Jordon General 
United States
Enigma6 Group
Dynamic offense leads to surprise win over Red Reserve
April 2, 2018
General was a key offensive weapon for Enigma6 in the 3-1 lower bracket win over Red Reserve. He finished with an 86/68 KD on Sunday during the CWL Birmingham Open.
General was a dynamic offensive player during each of the respawns - most notably during Round 1 Hardpoint where he nearly posted a double positive KD. A nine killstreak towards the end of Round 1 Hardpoint essentially pushed the game completely out of reach for his opposition, as Red Reserve was unable to claw back into the ensuing hills thanks to his streaks, while General continued to soak up the hill time, which eventually finished near the two-minute mark. It was a mundane performance from General from there out, as his teammates each popped off during the three other games to help Enigma6 pull off the upset win.
Slow out of the box
March 31, 2018
General did not have the best start to the 3-2 loss to UNILAD on Day 2 of the CWL Birmingham Open.
Round 1 Hardpoint was a slog for General, especially later on in the round. In the early stages, it was clear that General was content to sit back and soak up the Hardpoint time, while his teammates slayed around the map. While that worked for the early parts of the round, his struggles slaying propped up as UNILAD got more and more control of the Hardpoint. He ended up limping to an 18/31 KD in the round. The rest of his performance was much better, however. His Round 2 Search & Destroy performance saw him come up large, netting the final kill in the final two games of the round. He put together a stellar 26 kill performance in Round 3 Capture the Flag, stifling UNILAD's offense in the second half. He had a huge push late in Round 4 Hardpoint to get them close to a comeback -- although it was far too late -- and his Round 5 Search & Destroy performance saw him help dominate the first half of the match, as they went up 5-1. He faltered, however, as they blew that lead to lose 6-5. So, while his first round performance left a lot to be desired, he picked it up after that, despite the loss.
Unsurprisingly returns to Enigma6 Group
January 24, 2018
General will return to Enigma6 Group and field a roster for the CWL National Circuit, the organization announced on Monday.
It never made sense for General to leave Enigma6, despite his free agency announcement, which came shortly after the team failed to qualify for Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League. Given the family ties to the organization, General was always expected to return to Enigma6, which officially became the case Monday. However, the roster is a far cry from that of Infinite Warfare, when General was billed as one of the better players of the game, particularly during the World Championships in August. Alongside 2016 Dream Team standouts Diabolic and Sender, this new roster may struggle to find its way out of the brutal North American CWL National Circuit.
Free Agent
Leaves Enigma6 amid controversy
January 18, 2018
General announced on Twitter that he is leaving Enigma6 after a lackluster finish at CWL New Orleans and amidst a controversy.
Engima6 has been in dire straits the entire season with General taking most of the blame and fallout. It was only after a chaotic roster change, dramatic contract negotiations, a poor placement at CWL New Orleans, missing entry into Stage 1 by a narrow margin, and an unfolding controversy with Doug "Censor" Martin that General has finally decided to leave the organization he has helped create. While the change is certainly needed as Censor seems to be unwilling to leave Enigma6, it's still strange to see General, long the beating heart of the organization, jump ship. But for now, General will be a free agent looking to fill the role of AR. He's keeping his options open, though, as he's willing to either make his own team or join an existing one.
Some bright spots in loss
January 12, 2018
General had some bright spots, but was mostly quiet in the 3-1 loss to Rise Nation. The match was on the opening day of CWL New Orleans, during pool play.
General had a good Round 1 Hardpoint showing. He notched 31 kills -- second in the lobby and best on Enigma6 -- but that did not translate to a win. Rise Nation had a better team effort, and they pulled away about midway through the round. Round 2 Search & Destroy was similar: General got off to a hot start, and Enigma6 got out to an early lead. However, Rise Nation came back and won that round as well. He was rather quiet in Round 3 Capture the Flag, only getting 13 kills, but it was their best round by far. Their second-half offense was dangerous and efficient, as they buried Rise Nation 7-2. He was good, but his teammates carried the load so he opted for a support-based game. They could not ride that momentum into Round 4 Hardpoint, as it was a disaster on all fronts for Enigma6. The 250-35 scoreline speaks for itself, as Enigma6 took what will likely be the worst Hardpoint loss we'll see this year.
Great CTF player but weak elsewhere
December 18, 2017
General had a great performance during Round 3 Capture the Flag, but he failed to deliver elsewhere during his 1-3 loss against eUnited on Day 1 of Northern Arena.
General played it cool during Round 1 Hardpoint, where he scored 1:15 of objective control time despite going negative in KD with 19/23 before eUnited ultimately claimed the round. General had a similar performance during Round 2 Search & Destroy, where he was able to get a couple of bomb defusals, despite going negative in KD again with 6/9, helping Enigma6 claim victory that round. General's time to shine was clearly during Round 3 Capture the Flag, where he had a slaying performance of two flag captures and a momentous KD of 23/11. But ultimately General failed to deliver at the end, for in Round 4 Hardpoint he notched only an 18/25 KD and only 46 seconds of objective control time, incapable of stopping eUnited's overall victory.
Struggles in loss
December 9, 2017
General had a tough go of it as Enigma6 were swept rather easily by Team EnVyUs in Group Play on Day 2 of CWL Dallas.
Enigma6 had a really tough time, as they were swept by Team EnVyUs, and put up little resistance by doing it. General struggled immensely and had a lot of problems running with Team EnVyUs. He was rather quiet in every round, but Round 3 Capture the Flag was his worst -- he really struggled in that round. Overall, it is a match to forget for both Enigma6 as a whole and General as an individual.
Qualifies for CWL Dallas
November 30, 2017
General and the rest of Enigma6 have earned a pool play spot for CWL Dallas.
Despite a handful of positive finishes in recent online 2Ks, Enigma6 certainly hasn't earned the respect of the general public, and the offseason additions of Bevils and Decemate haven't quite splashed onto the competitive scene. That should change given the stage of CWL Dallas, and their respective Group A opponents OpTic Gaming, UNILAD, and EnVyUs, who should push them to greater heights.
Staying on team
September 22, 2017
General will be staying with Enigma6 and is expected to field a roster with entirely new teammates.
In a previous update it was reported that General would be leaving Enigma6, but instead it's expected that his teammates will be leaving the team instead. A new roster will likely do General some good given that the team regressed during the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare season.
Leaving Enigma6
September 11, 2017
In a Reddit post, General announced his leave from Enigma6 Group on Sunday.
While the post seemed more about burying former coach Sam "Fenix" Spencer than his impending free agency, the point remains that General is expected to leave an Engima6 team that seemed poised to be one of the better lineups entering Call of Duty: World War II. Given his ascension in the competitive rankings over the past couple of years, it seems likely General will be able to find a quality team to begin the new season. However his former teammates may be out of luck, as it appears the once promising roster could be crumbling apart in the wake of an active Rostermania.
Carries team, but still not enough
August 12, 2017
General completed Saturday's CWL Championship series against Ghost Gaming with a 92/79 KD.
General had a nice three-piece and a 10/2 start to Round 1 Hardpoint, but ended up finishing the round with just a 26/27 and 27 seconds of hill time. Things didn't get much better during Round 2 Search & Destroy, but Enigma6 still managed to earn the round victory to even up the series at one apiece. The team captain turned a corner in Round 3 Uplink, starting 11/2, posting a five killstreak and clearing a path for a two-point dunk from Royalty. He finished each of the final two rounds with a positive KD, but didn't receive enough support from his teammates for Engima6 to avoid elimination from the Championship by a 3-1 map score.
Slays early, fades late in steamroll victory
August 11, 2017
General completed Friday's 3-0 victory over Mindfreak Black at the CWL World Championships with a 55/48 KD.
General torched Mindfreak during Round 1 Hardpoint, starting 17/8 and earning a trinity rocket before falling just short of a bombardment. He collected a 30/18 KD along with 1:52 overall in the round, leading the team to a 1-0 lead in the series. He didn't provide many notable moments the rest of the way, finishing an even 4/4 Round 2 Search & Destroy and a 21/26 Round 3 Uplink. However, he did add a two-point dunk in Uplink and provided enough support along the way as Enigma6 rolled to a 3-0 victory to keep their Championships alive.
Destroys but team falls apart
July 29, 2017
General finished with a 96/72 KD during Saturday's 3-1 Stage 2 Playoff loss to Fnatic.
General had a pair of seven killstreaks during different points in the series, but it wasn't enough to earn a victory for Enigma6. He started things with a 38/29 KD on Round 1 Hardpoint, but spent just 28 seconds in the hill during the round. He just went even in Round 2 Search & Destroy as the team fell behind 2-0 in the series. General dominated Round 3 Uplink, doubling up his 18 deaths with 36 kills while adding five points. He disappeared during Round 4 Hardpoint, finishing just 16/19 with 1:30 of hill time in the series-deciding loss.
Guides in a rough game
July 29, 2017
General leads the pack with a 90/86 KD in a loss to eUnited on Day 1 of the Stage 2 CWL Playoffs.
General found a match for his scrappy gameplay in eUnited. Most rounds were painfully close thanks to Enigma6's map-focused tactics. Round 1 Hardpoint on Scorch saw General start with a 32/26 KD, a rock-solid score that gave Enigma6 the win. Both teams wrestled over spawns to the point that fights on the Turbine hill took place in the docking bays, a popular spawning zone, instead of the hill itself. Those few extra kills from General were essential in taking the map. However, his teammates would fail to match his speed in other rounds. On top of that, General struggled to clutch his Scorestreaks, a critical problem in Round 4 Hardpoint on Retaliation.
Solid support in win
July 9, 2017
General was not the star, but he played a solid background role in the sweep of eLevate on Day 3 of Group Blue.
General was far from the star, but he did some good things in the round. Round 1 Hardpoint was an excellent Enigma6 showing, as they ran out to a 180-54 lead. They kept it up, and took the round 250-68. General went 20/18, with 37 seconds on the objective in the round. General was again in support in Round 2 Search & Destroy, a rather close round that went 6-4 for Enigma6. He went 18/24, with three points in Round 3 Uplink, a round that was a 15-5 victory for Enigma6.
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