However, due to the age restrictions that were introduced at the start of the Black Ops 3 season with the CWL, he was forced to take a hiatus from professional play until he turned 18. His return to the scene coincided with the release of Call of Duty: WWII and he joined a promising Team Kaliber squad that ended up exceeding everyone’s expectations. In fact, TK won the first two majors of the CoD: WWII season, CWL Dallas and CWL New Orleans, back-to-back and established themselves as the number one team at the start of the game.
The return of TK to the top flights of competitive CoD was one that few people predicted, and the players on the team have expressed a fierce loyalty to the organization since winning Dallas. Now Kenny has gone one step further by getting an impressive new tattoo of the team’s logo on his shoulder.
TK had a disappointing 7th - 8th finish at the most recent major, CWL Atlanta, and only just about qualified for the CWL Pro League playoffs after finishing in fourth place in Division A. Following Atlanta, though, they made it clear that they now know what to do in order to get back to the top. All of the players, including Kenny, will be looking forward to getting some redemption at CWL Birmingham from March 30th - April 1st.