Enable
Ian Wyatt 
United States
Team Kaliber
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.
ANALYSIS
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.
ANALYSIS
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.
ANALYSIS
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.
ANALYSIS
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.
ANALYSIS
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.
ANALYSIS
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.
Falters in coordinating with team
May 17, 2018
Enable got caught out in a 3-2 loss to Red Reserve with a 74/77 KD on Wednesday of the CWL Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Enable still has some room for improvement. Playing his normal support role, Enable was able to bait and hold spawns for his team, but he lacked coordination. This was best seen in Search & Destroy rounds where Enable often pushed too far out from his teammates. This forced his team in some precarious and unwinnable situations, such as in Game 6 of Round 2 Search & Destroy. Enable would carry the bomb for his team, only to try to push out and engage Red Reserve where he quickly got picked, dropping the bomb on Red Reserve's side of the field. Enable closed Round 2 Search & Destroy with a 2/8 KD.
Strictly support in win
May 16, 2018
Enable played a support role in the 3-2 win over Echo Fox, on the first day of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Enable was hardly ever at the front lines of this close win for Team Kaliber. That does not mean he was bad, however. He just fell into a more support role in the win. Round 1 and Round 4 Hardpoint saw him have a sub-1.00 KD in each round, but he put together quality performances on the objective in each, including a whopping 1:27 in the fourth round. Round 2 and Round 5 Search & Destroy saw him give solid support to Kenny, who did the heavy lifting in each round. Round 3 Capture the Flag saw him get their first flag cap, and provide quality defense as they held Echo Fox to two flag caps in the loss. He was not the highlight of the match, but his play certainly helped them squeak out a win.
Joining Team Kaliber
May 8, 2018
Enable will join Team Kaliber, the organization relayed on Monday.
ANALYSIS
The loss of Methodz opened the door for Enable to join Team Kaliber, marking the third team change for the former FaZe Clan member since the start of Call of Duty: World War II. Where that leaves Lightning Pandaz remains to be seen, but it's a positive move for Enable, who continues to be one of the more reliable AR presences in the game. While Methodz likely gave Team Kaliber higher potential down the line, it's certainly not a bad move to acquire Enable given the situation.
Inconsistent showing in loss
April 21, 2018
Enable struggled with inconsistency from the beginning to the end of the 3-2 loss to FaZe Clan on the second day of CWL Seattle.
ANALYSIS
Enable had his ups and downs in this match, though Round 1 Hardpoint was basically all downs. The combination of Priestah, Replays, and ZooMa was overwhelming, and Enable could do nothing to stop it. He went 20/25 in the round. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw him put together an under the radar support performance in the win, as Goonjar shouldered the load for Lightning Pandaz. Enable had a hot start in both Round 3 Capture the Flag and Round 4 Hardpoint. The former saw him hit double digits before the first half ended, and the latter saw him hit nine kills before either team hit 60 points. Round 5 Search & Destroy was a struggle for him and his team, however, as they won just a single game.
Aligns with Lightning Pandaz, can't qualify for Stage 1 relegation
April 16, 2018
Enable will join Lightning Pandaz, the organization confirmed over the weekend.
ANALYSIS
The move to acquire Enable, who was released from Evil Geniuses over the week, was an obvious trade up from Censor, who left for compLexity Gaming around the same time. However the acquisition certainly didn't seem to help during the Stage 1 relegation qualifier, as Lightining Pandaz ended up in 5th-6th place - four spots short of earning a shot at participating in Stage 2. It's certainly a disappointing result for a team that prior to this weekend, was routinely placing in the top-20, if not higher, at CWL sanctioned open events. Should Enable stay on Lightning Pandaz for the majority of the second half of the season, it seems likely the team could be a dark horse candidate to make a run at a top-10 finish at the Call of Duty World Championships in August, but the team will need to fight through another online qualifier in order for them to make the final tournament.
Announces restricted free agency
April 12, 2018
Enable announced he has entered free agency, the slayer relayed on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
Many expected Evil Geniuses would make potential roster changes, as the team has failed to perform up to expectations since coming together prior to Call of Duty: World War II. It's unclear who Evil Geniuses plan to pick up to replace Enable, but the former FaZe Clan leader figures to have a major market in the ensuing days.
One good round in loss
March 30, 2018
Enable had a single good round in the 3-1 loss to OpTic Gaming on Day 1 of the CWL Birmingham Open.
ANALYSIS
Round 3 Capture the Flag, EG's only round win, housed a great performance from Enable. He was on fire early, leading them out of the gate and finishing with a 23/10 KD in the round. He also made quite a few strong defensive plays, and had both of their flag caps. He was the catalyst for them, and he was their driving force to avoid the sweep. The rest of his performance was subpar, however. He was wildly outslayed in each Hardpoint round (Round 1 and Round 4) struggling to run with a dominant OpTic team. He was a nonfactor in the 6-0 loss in Round 2 Search & Destroy, as one would imagine. It is hard to make an impact when you cannot win a game in the round.
Up and down performance in loss
March 22, 2018
Enable struggled to stay consistent in the 3-1 loss to Splyce on Day 2 of Week 4 of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
ANALYSIS
Round 1 Hardpoint was their sole round win, but it was not the best round for Enable. He struggled to slay on a consistent basis, finishing 31/35. He did, however, counteract that with a strong 1:17 on the objective. He was a solid contributor in Round 2 Search & Destroy, being a second-fiddle behind Aches, despite losing in 11 games. His Round 3 Capture the Flag was disastrous, however. He went 8/18, and was never able to keep with Splyce, especially in their strong second half. Round 4 Hardpoint was better, as he ran out to 18 kills as they started 113-58. He paced them to a 198-106 lead, before Splyce made an epic comeback to win 250-225.
Strong respawns in loss
March 16, 2018
Enable had three excellent rounds in the 3-1 loss to FaZe Clan on Day 2 of Week 3 of CWL Pro League, Stage 1.
ANALYSIS
Round 2 Search & Destroy was bad for Enable, mostly, and was almost completely bad for Evil Geniuses. He hardly made a dent while FaZe ran out to a 5-1 lead, and simply supported NAMELESS and Aches as they forced a Game 10 with three straight wins. The rest of his game was superb, however. He had at least 21 kills in each of Round 1 Hardpoint, Round 3 Capture the Flag, and Round 4 Hardpoint. He led the lobby in kills in the third round (21) with nine of those kills coming in the early portion of the round. The team as a whole had an 11-kill streak at that point, as well as a 1-0 lead, setting the pace for an easy round win. They lost the other two rounds, but not due to him. He also led the lobby in kills in round one (38) and he sparked the comeback in round four with strong slaying, and smart uses of his Scorestreaks. He made this match much closer than it could have been, despite the 3-1 loss.
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