QwiKeR
Shea Sweeney 
United Kingdom
exceL Esports
Released from Millenium
October 11, 2017
QwiKeR has been released from Millenium and will be teaming with ShAnE, Alexx and Desire to start the new competitive season.
ANALYSIS
Millenium failed to make it out of the group stages of the 2017 Call of Duty World Championships, finishing in 17-24th place. As a result, the team opted to make a move, releasing QwiKeR only for the slayer to fall into a potentially better situation with his new roster. While the new roster likely won't make much waves on the international level, they should have enough talent on the roster to earn a spot in the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships, provided the structure remains the same from past years.
Gels with MarkyB in loss
August 10, 2017
QwiKeR stumbled in a tough loss to Splyce in Group G on Day 2 of the CWL Championships.
ANALYSIS
QwiKeR tired to muscle his way into the playoffs bracket, but Splyce were simply too might a force to break. Despite this, QwiKeR was also the standout player for Millenium, holding his team together in a rough series. Round 1 Hardpoint on Scorch saw him have an uncanny ability to break hills alongside Peatie. However, QwiKeR would also lose the series for his team with a team-kill onto Peatie when QwiKeR's Scarab killed QwiKeR worked with MarkyB to always move the ball towards the goal, making sure to cut Splyce's rallies at ball spawn before moving it towards the goal, such as in the first minute of the first half.
Traded to Millenium
June 26, 2017
QwiKeR has been traded to Millenium, the organization announced on Monday.
ANALYSIS
QwiKeR will take over for Nolson, who was moved as part of the deal. QwiKeR's fast-paced, high-octane offense should fit Millenium well given the available options. While Millenium failed to qualify for Stage 2 of the CWL Global Pro League, they still figure to have a decent shot at qualifying for Call of Duty World Championship by virtue of placing in the top-six at Europe's Last Chance Qualifier near the end of July.
Falters after hot start
June 25, 2017
QwiKeR was great in the opening rounds, but fell off in the 3-1 defeat to Fnatic that dropped eRa to the Loser's Bracket of CWL Sheffield on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
QwiKeR was key to the Round 1 Hardpoint victory. While the rest of the team struggled to shake off the cobwebs early in the match, QwiKeR was on fire. He kept his team within striking distance, and they eventually exploded and ran away with the win. He went 21/15 with 1:24 on the objective in the round. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw eRa hapless to do anything against Fnatic, and drop five games in a row before losing 6-1. Fnatic was simply a well-oiled machine. QwiKeR really struggled in a tough Round 3 Uplink that saw eRa lose 8-0. They barely sniffed the opposing team's base, and QwiKeR went 16/28. It was bad all around for eRa. Round 4 Hardpoint continued that trend, as eRa found themselves down 200-90 before they could blink. They fought back to get to 146 points, but it was not enough.
Tears apart with an SMG
June 24, 2017
QwiKeR blasts through Red Reserve on Day 1 of CWL Sheffield.
ANALYSIS
Despite being only announced a week ago, the European roster of eRa Eternity starts strong by beating Red Reserve, a victory that can largely be attributed to QwiKeR. Acting as the main slaying force behind the team, QwiKeR was able to outgun, or at least match, Red Reserve. Round 1 Hardpoint on Breakout saw QwiKeR begin a minor comeback for his team thanks to a break in second Baseball Field with his Reavtive Armor. Round 3 Uplink was QwiKeR's bigger performance as he was able to slay through Red Reserve's defense and open the map for Zerg to get a game-winning dunk.
Puts together new roster for iGame
March 24, 2017
QwiKeR will join iGame, the player announced on Friday.
ANALYSIS
Following roster locks for the upcoming CWL Global Pro League Stage 1, teams who failed to qualify for the premier tournament are shaking things up. QwiKeR will join iGame, alongside Zerg and two newcomers to the competitive scene this year, EmigrantChain and Defrag. How the new team fares in competitive situations remains to be seen, but it looks like this roster should hold strong til qualifying for Stage 2 begins in the summer.
Free Agent
Solid showing in tough loss
February 17, 2017
QwiKeR had some solid moments in the tough loss to Red Reserve that saw Team 3G blow a 2-0 round lead at CWL Paris.
ANALYSIS
Team 3G opened up their CWL Paris showing with a frustrating loss to the newly minted Red Reserve squad, getting reverse swept by the former Orbit team. QwiKeR had some nice moments in the match, however, and that started in Round 1 Hardpoint. He popped a six streak to give 3G a strong lead, getting his team to within 30 points of a victory, a victory they would achieve. He had a quiet Round 2 Search & Destroy, and Round 3 Uplink was an exciting affair that saw the slaying go back and forth. QwiKeR played a solid defensive game in the match. He turned it on in Round 4 Hardpoint, notching a big triple kill to put Team 3G in fighting distance of the Red Reserve lead. He was the best player early, but had little help from his teammates. He started off Round 5 Search & Destroy with a 0/7 KD in the first seven games, but turned it around in Game 9 with an ace. He forced a Game 11, a game they would go on to lose.
Free Agent
Big moments in big win
February 11, 2017
QwiKeR had some big moments in the sweep over The Imperial on Day 2 of MLG Atlanta. He posted a KD ratio of 56/44 in the win.
ANALYSIS
While QwiKeR was never the star, his role was key to the sweep. He had a huge kill late in Round 1 Hardpoint, ending endurAAA's nice hold of the objective, and really putting Team 3G on the homestretch towards victory. He had another key kill in Round 2 Search & Destroy, winning game three. This was extra important because 3G dropped the first two games, so he stopped the bleeding. They would go on to win the next five games. He did not have the Round 3 Uplink performance that Niall did, but he led his teammates on multiple runs and was a key bodyguard, racking up the kills en route to an easy win.
Free Agent
Late game slayer
January 29, 2017
QwiKeR couldn't compete with an 85/74 KD against eLevate on Day 4 of MLG London.
ANALYSIS
QwiKeR tried to hold his own against the slaying power of eLevate, but it proved too much to handle. eLevate's Zed and Reedy slayed hard in the early game. QwiKeR, meanwhile, found some very strong footing in the late game. Round 3 Uplink saw QwiKeR post a 31/25 KD that helped clear lanes for Niall to get some nail-biting dunks. Thanks to Niall's movements and QwiKeR's slaying, Team 3G was able to clutch out a great win in Round 3 Uplink. Round 4 Hardpoint was also incredibly close with QwiKeR pulling a 29/18 KD and a 1:13 objective time. An eight killstreak from QwiKeR gave Team 3G the momentum needed to stagger eLevate. QwiKeR called in Bombardments and Trinity Rockets to clear lanes, letting Team 3G tie with eLevate. But in the end, QwiKeR couldn't clutch the final seconds needed to score a win.
Free Agent
Nice showing despite loss
January 29, 2017
QwiKeR had a nice performance despite the disappointing 3-1 loss to Splyce that saw Team 3G's CWL London hopes vanish on championship Sunday. He posted a 81/85 KD in the loss.
ANALYSIS
QwiKeR had a well-rounded performance in Round 1 Hardpoint, despite Team 3G falling 250-195. The team as a whole struggled to stay on the objective, as Splyce had a strong game. QwiKeR was one of two members of Team 3G to have over 50 seconds on the hill -- he just did not get the support from his teammates. He continued his solid performance in Round 2 Search & Destroy, getting the final kills in game 6, and a key stop of MadCat in game seven to stop a run and keep the game even -- they would eventually win the game and the round. He continued to be a solid player in Round 3 Uplink, but he was the only Team 3G member to do much of anything -- he was consistency getting kills, but did not have the support to move forward with the drone. He was a key member of the 100-point comeback Team 3G staged in Round 4 Hardpoint, alongside Zerg. However, the comeback was quelled and Team 3G were sent home early.
Free Agent
Leads a decisive win
January 28, 2017
QwiKeR led the charge with a 56/35 KD against Aware Gaming on Day 3 of MLG London.
ANALYSIS
QwiKeR has dealt with some messy roster changes since October, but it seems that Team 3G is none the worse for wear. QwiKeR had a confident, but also close, game that capitalized on the big weakness of Aware Gaming: teamfights. The early game of Round 1 Hardpoint was viciously close as both sides traded the lead within ten points of each other. But as Team 3G found themselves grouping on the Hardpoint, suddenly they were running away with the game. Scoring a KD and a five streak let Team 3G break Aware Gaming. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw QwiKeR outfox Aware Gaming several times, such as Game 5 when QwiKeR forced a gunfight on their flank when Aware Gaming left a site briefly open. Forcing teamfights seemed to be the general strategy for Team 3G. By the end, QwiKeR walked with a triple positive 9/3 KD that round. Round 3 Uplink was QwiKeR's best as he scored an outstanding 35/18 KD and three throws even though he spent most of the first half carrying the ball.
Free Agent
Forms new team
November 1, 2016
QwiKeR has formed a new team with Carbines, Colgate and Zerg, the player announced via TwitLonger on Monday.
ANALYSIS
It's unclear which banner the foursome will play under, but it seems likely changes could be made once (if) the team qualifies for the next iteration of the Call of Duty World League. Considering changes might be on the horizon for the CWL, flexibility when it comes to a roster seemed to be a clear focus for QwiKeR. This roster on paper figures to be one of the better teams in Europe, even if it's only for a brief period.
Has a rough time in loss to Splyce
September 2, 2016
QwiKeR had a 63/73 KD against Splyce.
ANALYSIS
HyperGames had a rough go of it against Splyce, and QwiKeR was no exception. He had a rough start, ending Round 1 Hardpoint with a lobby-low 50 seconds of Hardpoint time, as well as going 32/38; it was a round to forget, mostly. QwiKeR had a nice double kill in Round 2 Search & Destroy, which saw him team get a little run of momentum afterwards; however, it would not last, and they would go on to lose the round. He had a better performance in Round 3 Uplink, although the round was over within the first two minutes, when Splyce went up by double digits. Although HyperGames was sent to the losers bracket, QwiKeR put up a respectable 24 kills and two throw-ins. Overall, the entire match was unmemorable for QwiKeR and HyperGames, and they will look to bounce back in the losers bracket.
Plays a solid team game despite loss
July 17, 2016
QwiKeR ends the loss to Millenium with a bad 49/74 KD.
ANALYSIS
QwiKeR had a great Hardpoint time in Round 1 Hardpoint, ending with 1:17. He had a great hold on MadCat in the bunker to keep his Hardpoint time ticking upwards. QwiKeR had some positive moments in Round 2 Uplink, a mode that historically sees him struggle. He had a nice interception in the first half. However, he showed his Uplink struggles in the second half, where an ill-advised throw led to an interception and a score. Braaain had an early plant in Game 3 of Round 3 Search & Destroy that forced the opposing team into action; he did the same in Game 7. QwiKeR had the sole offensive push for HyperGames, with an exciting push late in the game that saw him get to around mid-map before he, and HyperGames championship hopes, were struck down by a Tempest.