David Davies 
United Kingdom
Epsilon eSports
Rumored to have new team aligned
September 5, 2018
Dqvee has been rumored to join MadCat's new team ahead of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, according to Matt Porter of Dexerto.com.
It's unclear if Epsilon would simply sign contracts with MadCat and Joshh, the two players currently listed as free agents, as well as buy out Alexx from UNILAD, or if the team would opt to receive a hefty buyout for its young star. In any case, Dqvee might be arguably the best building block of the foursome, as the young player has proven himself on the big stage on countless occasions these past few seasons.
Remaining on Epsilon, for now
August 31, 2018
Dqvee will remain with Epsilon eSports for the time being, the organization confirmed on Friday.
Dqvee will see three of his former teammates hit free agency as an underwhelming performance at the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships capped off what had been a disappointing competitive season for Epsilon. While Dqvee finished the most recent CoD Champs with a 1.01 KD, his play wasn't nearly enough to help Epsilon as the roster only won two of their 11 maps. It'll be interesting to see how Epsilon chooses to build their roster around their burgeoning young star, as many of their European brethren appeared poised to make significant changes.
More good than bad in win
March 23, 2018
Dqvee was not perfect, but he had more good moments than bad ones in the 3-1 win over Team EnVyUs on Day 3 of Week 4 of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
Epsilon's win started with a hot Round 1 Hardpoint win, and Dqvee was a big part of that. They trailed for the entirety of the round's early stages, with Dqvee being the only Epsilon member to put together a competitive performance while they were losing. He kept them afloat, and his strong play was a leading factor in their comeback and eventual win. His other dominant round from start to finish was Round 4 Hardpoint. That Hardpoint was the opposite of the first one, as Epsilon held leads of 135-34, and 200-109, en route to a win. Dqvee was a part of the strong three-pronged attack that gave them their early lead, alongside Reedy and Hawqeh. He continued his high level of play throughout the round. He had a combined 59 kills in the two impressive Hardpoint wins. His biggest struggles came in the middle rounds. He went kill-less through the first five games of Round 2 Search & Destroy before finishing extremely strong, and he was a non-factor in the Round 3 Capture the Flag loss.
Can't damage Splyce
March 16, 2018
Dqvee lacked any presence on the battlefield in a 3-1 loss to Splyce on Friday of the CWL Global Pro League, Division Bx.
Dqvee couldn't land any shots. Pairing SMGs with Hawqeh, both failed to soften up Splyce in their engagements while also failing to hold his team's defenses. These weaknesses were mainly caused by both Dqvee's lack of game awareness and an inability to damage Splyce in any feasible way. Even in Round 2 Search & Destroy, where Vortex and Reedy had a massive game, Dqvee drastically lagged behind the rest of his team.
Won't Be Playing at CWL Atlanta
March 7, 2018
Due to Nathan's absence, Dqvee and Epsilon eSports will not attend CWL Atlanta.
It's just keeps tumbling down for Epsilon eSports. The sudden absence of Nathan has forced Dqvee, and Epsilon eSports, to cancel their plans for CWL Atlanta. This is a huge blow for the team to not only the third-biggest LAN event of the year, but also possibly force the team to forfeit their spot in the CWL Global Pro League. While it's still unknown why Nathan suddenly disappeared, Dqvee was reportedly told while he was in the airport waiting for his flight to Atlanta.
Slow start offset by excellent end
February 15, 2018
Dqvee had a poor first round, but picked it up after despite the 3-1 loss to FaZe Clan on Thursday's CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1, match.
Round 1 Hardpoint was a tough round for both Dqvee and Epsilon. They had no answer for FaZe's complete attack, as they only got to 93 points in the round. Dqvee did not do much to counter FaZe's strong slaying round, going just 20/27 in the round. Round 2 Search & Destroy is where Dqvee picked it up. He started his strong showing with an ace in Game 3 and kept slaying well despite the rest of his team failing to give him quality support. Round 3 Capture the Flag was their only win, but it was an absolutely dominant performance. They had the round handled by the half, as their excellent slaying performance gave them map control and let their offense run at will against FaZe. Dqvee was the unquestioned leader in the round, as he parlayed 19 first-half kills to a 31-kill performance by the end of the round. He was all over the map, and was the spark behind the offense. Round 4 Hardpoint saw a disappointing 250-243 loss, but that loss cannot be attributed to Dqvee. He played a complete game, going 33/24 with 1:48 on the objective. They needed a four-man performance to win the round, and they just did not get it, however.
Nice end to loss
February 8, 2018
Epsilon got blown out 3-0 by Splyce, and Dqvee only showed up in the final round of the Thursday match of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 1.
Epsilon did not really stand a chance in Round 1 Hardpoint or Round 2 Search & Destroy, and Dqvee hardly helped their cause. The former saw them lose 250-109, with Dqvee struggling to slay with Splyce. He only had 14 kills in the round, but he did manage over a minute on the objective. They just did not have the slaying ability to hold up against Splyce. The second round saw them face a similar problem. They did not have the slaying capacity to hang with Splyce, and it cost them the round. Dqvee was invisible in the round. He was very good in Round 1 Hardpoint, however, at least in the first half. They looked well on their way to winning a round, with a combination of Dqvee and Insanatised leading the charge. A late run by Tommey would foil the round for them, however.
Rebounds from CWL Atlanta
February 6, 2018
Dqvee showed his team's hidden potential in a surprising 3-2 loss to Evil Geniuses on Day 1 of the CWL Pro League Stage 1, Division B.
Perhaps most remembered for his self-deprecating comments at CWL New Orleans, Dqvee has pulled together his team since that event. Through a ton of practice, Epsilon eSports nearly stole a win against Evil Geniuses, the favored team. This was in part thanks to his tactics and pure, raw talent. While Dqvee struggled to slay heavily, he was able to guide players like Hawqeh skillfully. In Round 2 Serach & Destroy, for example, Dqvee played an extremely aggressive game that edged them out the round. Whenever Epsilon was on attack, Dqvee and his squad would smoke and stun and frag the middle lane to at least disorient Evil Geniuses. Through the chaos, Dqvee and Hawqeh found miraculous picks to clutch the map.
Struggles to open CWL Dallas
December 8, 2017
Dqvee tallied a 47/50 KD in Epsilon's loss to Luminosity Gaming on Day 1 of CWL Dallas.
Dqvee and Epsilon were sorely outmatched in this series, and their performance here was still a bit rough to watch. They simply had no control over the map at any point, which allowed Luminosity free reign over the entire match. Dqvee may have gotten a nice start in Round 1 Hardpoint with the most kills early on, but he tapered off with the rest of his team as Luminosity kept on rolling.
Earns spot at CWL Dallas
November 27, 2017
Dqvee and the rest of Epsilon eSports have earned a pool play spot for CWL Dallas.
It was a bit of a surprise to see Epsilon eSports only place 9th-16th in the most recent online 2K, but that should be a compliment to the team, given they've surprised many experts with their consistent level of success entering the new competitive season. Buoyed by the addition of newest addition, Insanatised, Epsilon eSports are a wildcard team entering pool play at CWL Dallas.
Big game in win
August 11, 2017
Dqvee had a big game in the sweep win over Cloud9 on Day 3 of the 2017 Call of Duty World Championship. The win kept Epsilon eSports alive in the Loser's Bracket.
Dqvee was a key contributor in the win over Cloud9. Round 1 Hardpoint saw Epsilon eSports get out to an incredibly fast start. They led 160-30 before Cloud9 woke up. They ended up making it interesting, but it was still an easy Epsilon win. Dqvee was excellent, going 31/19 with 1:09 on the objective. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw Dqvee notch three kills in Game 3, including the final kill. He won a one on one with Aches in Game 5 to win that game, as well. Epsilon won the round 6-3. Round 3 Uplink was extremely close, with Cloud9 up 8-5 with two minutes left. Dqvee's came dunk gave them a 9-8 lead, and a kill of Xotic clinched the sweep.
Rallies a weak comeback
August 11, 2017
Dqvee attempted to rally a 3-1 loss against Team EnVyUs on Day 3 of the 2017 CWL Championships.
Dqvee seemed to be the only member of Epsilon eSports with his head consistently in the game. However, Epsilon eSports now falls into the lower bracket. Round 1 Hardpoint was a fairly smooth round for Dqvee thanks to his teammates slaying out. Round 2 Search & Destroy started well for Dqvee thanks to some interesting strategies from Epsilon eSports. In Games 1 to Game 3, this consisted of laying aggressive ambushes on bomb sites as he watched for Team EnVyUs' rotations through the mid lane. However, when Team EnVyUs stopped cutting mid lane all of Epsilon eSports' strategies fell apart. In a similar scene, Dqvee landed an early triple kill in Team EnVyUs' base in Round 3 Uplink, only for Dqvee to never receive the drone as his teammates failed to move it from spawn.
Mostly struggles in bad loss
August 9, 2017
Epsilon eSports were outclassed by OpTic Gaming, and Dqvee struggled in the sweep loss on Day 1 of the 2017 Call of Duty World Championship.
Epsilon eSports were dominated in two of the three rounds, with Round 1 Hardpoint being one of them. They lost 250-96, and Dqvee did not do much to stop it. He went 12/20, with just nine seconds on the objective. He was bad, as was his team. Round 2 Search & Destroy was a heartbreaking 11-game loss for Epilson. Dqvee had a big Game 2, with three kills setting up an easy round win, and netting the final kill in Game 8. They fell just short of tying it up. Round 3 Uplink was much like Round 1 Hardpoint, as Epsilon lost rather easily, to a score of 11-2. Dqvee was solid, going 26/27, but his team was heavily outslayed and lost easily.
Easily pushed aside by OpTic Gaming
July 28, 2017
The only thing remarkable about Dqvee's performance on Day 2 of Group Green against OpTic Gaming was how unremarkable it was, only scoring an overall KD of 44/51.
Dqvee would fail to impress anyone during his match with his team against OpTic Gaming, as his performance could only be summed up as "meh." Round 1 Hardpoint saw Dqvee fall for OpTic's strategies over and over again, as he was only able to notch a KD of 13/19 for his troubles. Dqvee would go on to get the best KD of his team in Round 2 Search & Destroy at 4/6 and also snag a couple of bomb plants, but considering how Epsilon eSports overall lost that round, that's not saying much. Dqvee would go on to just barely get a positive KD in Round 3 Uplink at 27/26, but as we all know, kills aren't everything in Call of Duty (although they do help) with Dqvee unable to put any points on the board that round.
Leads his team in the late game
July 24, 2017
Dqvee continues to be his team's core with a 65/62 KD in a loss to OpTic Gaming on Day 3 of Group Green.
Dqvee was once again the main slaying force for Epsilon eSports. Round 1 Hardpoint saw Dqvee score a 20/22 KD as OpTic Gaming blasted them in a one-sided map. Dqvee stepped up in Round 3 Uplink. The incredibly close round into overtime, but Dqvee whiffed an incredibly important Active Camo. In the second half, Dqvee attempted to force a dunk by popping his Active Camo down a choke. He'd both use it too late and fail to get a point as all OpTic Gaming had to do was continue shooting. Not only that, the poor Camo use meant Epsilon eSports didn't have it going into overtime. He closed the round with a 40/32 KD.
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