Tom Trewen 
United Kingdom
Becomes Tommey the Terminator once again
February 17, 2018
Tommey demonstrated why casters sometimes call him the Terminator as he and Splyce slaughtered Evil Geniuses to a 3-0 victory on Day 6 of the CWL Pro League Division B.
Tommey was as cold and calculated as his nickname during Round 1 Hardpoint, where he took down the members of Evil Geniuses across the map to a cool KD of 24/16 and the most hardpoint control time of his team at 1:55. The venom continued to flow from Splyce in Round 2 Search & Destroy, where Tommey's double-positive KD of 6/3 contributed to a six straight game victory that made fighting Evil Geniuses look easy. Although Tommey faltered somewhat in Round 3 Capture the Flag, going negative in KD with 16/26, he still scored the game winning flag capture in overtime, laying to rest any hopes of a comeback from Evil Geniuses.
Struggles in long-range fights
February 14, 2018
Tommey faltered in long-range fights in a tough 3-2 loss to Team EnVyUs on Day 5 of the CWL Pro League, Division B.
Tommey proved his worth to Splyce, again. His long-range AR style largely gave Splyce the room they needed to make plays, but Team EnVyUs' massive slaying mitigated most of his strengths. Some maps, like Round 1 Hardpoint and Round 4 Harpdoint, spiraled out of control because of this dynamic. Tommey simply couldn't stop Team EnVyUs when they had a suite of streaks. However, in more tactical rounds like Round 2 Search & Destroy and Round 3 Capture the Flag, Tommey was able to secure picks that gave his team massive room. For example, Tommey tore through Team EnVyUs on Round 3 by holding mid-map Statue, slaying his opponents as they staggered off of spawns.
Fails to stablize his team
February 13, 2018
Tommey tries to find stable ground for his team in a 3-0 stomp from Luminosity Gaming on Day 4 of the CWL Pro League, Division B.
Tommey played anchor for his team, but he wasn't able to withstand the storm Luminosity Gaming brought. While he found a few advantages, mainly in Round 1 Hardpoint, he couldn't stop his team from bleeding once Luminosity struck. In Round 1 Hardpoint, Tommey was able to help his team catch up to their opponents in a second Ruins Hardpoint fight. Holding close to Bell side, Tommey was able to secure his team's flanks while also holding spawns to give them a flawless rotation into the Bunker Hardpoint. With two perfect holds thanks to Tommey's positioning, Splyce was able to challenge Luminosity as equals.
Clutches up in win
February 8, 2018
Tommey combined strong slaying and clutch play in the sweep win over Epsilon to open up Thursday's CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1, matches.
Tommey's excellent play started in Round 1 Hardpoint. He went 20/14, a modest KD ratio, but accompanied that with a strong 1:33 on the objective. He was an excellent two-way player, and was a versatile one too. He slayed when needed to, and stood on the Hardpoint when needed to. He was key to their easy 250-109 win. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw him dominate. He had the final kills in Games 2 and 7, and made numerous sniper shots in the other rounds. His best shot was a double kill with one snipe to openGame 8, which put Epsilon in a terrible position. His worst slaying performance game in Round 3 Capture the Flag. He went 14/20, a sub-optimal KD ratio, but he had the biggest moment of the round. He got the last flag cap to win the round, and made a few great kills along the way. He was excellent late in the round, despite his sub-par KD ratio.
Tommey the Terminator
February 7, 2018
Despite Splyce losing 3-2 against EUnited on Tuesday in Week 3 of the CWL Pro League Stage 1, Tommey at least went out with a bang, chalking up impressive KDs.
One of the casters of the Splyce vs. EUnited matchup on Tuesday called Splyce's Tommey "Tommey the Terminator," and for good reason. Tommey wasn't quite in terminator mode during Round 1 Hardpoint, but even then he chalked up an impressive KD of 29/26 and the most hardpoint control time of his team at 1:23. Tommey earned his Terminator moniker during Round 2 Search & Destroy, where his work with the sniper rifle earned him a monstrous 11/5 KD. A tight Round 3 Capture the Flag saw Tommey get the best KD of his team at 27/23 despite his team losing the round. Tommey lived up to his moniker again this series during Round 4 Hardpoint, where he dropped a 40-plus kill bomb onto EUnited with a KD of 44/30. Sadly, Tommey ended things with a fizzle on Round 5 Search & Destroy, where he was handily put down with the rest of Splyce, only earning a KD of 2/6.
Comfortably rounds out Splyce
January 13, 2018
Tommey gelled smoothly with Splyce despite a disappointing 2-3 loss to eUnited on Day 1 of CWL New Orleans.
Tommey has easily filled the role ex-teammate Zer0 used to fill last season. In fact, Tommey has largely brought more consistency to his team thanks to his steady aim. But more surprising is how Tommey has made Splyce far more mobile than ever before. Partnering with Jurd, Tommey secured plenty of kills before making a grab for the objective in Round 1 Hardpoint and Round 3 Capture the Flag. This freed up MadCat and Bance to make a solid defense to hold spawns. Unfortunately, the thin composition allowed for an exploit. Members of eUnited took Tommey's scouting as an opportunity to hit Splyce's backline before coming for Jurd and Tommey, a kind of divide-and-conquer and hit-and-run strategy that took Splyce completely off-guard in the last half of the series.
Wears out by the end
December 11, 2017
Tommey cracked under the pressure in a 2-3 loss to Team Kaliber at the CWL Dallas grand finals.
While Tommey never made any massive misplays, the strain of traveling and a hectic weekend seemed to have certainly worn on him. Little mistakes here and there were what caused Splyce the CWL Dallas Championships. Most of these mistakes came early on in Round 1 Hardpoint and Round 2 Search and Destroy where the off-meta playstyle caught Tommey off-guard. Adjustments came in during Round 3 Capture the Flag and Round 4 Hardpoint with Tommey playing a slower and more methodical game. This proved to be a winning strategy for those two rounds since Team Kaliber thrives off of chaos on the battlefield. However, by Round 5 Search and Destroy on Sainte Marie Du Mont Tommey began to collapse. The map's tight corners and nooks allowed Team Kaliber to constantly flank Tommey, rending his assault rifle useless in close-range fights.
Coordinates smart plays with teammates
December 11, 2017
Tommey played smart in order to secure a place at the CWL Dallas Grand finals by 3-0'ing OpTic Gaming at the losers' finals.
Tommey's assault rifle never looked stronger against OpTic Gaming. In fact, Tommey seems like a perfect fit for Splyce's gameplay in the upcoming season. Fulfilling the role Zer0 had on the assault rifle, Tommey found himself beaming across the map and landing invaluable kills, such as in the second set of rotation in Round 1 Hardpoint. Not only that, but Tommey had excellent coordination with his teammates. In Round 3 Capture the Flag, Tommey sneaked into OpTic Gaming's flank, a position that left him far away from his teammates. But as soon as MadCat dropped a double kill, Tommey moved without hesitation to steal OpTic Gaming's flag and score a game-winning capture.
Very good despite loss
December 10, 2017
Tommey performed very well, but Splyce still lost 3-2 to OpTic Gaming. The Day 3 match put Splyce into CWL Dallas' losers' bracket.
Tommey was a slaying machine throughout this match, and that started right from Round 1 Hardpoint. Tommey iced the match with a six killstreak, putting his team to the 250 mark. They crushed OpTic Gaming 250-63. Tommey's worst round came in Round 2 Search & Destroy, where he could not do much of anything against OpTic Gaming as they ran through Splyce. He picked it up by carrying Splyce early on Round 3 Capture the Flag, allowing his teammates to come around after the tough previous round. He kept slaying throughout and was key in stifling the OpTic offense. Tommey was key in making Round 4 Hardpoint close, providing huge Hardpoint time to make the round close after OpTic's fast start. OpTic ended up taking the round anyway, but Tommey's strong play kept it close. He was excellent in Round 5 Search & Destroy, but, just like round four, OpTic took it regardless.
Key flag captures bring home sweep
December 10, 2017
Tommey played the objectives well in a 3-0 sweep of Ground Zero in the winners' quarterfinals at CWL Dallas.
Tommey wasn't the flashiest of players in this series, but he got the nitty gritty plays to easily bring home this win for Splyce. He made his biggest mark on the game in the Capture Flag round that locked up the game for the Europeans. Not only did he lock up two flag captures, but pulled in a 20/12 to keep Ground Zero well away from the flag in a 3-1 win that punched Splyce's ticket into the winners' semifinals.
More good than bad in win
December 9, 2017
Tommey had more than his fair share of good rounds in the 3-2 win over eUnited on Day 2 of CWL Dallas. The match was a group play match.
Tommey had a hot start to the match, scorching eUnited in Round 1 Hardpoint. He slayed all over the map, ending with 30 kills -- he was a key part in keeping eUnited suppressed while his teammates lived on the objective. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw Tommey continue to slay well, and carried Splyce through the early part of the round until MadCat helped shoulder the load later. Round 3 Capture the Flag was his worst round, and he really struggled to get anything going as eUnited notched their first win. Round 4 Hardpoint got him back on track. He was a solid slayer yet again -- despite his good play, however, eUnited was better. Round 5 Search & Destroy was a support round for Tommey, mostly because Jurd was on the top of his game.
Joins Splyce
September 19, 2017
Tommey joins Bance, MadCat and Jurd on Splyce, according to the organization's Twitter.
After Zer0's surprising departure, Splyce have quickly found their replacement in Tommey, formally of Fnatic. Fnatic had a roller-coaster season last year as the team struggled to break past Splyce and Epsilon eSports. However, Tommey was easily the most stable element on the team, but it's a questionable decision to replace Zer0, a top-tier slayer in the first half of last year's season, with Tommey, a consistent, yet unspectacular player. However, Tommey seems set to bring an element of stability to Splyce, a team that was plagued with inconsistent slaying.
Officially a free agent
September 18, 2017
Tommey will be a free agent after Fnatic officially released its roster on Monday.
Simply put, one of the premiere veterans in the scene has now hit the market, with Fnatic opting to release its entire team while it contemplates remaining in the Call of Duty scene entirely. So long as Tommey chooses to remain in the scene he should have a long list of eligible suitors, with only Red Reserve really looking like a threat entering the new competitive season.
Falls out of sync with his teammates
August 12, 2017
Tommey makes some smart plays in a 3-0 stomp from Luminosity Gaming on Day 3 of the CWL Championships.
Tommey seemed to have an idea of what to do against Luminosity Gaming. The problem was in his teamwork. The key round was in Round 2 Search & Destroy on Retaliation where Fnatic built a small lead only to choke it. Fnatic stole rounds with Tommey by holding strange angles that caught Luminosity Gaming off guard. But minor mistakes doomed Fnatic. For example, in Game 8 Tommey was able to get a pick and get away with his life. Instead of Fnatic falling back around the bomb site they planted out, Tommey and Fnatic forced a full fight and spread themselves painfully thin to fight Luminosity Gaming. And at the end, the loss meant Fnatic was knocked out of the CWL Championships.
Average in loss
August 11, 2017
Tommey did not move the needle one way or the other in the 3-1 loss on Day 3 of the 2017 Call of Duty World Championship. The loss relegated Fnatic to the Loser's Bracket.
Tommey was average in their lone win and three losses in this match. Round 1 Hardpoint was their win, and it ended up being rather close due to an impressive run at the lead when Fnatic got to the 248 mark. Tommey was fine but unspectacular, going 26/24 with 1:39 on the objective. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw Tommey not being able to run with the potent Allegiance gameplan, and Fnatic lost 6-1. Round 3 Uplink was a 9-3 loss that was never truly close. Tommey did not score, and went 23/26. He continued his middling play in Round 4 Hardpoint -- a round where Fnatic got crushed 250-103. Tommey went 26/28 with 22 seconds on the objective. He was hovering around average for the entire match.
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