Felony
Tyler Johnson 
United States
eUnited
Fades after nice start
July 13, 2018
Felony played rather well in the early going but faded as the rounds went on in the reverse-sweep loss to OpTic Gaming on Day 3, Week 7 of CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Round 1 Hardpoint housed a very impressive comeback win for eUnited. Felony struggled in the early going, enough for it to affect his entire KD ratio (he finished 27/35), though he did some good things in support of Arcitys and Prestinni late, as they did the heavy lifting in the comeback. Round 2 Search & Destroy was his best round, by far, as he and Arcitys paced them to a 10-game win. Their ultra-aggressive style of play in the round was excellent for Felony, as he kept catching OpTic Gaming off balance. He was a big reason why they were up 2-0; however, they were totally blown out in the next three rounds to lose their 2-0 lead and the match. They lost Round 3 Capture the Flag 6-2, Round 4 Hardpoint 250-115, and Round 5 Search & Destroy 6-1, and no one on eUnited had much of a chance to stop a very motivated OpTic Gaming.
Anchors and supports Prestinni
July 11, 2018
Felony filled out his role well in a 3-1 win over UNILAD eSports on Wednesday of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Felony was the bedrock of the eUnited, slaying for his team when needed and assisting Prestinni in close-range combat to allow Clayster and Arcitys the space needed to perform. His fast pace allowed him to keep up with quick Prestinni and pressure his enemy's spawns. This was best seen in Round 4 Hardpoint where, in the final set of rotations, Felony was able to land full Scorestreaks by simply flanking his opponents. Alongside Prestinni, this allowed for a smooth pinch to break the enemy spawns and secure the final two hills.
Up and down in win
July 11, 2018
Felony had his good and bad rounds in the reverse sweep win over Rise Nation on Day 1, Week 7 of CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Felony started Round 1 Hardpoint slowly, but he was a big part in getting the round extremely close. They lost 250-232, but it would have been a much larger deficit had he not come into his own in the latter part of the round. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw him struggle again to find his footing, putting in an inconsistent showing in the nine-game loss. Round 3 Capture the Flag was one of his two best rounds, as he was their best slayer in the defensive 2-1 win. His 22 kills led the lobby, and he had one of his team's two flag caps to boot. He was a stabilizing force on the defensive side, and was a big reason why the late pushes by Rise Nation went for naught. Round 4 Hardpoint saw him fall back into an inconsistent slaying form, as he went just 23/28 in the round. He added 1:15 to the objective, which was certainly a big part of their 250-207 win, so he was not all negative in the round. Round 5 Search & Destroy was his best round by far; he dominated from start to finish, and the solid support from his teammates gave them the firepower to complete the reverse sweep.
Solid performer in win
June 7, 2018
Felony did some good things in the 3-1 win over OpTic Gaming on Day 2, Week 4 of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Felony was not perfect in this win, but he did a lot of good things to get eUnited to the finish line against OpTic Gaming, especially in the first two rounds. Round 1 Hardpoint saw him run out to a hot start, and lead them to an early lead. He faded a little, and ended the round 25/25 with 1:18 on the objective. It was a solid performance, highlighted by his early round showing. Round 2 Search & Destroy was the opposite. Felony finished the round with authority, helping eUnited run away with the round late, as they won the last four games to win the round 6-3. Round 3 Capture the Flag was a 4-2 loss, but they were wildly outslayed throughout the round. Felony was no exception, as he went just 12/20 in the loss. He put together a 29/30 KD, 1:16 objective time performance, as they ran out to an absurd 223-52 lead. They leaked Hardpoint time late, and Felony struggled down the stretch, as they won the round 250-153.
Commands his team's spawns
May 31, 2018
Felony stuck close to his team in a 3-2 win over Rise Nation on Thursday of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Felony played the support role for his team, taking charge of spawns for his team. This became an especially important task thanks to Prestinni's flanking, causing spawns to appear wildly across the map. But thanks to Felony, only Rise Nation's spawns were disrupted due to Prestinni's flanks. Not only that, he also took control of objectives against from Rise Nation by holding back with Arcitys. Between Arcitys and him, Rise Nation had an extremely difficult time taking any hill in Round 1 Hardpoint and Round 4 Hardpoint.
Lags behind the rest of eUnited
May 31, 2018
Although Felony was able to contribute where it counted, he was largely flat in a 3-1 win against Mindfreak on Wednesday of Week 3 of the CWL Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Felony did not have the best series against Mindfreak, although he was able to pull his weight when it counted to avoid being a complete liability to eUnited this series. Round 1 Hardpoint was especially rough for Felony, where he suffered a significantly negative KD with 20/28. In Round 2 Search & Destroy, he was able to pull things back a bit with a barely negative KD of 8/9, as eUnited reversed their early losses to clutch up the round in a tense Game 11. Round 3 Capture the Flag was where Felony was able to contribute the most, as he scored a flag capture to put eUnited one above Mindfreak and a KD of 16/17 to help eUnited secure another clutch. Felony lagged behind eUnited again in Round 4 Hardpoint, where he scored the fewest kills of his team with a KD of 29/32, but this turned out not to matter as the rest of his team were able to pick up the slack and score the final round win to close out the series against Mindfreak 3-1.
Seems right at home with eUnited
April 24, 2018
Despite being the newest member of the squad, Felony made some solid contributions to eUnited's 3-0 victory against Ghost Gaming in the Winners' Semifinals of CWL Seattle.
ANALYSIS
eUnited wanted Felony for a reason, and that reason became apparent during eUnited's series against Ghost Gaming. Round 1 Hardpoint demonstrated Felony's prowess and teamwork with eUnited right away, as he scored an impressive number of kills with his break-even 33/33 KD and 55 seconds of hardpoint control time. Felony didn't do so well, at least at first, in Round 2 Search & Destroy, as eUnited lost three straight games, but Felony and eUnited eventually warmed up enough to retake the round in dramatic fashion despite Felony's negative 5/7 KD. Lastly, Felony scored another break-even KD in Round 3 Capture the Flag with 18/18.
Could not reach hot start
April 22, 2018
Felony had a nice start to this match but faltered from there as eUnited were swept out of CWL Seattle on the third day of the tournament at the hands of Rise Nation in the loser's bracket final, landing in third place for the weekend.
ANALYSIS
Round 1 Hardpoint was Felony's best round, even though he died quite a bit. He had a 26/30 KD, and 1:06 on the objective, and both his kills and objective time were team-highs. Despite often succumbing to the strong slaying from Rise Nation, he was very good for eUnited and was a big reason why they led in the early stages of the match. Round 2 Search & Destroy and Round 3 Capture the Flag were different from that round, however. The second round saw him struggle to break through a strong game from Rise Nation, and the third round saw him go just 15/23 as they were eliminated from the tournament.
Aligns with eUnited
April 12, 2018
Felony will join eUnited, the organization confirmed on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
With the ever-so-subtle hints that SiLLy was expected to be released from eUnited, rumors began circulating that Felo would join the organization, a fact that was confirmed on Thursday. The former compLexity Gaming slayer should be a boost for eUnited's Search and Destroy prowess, and could open up the team's overall map pool given the up-and-down nature of SiLLy's role on the club, however its unclear how much of an improvement Felony will be in respawn game modes, particularly alongside an incredibly aggressive SMG player in Prestinni.
Potentially hitting free agency
April 10, 2018
Felony still remains under contract with compLexity Gaming, but has been allowed to look for other contract offers.
ANALYSIS
Felony will join the rest of the compLexity lineup potentially seeking other options, as the organization appears to be waffling on whether it wants to stay in competitive Call of Duty or not. Felony has gotten a bit of an extended audience against CWL Pro League teams in the past, teaming with Splyce for a week while Jurd remained abroad due to visa issues.
One great round in win
February 8, 2018
Felony struggled in the respawns, but he had a nice Search & Destroy as Splyce easily swept Epsilon to start Thursday's CWL Global Pro Leagust, Stage 1 matches.
ANALYSIS
Felony did not have the best performance in this match -- especially in the two respawn rounds -- but it did not stop Splyce from winning the round rather easily. Round 2 Search & Destroy was his best round. He, MadCat, and Tommey led the team with a three-pronged attack that Epsilon could not withstand. He only showed up on the final kill cam once (Game 4) but he was very good in the easy parts of each game. Round 1 Hardpoint and Round 3 Capture the Flag saw him play poorly, earning a sub-1.00 KD ratio in both rounds. He contributed in the first round with a solid 1:17 on the objective in the easy 250-109 win, lapping up the Hardpoint time as his teammates slayed. His biggest contribution in the third round was indeed a big one. He and Vortex sprung Tommey, leading him to the last flag cap to end the round and win it.
Takes a round to gel with Splyce
February 7, 2018
Felony predictably had issues with teamwork in Splyce's 3-2 loss to eUnited on Tuesday in Week 3 of the CWL Pro League Stage 1 .
ANALYSIS
Felony was called in as a last minute replacement for Splyce's Jurd, who couldn't make this series due to visa issues. As expected, Felony didn't quite click with the rest of Splyce's members at first, as evidenced by his abysmal Round 1 Hardpoint KD at 11/27. Felony quickly put aside any complications during Round 2 Search & Destroy, for while his KD was still negative that round at 7/8, he still managed to help Splyce win six straight games. Felony again ketpt things close during Round 3 Capture the Flag, with a barely negative KD of 23/25, helping Splyce force eUnited into overtime. Felony corrected his Hardpoint mistakes in time for Round 4 Hardpoint, which saw him go positive in KD that round with 37/34. Unfortunately, Round 5 Search & Destroy demonstrated that Felony still has work to put in with Splyce, as Splyce were almost shut out completely that round, Felony himself scoring a KD of 7/6.
Nice start to win
January 13, 2018
Felony had a nice first round in the sweep win over GGEA Blue on Day 2 of the CWL New Orleans Open.
ANALYSIS
Round 1 Hardpoint saw compLexity actually struggle to begin the round -- GGEA Blue came out strong, and they hunkered themselves down in the Hardpoint well. Felony was one of the better members of compLexity early on, and he kept them in the game with a few big holds of the objective as well. He had one that gave them a very late lead, and they rode that to a round win. He got his team off on the right foot in Round 2 Search & Destroy, finishing up Game 1 with a kill. He ended with a solid performance, as they survived an eleven kill streak by Johnny to pull it out in eleven games. Round 3 Capture the Flag was a very dominant performance for compLexity. They had full control of the map and stifled basically every offensive effort GGEA Blue put forward. Felony was fine in the round, though he did not slay particularly well (16 kills). He did have the third flag pull for compLexity, which put the game out of reach.
Links with Ground Zero
December 30, 2017
Felony will join Ground Zero, his new teammate, Parasite, announced on behalf of the organization Friday.
ANALYSIS
It's a bit of a surprise to see Felony join arms with Ground Zero given a litany of other North American teams are in need of a slayer to round out their roster, but it's clear the former Rise Nation star highlighted Parasite's team as the most reliable of the bunch. That's perhaps in large part due to Nagafen's presence, given the two teamed together for almost a year on Rise Nation. Felony is perhaps the biggest name to move during this abbreviated portion of Rostermania, but his addition likely bumps Ground Zero firmly into the tier of North American teams expected to compete for a pool play spot at Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League.
May soon be released from Rise Nation
December 29, 2017
Felony is expected to be released from Rise Nation, Mike Kent of Dexerto.com reported on Friday.
ANALYSIS
The move appears to be in conjunction with the signing of Methodz, who is expected to join Rise Nation after previously playing for Next Threat. While (former) teammate Aqua is also rumored to be traded to Echo Fox for Gunless, it doesn't appear as if Felony has a home at the moment. Two major teams - Next Threat and Enigma6 - loom large as potential landing spots for the longtime Rise Nation slayer, but it remains to be seen whether either represent a fantastic fit for Felony.
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