Team Kaliber
United States
Falls in CWL Atlanta losers' bracket to Red Reserve
March 13, 2018
Kenny was unable to help his team carry through hopes of a championship victory at CWL Atlanta, as Team Kaliber narrowly cracked Top 8.
After finishing second with a 3-1 record in Pool D in the early stages of CWL Atlanta, Team Kaliber were poised to make a run through the playoffs, which started late on Day 2 of CWL Atlanta. They were knocked into the losers' bracket after a narrow defeat from Team EnVyUs in a tense series that went all the way to Game 10 in Round 5 Search & Destroy. From there, they were able to hold off Echo Fox, but an upstart Red Reserve ultimately defeated Team Kaliber and put them in the Top 8. If anything, though, this loss makes Kenny hungry for more and more loyal to his team than ever, as he recently announced getting a Team Kaliber tattoo.
Barely breaks Top 8 at CWL Atlanta with TK
March 13, 2018
Chino, along with the rest of Team Kaliber, managed to break into the CWL Atlanta playoffs only to be knocked out of the running within three games, only securing themselves a Top 8 finish.
Team Kaliber clawed their way through a bloody Pool B in the early stages of CWL Atlanta, earning themselves a second-place finish in their pool with a 3-1 series count just behind Luminosity Gaming. During the evening hours of Day 2 of CWL Atlanta, Team Kaliber faced off against Team EnVyUs from Pool D, and unfortunately for Team Kaliber, they were handed a heartbreaking defeat in a tense match that went all the way to deep in Round 5 Search & Destroy. Subsequently, in the losers' bracket of the playoffs, while TK were able to hold off Echo Fox, they met their demise at the hands of European upstart team Red Reserve. Chino himself has said while the loss stung him, "I'm glad that I'm finally playing at a top level again." He's eagerly awaiting playing at Birmingham.
Mostly excellent in win
March 10, 2018
Theory had a very strong showing in the sweep win over Ghost Gaming on Day 2 of CWL Atlanta.
Round 1 Hardpoint was simply an exemplary round for Theory. He went off, going 32/14 with over two minutes on the objective to help his team pick up the 250-113 win. Round 2 Search & Destroy was much more of a slog for Theory. He was really bad through the first seven games, but he went off in the final three. He and Kenny woke up at the same time, and it buried Ghost Gaming. Theory had a rough start to Round 3 Capture the Flag, but he came up large late -- he had a two piece that helped get the game tied. They went on to win in overtime.
Overcomes bad start
March 10, 2018
Kenny had a poor first round, but more than made up for it in the sweep win over Ghost Gaming on Day 2 of CWL Atlanta.
Round 1 Hardpoint was a rough one for Kenny, despite their breezy 250-113 win. He struggled to do any slaying, going 16/23 in the round, as his teammates really carried the load for him. He was poor for most of Round 2 Search & Destroy, as well, continuing his rough first round showing. He only had one kill through the first seven games. He woke up for a ridiculous last two games, getting six kills in Games 9 and 10 combined, with the latter seeing him pick up an ace to win the round. Kenny took those last two games and rode it to a strong Round 3 Capture the Flag, where he led the lobby in kills with 25. His strong slaying helped his team keep pace with Ghost Gaming, and eventually win the round in overtime.
Solid showing in sweep
March 10, 2018
Chino had a nice game in the sweep win over Ghost Gaming on Day 2 of CWL Atlanta.
Chino had three nice rounds, and some key moments, in the win over Ghost Gaming. They started off the match with a easy Round 1 Hardpoint win as one would hope. They won 250-113, and they held Ghost Gaming below the 100-point mark for the majority of the round. Chino was good, but unspectacular, finishing 26/23. He came up clutch in Round 2 Search & Destroy, getting the final kill in Games 1, 7, and 8. He was great, especially in the latter portion of the round. His strong late game play came up again in Round 3 Capture the Flag. He was a solid slayer throughout the round but his big moment came up late. He made a stellar defensive stand as the second half expired to force overtime, which they would win easily.
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Qualifies for 2017 CoD World Champs
July 28, 2017
Team Kaliber qualified for the 2017 Call of Duty World Championships by virtue of finishing in the top-8 of the North America Last Chance Qualifier.
TK's roster has remained consistent throughout the better part of 2017, only swapping out ColeChan for Accuracy. Given the roster was fairly close to qualifying for both Stage 1 and 2 of the CWL Global Pro League, Team Kaliber is certainly able to put together a strong run on any given weekend. Whether they are able to do it at CoD Champs, however, remains to be seen.