fREAKAZOiD
Ryan Abadir 
United States
Free Agent
Free Agent
No longer a part of Echo Fox
January 10, 2018
fREAKAZOiD is no longer part of the Echo Fox organization, the player announced.
ANALYSIS
The 25-year-old has made it publicly known that he is no longer tied to the Echo Fox organization. At the end of 2016, the organization allowed the players to leave and find new homes, with fREAKAZOiD's contract being the last to expire. fREAKAZOiD has been seen playing for Morior Invictus and Swole Patrol in recent times alongside his brother Cooper-. He recently achieved the Legend Series North American Finals and qualified for the $25,000 Legend Cup in February. In a recent interview with dust2.us, fREAKAZOiD talked about his break and his interest to play at a higher level once again.
Stand-in for OpTic's sweep over RUSH
March 26, 2017
fREAKAZOiD posted a 36/29 KD on Tuesday in a 2-0 series win over RUSH in the ESL Pro League Season 5.
ANALYSIS
fREAKAZOiD served as a stand-in for OpTic Gaming on Tuesday against RUSH helping to a 2-0 series win. fREAKAZOiD started the day with a huge started to Game 1 defensively with a 13-2 record at the half. fREAKAZOiD contributed to several trade kills won as well as a few doubles to retake the bombsites in the first half. Though in the second was a bit of a slower start but eventually closed Game 1 16-5. However, fREAKAZOiD's performance in Game 2 started out very slow as his offense had a hard time finding the right pixel's on the RUSH defense. Though in round 9, fREAKAZOiD capitalized with a quick triple kill to eliminate RUSH pushing Long A, affecting their economy. fREAK's round 9 win crushed the economy of RUSH which allowed OpTic to take the first half 9-6. With a highly contested second half, fREAKAZOiD stayed poised contributed to the team to shut down the RUSH seven-round comeback to close Game 2 16-13. fREAKAZOiD posted a 21/18 KD with a 57.9 ADR to follow in Game 2.
Given permission to leave Echo Fox
November 16, 2016
Echo Fox has announced on its Twitter that fREAKAZOiD, along with all Echo Fox players, have been given permission to leave the team.
ANALYSIS
No concrete reasons were given for why the team has decided to let its team leave the team, but it sounds as though they want to rebuild the team from the ground up. The team has seen some lackluster results of late, which certainly has to gave factored into the decision. Rather than leave the players out to dry down the road, they are all now free to pursue other options. The former Cloud9 player shouldn't have too much trouble landing on a new team in the near future.
fREAKAZOiD: Will stand in for Team Splyce at DreamHack Austin
April 26, 2016
According to Annabelle Fische of theScore, Team Splyce has announced that fREAKAZOiD will be standing in for abE, whose previously arranged vacation plans conflict with the tournament.
ANALYSIS
Splyce wasn't initially invited to DreamHack Austin, but after some European teams dropped out due to scheduling conflicts, Splyce was one of the invited teams. The late invite precluded abE from attending, so fREAKAZOiD was asked to stand-in. In all reality this could be a great move for Splyce as fREAKAZOiD brings the experience of playing against some of the best teams in the world on a consistent basis. On top of that, he is likely a better all-around player and if he can get along with the members of Splyce, should be able to push this temporarily new team to greater heights. DreamHack Austin takes place from May 6-8.
fREAKAZOiD: Demoted to bench as Cloud9 looks to stand-ins
April 12, 2016
According to Cloud9's web site, fREAKAZOiD was demoted from the starting roster on Tuesday. Team Liquid will loan out adreN as a stand-in until a replacement can be found.
ANALYSIS
fREAKAZOiD was at the center of a verbal altercation last February where he and s1mple got into a pretty heated exchange -- all captured live on stream. A lot of fans thought that fREAKAZOiD was in fact bullying s1mple and because of this, there was a large backlash against fREAKAZOiD as he was part of a 2015 anti-bullying campaign which aired on some streams. In addition, his in-game scores have taken a dive during Cloud9's last two matches showing a disappointing -18 KD. Sources close to both fREAKAZOiD and Cloud9 say this was a mutual decision.
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