Steve Canle 
United States
Free Agent
Signs on with Lethal Gaming
April 14, 2018
Mochila will join Lethal Gaming, the organization confirmed on Thursday.
It doesn't look like Mochila's team-hopping has paid off the same way as his former Next Threat teammate, Censor, as Lethal Gaming isn't expected to be anything more than another open bracket hopeful heading into the CWL Seattle Open. Still, having an organization is better than not having one, even if it's the seventh team he's been on this competitive year.
Free Agent
Leaves sixth organization this competitive season
April 4, 2018
Mochila announced on Tuesday he would hit free agency once more.
That now makes six organizations Mochila has been a part of since the start of Call of Duty: World War II, with four coming in the last three months alone. Mochila had been teaming with Nagafen, Remy and Reedr since the middle of March, having quickly found an organization in the form of Cyclone, but that appears to have fallen by the wayside after 0-5 start to Stage 2 of the CWL US National Circuit.
Free Agent
Finds new roster for CWL National Circuit Stage 2
March 14, 2018
Mochila will team with Nagafen, Remy and Reedr for Stage 2 of the CWL National Circuit.
After the demise of Most Wanted, which self-destructed just days before CWL New Orleans, Mochila is set to join a new roster for Stage 2 of the CWL National Circuit. It'll be at least the sixth new roster Mochila has joined since the start of the new competitive season, which likely says everything you may need to know about the team's chances to run through the National Circuit competition.
Free Agent
No longer teaming with Most Wanted
March 7, 2018
Mochila is no longer teaming with Most Wanted, and is a free agent for CWL Atlanta.
This appears to be in conjunction with Most Wanted's owner Alex Azuhl's most recent tweet, which suggests both Censor and Blazt will not be playing under the organization for CWL Atlanta. It's unclear if Mochila will be a free agent following the latest LAN event, or if he'll simply rejoin the organization after they find a team.
Realigns with Next Threat
January 24, 2018
Mochila will play for Next Threat as the team competes in the CWL North American National Circuit.
Mochila was the last player to sign on with Next Threat, as the roster had previously planned to acquire Maux, only for the slayer to renig on the deal and return to Ghost Gaming. Mochila has been bounced between a number of teams this year, from Underworld Esports, to Next Threat (prior to the organizational shut down) and then alongside MiRx on two separate other lineups.
Free Agent
Finds new team heading into CWL New Orleans
December 24, 2017
Mochila will be teaming with MiRx, GodRx, and Pandur for CWL New Orleans.
Mochila has seemingly left SoaR Gaming for a better opportunity with two former Enigma6 players, Pandur and GodRx. While the roster as it stands is sitting just outside the top-10 in terms of North American Pro Points, there's a chance that a handful of online performances plus a decent sized run at CWL New Orleans could put the team in position for in Stage 1 of the CWL Global Pro League.
Free Agent
Finds new teammates
November 29, 2017
Mochila will be teaming with Blfire, MiRx and SinfuL for CWL Dallas.
Mochila and MiRx appear to have fallen with their feet on the ground after being released by Next Threat. Sinful and Blfire likely represented the best of the limited options available, but the team should earn a high enough spot in the open bracket to contend for pool play position at CWL Dallas.
Let go from Next Threat
November 27, 2017
Mochila was released from Next Threat, his former teammate MiRx announced on Monday.
Mochila was only on Next Threat for the better part of two weeks, as the former Allegiance slayer will now be set to join his third team before the first CWL sanctioned event of the new year. It's not a given that Mochila will be able to find that new team prior to CWL Dallas in December, however, as many teams may not opt to rock the boat with such a pivotal open bracket event on the docket.
Joins Next Threat
November 17, 2017
Mochila will join Censor on Next Threat, the veteran slayer announced on Wednesday.
Mochila was recently linked to Killa's team, but the group let go of Mochila following a poor finish in the first CWL North American 2K. Given Next Threat also struggled to make much of a difference at the aforementioned 2K, it will be interesting to see whether he can provide a new element to the team.
Free Agent
Let go from Killa's team
November 15, 2017
Mochila is once again a free agent after Killa's new organization, Underworld Esports, did not include him as part of their roster announcement.
Mochila had joined Killa's roster early in November after Blfire left to join Nagafen's new team. However that move apparently wasn't the answer, as Mochila will hit free agency once more after what essentially amounted to a two-week trial period. Given most teams will still try and tinker with their rosters prior to CWL Dallas, which takes place in December, there's a possibility that Mochila finds a home before the first major event of the new year.
Free Agent
Joins Killa and Sender's new team
November 2, 2017
Mochila will join Killa, Sender and Swarley heading into Call of Duty: World War II, the player tweeted on Wednesday.
Mochila will be replacing Blfire, who found his way to Nagafen's new team after the release of Mboze was announced on Wednesday. While Mochila and Killa have had issues in the past, it appears to be water under the bridge -- a situation likely predicated on the fact that both players would have been left scrambling to complete rosters otherwise. While the team remains without an organization for now, that's soon expected to change with the start of the new competitive year on the horizon.
Leaves 3sUP Enterprises
August 31, 2017
Mochila is a free agent for the new competitive season.
Mochila put together a nice run with Allegiance earlier during the 2017 season, nearly rallying to qualify for Stage 1 of the CWL Global Pro League. However, the near miss ended up being a major downfall, as Mochila and the rest of the roster never managed to make a dent in the competitive scene, eventually splitting up entirely. That allowed Mochila to join 3sUP Enterprises prior to the 2017 Call of Duty World Championships, but the team predictably struggled to do much of anything, finishing 25th-32nd place. With so many older pros returning to the scene, coupled with a variety of big-name players also hitting free agency, there is a very realistic chance that Mochila will be forced to strike gold with an amateur team in hopes of making a bigger name for himself.
Questionable plays lead to loss
August 9, 2017
Mochila put up a 38/54 KD in 3sUP's loss to OpTic Gaming on Day 1 of the 2017 Call of Duty World Championship.
Mochila, much like the rest of his team, struggled to get much traction at any point in this series. It all started with an anemic performance in Round 1 Hardpoint. He only managed to go 10/21 in the round with just 16 seconds of time on the point. They simply looked outmatched ridiculously in the round. For Round 2 Search & Destroy, he was one of the only catalysts for his team. He opened with a two-piece in the first round to get his team a win, and then picked up the final kill later on for his team's second win. That was all they ended up getting in the 6-2 loss, however. While they managed to be a bit closer in Round 3 Uplink, one play by Mochila encapsulates all of 3sUP's struggles in this series. With a wide-open path to the goal, he went for a throw-in rather than taking the surefire dunk. While it didn't end up mattering in the end, it was a mind-boggling play nonetheless.
Free Agent
Free agent after stints with Allegiance/Team Kaliber
May 1, 2017
Mochila is no longer with Allegiance and is a free agent, the player announced on Saturday.
It's not a surprise that Mochila has left Allegiance, as the team failed to qualify for Stage 1 of the CWL Global Pro League. However it was assumed Mochila would be playing with Team Kaliber after the slayer was seen scrimmaging and taking part in online tournaments with the organization. Now apparently a free agent, it will be interesting to see where Mochila does in fact land in preparation for the Open Qualification and Relegation matches for Stage 2 of the CWL Global Pro League.
Slow to close series
February 12, 2017
Mochilla made a poor early impact in a loss against PNDA Gaming on Day 2 of MLG Atlanta.
Mochilla was generally a quiet player this series, but he did make some noise early in Round 1 Hardpoint. The only problem was that his teammates couldn't capitalize on his plays. Scoring a 31/28 KD that round, Mochilla was closely matching PNDA Gaming's FA5TBALLA in kills. But this was Allegiance's first time against PNDA Gaming and their bizarre SMG tactics. The aggressive playstyle didn't favor Mochilla's, or his team's, European sensibilities. Mochilla was more concerned with trying to hold spawns rather than Hardpoints. It was a much bigger problem in Round 4 Hardpoint where their neglect let PNDA Gaming steal a win.
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