Neptune Twitter feed.
This is the official Neptune MLG Gamebattles page.
Shotzzy, also known as Anthony Cuevas-Castro, is a professional Call of Duty player and a professional Halo player. He is a 2018 Halo World Champion and a 2020 Call of Duty World Champion. He is the 2020 Call of Duty League MVP (Most Valuable Player). He is known for his elite movement ability and frequently produces highlight reel clips. He rose to prominence at a very young age, winning his first event less than a month after turning sixteen. He won the 2018 Halo World Championship. He is the first person to ever become a multi game esports World Champion.
This is a list of Shotzzy’s social media profiles on various platforms.
This is the official Shotzzy Twitch live stream.
This is the verified Shotzzy Twitter feed.
Shotzzy has been a pro player since before 2018. Shotzzy is a pro Halo player and a 2018 Halo World Champion. Shotzzy is a pro COD player and a 2020 COD World Champion. He is the first person to ever become a multi game esports World Champion. He is the 2020 Call of Duty League Most Valuable Player.
Shotzzy Halo 5 Guardians History (2018)
Shotzzy made his name online at a very young age, going nearly undefeated in Halo 2: Anniversary 2v2s (playing mostly alongside Falcated), only losing one match on record to Spartan and Ninja.
With the release of Halo 5, Shotzzy’s reputation rose as he placed highly in multiple Team Beyond 4v4 and 2v2 tournaments.
Shotzzy was too young to compete in Halo Championship Series competition until a rule change in December 2016 deemed him eligible to compete in the North American qualifying series for Halo World Championship 2017.
Shotzzy immediately became a prized free agent, eventually landing on team Inconceivable alongside bubu dubu, Shooter and longtime duo Falcated.
At UGC St. Louis 2017, Inconceivable fought through the Open Bracket and emerged undefeated in the Championship Bracket. They ultimately finished in the top 6 after a close loss to Str8 Rippin.
At ME Las Vegas 2017, Inconceivable, now under the Splyce organization, looked to qualify for Halo World Championship 2017 with a placing of at least top 6. Unfortunately for Splyce, they were unable to qualify after losses to OpTic Gaming and Luminosity Gaming sent them home with a top 8 finish.
At Worlds, Splyce were placed in a pool with Team EnVyUs and Team Immunity. Splyce pulled off an early upset when they defeated Team EnVyUs 3-1 in the opening match of the night and went on to win the pool. In the bracket, Splyce were taken out early in a 4-3 loss to Luminosity Gaming. They then swept SoaR Gaming and defeated FAB Games eSports 4-1 before losing a close 4-3 match to Str8 Rippin and going home with a top 6 finish.
Following Worlds, Splyce made a roster change, releasing Falcated and replacing him with Str8 Rippin star Renegade. With Renegade on board, Splyce won the Daytona Placement Cup, earning a spot in the Group Stage of the event. In Daytona, Splyce finished 2nd in its pool, notably trading wins with Team Liquid. They narrowly avoided an upset in a 3-2 victory over Lethal Gaming in Winners Round 1 before being knocked out by Team Liquid (in their third match of the tournament) in the second round. After eliminating Wise Gaming, Luminosity Gaming and Oxygen Supremacy, Splyce met Liquid once again in the Losers Semifinals and lost a grueling 4-3 series to take 4th place.
The following week, Splyce successfully qualified for the Summer Pro League with a 1st place finish in the Last Chance Qualifier. Splyce had an impressive showing in the Pro League, losing only to OpTic Gaming and finishing second overall.
At the DreamHack Atlanta Finals, Splyce won their first matches in quick fashion before a narrow victory over Team Liquid sent them to the Winners Finals against OpTic Gaming. Here, Splyce did the unthinkable, handing the OpTic roster its most lopsided ever loss with a score of 4-1. OpTic returned from the Elimination Bracket for a rematch, but Splyce stood their ground, taking the second series 4-2 and putting a cap to their Cinderella story and giving Shotzzy his first event win, as well as teammates bubu and Renegade.
Returning unchanged for the Fall Season, Splyce had a more rocky run, finishing fourth overall. They had a similarly strong start at the DreamHack Denver Finals, sweeping their early opponents and taking out the formidable Team EnVyUs in four games. They met up with OpTic Gaming once again in the Winners Finals. This time around, OpTic stood tall with a 4-2 victory. In the Elimination Finals, Splyce were unexpectedly dominated by a hot Team Liquid roster, who took them out with a 4-0 victory and sent the defending champions home in third.
Going into Halo World Championship 2018 season, Splyce made changes to its roster, replacing bubu dubu and Shooter with Eco and StelluR of Team Liquid. The new roster went into MLG Orlando with the #1 seed and played nearly textbook Halo, taking first place with a 4-2 win over OpTic Gaming in the finals. Winning Orlando opened the floodgates for Splyce, who went on to win the last four cups of the season going into MLG Columbus.
In Columbus, Splyce finished second in their pool after StelluR was unable to play in their match against Renegades for medical reasons. The following day, Splyce lost to Tox (formerly OpTic) in the winners semifinals, but turned up a gear on Sunday, taking out Team EnVyUs and Team Reciprocity before sweeping Tox in series one of the finals and defeating them 4-1 in the second series to take first place.
At Worlds, the number 1 seeded Splyce swept their pool before taking out Team Infused 4-1 in the first round of bracket play. After defeating Team EnVyUs 4-2, Splyce faced TOX Gaming and defeated them 4-1 to secure a spot in the finals. In the finals, they met TOX Gaming again and swept them to claim their first World Championship.
Shotzzy Halo 3 History (2019)
Shotzzy competed in the DreamHack Dallas Halo 3 tournament on June 2nd, 2019 and finished in the top 6 earning $500. Then, on September 8th, he competed in the UGC Halo 3 Classic Tournament in Atlantic City and finished in the top 6 earning $500.
|Shotzzy Halo 3 Tournament Results and Esports Earning||$1,000.00 From 2 Tournaments|
|2019-09-08||5th-6th||UGC Halo Classic Atlantic City 2019||$500.00|
|2019-06-02||5th-6th||DreamHack Dallas 2019 (Halo 3)||$500.00|
Shotzzy COD Black Ops 4 History (2019)
Shotzzy was too young to compete in the COD World League during the COD Black Ops 4 esports season so he won a couple handfuls of Search and Destroy Tournaments on CheckMate Gaming’s website instead earning over $2400.
|Shottzy COD Black Ops 4 Tournament Results and Earnings||$2,400.00 From 6 Tournaments|
|2019-02-22||1st||CMG Elite $1000 2v2 SND||$500.00|
|2019-01-25||1st||CMG Elite $1200 4v4 SND||$250.00|
|2019-01-11||1st||CMG Elite $1000 2v2 SND||$500.00|
|2019-01-05||1st||CMG Elite $1200 3v3 SND||$400.00|
|2018-12-08||1st||CMG Elite $1000 2v2 SND||$500.00|
|2018-12-01||1st||CMG Elite $900 3v3 SND||$250.00|
Shotzzy COD MODERN WARFARE History (2020)
On October 15th, 2019 Shotzzy announced that he had joined the Dallas Empire for the inaugural season of Call of Duty League. This was his rookie year as a pro COD player. He finished in the top twelve during the Launch Weekend tournament on January 24th, 2020. Next on February 9th, 2020, he took second place at the London Home Series tournament earning $6,000.
Then on March 8th, 2020, Shotzzy won the Los Angeles Home Series tournament, his first major Championship of the year, and $10,000. Next on April 12th, he finished in the top four at the Dallas Home Series tournament earning himself $2,000.
Two weeks later on April 26th, Shotzzy won his 2nd major Championship title of the season and $10,000 by winning the Chicago Home Series tournament. Later, on June 14th, he finished in the top four at the Minnesota Home Series tournament earning $2000. One week later, on June 21st, he finished in the top four teams again at the Paris Home Series earning another $2,000.
A month later on July 19th, Shotzzy won the London Home Series, his 3rd major Championship title of the year, and $10,000. Then for the final regular season tournament of the year he finished in the top four at the Toronto Home Series earning $2,000. Shotzzy was named the 2020 COD League MVP.
Then on August 30th, 2020, Shotzzy won the 2020 COD League World Championship earning himself his 1st World Championship ring, 4th major championship title for the year, and $300,000.
Shotzzy COD Black Ops Cold War History (2021)
On September 9th, 2020, the COD League published that the Dallas Empire had extended Shotzzy’s contract for the 2021 COD Esports season.
Shotzzy COD Vanguard History (2022)
So far it seems that the Dallas Empire has extended Shotzzy’s contract for the 2022 COD Vanguard Esports season.
Huke, also known as Cuyler Garland, is a professional Call of Duty player, a professional Halo player, and a 2020 COD World Champion.
This is a list of Huke’s social media profiles on various platforms.
This is the official Huke Twitch live stream.
This is the verified Huke Twitter feed.
Huke COD Ghosts History (2014)
Huke came into the cod scene in Ghosts and was picked up on Carnage Esports to team with VaiN, Swarley, and Vicious.
The team managed to battle through the open bracket at UMG Nashville, but lost in the losers bracket in a game 5 against OpTic Nation and finished with a top 20 placement.
Huke COD Advance Warfare History (2015)
Huke stayed with Carnage Esports for the beginning of the COD Advanced Warfare esports season. At the MLG Columbus Open tournament on November 30th, 2014, he finished in the top 16. Then Huke joined Stunner Gaming on December 5th, alongside TJHaly, VeXeD, and PRPLXD. At the first event together as a team at UMG Orlando, he started very hot winning all four matches in their pool including beating OpTic Gaming in a 3 to zero. Then, he won the first two winners bracket matches against Team JusTus and Denial Esports. Then he lost to OpTic Gaming in the winner’s bracket finals. In the loser’s bracket Huke beat Denial Esports again to force a rematch against OpTic Gaming in the grand finals. Huke ended up taking 2nd place at the 2015 UMG Orlando tournament earning $1,250.
Huke joined Aware Gaming and finished the 1st season of the MLG Pro League in 5th place which won him $2,000. Then he finished in the top 6 at the MLG Pro League Season 1 Playoffs earning $1,000. On May 17th, 2015 Huke took 2nd place competing at the UMG California tournament earning $2,500. The team then placed second again in the MLG Pro League Season 2 Regular Season under FaZe Red and after more second placements in online tournaments, back under FaZe Clan, the team placed second yet again in the MLG Pro League Season 2 Playoffs losing to OpTic Gaming in the winners final and grand finals. FaZe Clan had enough of placing second so to try and improve they traded Huke and Slasher to Denial Esports for world champions Attach and Clayster.
Huke and Slasher were now on Denial Esports with Crowder and Temp, and this team finished third at UMG Dallas after losing to Huke’s former team FaZe Clan, and once again losing to OpTic Gaming. Denial Esports then began to win online tournaments, but once again Huke placed second at UMG Washington DC failing to get passed OpTic Gaming. Despite the solid online tournaments and UMG placements, Denial Esports only placed top 10 in the MLG Pro League Season 3 Regular Season and top 6 in the MLG Pro League Season 3 Playoffs after starting in the loser bracket and eventually losing to Faze Clan. The team then dropped Crowder for Classic in an effort to try to get more slaying power and the change seemed to help as at the MLG World Finals, Denial Esports went a perfect 4-0 in their pool going 12-0 in map count and coasted through the winners bracket beating Faze Clan in the process. However, yet again Huke and Denial Esports lost to OpTic Gaming in the winners bracket and the grand finals finishing the year placing second yet again.
|Huke COD Advanced Warfare Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$32,750.00 From 12 Tournaments|
|2015-10-18||2nd||2015 MLG World Finals||$15,000.00|
|2015-09-20||5th – 6th||2015 MLG Pro League Season 3 Playoffs||$3,000.00|
|2015-09-14||10th||2015 MLG Pro League Season 3|
|2015-09-06||2nd||UMG Washington DC 2015||$3,000.00|
|2015-07-12||3rd||UMG Dallas 2015||$1,250.00|
|2015-06-07||2nd||2015 MLG Pro League Season 2 Playoffs||$3,750.00|
|2015-05-22||2nd||2015 MLG Pro League Season 2|
|2015-05-17||2nd||UMG California 2015||$2,500.00|
|2015-02-22||5th – 6th||2015 MLG Pro League Season 1 Playoffs||$1,000.00|
|2015-02-06||5th||2015 MLG Pro League Season 1||$2,000.00|
|2015-01-04||2nd||UMG Orlando 2015||$1,250.00|
|2014-11-30||13th – 16th||2014 MLG Columbus Open|
Huke HALO 5 History (2016)
Huke wasn’t 18 years old for all of the COD Black Ops 3 and COD Infinite Warfare seasons, so he switched to competing in Halo esports during that time. He emerged as one of the more talented pro Halo players.
|Huke Halo 5 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$179,625.00 From 19 Tournaments|
|2017-10-22||4th||DreamHack Denver 2017||$3,750.00|
|2017-09-27||1st||HCS Pro League NA Fall 2017 Regular Season||$2,500.00|
|2017-07-23||3rd||DreamHack Atlanta 2017||$6,250.00|
|2017-06-22||4th||HCS Pro League NA Summer 2017 Regular Season||$1,500.00|
|2017-05-14||1st||UMG Daytona 2017||$6,000.00|
|2017-03-26||2nd||2017 Halo World Championship||$50,000.00|
|2017-03-05||3rd||ME Las Vegas 2017||$1,500.00|
|2017-01-22||3rd||UGC St. Louis 2017||$1,500.00|
|2016-12-11||1st||HCS Pro League NA Fall 2016 Season Finals||$18,750.00|
|2016-11-20||1st||HCS Las Vegas 2016||$2,500.00|
|2016-11-10||1st||HCS Pro League NA Fall 2016 Regular Season||$3,250.00|
|2016-10-30||1st||UGC St Louis 2016 Halo 5||$2,500.00|
|2016-10-21||1st||Beyond 4v4 No Radar Invitational||$125.00|
|2016-10-09||2nd||HCS Orange County 2016||$1,250.00|
|2016-10-09||2nd||HCS Orange County 2016 – FFA||$1,500.00|
|2016-07-31||2nd||HCS Pro League NA Summer 2016 Season Finals||$8,750.00|
|2016-07-15||2nd||HCS Pro League NA Summer 2016 Regular Season||$3,000.00|
|2016-03-20||3rd – 4th||2016 Halo World Championship||$62,500.00|
|2016-02-21||2nd||Halo World Championship Tour Columbus||$2,500.00|
Huke COD WW2 History (2018)
At the start of World War 2, Huke turned 18 and announced his highly anticipated return to Call of Duty esports by joining Team Envy, which was the same banner he competed under in Halo esports. This team started the year hot winning the Scuf Gaming Boots On The Ground Series Ghosts, which was a Ghosts throwback tournament in which they called themselves the 2018 World Champs, showing how hyped they were to have reunited that roster.
On December 10th, 2017 at the 2018 COD World League Dallas Open tournament Huke placed in the top 8 earning $1,000. Then after the New Year on March 11th, 2018 he finished in 4th place at the COD World League Atlanta Open tournament earning $4,000. Next, on April 1st, he finished in the top six at the COD World League Birmingham Open tournament earning $2,000. Then on April 8th Huke finished in the top 8 after the 1st stage of the CWL Pro League earning just over $5,000 including his player bonuses. Then he placed in the top 12 at the CWL Seattle Open tournament on April 22nd, 2018. Next on June 17th, he finished in the top 16 at the COD World League Anaheim Open tournament. Later on July 29th, he finished the 2nd stage of the CWL Pro League in the top 12 earning just over $3,000 including his player bonuses. Finally, on August 19th, Huke finished in the top six at the 2018 COD World League Championship earning over $13,000.
|Huke COD WW2 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$29,650.00 From 7 Tournaments|
|2018-08-19||5th – 6th||2018 CWL Championship||$13,750.00|
|2018-07-29||11th – 12th||2018 CWL Pro League Stage 2||$3,125.00|
|2018-04-08||7th – 8th||2018 CWL Pro League Stage 1||$5,625.00|
|2018-04-01||5th – 6th||2018 CWL Birmingham Open||$2,000.00|
|2018-03-11||4th||CWL Atlanta Open 2018||$4,000.00|
|2017-12-10||7th – 8th||CWL Dallas Open 2018||$1,000.00|
|2017-11-17||2nd||UMG 4v4 Variant Prime||$150.00|
Huke COD Black Ops 4 History (2019)
Huke competed for Team Envy during the COD Black Ops 4 esports season. On November 14th, 2018 he won the CheckMate Gaming Elite 5v5 Search and Destroy tournament and $320. Then, on February 22nd 2019, he competed in the Blackout Battle Royale After Dark tournament and finished in the top eight and earned $125. Next, on May 5th, Huke took fourth place at the 2019 COD World League London tournament earning $5,000. Two months later on July 5th, he finished the 2019 CWL Pro League in 10th place overall earning himself $4500 and in the top 6 with Team Envy earning an additional $14,375. A couple of weeks later at the 2019 CWL Pro League Finals he finished in the top 8 earning another $3,750. Finally closing out the COD Black Ops 4 season on August 18th, at the 2019 COD World League Championship Huke finished in the top 16 and earned $5000.
|Huke COD Black Ops 4 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$33,070.00 From 7 Tournaments|
|2019-08-18||13th – 16th||2019 CWL Championship||$5,000.00|
|2019-07-21||7th – 8th||2019 CWL Pro League Finals||$3,750.00|
|2019-07-05||5th – 6th||CWL Pro League 2019||$14,375.00|
|2019-07-05||10th||CWL Pro League 2019 Player Bonuses||$4,500.00|
|2019-05-05||4th||CWL London 2019||$5,000.00|
|2019-02-22||5th – 8th||Blackout After Dark||$125.00|
|2018-11-14||1st||CheckMate Gaming Elite $2000 5v5 SND||$320.00|
Huke COD MODERN WARFARE History (2020)
On October 16th, 2019 Huke announced he was joining the Dallas Empire. He finished in the top twelve during the Launch Weekend tournament on January 24th, 2020. Next on February 9th, 2020, he took second place at the London Home Series tournament earning $6,000.
Then on March 8th, 2020, Huke won the Los Angeles Home Series tournament, his first major Championship of the year, and $10,000. Next on April 12th, he finished in the top four at the Dallas Home Series tournament earning himself $2,000.
Two weeks later on April 26th, Huke won his 2nd major Championship title of the season and $10,000 by winning the Chicago Home Series tournament. Later, on June 14th, he finished in the top four at the Minnesota Home Series tournament earning $2000. One week later, on June 21st, he finished in the top four teams again at the Paris Home Series earning another $2,000.
A month later on July 19th, Huke won the London Home Series, his 3rd major Championship title of the year, and $10,000. Then for the final regular season tournament of the year he finished in the top four at the Toronto Home Series earning $2,000.
Then on August 30th, 2020, Huke won the 2020 COD League World Championship earning himself his 1st World Championship ring, 4th major championship title for the year, and $300,000.
|Huke COD Modern Warfare Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$344,000.00 From 10 Tournaments|
|2020-08-30||1st||2020 COD League World Championship||$300,000.00|
|2020-07-26||3rd – 4th||CDL 2020 Week 13 – Toronto Home Series||$2,000.00|
|2020-07-19||1st||CDL 2020 Week 12 – London Home Series||$10,000.00|
|2020-06-21||3rd – 4th||CDL 2020 Week 10 – Paris Home Series||$2,000.00|
|2020-06-14||3rd – 4th||CDL 2020 Week 9 – Minnesota Home Series||$2,000.00|
|2020-04-26||1st||CDL 2020 Week 6 – Chicago Home Series||$10,000.00|
|2020-04-12||3rd – 4th||CDL 2020 Week 5 – Dallas Home Series||$2,000.00|
|2020-03-08||1st||CDL 2020 Week 4 – Los Angeles Home Series||$10,000.00|
|2020-02-09||2nd||CDL 2020 Week 2 – London Home Series||$6,000.00|
|2020-01-24||9th – 12th||CDL 2020 Launch Weekend|
Huke COD Black Ops Cold War History (2021)
Huke continued to play for the Dallas Empire for the 2021 COD League season. Later in the season he left Dallas for the LA Thieves. After the season ended on September 6th, the LA Theives released Huke and thanked him for his time.
Huke COD Vanguard History (2022)
Huke joined the Los Angeles Guerrillas for the 2022 COD League season.
Frosty, also known as Bradley Bergstrom, is a professional Halo player and a professional Call of Duty player. He is also a two time Halo World Champion.
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Professional Halo player for @Sentinels. https://t.co/Oy5B2ZM0vp | Code Frosty @BattleBeaverC // Business: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Frosty Team History|
|Feb 2015 – Feb 2015||Reality Check (Halo)|
|May 2015 – Aug 2015||eXcellence Gaming (Halo)|
|Nov 2015 – Nov 2015||Daytona (Halo)|
|Dec 2015 – Sep 2016||Counter Logic Gaming (Halo)|
|Sep 2016 – Mar 2018||OpTic Gaming (Halo)|
|Mar 2018 – Nov 2018||TOX Gaming (Halo)|
|Dec 2018 – June 2019||Enigma6|
|June 2019 – October 2019||Midnight Esports|
|October 2019 – October 2nd, 2020||Florida Mutineers|
|October 2nd, 2020 – present||Sentinels|
Frosty is a two time Halo World Champion.
Halo 2: Anniversary
Frosty’s first LAN event was UGC St. Louis 2015, which he attended as a member of Dark Matter. They placed 22nd at the event. Frosty then joined Reality Check in time for Gamers For Giving 2015, and the team placed 7th, pulling off a major upset over Noble Black in the process. Despite this, Reality Check did not qualify for the season finals at PAX East 2015, and Frosty declared his free agency on Twitter shortly after.
Shortly after declaring free agency, Frosty was signed by Velocity. However, this would not last into season 2, as Frosty was released shortly after. He would not attend Iron Games Atlanta 2015. He joined eXcellence alongside Cobys2Fast, UnLegit and eL TowN in May. eXcellence made it to the HCS Season 2 Finals, where they placed 8th.
|Frosty Halo 2 Anniversary Tournament Results and Earnings||$750.00 From 1 Tournament|
|2015-07-26||7th-8th||HCS Season 2 Finals||$750.00|
Halo 5: Guardians (2015-2018)
Frosty left eXcellence during the offseason, and ended up on eLevate alongside Randa, Suspector and UnLegit. He also formed the temporary team Daytona with APG, Aries and Rabid for Iron Games Daytona 2015. On December 2nd, it was announced that Frosty was joining Counter Logic Gaming alongside veteran Halo pros OGRE2, Royal2 and SnakeBite. In January, CLG replaced OGRE2 with Lethul. Frosty’s first tournament with CLG was the X Games Aspen 2016 invitational, where they were defeated by Evil Geniuses in the finals. At HWC NA Regionals, CLG dominated the event, sweeping EG in the semifinals and defeating Denial eSports 4-2 in the finals. This was Frosty’s first major tournament win. Heading into the Halo World Championship 2016 with an unprecedented scrim record of 240-31, Frosty and the Counter Logic Gaming squad looked completely dominant, and in response, were awarded the #1 seed for the event. During pool play the team played as expected, only dropping 1 game to Epsilon eSports and headed into bracket play with ease. With only a scare from an early surprise quarterfinals match again Evil Geniuses, and dropping 2 games to the young Denial eSports in the semifinals, Frosty and crew rocketed past Naded and the emotional Team Allegiance in a 4-0 fashion, proving his worth once again on Counter Logic Gaming and securing the $1,000,000 1st place prize at the Halo World Championship.
Following Worlds, CLG were the first team to qualify for the Summer 2016 Pro League. Posting a 13-1 record, with their only loss being to Enigma6 Group, CLG went into the Season Finals as the #1 seed. They went 3-0 at the event, taking 1st place after defeating Enigma6 in the finals.
On September 14, the first day of the Fall 2016 Pro League, the CLG roster was acquired by OpTic Gaming. After early losses to Evil Geniuses and Team EnVyUs in the season, the OpTic roster showed that it was still the team to beat on LAN by winning its fourth straight event – HCS Orange County 2016. A few weeks later, LethuL opted to fill in for Team EnVyUs captain Mikwen, who was unable to attend UGC St. Louis 2016 with the squad. Under the team name Truce, referencing the former bad blood between LethuL and EnVyUs member Snip3down, the roster took 1st place at the event. OpTic ended up finishing the season with an 11-3 record, good enough for 2nd place. At the Season Finals, OpTic came out strong with victories over Team Liquid and Team EnVyUs, but in the Grand Finals, it was EnVyUs that won two straight best-of-7 matches to steal the throne from OpTic.
At the first event of the Halo World Championship 2017 qualifying season, UGC St. Louis 2017, OpTic defeated Team EnVyUs in the Winners’ Finals and took out Team Liquid in the Grand Finals to reclaim 1st place. At ME Las Vegas 2017, OpTic dominated the competition, sweeping Splyce to qualify for Worlds, sweeping Str8 Rippin and defeating Team Liquid twice (4-2 and 4-1) to take 1st place and solidify themselves as the team to beat going into the biggest event of the year. At Worlds, OpTic dominated their pool to earn a top seed going into the Championship Bracket. In the bracket, OpTic swept through FAB Games eSports and Luminosity Gaming before dismantling Team Liquid 4-1 to earn a spot in the Grand Finals. In the finals, they met Team EnVyUs, who were coming off of a run from all the way back in LB Round 1. OpTic made a statement, taking a 4-0 victory and securing their second straight World Championship.
At the first event on the 2017 settings, UMG Daytona, OpTic won its pool decisively and moved onto the Championship Bracket, where they swept Evil Geniuses before winning a 3-2 series over Team Liquid. In the Winners Finals, they beat Team EnVyUs 4-2 in their first match on the new settings. Not done, EnVyUs came back through the Losers Bracket and won two straight game sevens to steal the event from OpTic’s hands. The OpTic roster returned unchanged for the Summer 2017 Pro League season. They finished in first place with a record of 6-0, their only loss coming to Team Liquid in the final week of the season. OpTic came out hot at the DreamHack Atlanta Finals, sweeping EnVyUs in the third round. In the Winners Finals, OpTic were beaten 4-1 by Splyce, the second place team from the Pro League. After handily 4-0ing EnVyUs in the Losers Finals, OpTic had a chance at redemption against Splyce in the Grand Finals. Unable to even force a second series, OpTic were beaten 4-2 and had to settle for 2nd once again.
In the Fall 2017 season, OpTic finished in second with a record of 6-1, with their single loss coming against 1st place Team EnVyUs. OpTic came out strong early at the DreamHack Denver Finals, taking out Ronin Esports and Team Liquid with little resistance. In the Winners Finals, OpTic got revenge on Splyce with a 4-2 victory. In the Grand Finals, they were met by Team Liquid, coming off dominating performances against Splyce and Team EnVyUs. OpTic were able to reverse Liquid’s momentum however, winning the series 4-1 and reclaiming their spot on top of the league.
Going into Halo World Championship 2018 season, OpTic, now the longest tenured Halo team of all time, predictably stuck together. They went into MLG Orlando as the second seed. For the first time ever, they were not only beaten in the Winners Semifinals, but in a 3-0 sweep by Team EnVyUs. OpTic steamrolled through the Elimination Bracket, sweeping Renegades and Team Reciprocity before taking out Team EnVyUs in a rematch to secure a top two finish. In the Grand Finals, OpTic’s comeback was halted by Splyce, who took out the Green Wall 4-2.
On March 8, the OpTic roster was unexpectedly released by the organization as they exited Halo. The orgless roster eventually settled on Tox as a new name. In Columbus, things started out well for Tox as they won their pool with ease, swept Str8 Rippin, and took out Orlando champions Splyce in the winners semifinals. This was followed by a win over Team Reciprocity which put them in the finals against Splyce. Splyce got their revenge, defeating Tox 4-0 and 4-1 to take their second straight event over Tox/OpTic.
|Frosty Halo 5: Guardians Tournament Results and Earnings||$577,975.00 From 27 Tournaments|
|2018-11-18||1st||Dreamhack Atlanta 2018 (Halo)||$30,000.00|
|2018-08-16||1st||HCS London 2018||$15,000.00|
|2018-07-15||2nd||HCS New Orleans Open 2018||$12,500.00|
|2018-04-15||2nd||Halo World Championship 2018||$50,000.00|
|2018-03-25||2nd||HaloWC Columbus Finals 2018||$2,500.00|
|2018-02-18||2nd||HaloWC 2018 Qualifier – MLG Orlando 2018||$2,500.00|
|2017-10-22||1st||DreamHack Denver 2017 (Halo 5)||$17,500.00|
|2017-09-27||2nd||HCS Pro League NA Fall 2017 Regular Season||$2,125.00|
|2017-07-23||2nd||DreamHack Atlanta 2017 (Halo 5)||$10,000.00|
|2017-06-22||1st||HCS Pro League NA Summer 2017 Regular Season||$2,500.00|
|2017-05-14||2nd||UMG Daytona 2017||$3,250.00|
|2017-03-26||1st||Halo World Championship 2017||$125,000.00|
|2017-03-05||1st||ME Las Vegas 2017||$5,000.00|
|2017-01-22||1st||UGC St. Louis 2017||$5,000.00|
|2016-12-11||2nd||HCS Pro League NA Fall 2016 Season Finals||$8,750.00|
|2016-11-10||2nd||HCS Pro League NA Fall 2016 Regular Season||$3,000.00|
|2016-10-09||1st||HCS Orange County 2016 (4v4)||$1,750.00|
|2016-07-31||1st||HCS Pro League NA Summer 2016 Season Finals||$18,750.00|
|2016-07-15||1st||HCS Pro League NA Summer 2016 Regular Season||$3,250.00|
|2016-03-20||1st||Halo World Championship 2016||$250,000.00|
|2016-02-21||1st||Halo World Championship Tour: Columbus||$5,000.00|
|2016-01-30||2nd||X Games Aspen 2016||$2,500.00|
|2016-01-24||1st||HaloWC 2016 – NA Qualifier Cup #5||$250.00|
|2016-01-10||1st||HaloWC 2016 – NA Qualifier Cup #3||$250.00|
|2015-11-29||1st||Go4Halo NA #27||$50.00|
|2015-11-22||1st||Go4Halo NA #26||$50.00|
|2015-11-01||1st||Iron Gaming Daytona 2015||$1,500.00|
Halo 3 (2019)
Frosty competed at DreamHack in Dallas on June 2nd, 2019 and took 2nd place in the Halo 3 tournament. Then on September 8th, he took 2nd place at the UGC Halo Classic tournament in Atlantic City.
|Frosty Halo 3 Tournament Results and Earnings||$5,000.00 From 2 Tournaments|
|2019-09-08||2nd||UGC Halo Classic Atlantic City 2019||$2,500.00|
|2019-06-02||2nd||DreamHack Dallas 2019||$2,500.00|
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 (2019)
Frosty made a name for himself in Halo where he became a two time Halo World Champion, so his decision to switch to Call of Duty was highly anticipated. Frosty joined the org Enigma6 Group, which has a history of picking up new talent such as Dashy, Decemate, and ABeZy. Frosty joined the team to play alongside General, KiSMET, Diabolic, and Kade. This team was performing decently online, but it seemed that Frosty needed some time to adapt to CoD. At their first LAN event, the team added Sender as a coach, but still struggled only placing top 32 at the CWL Las Vegas Open. This was very disappointing, but was just good enough to qualify for the CWL Pro League Qualifier. Ahead of the qualifier, the team began showing improvements online including winning a ProDown tournament. At the CWL Pro League Qualifier, Enigma6 Group showed improvements by going 5-1 and topping their pool with the young talents Frosty and KiSMET showing off. In the CWL Pro League, Enigma6 Group went 3-4 in their first two weeks and seeking to improve before the next event, the team dropped Kade for Chino. This change seemed to help as the team rallied to a top 6 at CWL Fort Worth. Back in the CWL Pro League, the team despite playing well at Fort Worth, went 0-4 and decided to drop Chino and Diabolic for GodRx and Jetli. This change did not seem to help at CWL London as the team placed in the top 16. In the CWL Pro League the team saw improvements going only 2-5, but four of those losses cam in close game 5s series. At CWL Anaheim, GodRx went off and carried Enigma6 Group to another top 6 placement. Unable to get past top 6, the team decided to make a change and controversially decided to drop Frosty. This left Frosty scrambling for a team to close the year and he ended up on Midnight Esports to team with Parasite, LlamaGod, Royalty, and Zaptius with Saint as the coach. In the last week of the CWL Pro League Midnight Esports went a surprising 3-1 and Frosty emerged as a top slayer for the team. At the CWL Pro League Playoffs Play-In, Midnight Esports managed to reverse sweep elevate, but lost to Luminosity Gaming and missed out on the CWL Pro League Playoffs.
|Frosty COD: Black Ops 4 Tournament Results and Earnings||$27,875.00 From 5 Tournaments|
|2019-08-18||17th-24th||CWL Championship 2019||$3,000.00|
|2019-07-05||9th-10th||CWL Pro League 2019||$14,875.00|
|2019-07-05||11th||CWL Pro League 2019 Player Bonuses||$4,000.00|
|2019-06-16||5th-6th||CWL Anaheim 2019||$3,000.00|
|2019-03-17||5th-6th||CWL Fort Worth 2019||$3,000.00|
Frosty COD Modern Warfare History (2020)
On December 2nd, 2019, Frosty announced that he signed with the Florida Mutineers for the 2020 Season of the Call of Duty League. On September 7th, 2020 he left the Florida Mutineers and they thanked him for playing for the first year of the COD League.
|Frosty COD: Modern Warfare Tournament Results and Earnings||$16,000.00 From 2 Tournament|
|2020-06-14||1st||CDL 2020 Week 9 – Minnesota||$10,000.00|
|2020-02-23||2nd||CDL 2020 Week 3 – Atlanta||$6,000.00|
Frosty Halo Infinite History (2021)
On October 2nd, 2020, Frosty announced that he signed with the Sentinels for the 2021 Season of the Halo Esports.