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September 27, 2017
Mosh will partner with Remy, Ivy and Diabolic to start Call of Duty: World War II competitive season.
It's interesting to note that of the four, Mosh was the only player to qualify for the 2017 World Championships, at the time under Echo Fox. As a result, it's Mosh that will likely be the catalyst that pushes this roster from the mid tiers of amateur teams into the next level. Should Diabolic and Ivy play up to the level they showcased in 2016, in which the duo helped push Dream Team to a second-place finish at the 2016 CWL Stage 2 playoffs, this roster could be good enough to consistently place in the top half of tournaments.
Free Agent
Teaming with Remy
September 5, 2017
Mosh will be teaming with Remy to begin the new competitive season, the player announced earlier this week.
Mosh left Echo Fox after a dismal showing at the 2017 Call of Duty World Championships and is already well on his way to uniting another group of four to begin Call of Duty: World War II. Given the duo's amateur-level status, it's unlikely this team will be able to rope in any big names to start.
Free agent for new season
August 29, 2017
Mosh is no longer teaming with Echo Fox and will be a free agent for Call of Duty: World War II.
The free agency "announcement" highlights the lack of professionalism, but in reality Mosh is a young, capable slayer that could help an up-and-coming team in World War II. While he struggled at times during the 2017 Call of Duty World Championship with Echo Fox, there's certainly a chance Mosh could be on a solid amatuer team before the start of the new year.
Fades from Echo Fox's pushes
August 10, 2017
Mosh disappeared during a hectic loss to OpTic Gaming in Group A on Day 2 of the CWL Championships.
Echo Fox failed to qualify for playoffs due to their loss to OpTic Gaming, a series that Mosh seemed conspicuously absent from. Mosh's teammates took a hectic approach to the game, attempting to pinch, flank and ambush their way to victory. This left Mosh in charge of defense, a role Echo Fox didn't have much need for thanks to their fast style. More than that, Mosh was largely absent from his team's pushes throughout the series, along with a weak KD.
Qualifies for 2017 CoD World Champs
July 28, 2017
Mosh and Echo Fox have qualified for the 2017 Call of Duty World Championship after placing in the top eight at the North America Last Chance Qualifier.
Mosh has bounced around on a variety of different teams throughout the 2017 campaign including a previous stint with Echo Fox, as well as Most Wanted and eRa Eternity. He'll have a chance to make a name for himself in what surely will be the biggest tournament of his career.
Signs on with Most Wanted
April 14, 2017
Mosh has signed on with Most Wanted, Mike Kent of Dexerto reported on Wednesday.
Mosh left Echo Fox earlier this spring, bouncing around on a variety of different teams until landing with Most Wanted. Given that Most Wanted is also comprised of two former PNDA Gaming members in FA5TBALLA and ProFeeZy, its certainly a team brimming with talent, but it's not a guarantee that the team will qualify for Stage 2 of the CWL Global Pro League in the summer.
Breezy series for the amazing gunner
December 17, 2016
Mosh terrorized Team Kaliber on Day 1 of MLG Vegas with a 68/48 KD.
Mosh smashed Team Kaliber apart this series. Starting with an insane 36/22 KD on Round 1 Hardpoint, Mosh outgunned Team Kaliber at every turn despite a more passive team performance. Mosh and his team would back off from Hardpoints if Team Kaliber captured them. Though it gave their opponents significant time, it just couldn't compare to the way Mosh was able to hold a position. While he never went a big killstreak, he was always able to get two or three kills at a time. Mosh, following his team's lead, also played slowly and passively even as he blew up. Oddly, Mosh never used a Scorestreak that round. Mosh continued to dominate in subsequent rounds thanks to better positioning and just being an amazing shot. Mosh closed in Round 3 Uplink with a 25/21 KD and one dunk.
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