Trei Morris 
United Kingdom
Red Reserve
Free Agent
Teaming with a new roster
September 11, 2017
Zer0 will be teaming with Rated, Joee and Joshh to begin the new competitive season.
Many assumed Zer0 could be bound for a team in North America, as rumors continued to float around that the 2016 World Championships runner-up was a potential target for a team across the pond. That clearly was not the case, but Zer0 is primed once again for a lucrative run against his global counterparts, as this is very clearly one of the better teams in all of Europe. Should all the personalities work together as one - no sure thing given the reputation of each of his teammates - Zer0 could be poised for an even better run than what he put together last season on Splyce.
Released from Splyce
September 6, 2017
Zer0 has been released from Splyce, the player announced on Wednesday.
It wasn't necessarily a surprise to see Zer0 announce his free agency, with rumors swirling that he could join a North American team in the near future. If that were the case, it would be the biggest case of European talent leaving the region in likely the history of Call of Duty, as Zer0 is a proven slayer with a championship-winning pedigree. While it's all speculation at this point, one thing is for certain: Splyce will have a hard time replacing their embattled slayer with the current crop of European free agents.
Utterly destroys the competition during Uplink
August 19, 2017
Zer0 dropped a massive KD onto Epsilon during Uplink and score an overall KD of 81/77, helping his team Splyce knock out Epsilon from the 2017 CWL Championships on Day 4.
Zer0 started out in Round 1 Hardpoint with a modest KD of 22/21, which was still positive, but his time was yet to come. Round 2 Search & Destroy was clearly Zer0's worst round with a KD of 3/8. However, Zer0's time to shine was clearly in Round 3 Uplink, where he dominated in KD with a massive number of 39/21, only three kills from being double positive that round. He'd also get a dunk onto the scoreboard that round to boot. Round 4 Hardpoint was anticlimactic in comparison, where he'd only be able to score a 13/20, a sharp contrast to Round 3. Round 5 Search & Destroy ended up being a whimper of a round for Zer0 with only a KD of 4/7, but at least his team Splyce drove those nails into the coffin of Epsilon 3-2, eliminating them from the championship running.
Struggles in elimination loss
August 12, 2017
Zer0 struggled as Splyce were eliminated from competition by getting swept by Luminosity Gaming. The match was on Day 4 of the 2017 Call of Duty World Championship.
Zer0 struggled for the entire match, even as Splyce made a comeback in Round 1 Hardpont. Splyce trailed for most of the match, but woke up once Luminosity hit the 160 mark. They made it a competitive game, and ended up losing 250-211. Zer0 had a solid objective game, spending 1:25 on the Hardpoint, but he only had 14 kills (and 19 deaths). He lagged behind his team, and ballooned his value by lapping up objective time. He was nonexistent in Round 2 Search & Destroy, a round that saw them lose 6-4. Round 3 Uplink was an utter blowout, as Splyce lost 15-3 and were never a threat. Zer0 scored a point and went 19/24, wrapping up a lackluster final performance on Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
Struggles to find path in Pool G loss
August 11, 2017
Zer0 could not put it together in the 3-1 loss to Ghost Gaming on Day 2 of the 2017 Call of Duty World Championship. They still qualified for the playoffs tomorrow, despite the loss.
Round 1 Hardpoint saw Splyce and Zer0 chase Ghost Gaming for its entirety, to no avail. They did not really come close, either, easily losing 250-163. Zer0 struggled, going 16/20 with 58 seconds on the hill. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw Zer0 set the tone. He had three quick kills to open Game 1, and they ran with that to a 6-1 round win. He also added a bomb defuse in Game 4. They fell back down to earth, losing Round 3 Uplink and Round 4 Hardpoint. Uplink was a close 4-3 game until Splyce was left in the dust, losing 8-3. Zer0 had one of his team's points, but went 19/24. He had a whopping 34 kills in Round 4 Hardpoint, but it did not stop them from blowing a lead that started from their 35-1 run to open the round.
Shakes off a poor streak
August 10, 2017
Zer0 started to light up in a win over Millenium in Group G on Day 2 of the CWL Championships.
Zer0's uneven performances since CWL Anaheim seemed to have smoothed out in this series. While still a far cry from his Stage 1 MVP performance, Zer0 seemed confident for once. Zer0 would stick to his usual positions in Round 1 Hardpoint on Scorch by posting further back from his team. This allowed him to make the picks needed to break Hardpoints, especially in the third and final set where kills became key. Zer0 slowed down by Round 3 Uplink where he was on drone control. Narrowly scrapping out a win, Zer0's smooth shots were able to cut Millenium's pushes and defense.
Struggles to rebound from old losses
August 9, 2017
Zer0 still fumbled his shots in a rough win over Team Kaliber on Day 1 of the CWL Championships.
Zer0 continues to be at a lost with his teammates as he attempts rebound from his CWL Anaheim losses. While far from doing poorly, the team's centerpiece is still Zer0 and, as such, he needs to pull more weight. Playing his normal style, Zer0 hung back and attempted to pick off Team Kaliber from afar. This largely didn't see much affect as Bance and MadCat secured most of the kills, leaving Zer0 out in the cold. However, Zer0 played excellently in Round 3 Uplink, scoring twelve of Splyce's fourteen points in a single round. His smooth movement allowed him to traverse the map quickly while he slayed. Unfortunately, Zer0 couldn't slay out himself.
A missed Uplink toss results in a heartbreaking defeat
July 31, 2017
Zer0 did decently, scoring an overall KD of 47/49, but a whiffed Uplink toss sinks Splyce's hopes of defeating rivals Luminosity Gaming on Day 1 of the Stage 2 Playoffs.
Talk about a tough break. Zer0 performed well during this series against Luminosity despite some early losses, but a ball toss failing to find its mark sunk any hopes of a comeback by Splyce. Zer0 started off well enough in Round 1 Hardpoint, scoring a break-even KD of 18/18, and he picked up the most objective control time for his team at 0:59 seconds. Even when Luminosity turned the tides against Splyce in Round 2 Search & Destroy, Zer0 went out with some dignity with a barely-negative KD of 7/8. But the worst was yet to come for Zer0 -- in the final seconds of the second half of Round 3 Uplink, it was up to Zer0 to make a game-tying toss that would've kept Splyce alive. He chucked the ball up over a building in a last-ditch attempt to score a goal, but it fell just short, resulting in Luminosity winning the round and the series 3-0. At least Zer0 got a 22/23 KD for his trouble.
Dismal performance dooms team in loss to FaZe
July 29, 2017
Zer0 finished with a disappointing 63/88 KD in the team's loser bracket loss to FaZe in the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2 Playoffs on Saturday.
It was a disappointing day overall for Splyce, but Zer0's performance has to be alarming given how great Splyce looked for large stretches of the 2017 season. His Saturday certainly started out on the right foot, as he opened up with a four killstreak en route to a pretty positive Game 1 overall. Besides posting a 29/33 KD in the opening game, he was absolutely beaming people from across the map, helping Splyce leverage critical spawning points before ultimately losing a close round. Even into Game 2 Search and Destroy, Zer0 appeared to be on point, helping his team secure a breezy round win. But the wheels fell off from there, as a dreadful Uplink performance, in which Zer0 picked up just 10 kills overall, ultimately doomed Splyce. A disappointing showing (17/24 KD) in Round 4 Hardpoint, in which Splyce tried to valiantly erase a 40 point deficit, certainly didn't help matters either.
Patches some problems
July 17, 2017
Zer0 fixes some mistakes with a 65/60 KD in a loss to eUnited on Day 3 of Group Yellow.
Zer0 managed to fix his shots from earlier today, but still struggles with his coordination. Round 1 Hardpoint on Throwback saw him drop a 35/32 KD thanks to a strong hold on the first Baseball Field. Typical for Splyce, Zer0 posted by booths and gunned down players from afar. Unfortunately, Zer0 couldn't carry that momentum into other hills as teammates trickled into points. Round 3 Uplink saw Zer0 struggle to break above even with a 22/22 KD. This was due to Splyce uncharacteristically playing defense instead of being their aggressive selves.
Desperately tries to find a fix
July 16, 2017
Zer0 gets paranoid as he struggles with a 41/56 KD in a 3-0 loss to Rise Nation on Day 3 of Group Yellow.
Zer0, Splyce's MVP, truly struggled to make his presence known this series. So much so, that he was scoring some unprecedented negative KDs. This led Zer0 to changing his targeting dot several times in the series, desperately trying to fix his game. Unfortunately, it wasn't just his shots that were off. Zer0's teamwork became frantic as early as Round 1 Hardpoint, with members of Splyce splitting off and getting picked off. The worst of it was in Round 2 Search & Destroy on Retaliation. Zer0 was left several times in a 1-vs-1 as he either stood too far back, or his teammates just left him. It wasn't just Zer0 that was off, it was all of Splyce.
Only an average performance
July 16, 2017
Splyce put on an exemplary performance against Rise Nation on Day 2 of Group Yellow, but Zer0 was the weakest link in that performance, only notching an overall KD of 61/64.
Zer0 isn't holding his team back if Splyce's 3-1 victory over Rise Nation is any indication. Still, the victory likely could have been more decisive if Zer0 pulled more weight. Zer0 started Round 1 Hardpoint with a negative KD of only 20/27, although he did post 1:22 of objective time. Splyce, as a whole, stumbled in Round 2 Search & Destroy, considering how Rise Nation beat them 6-1, but Zer0 in particular only picked up a 5/6 KD as his single bomb plant in Game 1 got handily defused by Aqua. Zer0 would redeem himself somewhat in Round 3 Uplink, where an early toss in the first half cemented Splyce's early lead, and he actually managed to score a positive KD of 21/19 that round as well. Zer0 closed out the series in Round 4 Hardpoint with a 15/12 KD, cementing what was an easy victory for Splyce that round.
Background in win
July 16, 2017
Zer0 was out of the spotlight in the 3-1 win over Red Reserve on Day 2 of Group Yellow.
Zer0 was mostly a support player in the match, starting in Round 1 Hardpoint. He went 20/29, with a little over 40 seconds on the objective -- he was nothing special in the round win that saw Splyce overcome a solid Red Reserve lead. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw Zer0 be a passenger in a 10-game loss to Red Reserve. Round 3 Uplink saw Splyce blow a 6-2 first half lead, and then win 8-6 with a last minute dunk -- Zer0 did not contribute any points, and went 22/24. Round 4 Hardpoint saw Zer0 still struggle to slay, going 20/25, but he did have a very solid 1:39 on the objective. The round was close, 250-224, so the objective time mattered -- also, he had a three piece to get his team to 250, coming up big despite an average round yet again in this tournament.
Comes up clutch in win.
July 15, 2017
Zer0 came up huge for Splyce in the 3-2 win over Red Reserve on Day 1 of Group Yellow.
Zer0 was rather inconsistent, but he came up big when it mattered the most for Splyce. He led the team in Round 1 Hardpoint, a round that Splyce won with relative comfort. He went 31/18, with five defenses and 1:12 on the objective -- it was quite an excellent round for Zer0. He notched the final kill in Game 6 of Round 2 Search & Destroy, but the round was easily in the hands of Red Reserve. Round 3 Uplink was a Splyce blow out, winning 12-2. Zer0 contributed three points, but also went a paltry 21/26 in the round. Round 4 Hardpoint was a blow out in the opposite direction, with Splyce losing 250-99. Zer0 went 16/20 in the largely noncompetitive round. Round 5 Search & Destroy saw Zer0 get just one kill, but it turned out to be the biggest kill of the match. He got the final kill in Game 9, winning the round and the match for Splyce -- he came up in an extremely clutch spot for them.
Oblivious in poor game
July 15, 2017
Zer0 loses his golden aim in a 1-3 loss to eUnited on Day 1 of Group Yellow.
Zer0, the golden boy of Splyce, couldn't do much of anything in this series. With all his teammates performing poorly, he had absolutely no room to make the big plays he's become infamous for. More than that, Zer0's sights were completely limp, failing to find kills or any game impact at all. Thanks to eUnited's aggression, Zer0 had to do the one thing he's never done: play defense. This was simply an uncharacteristic series from one of the game's best players.