Team Envy has announced that retired CoD pro and CDL analyst Tyler ‘TeeP’ Polchow has joined the esports org as a Warzone content creator and streamer.
As a pro player, TeeP enjoyed one of the longest, most consistently successful careers in top-level professional CoD. A Call of Duty World Champion with 18 Major wins to his name, he’s also known for forming half of the longest-running duo in the history of the game’s pro scene with Patrick “Aches” Price.
The signing with Envy is somewhat of a homecoming for the 28-year-old, who competed for the organization’s Call of Duty team from 2015-2016.
— TeeP (@TylerTeeP) April 5, 2021
TeeP is one of the most well-known names in the CoD scene and has been keeping busy most recently as a desk analyst for the CDL, in addition to regularly streaming.
“Tyler is a legend in the Call of Duty community, and we’re thrilled to bring him back to Envy,” Andrew Peterman, Chief Content Officer at Envy Gaming said. “He’s developed a fanbase as a competitor, host, and now content creator. It’s a perfect fit for our organization given our roots in Call of Duty and recent World Championship.”
One person who was happy to see TeeP back on Envy was the team’s founder Mike ‘hastr0’ Rufail, who tweeted out “my man is back and he’s out grinding everyone. Envy TeeP never sounded so good,” after the news broke.
My man is back and he’s out grinding everyone. Envy Teep never sounded so good.
— Mike Rufail (@hastr0) April 5, 2021
TeeP will now be streaming to his more than 600,000 followers on Twitch under the Envy brand, and will also participate in events and content series as a part of the org. He’ll also represent Envy in major Call of Duty: Warzone competitions and tournaments.
He joins Envy just as the hugely popular battle royale title from Activision celebrates its one-year anniversary, and shortly after the mode had a 1980’s version of its Verdank map supposedly leaked. Warzone seems set for a big 2021, and by the looks of it TeeP will be right there, repping Envy along the way.