Ivy
Andrew Ivers 
Canada
Free Agent
Free Agent
Not teaming with Diabolic and company
October 11, 2017
Ivy will not be teaming with Diabolic, Remy and Mosh, a roster that was announced last week.
ANALYSIS
Instead, the roster will opt to replace Ivy with Happy, formerly of Team Kaliber. Given Ivy's lack of success in 2017, in which he failed to catch on with a team that would even qualify for the 2017 World Championships, it makes some sense why the roster would instead bring on Happy. It's not a given that Ivy will find his way onto a mainstream roster to begin the new competitive season.
Free Agent
Finds new roster
September 27, 2017
Ivy will be teaming with Diabolic, Remy and Mosh for the new competitive season.
ANALYSIS
Ivy didn't have much luck during the 2017 season, having played for Renegades following a surprise season from the squad previously known as Dream Team. After that Ivy was rumored to play with Parasite at CWL Dallas before that roster fell through, and that essentially left the former TSM slayer high-and-dry for the rest of the competitive year. Now set with a new team to begin Call of Duty: World War II, Ivy will be looking to prove that he can hang in the upper echelon of the competitive landscape.
Free Agent
Teaming with Parasite
March 7, 2017
Ivy is teaming with Parasite and both players are hoping to form a roster for CWL Dallas, Parasite suggested on Monday.
ANALYSIS
Ivy most recently played with Renegades before the entire team was released after disappointing results to start the 2017 season. Ivy and Parasite have teamed on more than one occasion in the past, and at times have formed a pretty cohesive unit. Depending on who rounds out the roster, this new team could handle their own throughout the open bracket of a given competition, but likely would have a tough time qualifying for Stage 2 of the CWL.
Leaves Renegades
February 26, 2017
Ivy has been released from Renegades, the organization announced on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Ivy will join the rest of Renegades in the free agency pool as the organization announced the decision to release the team following disappointing results to start the competitive 2017 season. It appears as if Ivy will be landing on his feet, as he's rumored to be practicing with a couple of different teams in preparation for CWL Dallas.
Quiet play in loss to Team Orbit
December 4, 2016
Ivy ended the match against Team Orbit with a paltry 45/60 KD.
ANALYSIS
Ivy saw himself largely in a support role in Renegades loss to Team Orbit at Playstation Experience Invitational. Ivy ended with the second most defenses in Round 1 Hardpoint. While Renegades was not in the Hardpoint often, Ivy was a key defender when his team was. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw Renegades only win one game; while Ivy still managed three kills, Team Orbit was so in control it was hard to do much of anything. Ivy had the lone throw-in during Round 3 Uplink, as well as 23 kills, good for second on his team. Ivy, largely in a supporting role in this match, will look to build upon his third round performance in the season going forward.
Joins Renegades
September 11, 2016
Ivy has been released by eUnited and will join Renegades, ESPN's Jacob Wolf reports.
ANALYSIS
After the club jettisoned embattled veteran Killa, rumors began floating around about the possible signing of Ivy, who last played for eUnited at Call of Duty XP. Those rumors were quickly confirmed after the club announced the acquisition on Saturday. While eUnited didn't make it out of the group stages of the tournament, three of the four members did post plus-one KDs, with Ivy registering the highest of the group at 1.12. He'll likely slot in as the team's second submachine gun player.
Monster slayer in highlight series
September 2, 2016
Ivy was a slaying master, scoring an unbelievable fourteen-killstreak with a 75/50 KD against Black Forest Gaming on Day 1 of Call of Duty XP.
ANALYSIS
Ivy smashed apart Black Forest Gaming and carried his team to victory with unrelenting slaying. Ivy's most important play, and perhaps the highlight of Day 1 Call of Duty XP, was Ivy's massive fourteen-killstreak that kept snowballing on itself. Beginning with Ivy roaming around in Round 1 Hardpoint on Stronghold, Ivy quickly built up until he started to call down his streaks at his tenth kill, scoring another four with a Hellstorm and Lightning Strike. The streak ended, thankfully for Black Forest Gaming, with a kill from KraQz. But with Ivy fully streaked, he was able to call in a Cerberus to call out the Hardpoint bunker as Black Forest Gaming popped a Purifier and Kinetic Armor to contest Ivy's drone. In the following rounds, Ivy was still a powerful force with very smart plays in Round 3 Uplink, such as Ivy stalling out his dunk in the first half to force Black Forest Gaming to wrap back from ball spawn to fight for base control. Ivy ended Round 3 Uplink with a 25/19 KD and two dunks.
Tried his best, but it just wasn't enough to stop FaZe Clan
July 7, 2016
Ivy played an admirable defense with a 51/63 KD in Tuesday's match against FaZe Clan.
ANALYSIS
Ivy couldn't fend off FaZe Clan due to their aggressive attacks, but was still able to put up a fight. With nine defensive kills in Round 1 Hardpoint, Ivy tried his best to fight back on Hardpoints, but found little success. FaZe Clan was able to pull a storm of Scorestreaks on them, sending out everything from HC-XDs to Cerberuses on the defending TSM. However, Ivy performed well in Round 2 Search & Destroy where he scored a 9/8 KD, the only positive KD for TSM in that round, thanks to some aggressive pushes. Though he fought hard into Round 3 Uplink, FaZe Clan still out-played him with more frequent kills that shut down any attempts to score. Ivy ended the series with a 51/63 KD and a dunk.
Ivy: Officially joins Team SoloMid
March 31, 2016
Ivy has been signed as a starting member of Team SoloMid, the club reported Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
Ivy had been playing with Team SoloMid throughout much of the last few weeks of the Pro League season as part of a de facto tryout, but the team opted to make it official just days before the playoffs. The Canadian player made waves during Advanced Warfare, but was forced to miss the opening portion of Black Ops 3 due to new competitive rules, which restricted players from competing in the league until they were 18.