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Methodz, also known as Anthony Zinni, is a professional Call of Duty player.
Methodz began his Call of Duty career on COD 4: Modern Warfare for the PlayStation 3 at 11 years old. He didn’t begin competing in esports tournaments until COD: Modern Warfare 2 after he saw a tournament’s live stream on the GameBattles front page, featuring notable pro players such as ASSASS1N and Moho.
After that he became one of the youngest pro players ever at the age of 16. Methodz has been on top teams such as SoaR Gaming, FaZe Clan, Team Curse, Team Kaliber, Strictly Business, OpTic Gaming, UyU, and the Toronto Ultra. Below is a list of Methodz’ social media profiles on various platforms.
This is the official Methodz Twitch live stream.
This is a playlist of all of the official Methodz YouTube channel videos.
This is the verified Methodz Twitter feed.
This is the official Methodz Instagram feed.
Methodz Team History
Methodz began his Call of Duty career on Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare for the PlayStation 3 at 11 years old. He didn’t get esports though until Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. He saw a tournament’s live stream on the GameBattles front page, featuring notable pro players such as ASSASS1N and Moho. Then he got into esports himself and became one of the youngest pro players ever at the age of 16. Methodz has been on top teams such as SoaR Gaming, FaZe Clan, Team Curse, Team Kaliber, Strictly Business, OpTic Gaming, UyU, and the Toronto Ultra. This is the official Methodz MLG GameBattles profile page.
|2012-11-28 – 2013-05-24||SoaR Gaming|
|2013-05-24 – 2013-07-04||FaZe Clan|
|2013-07-21 – 2013-07-26||Dare Rising|
|2013-07-27 – 2013-12-08||SoaR Gaming|
|2013-12-12 – 2014-01-08||FaZe Clan|
|2014-01-12 – 2014-04-01||Curse Youth|
|2014-04-01 – 2014-04-08||Team Kaliber|
|2014-04-09 – 2014-09-22||Strictly Business|
|2014-09-22 – 2014-10-21||Aware Gaming|
|2014-10-24 – 2014-12-04||Elevate|
|2014-12-18 – 2015-01-23||SYNRGY Gaming|
|2015-02-08 – 2015-04-10||Team JusTus|
|2015-04-10 – 2015-05-23||Team Envy|
|2015-11-11 – 2015-11-24||Denial Esports|
|2015-12-02 – 2016-05-23||CLG|
|2016-06-07 – 2016-07-26||Primed|
|2016-08-01 – 2016-11-09||Most Wanted|
|2016-11-23 – 2017-08-28||Echo Fox|
|2017-11-27 – 2017-12-23||Next Threat|
|2017-12-29 – 2018-04-08||Rise Nation|
|2018-04-10 – 2018-05-06||Team Kaliber|
|2018-05-06 – 2018-10-08||OpTic Gaming|
|2018-10-08 – 2018-12-21||FaZe Clan|
|2018-12-21 – 2019-01-30||G2 Esports|
|2019-01-28 – 2019-09-02||UYU|
|2019-10-24 – Present||Toronto Ultra|
Methodz COD Modern Warfare 3 History (2012)
Methodz made his LAN debut during the COD MW3 season, winning the NJ Halo Codzilla 2012 tournament for the team vD with Scump, NaDeSHoT, and BLfire. He competed at the UMG Fort Lee tournament playing for Nova Nation and finished in 3rd place.
|Methodz COD MW3 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$450.00 From 2 Tournaments|
|2012-10-28||3rd||360icons Farewell MW3||$75.00|
|2012-05-20||1st||NJ Halo Codzilla 2012||$375.00|
Methodz COD Black Ops 2 History (2013)
Methodz started the COD Black Ops 2 season on SoaR Gaming. He placed in the top 6 at his debut event of the year at UMG Chicago. Methodz placed in the top 16 at the MLG Winter Championship 2013 Online Qualifier which was enough to qualify. He finished in the top 8 at the MLG Winter Championship . Methodz then placed in the top 12 at the 2013 Call of Duty Championship. Then, Methodz joined FaZe Clan and competed at the 2013 MLG Spring Championship and finished in the top 6. Then, he joined SoaR for the remainder of the season. Methodz continued to have consistent placings with the highlight being a 2nd place finish at the UMG Dallas tournament.
|Methodz COD Black Ops 2 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$1,550.00 From 2 Tournaments|
|2013-10-20||2nd||UMG Dallas 2013||$1,250.00|
|2013-03-17||7th – 8th||2013 MLG Winter Championship||$300.00|
Methodz COD Ghosts History (2014)
Methodz continued competing for SoaR Gaming to start the COD Ghosts esports season off. He competed at the MLG Fall Championship and finished in the top 16. Then he joined FaZe Clan again and finished in the top 8 at competing at UMG Philadelphia. After that Methodz appeared on various teams for the remainder of the season, including Curse Youth, Team Kaliber, and Strictly Business. The highlights of the end of the COD Ghosts esports season were a few victories competing in online Major League Gaming 2k Series tournaments.
|Methodz COD Ghosts Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$1,212.50 From 3 Tournaments|
|2014-04-06||1st||MLG 2K Series||$462.50|
|2014-03-16||1st||MLG 2K Series||$375.00|
|2014-02-23||2nd||MLG 5K Series||$375.00|
Methodz COD Advanced Warfare History (2015)
Methodz took a break from competing for the majority of the COD Advanced Warfare season. He did, however, compete at the UMG Orlando tournament for SYNRGY Gaming and finished in the top 6.
|Methodz COD Advanced Warfare Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$155.00 From 1 Tournament|
|2015-02-22||1st||MLG Variant 250 Series||$155.00|
Methodz COD Black Ops 3 History (2016)
Methodz returned to competing in COD esports at the beginning of the Black Ops 3 season. He joined Counter Logic Gaming and qualified for the 1st Stage of the Call of Duty World League via the Online Qualifying Tournament. During the regular season he finished in 12th place. Methodz competed at the 1st Stage Relegation tournament and were unable to qualify for the 2nd Stage of the Call of Duty World League.
Methodz competed at the MLG Anaheim tournament and placed in the top 24. Then he finished in the top 24 at the MLG Orlando tournament. He qualified for COD Champs during the Call of Duty Championship Qualifier. At the 2016 COD XP Championship he finished in the top 32.
|Methodz COD Black Ops 3 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$6,062.50 From 3 Tournaments|
|2016-09-04||17th – 32nd||2016 Call of Duty XP Championship||$3,750.00|
|2016-04-03||9th – 12th||NA CWL Stage 1 Playoffs||$2,000.00|
|2016-02-28||5th – 8th||UMG CWL $25K Challenge Variant #2||$312.50|
Methodz COD Infinite Warfare History (2017)
Methodz joined Echo Fox at the start of the COD Infinite Warfare esports season. He placed in the top 16 at the 2017 CWL Las Vegas Open tournament. He qualified for the 2017 Call of Duty World League Championship via the NA Last Chance Qualifier. Then he placed 3rd in pool play and finihsed in the top 24 overall at the 2017 COD World League Championship.
|Methodz COD Infinite Warfare Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$4,375.00 From 4 Tournaments|
|2017-08-13||17th – 24th||2017 CWL Championship||$3,125.00|
|2017-07-27||1st||2017 CWL NA Last Chance Qualifier||$750.00|
|2017-05-28||2nd||MLG 2K Series NA||$250.00|
|2017-04-30||2nd||MLG 2K Series NA||$250.00|
Methodz COD World War 2 History (2018)
Methodz teamed up with Nagafen at the beginning of the COD WW2 season and they joined the Next Threat team. They couldn’t accumulate enough pro points to qualify for pool play so they were forced to play through the open bracket at the 2018 CWL Dallas Open tournament and they finished in the top 16. Many players and analysts in the community were very impressed by the performance of Methodz in his role as an AR Slayer during the Dallas Open.
Then he competed at the 2018 CWL Northern Arena Showdown and finished in 4th place. Again, Methodz received widespread praise, especially for his performances in the respawn game modes.
OpTic Gaming announced on May 6th, 2018 via Twitter that Methodz had joined the Call of Duty roster. Then, on May 16th, 2018 Methodz was interviewed and featured on the COD World League’s YouTube channel in a series called “Behind The Controller”. The description of the video reads:
OpTic Gaming’s Anthony ‘Methodz’ Zinni has played alongside some of Call of Duty’s most prestigious names, on some of the sport’s biggest teams. After stepping away from the CWL, Methodz has returned in a big way. This is Behind the Controller Powered by Scuf Gaming.
His performances throughout the year had been very impressive. Many teams tried to sign Methodz including Echo Fox, Ground Zero, and Enigma6. He ended up choosing to join Rise Nation, alongside Loony, TJHaLy and Gunless. Methodz competed at the 2018 CWL New Orleans Open tournament and took 3rd place.
|Methodz COD WW2 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$55,125.00 From 10 Tournaments|
|2018-08-19||17th – 24th||2018 CWL Championship||$3,125.00|
|2018-07-29||7th – 8th||CWL Pro League 2018 – Stage 2||$5,625.00|
|2018-07-16||1st||CWL Pro League Challenge||$375.00|
|2018-06-17||5th – 6th||CWL Anaheim Open 2019||$2,000.00|
|2018-04-22||5th – 6th||CWL Seattle Open 2018||$2,000.00|
|2018-04-08||7th – 8th||CWL Pro League 2018 – Stage 1||$5,625.00|
|2018-04-01||3rd||CWL Birmingham Open 2018||$8,000.00|
|2018-03-11||1st||CWL Atlanta Open 2018||$20,000.00|
|2018-01-14||3rd||CWL New Orleans Open 2018||$8,000.00|
|2018-01-01||1st||NA CWL 2k Series||$375.00|
Methodz COD Black Ops 4 History (2019)
Methodz competed in the COD Black Ops 4 esports season.
Methodz COD Black Ops 4 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings
|$18,024.56 From 3 Tournaments|
|2019-08-18||17th – 24th||2019 CWL Championship||$3,000.00|
|2019-07-05||15th – 16th||CWL Pro League 2019||$11,875.00|
|2019-07-05||13th||CWL Pro League 2019 Player Bonuses||$3,000.00|
|2019-04-07||7th – 8th||WGN Championship Series 2019 Grand Finals||$149.56|
Methodz COD Modern Warfare History (2020)
Methodz joined the Toronto Ultra for the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League.
|Methodz COD Modern Warfare Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$4,000.00 From 2 Tournaments|
|2020-07-12||3rd – 4th||CDL 2020 Week 11 – New York Home Series||$2,000.00|
|2020-05-10||3rd – 4th||CDL 2020 Week 7 – Florida Home Series||$2,000.00|
Methodz COD Black Ops Cold War History (2022)
Methodz remained with the Toronto Ultra for the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League.
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Spacely, also known as Michael Schmale, is a professional Call of Duty player.
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Call of Duty: Black Ops
Spacely’s career began in 2011 when he became the youngest player to ever place pro at a Call of Duty MLG event. At just 14 years old, his team, JuKeD placed Top 16 at MLG Columbus 2011. He placed Top 16 again at MLG Anaheim 2011 and event better with a Top 8 finish at MLG Orlando 2011. His performance throughout the season earned him a a place at the MLG National Championship 2011. His team of Saint, Image, and Reck placed Top 12.
|Spacely CoD Black Ops Tournament Results and earnings||$200.00 From 1 Tournament|
|2011-10-16||8th||MLG Orlando 2011||$200.00|
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
With no MLG support in the Modern Warfare 3 season, there were few events, but Spacely placed Top 4 in two of them. At NJ Halo Codzilla 2012 he placed third with John, Saint, and MBoZe and then he placed fourth with NaDeSHoT, Apoc, and SNOWHARE at the UMG Invitational.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2
Spacely joined UNiTE Gaming and the team placed second in the first major online event of the year, Frag Cup IV, with Huhdle, Slacked, and Bobby. With Clayster replacing Bobby. the team finished second at the MLG Winter Championship 2013 and qualified for the Call of Duty Championship 2013. Unfortunately, Huhdle, Slacked, and Spacely were all under 17, so Clayster competed at the event with GunShy, ShAnE, and Tommey. Spacely joined IcoNs Evil with Huhdle, John, and TuQuick and placed Top 12 at the MLG Spring Championship 2013. Following the event, he joined FaZe Clan with Crowder, Huhdle. and Slacked and placed Top 16 at UMG Atlanta 2013, Top 4 at the MLG PAX Prime Invitational 2013, and fourth at the MLG Fall Invitational 2013 to round out the Black Ops 2 season.
|Spacely CoD Black Ops 2 Tournament Results and earnings||$3,937.50 From 3 Tournaments|
|2013-09-02||3rd-4th||PAX Prime Call of Duty Invitational||$312.50|
|2013-03-17||2nd||MLG Winter Championship 2013||$3,000.00|
|2012-12-16||2nd||Machinima Frag Cup IV||$625.00|
Call of Duty: Ghosts
FaZe Clan stuck together going in to Ghosts, but swapped out Slacked for Classic. The team placed Top 24 at the MLG Fall Championship 2013 and disbanded following the event. Spacely bounced around teams including Team Envy and ConqueR before placing fourth at UMG Philadelphia 2014 with a pickup team of SinfuL, MBoZe, and Saint. He then played with Fearless Under Fire and Team Sigma for a few online tournaments each. Spacely then joined VanQuish Gaming in an attempt to qualify for the MLG CoD League Season 2. VanQuish came up one match short in the MLG CoD League Season 2 Play-In Tournament. Again, his team disbanded but he joined Pro League team Strictly Business where they placed sixth at UGC Niagara 2014. The small amount of good luck ended there as Strictly Business finished last at the MLG X Games Invitational 2014, last in the MLG CoD League Season 2, and failed to qualify for MLG CoD League Season 3. Looking for another chance, Spacely managed to joined Radius Gaming, who had a pro league spot from the previous season. Most Wanted then signed Radius and they placed Top 8 at UMG Dallas 2014, third at UMG Nashville 2014, and then third at the MLG CoD League Season 3 Playoffs.
|Spacely CoD Ghosts Tournament Results and earnings||$3,875.00 From 4 Tournaments|
|2014-10-26||3rd||MLG CoD Ghosts League Season 3||$2,500.00|
|2014-10-12||3rd||UMG Nashville 2014||$750.00|
|2014-08-24||5th||UMG Dallas 2014||$250.00|
|2014-03-16||1st||MLG 2K Series 03-16||$375.00|
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
Spacely, Slacked, and Classic left Most Wanted but stuck together with Ricky for the first 5000 Series event of the season. The players went separate ways following the Top 8 finish and Spacely ended up competing with KiLLa, MiRx, and StuDyy at the MLG Columbus Open 2014. With KiLLa and MiRx have a Pro League spot from the previous season, the team was signed by Elevate. They placed Top 6 at UMG Orlando 2015 but disappointed in the online pro league with an eleventh placed finish. They did re-qualify for the Pro League through Relegation. Spacely was traded to Automatic Reload halfway through the season to join Burns, Anticity, and Mochila. They placed eleventh. Spacely competed in the Relegation tournament with Anticity, TcM, and StuDyy under Strictly Business but this time, Spacely failed to re-qualify. He then joined KiLLa, StuDyy, and Goonjar on XGN Competitive as a pickup team for UMG Dallas 2015. Spacely finished the season on Team JusTus with Assault, Kenny, and Envoy. This team of young guns impressed many with a Top 12 at UMG Washington DC 2015 and a Top 6 finish at the MLG World Finals 2015. With Kenny and Envoy under 18 years old. The team had to disband going into the Black Ops 3 season.
|Spacely CoD Advanced Warfare Tournament Results and earnings||$4,503.75 From 14 Tournaments|
|2015-10-18||5th-6th||MLG World Finals 2015||$2,500.00|
|2015-10-03||2nd||UMG/MLG 2K Series 10-03||$60.00|
|2015-09-06||See Note||UMG Washington D.C. 2015||$250.00|
|2015-08-30||2nd||MLG 5K Series 08-30||$135.00|
|2015-08-29||2nd||UMG/MLG 5K Series 08-29||$85.00|
|2015-06-14||1st||MLG 5K Series 06-14||$525.00|
|2015-05-09||1st||UMG/MLG 2K Series 05-09||$206.25|
|2015-04-04||3rd-4th||UMG/MLG 2K Series 04-04||$52.50|
|2015-03-14||2nd||UMG/MLG 2K Series 03-14||$101.25|
|2015-03-05||1st||MLG HP 250 Series 03-05||$135.00|
|2015-01-18||2nd||MLG 5K Series 01-18||$143.75|
|2015-01-18||1st||MLG HP 250 Series 01-18||$158.75|
|2014-12-06||3rd-4th||UMG/MLG 2K Series 12-06||$93.75|
|2014-11-22||2nd||MLG HP 250 Series 11-22||$57.50|
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3
Spacely, Crowder, John, and ProoFy joined Luminosity Gaming’s first Call of Duty roster. After failing to qualify for the Pro League at the NA CWL 2016 Stage 1 Qualifying Invitational Tournament, ProoFy was dropped for Saints and they qualified in the online qualifying tournament. Luminosity was a middle of the pack team during the season. They finished seventh in the Regular Season and then knockout in the first round of the Playoffs. NAMELESS and StuDyy joined Spacely and Saints and the team immediately improved with a Top 6 placing at the MLG Anaheim Open 2016. They finished seventh again in the Regular Season but got Top 4 at the Playoffs and then Top 6 at MLG Orlando Open 2016. The good placings would come to an end as they would finish Top 12 at the Call of Duty World League Championship 2016.
|Spacely CoD Black Ops 3 Tournament Results and earnings||$24,937.50 From 10 Tournaments|
|2016-09-04||9th-12th||Call of Duty XP Championship 2016||$7,500.00|
|2016-08-07||5th-6th||MLG Orlando 2016||$1,000.00|
|2016-07-17||3rd-4th||NA CWL Stage 2 Playoffs||$6,000.00|
|2016-06-12||5th-6th||MLG Anaheim Open 2016 (CoD:BO3)||$1,000.00|
|2016-04-03||5th-8th||NA CWL Stage 1 Playoffs||$4,000.00|
|2016-03-13||5th-8th||ESL CWL Challenge Division Tier 2 Event 2 North America||$312.50|
|2016-03-06||5th-8th||ESL CWL Challenge Division Tier 2 Event 1 North America||$312.50|
|2016-02-28||5th-8th||UMG CWL $25K Challenge Variant #2||$312.50|
|2016-02-14||2nd||UMG South Carolina 2016 (Championship Bracket)||$3,500.00|
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
Spacely was kicked from Luminosity Gaming during the off season and created his own team, Trigger Happy. The team, with ProoFy, TwiZz, and Nelson placed Top 28 at the CWL Las Vegas Open 2017. Spacely joined another team with Accuracy, Chino, and Legal. The squad would be picked up by G2 Esports but only managed a Top 28 placing at the CWL Atlanta Open, a Top 24 placing at the CWL Paris Open, and another Top 24 placing at the CWL Dallas Open. G2 dropped the team following the events. Again, Spacely was on the search for a new team. This time, he joined LlamaGod, Maux, and Lacefield on Supreme Team. The squad qualified for Stage 2 of the CWL Pro League at Relegation. They competed under BitterSweet for the CWL Anaheim Open where they placed Top 12. Following the event, the team was signed by Ghost Gaming. They failed to qualify for the pro league playoffs but made a miraculous run at the Call of Duty World League Championship 2017. Ghost Gaming topped their group of Splyce, Millenium, and Team Kaliber, and the defeated Cloud9 in the championship bracket before being knocked to losers by Team Envy. In losers, the team beat Enigma6 Group before losing to Rise Nation and earning a respectable Top 8 finish and $35,000 for the team.
|Spacely CoD Infinite Warfare Tournament Results and earnings||$11,875.00 From 2 Tournaments|
|2017-08-13||7th-8th||CWL Championship 2017||$8,750.00|
|2017-07-30||9th-12th||CWL Global Pro League 2017 – Stage 2||$3,125.00|
Call of Duty: World War 2
The team had high hopes going into the World War 2 season but were quickly shut down. At the first event of the year, the CWL 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 after another poor Top 48 placing at the CWL New Orleans Open, and competed under JuKeD for the first stage of the USA National Circuit where they placed 6th. The team was signed by PURE Gaming for the CWL Atlanta Open but failed again, placing Top 40 from the open bracket. Spacely joined Elevate with Nagafen, Mochila, and Blfire. He also joined Luminosity Gaming as a coach at this time and would remain a coach until they qualified for Champs. They placed Top 28 at the CWL Anaheim Open. The team made three changes and Spacely was joined by MajorManiak, Maux, and Proto. 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.
|Spacely CoD WW2 Tournament Results and earnings||$8,750.00 From 1 Tournament|
|2018-08-19||7th-8th||CWL Championship 2018||$8,750.00|
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
Spacely, Maux, and MajorManiak stayed together going into the new season and added Havok and Nagafen. The team announced that they would go orgless into the CWL Las Vegas Open hoping to increase their stock should they qualify for the CWL Pro League. Right before the event, Str8 Rippin signed the roster for the event only. The team placed Top 8, 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 Gen.G.
|Spacely CoD Black Ops 4 Tournament Results and earnings||$29,045.83 From 6 Tournaments|
|2019-08-18||17th-24th||CWL Championship 2019||$3,000.00|
|2019-07-21||3rd||CWL Amateur Finals 2019||$4,800.00|
|2019-07-05||3rd-4th||CWL Pro League 2019||$13,645.83|
|2019-07-05||9th||CWL Pro League 2019 Player Bonuses||$5,000.00|
|2019-06-16||4th||CWL Anaheim Open 2019||$1,600.00|
|2018-12-09||7th-8th||CWL Las Vegas Open 2018||$1,000.00|
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
Spacely did not sign with a team for the inaugural year of the Call of Duty League.
On March 2nd, 2020, Spacely joined Encrypted Gaming to compete in the Call of Duty League Challengers tournaments.
|Spacely CoD Modern Warfare Tournament Results and earnings|
|$1,250.00 From 1 Tournament|
|2020-01-26||9th-12th||CDC Minnesota Open 2020||$1,250.00|
Joshh, also known as Joshua Lee Sheppard, is a professional Call of Duty player and a professional Call of Duty coach.
This is a list of Joshh’s social media profiles on various platforms.
This is the official Joshh Twitch feed.
This is the official Joshh Twitter feed.
Joshh started playing Battlefield at the age of 11. Then, he moved onto Call of Duty. Over a year later, Joshh started playing GameBattles on PS3. Two years later, he switched to the Xbox 360 for Call of Duty: Black Ops 1. After being inspired by video footage of LAN events, Joshh decided to attend one himself and the rest is esports history.
|2011 – 2011||The Imperial|
|2012 – 2012||SK Gaming|
|2012 – 2012||TigerWare|
|2012 – 2012||apeX Razer|
|2012 – 2012||TCM Gaming|
|2013 – 2013||Nemesis Esports|
|2013 – 2013||cloud|
|2013 – 2013||InFamouS Esport|
|2013 – 2013||Prophecy|
|2013 – 2014||Team Infused|
|Apr 2014 – May 2015||Epsilon Esports|
|May 2015 – Aug 2015||Vitality Storm|
|Aug 2015 – Sep 2015||Team Infused|
|Dec 2015 – Feb 2017||Splyce|
|Mar 2017 – Aug 2017||Epsilon Esports|
|Sep 2017 – May 2018||Red Reserve|
|May 2018 – Aug 2018||Splyce|
|Nov 2018 – Mar 2019||Lightning Pandas|
|May 2019 – May 2019||Kairos Esports|
|Jun 2019 – Aug 2019||Team WaR|
|Nov 2019 – Sep 4 2020||Paris Legion|
|Sep 4 2020 – present|
Joshh COD Black Ops 2 History (2013)
|Joshh COD Black Ops 2 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$3,663.38 From 7 Tournaments|
|2013-08-11||1st||EGL 10 – Sheffield||$1,221.29|
|2013-03-31||2nd||EGL 9 – Blackpool||$570.21|
Joshh COD Ghosts History (2014)
|Joshh COD Ghosts Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$7,960.67 From 6 Tournaments|
|2014-07-27||1st||EGL 13 – Summer Open 2014||$954.96|
|2014-06-22||7th – 8th||MLG Anaheim 2014||$875.00|
|2014-05-04||1st||EGL 12 – Spring Open 2014||$1,234.06|
Joshh COD Advanced Warfare History (2015)
|Joshh COD Advanced Warfare Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$10,792.75 From 33 Tournaments|
|2015-10-31||1st||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$77.17|
|2015-10-30||3rd – 4th||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$19.28|
|2015-10-29||3rd – 4th||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$19.15|
|2015-10-04||3rd – 4th||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$18.98|
|2015-09-26||3rd – 4th||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$18.98|
|2015-09-24||2nd||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$38.14|
|2015-09-18||1st||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$77.78|
|2015-09-12||2nd||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$38.57|
|2015-09-10||3rd – 4th||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$19.32|
|2015-09-05||1st||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$75.82|
|2015-09-04||3rd – 4th||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$18.96|
|2015-08-28||1st||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$76.97|
|2015-08-22||2nd||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$39.23|
|2015-08-21||3rd – 4th||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$19.61|
|2015-08-20||2nd||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$39.20|
|2015-08-09||1st||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$77.48|
|2015-08-02||5th – 8th||Gfinity CoD Summer Championship||$625.00|
|2015-07-22||1st||Gfinity EU Pro League S1 2015 Premier||$2,626.64|
|2015-07-19||2nd||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$39.00|
|2015-07-18||1st||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$78.01|
|2015-06-28||2nd||EGO Championship Series Qualifier||$195.39|
|2015-06-18||1st||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$79.41|
|2015-06-14||2nd||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$38.83|
|2015-06-12||3rd – 4th||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$19.46|
|2015-06-11||1st||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$77.48|
|2015-06-07||1st||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$76.35|
|2015-05-31||1st||Gfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup||$76.43|
|2015-05-03||5th – 6th||ESWC Zenith 2015||$500.00|
|2015-04-11||1st||Anicend Amsterdam 5K||$795.18|
|2015-04-05||1st||Gfinity Open 1||$1,865.00|
|2015-03-01||1st||EU Regional Finals 2015||$1,250.00|
Call of Duty Black Ops 3
Joshh and his teammates were picked up by newly rebranded Splyce at the beginning of December 2015 and the team was able to qualify for the 2016 EU CWL Stage 1 Regular Season at the 2016 EU CWL Pro Division Qualifying Invitational Tournament.
This put his team in the first official European pro league and allowed him to play full time.
Splyce would finish top three in many events over the year, but was unable to take first place.
After a few roster changes, they finally were able to win Gfinity Summer Masters 2016.
This event win propelled Splyce to a historic second place performance at the 2016 Call of Duty World League Championship in September.
|Joshh COD Black Ops 3 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$83,812.50 From 9 Tournaments|
|2016-09-04||2nd||2016 Call of Duty XP Championship||$62,500.00|
|2016-07-17||3rd – 4th||EU CWL Stage 2 Playoffs||$6,000.00|
|2016-07-03||1st||Gfinity Summer Masters 2016||$2,500.00|
|2016-05-15||1st||2016 EU CWL Challenge Division Stage 2 ESL Event 1||$500.00|
|2016-05-08||2nd||ESWC Zenith 2016 COD||$2,500.00|
|2016-03-27||2nd||EU CWL Stage 1 Playoffs||$9,000.00|
|2016-03-06||3rd – 4th||EGL Open London 2016||$625.00|
|2016-02-28||3rd – 4th||ESL CWL Challenge Division Tier 2 Event 2 Europe||$125.00|
|2016-02-21||5th – 8th||ESL CWL Challenge Division Tier 2 Event 1 Europe||$62.50|
Joshh COD Infinite Warfare History (2017)
|Joshh COD Infinite Warfare Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$32,525.00 From 12 Tournaments|
|2017-08-13||9th – 12th||CWL Championship 2017||$6,250.00|
|2017-07-30||13th – 16th||CWL 2017 – Global Pro League Stage 2||$3,125.00|
|2017-06-25||1st||2017 CWL Sheffield Open||$2,500.00|
|2017-06-18||3rd||CWL 2017 – Anaheim Open||$8,000.00|
|2017-05-28||9th – 12th||CWL 2017 – Global Pro League Stage 1||$3,125.00|
|2017-04-16||1st||CWL 2017 Birmingham Open @ i60||$5,000.00|
|2017-04-02||1st||MLG GameBattles 2k Series EU||$400.00|
|2017-03-26||1st||MLG GameBattles 2k Series EU||$400.00|
|2017-02-19||5th – 6th||CWL 2017 Paris Open ESWC||$1,000.00|
|2017-02-12||7th – 8th||CWL 2017 Atlanta Open||$1,000.00|
|2017-02-05||2nd||MLG GameBattles 2k Series EU||$225.00|
|2017-01-29||2nd||CWL 2017 London Invitational||$1,500.00|
Joshh COD WW2 History (2018)
|Joshh COD WW2 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$32,312.50 From 10 Tournaments|
|2018-08-19||17th – 24th||2018 CWL Championship||$3,125.00|
|2018-07-29||13th – 14th||2018 CWL Pro League Stage 2||$3,125.00|
|2018-04-22||7th – 8th||2018 CWL Seattle Open||$1,000.00|
|2018-04-08||5th – 6th||2018 CWL Pro League Stage 1||$8,125.00|
|2018-03-11||2nd||CWL Atlanta Open 2018||$12,000.00|
|2018-01-14||4th||CWL New Orleans Open 2018||$4,000.00|
|2018-01-08||1st||EU CWL 2k series||$312.50|
|2017-12-18||2nd||EU CWL 2k series||$125.00|
|2017-11-19||1st||EU CWL 2k series||$375.00|
|2017-11-12||2nd||MLG GameBattles 2k Series EU||$125.00|
Joshh COD Black Ops 4 History (2019)
|Joshh COD Black Ops 4 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$19,100.00 From 5 Tournaments|
|2019-08-18||9th – 12th||2019 CWL Championship||$7,000.00|
|2019-07-21||2nd||CWL Amateur Finals 2019||$7,200.00|
|2019-06-16||9th – 12th||CWL Anaheim Open 2019||$400.00|
|2019-05-05||2nd||CWL London Open 2019||$2,500.00|
|2018-12-09||5th – 6th||CWL Las Vegas Open 2018||$2,000.00|
Joshh COD Modern Warfare History (2020)
Joshh announced that he joined the Paris Legion as the head coach for the Call of Duty League 2020 season. On September 4th, 2020, Joshh announced on Twitter, “I’m no longer coaching Paris Legion, after a year away from competing it made me realize how much I missed it and I’m not ready to give up on the dream of getting back into the pro league.”