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22 Pro CoD Players and Personalities as Kids

We decided to take a trip down memory lane with a variety of professional Call of Duty players and personalities prior to their presence within the community.

While we see a mix of individuals on social media such as Twitter, Instagram, Twitch, and YouTube, it is not every day when you think about how these personalities were like in their early years.

With the ‘offseason’ moving at a snail’s pace between the end of Infinite Warfare and the upcoming release of CoD: WWII on November 3rd, we gathered some of the most notable players in the scene before their rise within esports.


Dillon ‘Attach’ Price

Pro Player for FaZe Clan

Call of Duty World Champion on AW with Denial

Twitter @FaZeAttach

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Ben ‘Benson’ Bowe

Professional Esports Commentator

Main CWL Host and Analyst at CoD events

Twitter @Benson_EU


Ian ‘Crimsix’ Porter

Pro Player for OpTic Gaming

Two-time CoD World Champion; has the most major LAN wins in history

Twitter @OpTic_Crimsix


Clint ‘Maven’ Evans

Professional Esports Commentator

Co-Host of the CoD World League in North America

Twitter @Maven


Brandon ‘Sharp’ Rodgers

Professional CoD Player

Has won championships since CoD: 4

Twitter @Sharp_TK


Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag

Owner of 100Thieves and Former Pro-Player

One of the most well-known players in competitive CoD history

Twitter @Nadeshot

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Ray ‘Rambo’ Lussier

Former Pro CoD Player

Currently working at Sledgehammer Games for CoD: WWII

Twitter @Rambo_nV

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Jack ‘CouRage’ Dunlop

Professional Esports Commentator

Co-Host of the CoD World League

Twitter @CourageJD

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Jeremy ‘StuDyy’ Astacio

Professional CoD Player

Reached CoD Champs 2014 Grand Final on Ghosts with Team EnVyUs

Twitter @JeremyStuD

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Doug ‘Censor’ Martin

Professional CoD Player

Has built an incredibly successful YouTube career in his time away from competition

Twitter @FaZe_Censor

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Seth ‘Scump’ Abner

Professional CoD Player for OpTic Gaming

2017 CoD World Champion; regarded as one of the best players of all time

Twitter @OpTic_Scumper

Oliver ‘Rel’ Whitfield & Phil ‘Momo’ Whitfield

Professional Esports Commentators

Both cast CoD World League events in Europe

Twitter @Ol_Whit & @PhilWhi7

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Kenneth ‘Dedo’ Dedo

Pro CoD Player for eRa Eternity

Won ESWC 2014 as part of Evil Geniuses

Twitter @Dedo

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Renato ‘Saints’ Forza

Pro Player for Luminosity Gaming

Won CWL Anaheim 2017 with LG on Infinite Warfare

Twitter @SaintsNato

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Mark ‘MarkyB’ Bryceland

Professional CoD Player for Millenium

Winner of numerous European events since Black Ops 1

Twitter @MarkyB


Tyler ‘FeLonY’ Johnson

Pro CoD Player for Rise Nation

Won the CWL Las Vegas Open with Rise on Infinite Warfare

Twitter @FeLo

James ‘Clayster’ Eubanks

Professional CoD Player for eUnited

Won CoD Champs 2015 alongside Denial Esports on AW

Twitter @Clayster

Chance ‘Maux’ Moncivaez

Pro CoD Player for Ghost Gaming

Regarded as one of the top young talents throughout all of CoD esports

Twitter @ChanceMaux

Tommy ‘ZooMaa’ Paparratto

Professional CoD Player for FaZe Clan

Multi-time major LAN Champion

Twitter @ZooMaa


Jordan ‘ProoFy’ Cannon

Professional CoD Player

Won a Gold Medal alongside OpTic Gaming at the 2014 X-Games on CoD: Ghosts

Twitter @ProoF

Mike ‘SpaceLy’ Schmale

Pro CoD Player for Ghost Gaming

Was the youngest player to ever place professionally at the age of 13 in Black Ops 1

Twitter @SpaceLy

TJ ‘TJHaLy’ Haly

Pro CoD Player for Rise Nation

Won a Bronze Medal alongside Elevate at the 2015 X-Games

Twitter @TJHaLy

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