Zayrox
Arthur Chabas 
France
Monaco eSports
Teaming with Monaco eSports
May 14, 2018
Zayrox will team with Monaco eSports for the foreseeable future, the organization confirmed last week.
ANALYSIS
One of the more well known Spanish players, it seemed like Zayrox was destined to join Monaco eSports once Gabi and Natshay announced they would be leaving the organization. However, in a bit of a shocking sequence of events, it's the aforementioned duo that will remain with the organization with ATLAS and Breszy leaving instead. Zayrox only lasted a short while with Giants Gaming, but it's certainly a step up for the former Vitality player as Monaco eSports have a good shot to qualify for a spot at the Call of Duty World Championships in August.
Teaming with Giants Gaming
April 18, 2018
Zayrox has joined Giants Gaming, the organization confirmed on Tuesday.
ANALYSIS
It's a massive step back for Zayrox, who was a part of Stage 1 with Vitality but will likely slot in the CWL Spain National Circuit alongside the rest of his Giants Gaming teammates for the rest of the season.
Announces free agency
April 12, 2018
Zayrox announced his free agency on Wednesday, joining a variety of players in an abbreviated Rostermania.
ANALYSIS
While plenty of North American players have already announced their free agency upon the conclusion of the Stage 1 Playoffs, Europe hasn't been hit quite as hard, with Zayrox essentially the main attraction in a small pool of potential free agents. That pool figures to grow in the ensuing days, but it's unlikely that Zayrox is left off a potential Pro League team, given the amount of Pro Points he's acquired and the name recognition that comes with him, despite Vitality's struggles thus far in the season. However, that does not mean Zayrox will actually qualify for Stage 2 of the CWL Pro League, as he's not exactly been a consistent source of production - a fact that could be extended to the entire team. As a result, it'll be interesting to see how the European scene views him, and what his future lies for the rest of Call of Duty: World War II.
Mediocre performance in reverse sweep loss
March 1, 2018
Zayrox's performance refused to stand out as Vitality lost to Red Reserve in a 3-2 reverse sweep on Tuesday in the CWL Pro League Division A.
ANALYSIS
While Zayrox's overall performance against Red Reserve wasn't exactly bad, it didn't have any outstanding good points either. In Round 1 Hardpoint, which Vitality won by a mere 10 seconds, Zayrox notched a negative KD of 23/26. While Zayrox did get the game-winning kill in Round 2 Search & Destroy, his KD of 7/5, while still positive, paled in comparison to those of Malls and Wailers. Zayrox went barely negative in KD in Round 3 Capture the Flag with 13/14, and like the rest of Vitality that round, was unable to score a single flag capture. Zayrox did go positive in KD again during Round 4 Hardpoint with 31/27, but this turned out not to matter as Red Reserve would again snatch victory from Vitality's jaws within 20 seconds. Zayrox's run against Red Reserve ended with a whimper in Round 5 Search & Destroy, where he was the last to die in a tense Game 11 as he attempted and failed to defuse the bomb, only scoring a 4/8 KD for the round.
Gets going too late to save Vitality
February 22, 2018
Zayrox was doing great late in the series against Team Kaliber, but it was too little, too late to save Vitality from falling 3-2 on Day 8 of the CWL Pro League Division A.
ANALYSIS
Zayrox fell hard like the rest of his team during an abysmal Round 1 Hardpoint, where Team Kaliber not only put Vitality into the 200-point club, but Zayrox suffered a double-negative KD of 8/18 and got a pitiful one second of hardpoint control time. Zayrox fared better with the rest of Vitality in Round 2 Search & Destroy, but he only broke even in KD with 8/8. He'd go on to get the only positive KD of his team in Round 3 Capture the Flag with 23/18, but this was not enough to prevent a stomping of Vitality that round. Zayrox's efforts bore more fruit in Round 4 Hardpoint, where he'd get the second-best KD of his team at 27/17, and the most hardpoint control time of his team at 1:50. Unfortunately, Zayrox's efforts proved to be for naught, as during Round 5 Search & Destroy, he'd break even in KD with 7/7, but Team Kaliber were just too strong as they clutched the series away from Vitality 3-2.
Attempts a heroic stand against Echo Fox and fails
February 21, 2018
Zayrox tried to stand fast against the guns of Echo Fox, but he was ultimately gunned down like the rest as Echo Fox swept Vitality 3-0 on Day 7 of the CWL Pro League Division A.
ANALYSIS
Zayrox, like the rest of Vitality, tried to prove they have some life left in their play against Echo Fox. While they did indeed put up a fight, it wasn't enough. Round 1 Hardpoint saw Zayrox score the worst KD of his team that round with 26/38, and 41 seconds of hardpoint control time. Zayrox didn't fare any better in Round 2 Search & Destroy, where he was continuously shut down by the Echo Fox duo of Aqua and Assault, only scraping up a KD of 5/7. In the final round of Round 3 Capture the Flag, Zayrox did have some pep to his play in the form of a flag capture under his belt, but this paled in comparison to Echo Fox's seven captures overall, shutting out Vitality for both the game and the series.
Fails to do much
January 30, 2018
Zayrox left no impression in a 3-0 loss to OpTic Gaming on Day 4 of Stage 1 CWL Pro League.
ANALYSIS
Zayrox had no presence this series. It's as simple as that. Acting as anchor, he couldn't withstand the power OpTic Gaming showed this series. And while his teammates could find one or two minor plays, Zayrox couldn't find any. Scump and Karma easily took out Zayrox in respawn rounds in order to flip map control, while in Round 2 Search & Destroy he would struggled in fast teamfights. Because of this, Zayrox went negative in every round.
Falls apart in a one-sided series
January 24, 2018
Zayrox tried his best to save face to no avail in a one-sided match against Rise Nation on Tuesday during Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League.
ANALYSIS
Opening day of Stage 1 in the CWL Pro League was clearly not a good day for Zayrox or the rest of Zayrox's team Vitality as Rise Nation easily swept them aside. Round 1 Hardpoint was no contest as Zayrox struggled to keep up with the pace of Rise Nation, only notching a KD of 20/23 and a mere 22 seconds of hardpoint control time. Round 2 Search & Destroy wasn't much better, where he only scored a KD of 4/6, as Rise Nation easily showed dominance that round with a lead of 6-2. Zayrox tried to stage a valiant comeback with the rest of Vitality during Round 3 Capture the Flag, and they showed some signs of life as Vitality scored two flag captures, but it just barely wasn't enough to stop Rise Nation's 3 flag captures as Zayrox himself scored a mere KD of 16/20.
Joining Vitality
November 5, 2017
Zayrox will be joining Vitality for the new competitive season, the organization announced over the weekend.
ANALYSIS
It's a bold move for a Vitality organization that has yet to make a mark in the competitive scene. While Zayrox comes with a lot of promise, having previously shined with eRa Eternity last year, there's a question as to whether he, along with a few of his other new teammates, are merely Search and Destroy stars rather than consistent performers.
Fails to show up in tournament-ending sweep
August 10, 2017
Zayrox posted an abysmal 30/50 KD in eRa Eternity's loss to FaZe Clan on Thursday during Pool E play that knocked them out of playoff contention at the 2017 Call of Duty World Championship.
ANALYSIS
In a series where eRa played extremely bad as a team, Zayrox was especially bad. While his 23/22 was nice and all, it was his performance in the first two rounds of the series that tanked his team's chances here. First he was 6/21 in Round 1 Hardpoint that saw them get stomped 250-101. And if that wasn't bad enough, he only managed a single kill in their Round 2 Search & Destroy trouncing. Yes, that's a 7/27 KD in the first two rounds of this game. That's almost a quadruple negative KD. They were simply outmatched when faced against such a strong team in FaZe.
Free Agent
Joins ArmaTeam
April 10, 2017
Zayrox will join ArmaTeam, a new team entering into the competitive scene in Europe, the organization announced on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Zayrox will take over for TonyJS, who opted to join Supremacy after earlier being introduced with ArmaTeam. Zayrox has played on multiple teams throughout his career, most notably playing for Supremacy while the team vied for the Call of Duty World Championship last season.
Free Agent
Free agent heading into new game
October 3, 2016
Zayrox has left Supremacy and will be a free agent heading into Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, his friend and teammate, Torres, announced on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Zayrox joins a plethora of European free agents heading into the next iteration of the game. While he was unable to compete at Call of Duty XP, Zayrox did finish the Stage 2 season with a 1.12 KD, good for fifth-best in the European scene.
Tries his best to help team despite their deficiencies
July 15, 2016
Zayrox was unable to compete during Thursday's playoff loss against Splyce.
ANALYSIS
Zayrox had problems matching Splyce's skill level this series thanks to an endless parade of poor calls from his team. While Zayrox started out strong in Round 1 Hardpoint, it became clear as the series dragged on that Supremacy just couldn't match Splyce. The skill gap was clear in every other round besides Round 1 Hardpoint. In Round 2 Uplink, Zayrox was never able to touch the ball. In Round 3 Search & Destroy, Zayrox would either stack too heavily with his team or split too far from his team. The former was seen in game 2 of Round 3 where all of Supremacy was pinned down on a single point, while the latter was seen in Game 8 where Zayrox used his Overdrive to push ahead only for his team to get caught in a 4-vs-3 gunfight. Round 4 Capture the Flag was a pretty clear victory in favor of Splyce, with Zayrox only grabbing the flag once before it was quickly returned in a matter of seconds.
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