Martin Chino 
United States
Joins G2
October 25, 2018
Chino will join G2 ahead of the organization's foray back into competitive Call of Duty.
G2 will join EnVyUs teammate, Decemate, on the new G2 lineup, recreating essentially the Reckless/eRa roster as Ricky and Blazt will also team with the new club. Chino actually played under the G2 banner once prior, flaming out under the organization after a successful Black Ops III competitive season.
Free Agent
Released from Team EnVyUs
September 23, 2018
Chino is a free agent after Team EnVyUs acquired Evil Geniuses' championship-winning roster on Saturday.
Chino, Decemate and Classic will hit free agency as the organization has opted to keep Huke to build around its Evil Geniuses additions. Chino finished the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships with the highest KD on the team, securing a 1.17 figure after a 5th-6th place finish. The solid end to the season was the cherry on top of what had been a breakout campaign for Chino, as he previously succeeded under Team Kaliber before the organization opted to make a handful of mid-season changes. It'll be interesting to see whether Chino elicits a lot of organizational interest, particularly since he will have plenty of Pro Points to work with. Given the structure of the 2019 season, it wouldn't be a surprise to see all three released players sign on with another duo in order to better position themselves for CWL Las Vegas.
Steady in loss
August 18, 2018
Chino delivered a solid and consistent game in a 3-2 loss to Evil Geniuses on Day 4 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships.
Chino encountered his first real challenge of the tournament in Evil Geniuses. And although Evil Geniuses took the win, Chino took it all the way to a Game 10 of Round 5 Search & Destroy. Most of Chino's success came in the early game where Evil Geniuses' slayers struggled to step up against his team's consistent shots. This allowed Envy to slowly build leads and reliably make plays, such as in Round 2 Search & Destroy where Chino could count on his teammates covering corners. Round 3 Capture the Flag, however, saw Evil Geniuses drastically amp their slaying to the point Chino failed to compete.
Very good in win
August 18, 2018
Chino was a key part of the 3-1 win over Ghost Gaming on Day 4 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships, securing a spot in the winner's semifinal.
Chino has a lot of good to take away from this win, even in their Round 1 Hardpoint loss. His 31/27 KD gave him the only positive KD of any Team EnVyUs member in the loss. He started off the round strongly too, helping them keep pace with Ghost Gaming, but the excellent slaying from Ghost Gaming stifled them. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw him start off terribly, going kill-less through the first four games (they trailed 3-1 in those games). He had the final kill in game five, and he went off from there, putting together a strong four-game stretch to finish off the 6-3 win. Round 3 Capture the Flag saw him and Decemate lead Team EnVyUs to a win with a strong second half showing. Chino was the most consistent player on EnVyUs in that round, as he had good performances in both halves - his teammates picked it up once the second half began. Round 4 Hardpoint was more of the same for Chino, as he put together a strong game (36/28 with 52 seconds on the objective) as they won the round. Chino was great from the get-go, pacing them to the round win.
Only one iffy round in win
August 17, 2018
Chiino was good in four out of the five rounds of the reverse sweep win over FaZe Clan on Day 3 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships.
Chino had a solid first round in this win, putting together a team high 22 kills and 1:37 on the objective in Round 1 Hardpoint. They ended up losing the round, mostly because Team EnVyUs simply did not have the slaying to run with FaZe Clan in the round. Round 2 Search & Destroy was the same, as EnVyUs simply did not slay well enough to keep pace with FaZe, but this Chino found himself struggling instead of leading the pack. Round 3 Capture the Flag was the start of their turnaround, as they won three straight rounds starting from there to complete the reverse sweep. Chino was very steady in the win, going 17/13 with two flag caps in the 5-3 win. EnVyUs took control of the game in the second half, as they went into it tied at two. They dominated the map from that point on, with all four players putting together a stellar outing. Round 4 Hardpoint saw EnVyUs win easily, and Chino was a big part of that. He went 24/16 with a whopping 1:43 on the objective, playing arguably the most complete game of anyone on his team. Round 5 Search & Destroy saw Chino fall back a bit, as Decemate led them, and Huke stepped it up late, as they completed the reverse sweep with a 6-3 win.
Some good despite tough loss
August 16, 2018
Chino played rather well despite the sweep loss to UNILAD Esports on on Day 2 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships.
Chino had a decent amount of bright spots in this loss. Round 1 Hardpoint saw him play well early on, but as UNILAD began to make the deficit bigger and bigger, Chino really fell off. He finished just 19/24 in the round. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw him be the second man behind Huke, as the duo was a big part of winning five games in the eleven game loss. Round 3 Capture the Flag was his best round, as he hit 21 kills--making him the only player on Team EnVyUs to notch more than 15--and was the only player on his team to have a positive KD ratio. He was certainly good, but he had no support in the 3-0 loss.
Shifts gameplan, but lacks skill to back it up
July 5, 2018
Chino pivoted his strategy in a 3-2 loss to Red Reserve on Thursday of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
Red Reserve's emphasis on map control threw Chino off guard. And while he was able to out-muscle his opponent, Chino wasn't able to break their defenses during respawn rounds. For example, Round 4 Hardpoint on Ardennes Forest came down to a close 250-245 for Red Reserve due to teamfights. During the second Ruins hill, Chino was almost immediately pinched out by Red Reserve, despite an early scenario happening on the first East Road hill. However, Chino was able to figure out his opponent in Round 2 Search & Destroy, switching from fast aggression to slow and methodical pushes.
Attempts to lead his team to victory
July 3, 2018
Chino roared to life in a 3-0 loss to Team Kaliber on Tuesday of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
Going up against some of his old teammates, Chino needed to bring a massive game to the table. Chino was saddled with handling Team Kaliber's AR and their SMGs, but he was able to show up in a big way. Unfortunately, he needed time to warm up. Round 1 Hardpoint saw Chino lag in the double negatives for the first set of rotations. It was only after Decemate started to pressure the frontline that Chino was able to rebound from a terrible scoreline. He quickly followed up the lackluster performance in Round 2 Search & Destroy where he essentially carried his team to a Game 10. In that round, Chino had the uncanny ability to rip players off of their cover, using smooth long-range shots to pick players.
Some slaying struggles
June 29, 2018
Chino contributed to their two round wins, but did so on the objective, as Team EnVyUs fell 3-2 to Echo Fox on Day 3, Week 3 of Division A of CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
Chino did not slay well in Round 1 Hardpoint (24/34 KD), but he was certainly a key contributor to their comeback due to his strong objective time (2:14). He mopped up Hardpoint time while his teammates did the slaying, and they crept back into the round and eventually stole it out from under Echo Fox. He had the final seconds of Hardpoint time to get them that win, too, putting in a clutch shift to hold the hill and win the round. The next two rounds, however, were far less exciting from a Team EnVyUs side, as they lost both rounds by a considerable margin; Round 2 Search & Destroy was a 6-0 loss, and Round 3 Capture the Flag was a 5-1 loss. Team EnVyUs struggled as mightily as one would imagine, Chino included. He was their best player in the Search & Destroy round, but he was far from good. Round 4 Hardpoint was a copy of Round 1 Hardpoint, as they stormed back from a 70 point deficit to win late again. Chino was more balanced in this one, going 29/28 with 1:46 on the objective. He did his best work as the round was getting to its conclusion, netting some key kills in support of Huke's hero plays to win the round. Round 5 Search & Destroy was a struggle for him, however, as they lost in 10 games.
Solid in both lead and support
June 27, 2018
Chino had a strong performance, outside of Search & Destroy, in the 3-1 win over FaZe Clan on Day 1, Week 3 of Division A of CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
Chino was not a strong slayer in Round 1 Hardpoint, going just 17/18 in the round, but he had a whopping 1:49 on the objective. That objective time led the lobby, and it was a big reason why Team EnVyUs was able to get their lead and run away with it late. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw him struggle to do much of anything, as Team EnVyUs lost 6-3 (and lost rather convincingly on top of that). Round 3 Capture the Flag saw him fall into a support role again, as Decemate, Classic, and Huke carried the offense. Chino's solid defense and support-based game was key to the 3-2 win, though it flew under the radar. Round 4 Hardpoint saw him come out of his shell a little bit. While he still had a strong objective game (1:42), he also had 25 kills in the round. Team EnVyUs did a good job of getting an early lead, and keeping FaZe Clan at arm's length, and Chino's two-way game was an integral reason why they could.
Lets previous loss ruin his performance
June 16, 2018
Chino failed to show up in a 3-0 loss to OpTic Gaming on Friday at CWL Anaheim.
Due to a devastating loss to Splyce before this series, Chino's head just wasn't focused enough to take down OpTic Gaming. While Team EnVyUs is more than just Chino, his leadership skills have been a key reason for the team's online success. On LAN, however, his skills haven't translated. In Round 1 Hardpoint, for example, Team EnVyUs quickly began spawning all over the map into the second set of rotations. Chino wasn't able to rally his teammates together to regain control of spawns, a common answer to staggered spawns. Instead, Chino and his teammates kept getting caught in fights, essentially giving OpTic Gaming three perfect hills in a row.
Mostly good in win
May 25, 2018
Chino was solid in the 3-1 win over Echo Fox on Day 3, Week 2 of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 2.
Chino had a hot start to Round 1 Hardpoint, as he and Classic paced Team EnVyUs to an early lead that held for the majority of the round. The duo kept them roughly 30 to 40 points above Echo Fox throughout the majority of the round, though Chino's slaying started to fade as Echo Fox's rose, and the round got very close before Team EnVyUs eked out a win. He ended with a 24/24 KD and a strong 1:59 on the objective. Round 2 Search & Destroy was a much more dominant display from Team EnVyUs, as they coasted to a 6-1 win, never really feeling the pressure from Echo Fox. Chino was a solid cog in the machine in that round. He and Decemate kept them afloat in Round 3 Capture the Flag, as they lost 3-2. The pair had 18 kills apiece, joint-leading the team. They lost with 12 seconds left, however, as Echo Fox forced a fourth round. Round 4 Hardpoint was another dominant win for Team EnVyUs, as they dominated the kill feed, which gave them map control and a relatively easy win. Chino did not do much on the Hardpoint, as his teammates took that role, but he did his fair share of the slaying to give his teammates a cushion. His 24 kills were tied for most in the lobby.
Lags behind the rest of the lobby
May 24, 2018
Chino whiffed important moments with a 49/74 KD in a 3-1 loss to Red Reserve on Wednesday of the CWL Pro League Stage 2.
Chino started out extremely strong, only to drop off slowly over the course of the season. The big changing point was in Round 3 Capture the Flag on Flak Tower. Chino was able to reverse a losing series against Red Reserve thanks to a six killstreak and a flag capture that scored him full Scorestreaks. While this got Team EnVyUs back into the game, Chino failed to use his Scorestreaks effectively in the second half. He burnt most of his streaks in a single push, scoring only one kill between a Glide Bomb and an Artillery Barrage. Chino ended Round 3 Capture the Flag with a KD and one flag capture. He ended Round 4 Hardpoint with a 6/24 KD.
Solid support in sweep win
May 24, 2018
Chino was a solid support player in the sweep win over Team Kaliber on Day 2, Week 2, of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 2.
Chino was solid in this match. He was never in the spotlight for Team EnVyUs, but his solid support play behind the top line for Team EnVyUs was key to their win, especially in Round 2 Search & Destroy, and Round 3 Capture the Flag, both of which were very close rounds (the former went to an 11th game, and the latter was a 2-1 win). Round 1 Hardpoint was his best round, as he went 26/24 with 1:19 on the objective. Round 2 Search & Destroy was a very balanced round, with all four members of Team EnVyUs playing well. The only round he really lagged behind everyone else was Round 3 Capture the Flag, where he went 14/17. He still made some quality defensive plays, but overall he had some struggles to end the sweep.
High highs, low lows in loss
May 18, 2018
Chino ran hot and cold in the 3-2 loss to Evil Geniuses, on Day 3 of Week 1 of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
Chino had quite the slow start, and end, to the match, but had two really good rounds for Team EnVyUs. Round 1 Hardpoint saw him struggle to find his footing, going 17/31 in the round. He and Classic could not hang with the strong slaying from Evil Geniuses, and it cost them. Round 2 Search & Destroy was the same. He struggled to hang with the slaying power of Evil Geniuses, and it hurt them. He came alive in Round 3 Capture the Flag and Round 4 Hardpoint, a pair of wins that forced a Game 5. Round three saw him dominate, leading the lobby in kills (23). Team EnVyUs had map control throughout the round, and he his excellent slaying was a big reason why. Chino was the early leader for Team EnVyUs in round four, helping get them out to an early lead, one they would hold until the end. He played an excellent two-way game in the round, netting 21 kills and a whopping 2:14 on the Hardpoint. He did, however, crash back down to earth with the rest of Team EnVyUs in Round 5 Search & Destroy, as they lost 6-0. He was a big reason why they even got to a fifth round in the first place, but he was inconsistent overall.
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