Bevils
Embry Bevil 
USA
Team EnVyUs
Taking coach role to Team EnVyUs
September 24, 2018
Bevils will join Team EnVyUs as the coach of the roster heading into the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 season.
ANALYSIS
Bevils' transition comes after Team EnVyUs acquired the championship-winning roster, teaming the lineup with Huke. Given substitute players will gain notoriety this season, Bevils' value might not be strictly placed on his abilities as a coach, but it's hard to argue with his success in the position given Evil Geniuses seemingly came out of nowhere to win the 2018 World Championships.
Free Agent
Coaching Evil Geniuses
April 16, 2018
Bevils will join Evil Geniuses as a coach for the CWL Seattle Open.
ANALYSIS
There was some talk Bevils might rejoin the competitive circuit after announcing his "retirement" towards the end of Stage 1, but that appears to have quieted down with the announcement he will be a coach for Evil Geniuses. Regarded as an above average S&D player, Bevils figures to be an excellent coach should he stick with the profession for the rest of the season.
Up and down in loss
February 28, 2018
Bevils was inconsistent as eRa fell 3-1 to Rise Nation, capping off the first day of Week 6 of the CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
ANALYSIS
Bevils did not get off to a good start in this one. Round 1 Hardpoint was a struggle for him, despite eRa getting off to a hot start, and keeping pace with Rise Nation for roughly half the round. He fell to Rise's superior slaying ability, going 19/29 in the round. He had a similar round in Round 3 Capture the Flag. He got their only flag cap, but he went 13/18 in the round. It was tough for all of eRa, as Rise Nation went into a shell in the second half, and executed it to perfection. Round 2 Search & Destroy was his best round. He and Ferocitys did the heavy lifting, and were key to the win. He went 4/2 early on, as they took their 4-1 lead, and they held on to for the win. He had a great start to Round 4 Hardpoint, going 6/2 and leading eRa to a 76-36 lead. However, they would give up the lead and lose easily.
Does not break through in loss
February 23, 2018
Bevils and eRa were swept handily by Red Reserve, opening up the Thursday set of matches during CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1's third week.
ANALYSIS
This match was a really tough on for eRa. They were beaten pretty handily in all three rounds, and they struggled to stand up to Red Reserve as a whole. Bevils is no different, as he had sub-1.00 KD ratios in both Round 1 Hardpoint, and Round 3 Capture the Flag. They managed to squeak through four wins in Round 2 Search & Destroy, but they did not have that one player to step up and carry the load when they needed to. Bevils and eRa really struggled to get anything going in this one, and even ended by getting shut out easily in the third round. It was a round to forget for Bevils and for eRa.
Up and down in upset win
February 21, 2018
Bevils had his moments in the upset, 3-2 reverse sweep win over OpTic Gaming to finish off Tuesday's CWL Global Pro Leagues, Stage 1, matches.
ANALYSIS
Bevils had a dreadful first two rounds of this match. Round 1 Hardpoint was as poor of a start as one can have, as he limped to a 10/23 KD ratio in the round. He was bad, and frankly, a big reason why the team lost the round. They needed all four of their players to have a strong game with how OpTic were performing, and they could not hang with them without Bevils contributing. Round 2 Search & Destroy was a frustrating round, one that saw eRa blow two separate 4-vs-2 leads. Bevils was rather average, as was the rest of eRa. Round 3 Capture the Flag was a dominating performance that kick-started their surprising reverse sweep. Bevils was excellent in this round, and was a key reason why they won the round so easily. He, Ferocitys, and Ricky were a three-headed monster that OpTic Gaming had no answer for. Bevils had one flag cap, giving them a 2-0 lead, and went 23/15 in the round. He and his teammates kept OpTic Gaming off the kill feed, and as a result, away from the flag. Bevils did not have the same slaying power in Round 4 Hardpoint, but that was not really his fault. His teammates all had over 30 kills, with Ferocitys hitting 40, so the kills just were not there for Bevils. He did fine, and provided solid support behind his teammates. He was not the star, but he did not need to be. Round 5 Search & Destroy saw Bevils play well. He was not on the frontline like Ferocitys was, but he provided a stable base behind him as they capped off a 10-game win.
Steadies himself after rough first half
January 31, 2018
Bevils balanced out in the late game in a 1-3 loss on Day 5 of Stage 1 CWL Pro League.
ANALYSIS
Bevils struggled mighty in the early rounds of this match. Not only was he often dropping double negatives, but he often failed to support his team significantly as well. This was easily seen in Round 1 Harpdoint when he failed to make a key rotation to the final Hardpoint despite dropping early in a preceding fight. But, in Round 4 Harpdoint, Bevils found some redemption. He would stay in the positives for his team, helping them easily break hills. But again, eRa Eternity was continually out-rotated by the Europeans, making all their significant efforts for nothing.
A lot of good moments in win
January 25, 2018
Bevils had some very good moments in the sweep win over Mindfreak, giving eRa their first win of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 1 on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
Bevils and eRa had a very good game to cap this week in the CWL Global Pro League, and that started from Round 1 Hardpoint. He was an excellent slayer throughout the round, providing a ton of resistance throughout the map that Mindfreak often had trouble dealing with. He ended up with 33 kills in the round. His biggest play came at the end of the round, dispatching Mindfreak with ease in the middle of the map, giving his teammate free reign in the objective to win the round. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw Bevils fall into a more support-based role, with Decemate leading the charge. In fact, all three of Decemate's teammates contributed at different points to provide a solid backup for him. Bevils notched the final kill in Game 6 of the round. Round 3 Capture the Flag was a tense 2-1 affair that went into overtime. Bevils had a weird round, where he started off slowly, but picked up the kills as the action heated up in the second half. His 20/21 KD is not impressive as a whole, but his second-half slaying ability was key to the win.
Inconsistent in loss
January 24, 2018
Bevils struggled with inconsistency in the 3-1 loss to Echo Fox during Division A, CWL Global Pro League Stage 1, play.
ANALYSIS
Bevils struggled to keep up his strong performance in Round 1 Hardpoint going throughout the match. He started off the round in excellent shape, with he and Decemate getting eRa out to an early lead. He played well the entire round, going 29/23 with 50 seconds of Hardpoint time, but they could not survive a strong end from Echo Fox. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw Bevils play poorly. He amassed a lone kill in the round, and even accidentally killed one of his own team members in one of the games. It was a terrible performance as eRa fell down 2-0. He seemed determined to make up for it in Round 3 Capture the Flag, as he got his team out to a fast start with a flag pull and a series of kills. He ended up with a ridiculous 16 kills in the first half alone, and 26 in total. He was excellent, and he was a key reason why eRa was able to put together a complete and stifling performance to force a Round 4 Hardpoint. That round would be abysmal for them, however, as eRa barely put up a fight to lose the match. Bevils was okay, but it was not close to enough.
Unable to stop Team Kaliber
January 23, 2018
Bevils had a rough time in eRa Eternity's sweep at the hands of Team Kaliber on Tuesday in Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League.
ANALYSIS
All throughout this series, Bevils basically couldn't get anything at all going. He was shut down by Team Kaliber at every turn. He was caught out at just about every moment, which left his team scrambling and searching for a way out. That never came and they were easily brushed aside by TK.
Teaming with eRa after roster moves from DooM
January 20, 2018
Bevils will join eRa Eternity, the organization announced on Friday.
ANALYSIS
After qualifying for Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League thanks to a near miraculous open bracket run at CWL New Orleans, which culminated in a 9th-12th place finish, Bevils and company will enjoy the sweet, sweet rewards of a tournament well done on another roster. Presumably enticed to join eRa with a least a substantial monthly stipend, the young trio of Bevils, Decemate, and Ferocitys have certainly rebounded well to put themselves in this position, as it looked like all three, at one point or another, would be forced to slum in the middle-tiers of the competitive scene for this season.
Joining Ricky's team prior to CWL New Orleans
January 7, 2018
Bevils has officially joined DooM, the organization relayed on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Bevils has bounced around between teams throughout the beginning portions of the season, leaving Enigma6 and then eRa both in the past month. Alongside Ricky's team of young players, there's a chance this roster might be able to crack through the open bracket at CWL New Orleans.
Let go from eRa
December 30, 2017
Bevils has been released from eRa, the organization's owner announced on Friday.
ANALYSIS
Both Bevils and PRPLXD hit the curb faster than you can say "Rostermania," as the duo was released from eRa only a handful of days after joining the club. While Bevils still remained hopeful in a Reddit thread following the announcement, it seems likely the star Search and Destroy player might be on the outside looking in when it comes to Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League.
Joining eRa
December 26, 2017
Bevils will join eRa Eternity, the organization announced on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
The former Enigma6 slayer appears to have found a home, as Bevils will join an eRa lineup still trying to fight its way into Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League. Depending on how the organization does at CWL New Orleans there's a chance Bevils could join another lineup in the coming weeks and months, but for now the young gunner will slot himself with eRa.
Released from Enigma6
December 15, 2017
Bevils has been released from Engima6, the organization announced on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
In the organization's official statement, team leader General suggested the play styles between himself and the recently released duo of Decemate and Bevils simply didn't mesh together. However given Enigma6 finished in 9th-12th place at CWL Dallas despite being placed in a tough pool play group, it's a bit of a surprise to see the roster fall apart so soon. Bevils and Decemate are blessed with plenty of potential and are still widely regarded as plus players in Search and Destroy, but with few spots open on any mainstream roster, it seems unlikely either will find a home on a major-tier organization in the near future.
Tapered off in loss
December 9, 2017
Bevils was solid in the first two rounds but fell off in the third in the loss to Team EnVyUs on Day 2 of CWL Dallas.
ANALYSIS
Bevils did a lot of good work early in Round 1 Hardpoint for Enigma6. Bevils was important to keep the game rather close, but eventually, Team EnVyUs pulled away. He was clearly their best player in Round 2 Search & Destroy, but he did not have any support from his teammates as Team EnVyUs easily won the round. Enigma6 really struggled in Round 3 Capture the Flag, and Bevils was a part of that. Overall Enigma6 were thoroughly outclassed by Team EnVyUs.
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