Ian Wyatt 
United States
100 Thieves
Teaming with 100 Thieves
September 28, 2018
Enable will join 100 Thieves, the organization relayed on Thursday.
Enable completes 100 Thieves' roster, as the organization announced in the same breath they were also signing SlasheR. The latter will obviously come with more fanfare, but for an organization set to go "all-in", you'd be hard-pressed to fine a more experienced player than Enable. Despite joining Team Kaliber midseason, the veteran slayer was a valuable player on a roster that nearly won the 2018 World Championships and at least maintained the team's success throughout the later stages of the year. Given 100 Thieves has put together arguably the most well-rounded roster in the new 5-vs-5 era, Enable as the "weakest" link is both a fair statement, and one that should instill fear into fans of any other organization in competitive Call of Duty.
Leaves Team Kaliber
August 28, 2018
Enable has announced his departure from Team Kaliber.
Following in the footsteps of both Fero and Kenny, Enable is the latest Team Kaliber member to announce his departure from the team. The moves come after tK narrowly missed out on the CWL Championship during a reset grand final loss to Evil Geniuses last weekend. While Fero and Kenny have since joined 100 Thieves, there's no word yet on where Enable will land. But with teams scrambling to construct new rosters in anticipation of the Black Ops 4 season, you can expect him to get picked up sooner rather than later.
Rallies a rough first series, but not the second series
August 19, 2018
Enable struggled to rally a win in a grueling double Grand Finals loss to Evil Geniuses, winning the first series 3-2 and losing the second series 3-0, on Championship Sunday of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championship.
Enable's veteran experience may have guided Team Kaliber to the Grand Finals, but it wasn't able to clutch the championship title. The first series saw Evil Geniuses gain an early advantage as Team Kaliber struggled to warm up in the first two maps. But by Round 3 Capture the Flag, Enable and the rest of the team woke up and slayed. Focusing more on lane fights rather than 1-vs-1 fights, Enable was able to whittle down Evil Geniuses while giving his team the mobility to flank. In Round 4 Hardpoint, Enable would be able to combine his tactics with his own slaying process, scoring a seven killstreak during the second set of rotations. However, Enable's loss in the second Round 1 Hardpoint took the wind out of Team Kaliber's sails, making them limp in the face of Evil Geniuses.
Steadily leads his team away from loss
August 19, 2018
Enable gave a steady, unremarkable game in a 3-1 win over FaZe Clan on Championship Sunday of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championship, booking their way to the Grand Finals.
Enable's veteran cool and leadership skills assisted Team Kaliber in keeping their cool in a close series. After FaZe Clan won Round 1 Hardpoint 250-149 and FaZe Clan landed a full suite of Scorestreaks in Round 2 Search & Destroy, Team Kaliber seemed doomed to lose the series. However, Enable was able to turn around the series in Game 9 of Round 2 Search & Destroy by having Kenny flank his opponents. This small play gave Team Kaliber the map win and handed Team Kaliber some much-needed momentum. After this first success, Enable organized similar flanking plays could be seen in Round 4 Hardpoint and Round 5 Search & Destroy.
Drags his feet
August 19, 2018
Enable struggled to warm up in a 3-1 loss to Evil Geniuses on Championship Sunday of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championship, falling to face FaZe Clan in the Losers Final.
Enable, like the rest of Team Kaliber, didn't seem to be fully present for this series. Not only did his shots fall flat, but he struggled to play against his opponents' strategies. Evil Geniuses played a slow game that heavily focused on spawn control, and Enable was unable to adapt as he and Team Kaliber played a frantic and scrappy game. This wasn't helped by a map vote favored Evil Geniuses as Team Kaliber failed to get a respawn round on Ardennes Forest.
Gets his team ahead
August 19, 2018
Enable built an unsurmountable lead in a 3-1 lead over eUnited on Day 4 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships, winning a spot for the Winners Finals.
Enable steadily build early leads in nearly every round that ultimately gave them the edge in a number of rounds. In Round 1 Hardpoint, Enable dropped a 5/0 KD by the end of the first hill, giving Team Kaliber a flawless first hill. Round 3 Capture the Flag saw a similar situation as Enable was able to steal the first flag capture for his team by rushing through eUnited's Scorestreaks. Both of Enable's early wins would prove the winning difference in both rounds, as Team Kaliber won Round 1 Hardpoint 223-159 and Round 3 Capture the Flag 2-1.
Gives an uneven, but strong, performance
July 30, 2018
Enable went "Dad Mode" in an uneven Grand Finals victory over Rise Nation, losing the first series 3-2 and winning the second 3-1, at the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2 Playoffs.
Enable both carried and sacked his team in tight Grand Finals against Rise Nation. The first series saw Enable struggled greatly to score an even KD, instead dropping into the double negatives in Round 1 Hardpoint and Round 3 Capture the Flag. His most notable performance that series would be in Round 5 Search & Destroy where he scored only one kill in an eleven game round. With a round that tight, Enable needed to step up beyond a single kill to help his teammates. However, he rebounded from his lackluster game in the second series. Enable scored his suite of Scorestreaks early into Round 3 Capture the Flag and was able to save his utility until the end of the round when he was able to lockdown Rise Nation.
Powered up after slow start
July 29, 2018
Enable started slow but finished strong in the 3-1 win over Rise Nation in the Winner's Bracket Final on Day 3 of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2 Playoffs.
Enable got off to a really slow start in this match - he went just 20/36 in Round 1 Hardpoint, and added just five seconds on the objective. He never got himself going in this round, and it really hurt Team Kaliber in the long run. Team Kaliber just could not catch up to Rise Nation in this round. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw Team Kaliber get on the right track, and Enable was a big part of it. He did not have a big game - he had the lowest kill total of anyone on his team - but he clutched up when it mattered. He had the final kill in Games 1, 8, and 11, the latter being the round-clinching win. Round 3 Capture the Flag saw Team Kaliber lead 2-0 into the second half, and held on to that lead as Rise Nation got quite close to tying it. He went 15/13 with two of his team's flag caps. He was a huge part of Team Kaliber taking the lead and holding the lead at the end. Round 4 Hardpoint was an absolute blowout, as Team Kaliber won 250-102. Enable, Kenny, and Accuracy were a three-headed monster that dominated from beginning to end - Team Kaliber was not even close to losing.
Laid-back support in win
July 27, 2018
Enable stayed back into a support role as Team Kaliber beat UNILAD eSports 3-1 on day 1 of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2 Playoffs.
Enable had a relatively low-key performance in this match. Round 1 Hardpoint was a rather easy win, and Enable decided to stay back, let his teammates do the bulk of the slaying, while he soaked up Hardpoint time. It certainly worked, as he added 1:16 to the objective and they won the round rather easily. He struggled to do much of anything in their easy Round 2 Search & Destroy win, but a lot of that had to do with how good his teammates were. All three of Feorcitys, Kenny, and Accuracy were excellent, and there were just not enough kills to go around. Round 3 Capture the Flag was a loss, as Team Kaliber could not get through the staunch UNILAD defenses. He went 25/32 in the round (though he had a flag cap), struggling to break through in the second half. Round 4 Hardpoint saw Enable have a more balanced game. He did not put as much time into the Hardpoint (57 seconds) but slay better than he did in the first round (19/18 KD). Overall, he was a valuable support player in this round, just in a more balanced way.
Up and down in tight loss
July 7, 2018
Enable struggled with various inconsistencies in their 3-2 loss to FaZe Clan on Day 3, Week 4 of CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
Enable started the back and forth Round 1 Hardpoint slowly, but he turned it on late. He was excellent down the stretch, and they were able to keep FaZe Clan at bay for a 250-217 win in large part due to him. He went 25/28 with 1:09 on the objective in the round, but his late-game performance overshadowed his KD ratio. He finished with double-digit kills in the Round 2 Search & Destroy loss. He was great, and he paced them to their 5-4 lead, but clutch play by Priestah and FaZe Clan undercut his strong performance. Round 3 Capture the Flag was rough for Team Kaliber. They lost 7-2, and they were never really competitive at any point. Not one member of Team Kaliber finished with more than 15 kills, and they all had 20 or more deaths - they were completely obliterated. Round 4 Hardpoint housed a great comeback from Team Kaliber. They trailed 150-70 but came roaring back to win 250-202. Accuracy and Kenny did the most of the work, with Ferocitys and Enable giving objective time and solid support behind them. Enable finished 24/28 with 1:26 on the objective, the majority of that coming late in the round. Round 5 Search & Destroy saw Enable struggle to do much slaying in the ten game loss.
Slow start, strong end to win
July 4, 2018
Enable really came on strong in the latter stages of the reverse sweep over Red Reserve on Day 1, Week 4 of CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
Team Kaliber and Enable got off to a really slow start in this match, losing both Round 1 Hardpoint and Round 2 Search & Destroy. The first round saw Red Reserve lead for the majority of the time, and Team Kaliber struggled to catch up. Enable had an okay round, going 19/20 with just 29 seconds of objective time in the loss. He was solid in the early goings of the round, but faded as it went on. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw him play worse than the previous round, as he was never able to do much of anything. They lost the first five games before rattling off three straight wins, only to lose in the ninth game to go down 2-0. Enable came out of his shell in Round 3 Capture the Flag, as Team Kaliber started their reverse sweep. He went off, notching 36 kills in the overtime win. He and Accuracy were dominant slayers in the round, and the duo helped keep the Red Reserve offense at bay, and open up the map for the offense. Round 4 Hardpoint was a close win for Team Kaliber, and Enable played a key part of it. He was strong in the latter stages, as he and Kenny got kill after kill to keep the Red Reserve pushes away and keep the objective in Team Kaliber's hands. He finished it off with a dominant Round 5 Search & Destroy performance, leading them with strong slaying and timely Scorestreak use in the eight-game win.
Gives his team an early lead
July 3, 2018
Enable secured the early game in a 3-0 sweep over Team EnVyUs on Tuesday of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
Enable's flex role turned into a valuable slaying role in the early game of each round. In Round 1 Hardpoint, for example, Enable was able to get his team a significant lead by landing a five killstreak by the second hill. The killstreak also rewarded Enable with a Glide Bomb that would find a double kill, securing full spawns for the second hill. Primarily, Round 3 Capture the Flag saw Enable put on early pressure onto Team EnVyUs, forcing them into an awkward defensive position.
Leads his team agaisnt champions
June 15, 2018
Enable confidently led his team in a 3-0 win over Rise Nation on Friday of CWL Anaheim.
Enable may not have had the best KD, but he was able to lead his team to a decisive victory thanks to his leadership. This mainly involved Enable capitalizing on Kenny's and Accuracy's strong KD to bully lanes and secure spawns. During the listen-in of Round 3 Capture the Flag, Enable made key call-outs to help his team push lanes. His leadership was even clearer in the second half of Round 3 as he was helped sustain a strong defense during a stalemate. By simply holding back in his base, he was able to watch over lanes and his team.
His Search & Destroy woes continue
May 26, 2018
Despite helping to stage an epic comeback in Search & Destroy, Enable fell short as Evil Geniuses defeated Team Kaliber 3-0 on Thursday of Week 2 of the CWL Pro League Stage 2.
Enable managed to pull his weight in Round 1 Hardpoint, notching a positive KD of 31/30. However, despite the attempt at a comeback victory, Team Kaliber still lost Round 1 by a measly five seconds. A similar situation transpired in Round 2 Search & Destroy, largely considered Enable's weakest game mode in WWII. He predictably floundered early on, but just as he started to get some momentum to push Round 2 to a Game 11, he fell with the rest of Team Kaliber in another heartbreaking close loss, ending with a negative KD of 4/7. Enable was the only one on Team Kaliber to score a positive KD in Round 3 Capture the Flag with 21/20, but his inability to score any flag captures doomed Team Kaliber to suffer another gut-wrenchingly close loss, as Evil Geniuses swept Team Kaliber in surprisingly close fashion with 3-0.
Hot start, but still swept
May 24, 2018
Enable's hot first round did not stop Team Kaliber from being swept by Team EnVyUs on Day 2, Week 2, of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 2.
Enable had an incredible start to this match, but it did not stop Team EnVyUs from sweeping Team Kaliber. Round 1 Hardpoint saw Enable finish with an incredible 30/18, as well as 1:45 on the objective. However, the depth of Team EnVyUs was strong than Team Kaliber's, and that was the story of this round, and of the entire match. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw him fall back into a more support based performance as Kenny and Fero led them to within a game of winning before they lost Games 10 and 11 to lose the round. He was solid again in Round 3 Capture the Flag, going 19/18 with a flag cap (the only one of the round) his 19 kills joint-led the lobby, and he was the only player to have over a 1.00 KD on Team Kaliber. He was good, but it was not enough to stop Team EnVyUs from eking out a close win.
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