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New Zealand
Tainted Minds
Signing on with Tainted Minds
November 8, 2017
Swiftazor will be joining Tainted Minds, the organization announced on Wednesday.
The former Mindfreak Black slayer will be returning to Tainted Minds in a not-so-shocking announcement given Tainted Minds just recently let go of Excite. Swiftazor made waves during Mindfreak Black's surprising top-16 run at 2017 Call of Duty World Championships, and should find himself in a cushy situation on one of the premier organizations in the ANZ region.
Leaving Mindfreak Black
September 5, 2017
Swiftazor will be leaving Mindfreak Black, his former teammate Hopey relayed on Wednesday.
While North America, and even at times Europe, have seen major roster moves during the Call of Duty offseason, the Australian region has largely kept out of the headlines, until this move. Swiftazor was one of the biggest names on the Mindfreak Black roster that made a surprise run into the championship portion of the 2017 Call of Duty World Championships before bowing out in the first round. As a result, he'll likely join his new team with an added layer of name recognition and should make whatever Australian team picks him up one of the better in the region.
Struggles in series defeat
August 11, 2017
Swiftazor completed Friday's 3-0 CWL Championship loss to Enigma6 with a 44/61 KD.
Swiftazor failed to break an even KD in any of the three rounds during the series. His best effort arrived in Round 1 Hardpoint, when he posted a 22/25 KD along with securing the hill for 1:48. His worst showing surfaced during Round 2 Search & Destroy, when he was held to just one kill as Mindfreak surprisingly dropped the map by a 6-0 count in what was supposed to be one of their best game types. Swiftazor rebounded slightly in Round 3 Uplink, but still managed just a 21/30 KD. His failure to draw even in any of the three rounds likely played a big role in the team's defeat and its elimination from the tournament.
Sets pace in terms of kills
August 11, 2017
Swiftazor led his team in kills when they were knocked to the losers bracket by OpTic Gaming on Friday at Call of Duty Champs 2017, as he finished with a 46/61 KD.
You could see all throughout this series that Swiftazor was doing all he could to stop OpTic from running away with this series, but it was all for naught. He rotated well enough in Round 1 Hardpoint, but FormaL seemingly was psychic in the round, as he locked down point after point with ease. Swift was again fairly strong in Round 2 Search & Destroy, finishing with a 10/6 KD, but he was just about the only one on his team doing anything in the lopsided loss. In Round 3 Uplink, you could just feel him doing far too much to try and get his team ahead of the curve. But again, his efforts alone fell on deaf ears as the Green Wall crushed Mindfreak.
Signing on with second Mindfreak team
June 1, 2017
Swiftazor will join Mindfreak Black, the organization announced on Wednesday.
Swiftazor will join Mindfreak Black as the second team under the Mindfreak banner. Alongside his teammates Hopey, Setzy and Zepa, he'll try to make its mark in the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2, starting first at CWL Anaheim.
Free Agent
Signs on with eXcellence Gaming
January 4, 2017
Swiftaz0r will join eXcellence Gaming, the organization announced on Monday.
Swiftaz0r was last seen playing with Team Orbit during Stage 1 and 2 of the ANZ Call of Duty World League, most notably posting a positive KD throughout the duration of the second stage. While Swiftaz0r was heavily rumored to be joining Mindfreak, a team widely regarded as one of the best in the region heading into the new season, he'll instead opt to play for eXcellence Gaming, a team that struggled mightily to make a dent in the scene during the Call of Duty: Black Ops III season. With the rest of the roster solidified, eXcellence Gaming will look to bounce back from their poor year in an effort to earn a spot in the upcoming Call of Duty World Championship.
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