Jordan Reed 
United Kingdom
Free Agent
Released from Epsilon
August 31, 2018
Reedy was released from Epsilon eSports on Friday
Reedy joined the roster following the team's disappointing Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League and promptly continued the trend, as Epsilon eSports only won one series during Stage 2 and failed to win a single series during the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships. Reedy finished with a 0.83 KD at the pivotal tournament, which was the second-highest mark on the team, but it paled in comparison to that of the only returning Epsilon player--Dqvee--who finished with a 1.01.
Staying with Epsilon
April 14, 2018
Reedy will remain with Epsilon eSports for the CWL Seattle Open, the organization confirmed on Saturday.
Given Epsilon's dismal finish to CWL Stage 1, in which it won 2 of its 14 games in Division B, there was some speculation the team may opt to make wholesale roster changes. That obviously didn't come to fruition, likely due to time constraints and a handful of teams already having locked in their respective lineups. Epsilon will attempt to fight through Relegation in order to qualify for Stage 2 of the CWL Global Pro League.
Slow start in win
March 23, 2018
Reedy had issues in his first two rounds, but picked it up in the last two in the 3-1 win over Team EnVyUs on Day 3 of Week 4 of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
Round 1 Hardpoint was mostly a struggle for Reedy, even as they came back from their sizable early deficit. He had some big kills later on in the match, contributing to the comeback, but his 17/24 KD shows his round struggles. He followed a similar pattern in Round 2 Search & Destroy, struggling as Team EnVyUs led early, and coming on strong as the comeback was on. He flipped the script in Round 3 Capture the Flag, as he was the only member of Epsilon to do much of anything in their only loss of the match. His teammates were stifled for the majority of it, but Reedy was excellent. He kept it even relatively close for a short time, though Team EnVyUs was too good, and it became an easy win for them. Round 4 Hardpoint saw Reedy, Dqvee, and Hawqeh pace them to a 135-34 lead, as well as a 192-82 lead, and eventually a round win. Reedy was key to the last round win, and did some good during their two previous round wins in more of a support role.
Tries to prove his worth
March 16, 2018
Reedy attempted to get revenge in a 3-1 loss to Splyce on Friday of the CWL Global Pro League, Division B.
Reedy struggled through this series as Epsilon's woes continued. Despite that, Reedy came out of this series looking the best. After Round 1 Hardpoint where Bance began shooting Reedy's body, he went into rage mode and tore through Splyce in Round 2 Search & Destroy. Reedy bounced between an SMG and a sniper rifle, allowing him to play a versatile game against a disorganized Splyce. But after that round, Reedy quickly fell off as he was trampled by the likes of Bance and Jurd.
Subbing in for Epsilon eSports
March 14, 2018
Reedy will join Epsilon eSports for the team's second week in Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League.
After Nathan opted not to join the team in Atlanta, thus forcing the roster to forfeit its pool play spot, Epsilon eSports appears to be pivoting to another direction. While Reedy suggested in February he would be stepping away from competitive CoD for some time, the allure of a Pro League spot ended his abbreviated time off after just a month.
Free Agent
Taking a break from competitive CoD
February 12, 2018
Reedy will take a break from competitive Call of Duty, the player reported over the weekend.
Reedy cited family issues as the reasons for his expected prolonged absence, which makes sense given the player is not currently a part of the CWL Pro League. While Reedy will finish out the CWL National Circuit, it seems as if the roster will need to find someone else if it does, in fact, make it into Stage 2.
Leaving eLevate for Renegades
November 2, 2017
Reedy will be playing under the Renegades banner to begin Call of Duty: World War II.
Reedy will be leaving an eLevate squad that he played with for the majority of the previous season. Alongside former Fnatic member SunnyB and returning European player Jake, it's an intriguing lineup for a Renegades squad that has yet to make much headway in the competitive Call of Duty scene.
Tempers flare in tournament-ending loss
August 12, 2017
Reedy put up a respectable 56/44 KD when Elevate was eliminated by Mindfreak Black in Group B on Thursday at Call of Duty Champs 2017.
Who knew there could be such excitement after a series ends. When Zed's controller stopped working during Round 4 Hardpoint, the entire team stopped playing to see what was happening. This stoppage in play ended up being a violation of tournament rules, which caused Elevate to have to forfeit the round. Even if that hadn't been the case, however, Elevate still would have been forced to forfeit due to a property damage incident from Reedy prior to the ruling. It was just an all around poor showing from this team to exit the tournament. Even besides that, however, they only looked strong in Round 3 Uplink, and pretty bad in the other rounds. Elevate will need to make some major adjustments going into WWII in order to prevent a similar fate.
Fought hard in loss
July 9, 2017
Reedy tried to break through, but could not stop Enigma6 from sweeping eLevate on Day 3 of Group Blue.
Round 1 Hardpoint was, for all intents and purposes, a disaster for eLevate. They never stood a chance, and only got to 68 points in the loss. Reedy went 16/24, with 28 seconds on the objective, in the devastating loss. Round 2 Search & Destroy was also a loss, albeit a much closer one, 6-4 to Enigma6. Round 3 Uplink was actually solid for Reedy, as he went 27/24. He did not contribute any points to the 15-5 loss, however.
Struggles to slay in loss
July 9, 2017
Reedy struggled to run with FaZe Clan as eLevate were swept on Day 3 of Group Blue.
Reedy was non-existent right from Round 1 Hardpoint. He only notched 10 kills (with 15 deaths) in the round. He did not contribute much on the objective, either, with only 16 seconds on the hill to his name. It was an utter blow out by FaZe Clan. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw eLevate win only one game, doing so with a smart defensive game that saw time elapse before FaZe Clan could defuse the bomb. They followed that up with a Round 3 Uplink that saw them pointless until the final minute, losing 8-2. Reedy went 16/20, with zero points, capping off a poor performance.
Big first round does not matter
July 9, 2017
Reedy got off to a hot start, but it did not stop eLevate from being swept by Ghost Gaming on Day 2 of Group Blue.
Reedy was the leading member of eLevate in Round 1 Hardpoint. He had 32 kills in the round, and was a menace for Ghost Gaming to deal with. He did not do well on the objective, however, notching only 13 seconds. It was a tough round for eLevate, who could not get any objective presence, for the most part. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw Reedy get the final kill in Game 7. That was the second game in a row they won after dropping the first five -- they would lose game eight, to lose the series 6-2. Round 3 Uplink saw Reedy tread water for the most part. He went 20/22, with one point, as eLevate looked solid in the first half, and bad in the second half of a defeat.
Solid first round in loss
July 8, 2017
Reedy had a nice start to the match, but he did not stop FaZe Clan from sweeping eLevate on Day 2 of Group Blue.
Reedy was a solid contributor in the heartbreaking Round 1 Hardpoint loss. He led the team as they traded leads with FaZe Clan, only to barely lose, 250-229. He went 25/22, with 1:30 on the objective, doing all he can in the loss. Zed was the only solid member of eLevate in the 6-2 Round 2 Search & Destroy defeat, a round that saw them drop six straight games to lose the round. Round 3 Uplink saw Reedy play an okay game, going 24/23, with no points. It was not enough to move the needle on an 8-3 loss, however.
Nothing special in loss
July 7, 2017
Reedy did not do much of anything as eLevate were swept by Ghost Gaming on day 1 of Group Blue.
Reedy and Ghost Gaming had serious problems from Round 1 Hardpoint right until the end. The first round was a complete blow out, and Reedy did not do much to help the situation. He had a KD of 11/20, with a mere 11 seconds on the objective. It was a tough round, and that only continued. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw eLevate win only one game in the round, and Reedy struggled to provide offense. Round 3 Uplink saw Reedy go 21/24 with three points. The round looked solid, but they were outscored 17-3. It was simply a forgettable match for eLevate.
Up and down in win
June 24, 2017
Reedy was rather inconsistent, but eLevate pulled off a reverse sweep of Opulent on Saturday in CWL Sheffield.
Reedy struggled out of the gate in what turned out to be a nailbiter against a surprising Opulent team. Round 1 Hardpoint saw eLevate look unprepared, and Opulent took advantage with a strong game. Reedy went 19/23, with 34 seconds on the objective, in a round that saw eLevate struggle to put together any cohesion. He was quiet again in a Round 2 Search & Destroy that saw Opulent ride their momentum to a 2-0 lead. Round 3 Uplink was a weird one for Reedy. He struggled to slay, and put up a woeful 15/23 KD, but he was key on the offense end anyway. He had three points, tied for the lobby-lead. He still managed to put his stamp on the game despite the slaying struggles. Round 4 Hardpoint was much better for Reedy, and it was an incredible round for eLevate. A back and forth affair, Opulent took a late lead and looked primed to complete a miraculous upset. However, a late storm by eLevate gave them the win. Reedy pitched in 32 kills and 29 seconds on the objective in the round. He had the final kill in Game 7 of Round 5 Search & Destroy, en route to a win.
Gets the kills, but not enough to stop FaZe from winning
June 17, 2017
Reedy put on a decent slaying show, netting an overall KD of 65/68, but it was not enough to stop FaZe Clan from putting eLevate in their place in a 3-1 loss on Day 1 of CWL Anaheim.
Reedy's slaying performance against FaZe Clan was respectable but inconsistent, as during Round 1 Hardpoint, he'd only get a KD of 16/19, along with just five seconds of objective control time. Reedy fared slightly better along with the rest of eLevate in Round 2 Search & Destroy, as Reedy himself tallied a 6/9 KD, and eLevate won that round. Reedy finally went positive in KD in Round 3 Uplink, where he'd go 21/19, but his failure to put any points on the board didn't help eLevate much. Finally, Reedy scored an impressive 22/21 KD on Round 4 Hardpoint, but it wasn't enough to stop FaZe Clan from taking that round, and ultimately the series.
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