Tom Trewen 
United Kingdom
Team Reciprocity
Teaming with Reciprocity
October 4, 2018
Tommey will join Team Reciprocity, the organization confirmed on Monday.
Team Reciprocity return to the competitive CoD scene with arguably one of the best rosters from the European region, accumulating the majority of UNILAD, plus ANZ star Denz, and of course, Tommey. Tommey finished with a 0.97 KD at the 2018 World Championships and remains one of the best veteran players in the competitive circuit. He figures to be the shot caller on this lineup, and takes away arguably one of the most attractive free agents in Europe, however region locks have completely fallen to the wayside this season which would suggest Tommey is merely an intriguing veteran as opposed to one of the best signings were the same format repeated from last season.
Slyly announces his free agency
August 31, 2018
Tommey is a free agent heading into Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
Tommey made the announcement in response to Jurd tweeting Friday he was a restricted free agent. The prospects of Jurd and Tommey coming together would make for an interesting duo if the two players decided to come together, but it's unclear what will happen for either player. The fact Tommey was able to drag a relatively green Vitality squad out of the group stage at the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships is reason enough for a hopeful European team to acquire the veteran slayer, and likely makes him one of the most eligible players currently in a growing free agency.
Falters out the gate
August 17, 2018
Tommey struggled from the beginning and never really found himself throughout the sweep loss to Evil Geniuses that relegated Vitality to the losers bracket on Day 3 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships.
Tommey got off to a slow start in this match and never recovered. He went a paltry 11/27 in Round 1 Hardpoint, as they were crushed 250-86. He never found himself after that, even in their Round 2 Search & Destroy showing that saw them push Evil Geniuses to 10 games. He struggled there. Round 3 Capture the Flag was his best round, as he went 17/22 (leading his team in kills). He did not play particularly well, but he was certainly better than he was in the first two rounds.
Joins Vitality for CWL National Circuit run
May 15, 2018
It's a far cry from the likes of Splyce, who entered the Call of Duty: World War II season with plenty of potential, but at the very least Tommey gets a chance to compete for a spot in the Call of Duty World Championships. While the Vitality roster failed to make any waves during Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League, this new iteration figures to show plenty of promise in competitive circles.
Likely leaving Splyce
April 28, 2018
Tommey announced he is a restricted free agent heading into the second wave of Rostermania.
It seems as if Splyce already have Tommey's replacement lined up, as they wouldn't allow the veteran player to seek employment elsewhere unless they were assured a positive trade of players. Still regarded as one of the better slayers in the European circuit, there's a chance Tommey could come stateside if he doesn't find a regional lineup to his liking.
Nearly rebounds Round 4 Hardpoint
April 21, 2018
Tommey stumbled around in an uneven 3-1 loss to Team Kaliber on Friday of CWL Seattle.
Splyce had little going for themselves this series. They just came off a 3-0 loss to Red Reserve and were going up against a revitalized Team Kaliber. But despite all this, Tommey rebounded and got Splyce their first map win of the weekend during Round 3 Capture the Flag on Flak Tower. Tommey switched between ARs and SMGs while playing around windows on mid-map, using the windows as cover to pop shots at his enemies. Playing safe, he landed Scorestreaks while in overtime, securing only a Glide Bomb. However, the Glide Bomb became extremely important as it killed Team Kaliber's flag carrier, allowing MadCat to rally a return and a flag capture himself.
Fails to pull off a consistant game
April 21, 2018
Tommey gave an inconsistent game in a 3-0 loss to Red Reserve on Friday of CWL Seattle.
This was Splyce's first game of CWL Seattle and Tommey had a very poor start. Tomemy struggled to land kills or even pepper shots into his opponents for most of the series, resulting in a very weak offense for Splyce. However, Tommey turned things around in Round 3 Capture the Flag on Flak Tower by sticking to an AR role. Tommey stuck to mid-map in order to cut off Red Reserve's pushes while also manipulating their spawns, a strategy that worked in the first half of the map. This was mainly because Tommey stuck to playing the windows over mid-lane to scout out Red Reserve. This position also put him near Splyce's base in case he needed to quickly defend for his team.
Finds steady kills
April 2, 2018
Tommey nearly shuts down Luminosity Gaming in a double Grand Finals at CWL Birmingham, winning the first series 3-1 and losing the second 3-1.
Tommey was the most consistent slayer for Splyce while also being one of their best players. He didn't dominate in rounds he's traditionally known for, such as Hardpoint, but instead in Capture the Flag. In both Round 3 Capture the Flag, Tommey was absolutely vital to his team. The first Round 3 Capture the Flag saw Tommey do two things. His biggest play was stopping Luminosity Gaming from scoring the first point of the map by sneaking into their base and killing the flag carrier before he could cap. Then he rallied the kill to get a flag capture and hand Splyce the lead. The second play was Tommey opening the map in the first half of Overtime with a five killstreak, allowing Jurd to rush Luminosity's base. The second series saw the rest of Splyce sink. Tommey was the only player to keep his head above water with a positive KD.
Dominates ARs and SMGs
April 2, 2018
Tommey flexed his role in a 3-1 win over Rise Nation in the Loser's Final at CWL Birmingham.
Tommey may be off of the main AR role, but that doesn't mean he still doesn't have something to offer Splyce. Playing more SMGs than anything else, due to the map pool, Tommey was able to keep up with Bance and Jurd to reinforce their advantages. While he was never able to slay on their level, his ability to scout out players and his fluid movement won Splcye maps. For example, in Round 3 Capture the Flag on Flak Tower, Tommey was able to get a game-winning flag pull with Bance by ducking around corners and skillfully avoiding Rise Naiton's shots.
Opens some plays for his team
April 2, 2018
Tommey found big kills in a 3-0 loss to Rise Nation in the Winner's Bracket Semifinal on Sunday at CWL Birmingham.
Tommey continues to be Splyce's most consistent slayer, but it meant little when he couldn't make the plays needed of him. Tommey started well in Round 1 Hardpoint on Valkyrie thanks to his team's early aggression helping him score two Scorestreaks. These Scorestreaks were vital in securing Smokestacks, but after that utility was gone Splyce drastically slowed down. He slowly began to lose fights by not watching lanes and failing to secure spawns.
Two good rounds and two poor in win
March 30, 2018
Tommey had some great moments, but had some forgettable ones in the 3-1 win over Red Reserve on Day 1 of the CWL Birmingham Open.
Round 1 Hardpoint housed the biggest moment for Tommey in this entire match. The majority of his performance in the round was middling at best, as he struggled to run with a strong Red Reserve team that was leading 200-140. However, he exploded soon after that, going on a seven kill streak that gave them a lead they would not relinquish. His middle rounds--Round 2 Search & Destroy and Round 3 Capture the Flag--were average showings. The former saw him be support as they took a 4-1 lead, and struggle as they lost five in a row to lose the round. The latter saw him go 14/14, but was the main flag carrier, getting two of the team's four flag caps. Round 4 Hardpoint saw him finish well, going 27/20 with 1:11 on the objective in the round. He was not the story, however. The story was the dominant 250-59 win, absolutely pummeling Red Reserve.
Pulls out new tactics in last minute
March 22, 2018
Tommey tried some desperate plays in a 3-0 loss to eUnited on Thursday of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 1, Division B.
Tommey was knocked off balance. His opponent, eUnited, came into this series with a strong strategy while it looked like Tommey stumbled into this game. While Tommey could drop kills, he was easily spotted out several times, such as in Round 2 Search & Destroy where in Tommey dropped in Game 2 and Game 9 by running out into the middle of the map and straight into eUnited's gunfire. So in Round 3 Capture the Flag, Tommey tried to switch things up and go off book. He'd attempted to flank behind eUnited to get flag captures. While this worked twice in the second half, his new strategy often saw him by himself. Splyce struggled to support Tommey new tactic, and instead of adapting they looked sloppy and disorganized at times.
Important to the win
March 22, 2018
Tommey had some big spots, and was key to the 3-1 win over Evil Geniuses on Day 2 of Week 4 of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
Tommey had a hot start to Round 1 Hardpoint. He had nine kills early on, helping keep Splyce on pace with Evil Geniuses. Evil Geniuses really took control shortly after that, however, and won the round. He did not light the world on fire in Round 2 Search & Destroy, but he was a solid support player later in the round, as Evil Geniuses fought back from down 5-2 to force a Game 11, one Splyce would win. His best rounds were the last two Round 3 Capture the Flag and Round 4 Hardpoint. The CTF round saw him have 11 kills in the first half, and have a huge second half en route to a 21/13 KD and a 3-1 win. He was a big reason why they kept Evil Geniuses off the board in the second half. Splyce's slaying ability, with Tommey being heavily involved in that, totally stifled Evil Geniuses. Round 4 Hardpoint saw Tommey take the first step in their comeback. He had a huge hold of the objective while they were down 198-106, and brought them back to a 198-168 deficit. They would go on to win from there, largely on the back of his showing.
Sits back and peppers his oppenents
March 16, 2018
Tommey held back from the fight in a 3-1 win over Epsilon eSports on Friday of the CWL Global Pro League, Division B.
Unlike the rest of his teammates, Tommey didn't have a stand-out series. Instead, he just played solid a game. This was thanks to Splyce finally switching their tactics after a disappointing few weeks. Tommey still stuck to his AR, but his teammates gave him room to play. In return, Tommey was able to take control of spawns and map control from his opponents, while safefgaurding his team. This is best seen in Round 3 Capture the Flag on London Docks. He stuck close to his team's flag, allowing him to catch an attempt by Reedy to steal the flag.
Gives a monster series in loss
March 9, 2018
Tommey nearly carried Splyce to a win in a 3-2 loss on Day 1 of CWL Atlanta.
Tommey had a monster series today as he tried to bring Splyce a much-needed win. Starting with Round 1 Hardpoint, he dropped an absurd 51 kills, the highest in the lobby. Despite this, Tommey still lost the map due to an under-performance form the rest of the team. The same situation would happen again in Round 4 Hardpoint. Tommey absolutely dominated with his snappy shots, but the poor engagements from his teammates cost them the game.
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