During a wager match on Call of Duty: Ghosts, Thomas ‘TJHaLy’ Haly demonstrated his dominance with the sniper rifle on Octane Search and Destroy.
After being barred from competing since the end of Advanced Warfare due to being under the age of 18, TJHaLy has found himself back on Rise Nation in place of Brice ‘Faccento’ Faccento in preparation for CoD WWII in November.
Even as a top player throughout AW, the restriction forced him to sit out for the entirety of the Black Ops 3 and Infinite Warfare professional seasons, only able to play online tournaments and wager matches.
With ‘boots on the ground’ combat set to return after 3 years of ‘advanced movement,’ a large portion of the community has switched back to Ghosts, the last BOTG game on next generation consoles, in an attempt to hone their skills.
When matching up against Anthony ‘NAMELESS” Wheeler, Adam ‘KiLLa’ Sloss, Doug ‘Censor’ Martin and John ‘John’ Perez, TJHaLy displayed his prowess with the sniper in back-to-back rounds.
TJHaLy and the remainder of the community will be gearing up for CoD WWII, set to release on November 3rd worldwide.