Tyler Latham 
United States
Disappears in elimination game
July 5, 2018
Skadoodle lagged behind with an 18/26 KD in Cloud9's elimination game loss against Natus Vincere on Wednesday at ESL Cologne.
Throughout this whole tournament, Skadoodle hasn't looked the best. Even when Cloud9 was on top of the world with a 16-3 win over Ninjas in Pyjamas on Tuesday, he only managed a 10/5 KD. He simply wasn't involved in the offense for long stretches of time and Cloud9 paid for it. Cloud9 simply needs to find the spark needed to get over this slump they look to be in. With this elimination, Cloud9 will now have plenty of time to work through this from the sidelines.
Close to securing OT win
April 23, 2018
Skadoodle went 36/51 on Saturday in a 2-0 series loss to Gambit in the quarterfinals at DreamHack Masters Marseille.
Skadoodle finished the opening first half on Mirage with an 11-4 deficit going into the second before Gambit further extended the lead 14-4 putting Skadoodle's back against the wall. It wasn't long until Skadoodle and co. came right back and forced the overtime rounds where he nearly helped Cloud9 take the series lead by reaching map point in overtime but could not capitalize on his efforts to result in a loss. The series didn't get any better for Skadoodle as he once again had to fight back through the first half to settle with another 11-4 deficit, but this time around the second half didn't provide a second chance in the 2-0 series loss.
Snipes for a sweep over FaZe
April 21, 2018
Skadoodle posted a 43/33 KD on Thursday in a 2-0 win over FaZe Clan in the Group A winners' match at DreamHack Masters Marseille.
Skadoodle had a lightning start to Overpass on the T-side for a massive 7-1 lead, thanks to his Round 5 triple kill on the B-bombsite to save the round and his Round 7 1-vs-2 clutch in the post-plant. FaZe came right back to reduce the deficit by three rounds but Skadoodle still ran away with the 9-6 half. The second half continued with more success coming from Skadoodle and company as the team dominated on the CT-side to secure the 16-13 series lead. Mirage was the next map where Skadoodle saw a contested start on the T-side as the two teams traded rounds, with Skadoodle tying the game in Round 12 in a 1-vs-2 clutch to secure the A-bombsite. After claiming the 9-6 at the half, the contest ensued through the second half as Cloud9 kept the series tight, thanks to Skadoodle's triple kill clutch to bring the deficit back 12-11. Eventually, Skadoodle held the line and secure the final few rounds to edge Mirage 16-14 for the sweep.
Officially active for Cloud9
April 15, 2018
Skadoodle has returned to the Cloud9 active roster, the 24-year-old announced on Twitter.
In late March, the 24-year-old announced that he had stepped down from the Cloud9 active roster to further contemplate his competitive career. Cloud9 then saw Stewie2k depart for SK Gaming leaving two voids to fill for the duration of the Pro League season and the upcoming DreamHack Masters Marseille tournament. However, Skadoodle helped Cloud9 through a handful of Pro League matches, alongside the recent addition of FNS, where he made an unclear Tweet earlier this week of his return. Now, the Cloud9 roster is at full strength as the team travels to Frane to participate at DreamHack Masters Maresille.
Stand-in against SK in ECS
April 3, 2018
Recent departed AWPer, Skadoodle, will be Cloud9's fifth player in Tuesday's ECS match against SK Gaming, FACEIT announced.
Skadoodle will return to the active lineup temporarily as Cloud9 are still in search for a new fifth. The roster was recently depleted to three players, however, yesterday former in-game leader for compLexity, FNS, was brought forth to lead the Cloud9 roster. This will be Cloud9's first ECS match as SK Gaming will be debuting their new roster.
Inactive for Cloud9
March 30, 2018
Skadoodle announced Friday afternoon that he is now inactive on Cloud9's CS:GO roster.
Things just keep getting crazier. With the multitude of roster moves being reported and confirmed in the world of CS:GO, we can now add this one to the confirmed pile. It was reported a few days ago that C9 were considering moving on from the AWPer and now we've got confirmation. While we know that he's inactive, that's about all we know at this point. Skadoodle further clarified in the tweet that his future is "uncertain," so we'll just have to wait and see how this all unfolds in the coming days and weeks.
Reportedly stepping down
March 27, 2018
Cloud9 are currently exploring options to replace the North American awper, Skadoodle, according to a report from Jarek "DeKay" Lewis.
Skadoodle looks to be the next Cloud9 member who could be on his way out following reports of Stewie2k joining SK Gaming. Skadoodle helped Cloud9 and North America to secure its first-ever Major in CS:GO history, but his reason for the departure is unclear. Skadoodle has been seen inactive with the Cloud9 roster in many practices amid reports. In his place, the team has shown interest with TACO and jdm64 this week, although no official announcements from any of the teams involved have been made just yet.
Finally wins a Major
January 28, 2018
Skadoodle posted an incredible 79/55 KD in Cloud9's big 2-1 win over FaZe Clan in the ELEAGUE Major: Boston grand finals.
Simply put, Skadoodle put the team on his back in this series. While it was surely a team effort as every member stepped up at one point or another, Skadoodle was constantly putting his skills on full display in this series. Whether it was on the AWP or the rifle, he was doing it all for Cloud9. After making it to the grand finals of a Major after eight tries, Skadoodle saved his best performance for the best possible moment as Cloud9 became the first-ever North American team to win a Major. With the team finally achieving this goal in January, who knows what will be in store for the rest of 2018.
Makes it look easy
November 15, 2017
Skadoodle earned a 17/15 KD in Tuesday's win over The Mongolz 16-9 in Group A of IEM Oakland.
Skadoodle had a smooth start to Mirage on the defense after picking up four easy rounds over The Mongolz. However, a few mistakes in the middle were exploited and allowed The Mongolz to win a few rounds early on. Only a handful of rounds could be won, though, as Skadoodle remained consistent on the AWP to close out the first half with a 10-5 lead. The second half was another four-round start over The Mongolz as Skadoodle opened up the A-bombsite to further extend the lead. From there, The Mongolz picked up four rounds in the second half, but it wasn't enough to break the economy of Skadoodle as he closed out the series with a 16-9 win, posting a team-low 68.0 ADR.
Snipes down BIG 2-0 in grand finals
October 23, 2017
Skadoodle went 38/29 on Sunday in a 2-0 sweep over BIG in the grand finals of DreamHack Open Denver.
Skadoodle started Cache on the defense with a bit of a contest early on as BIG fired back from the 2-0 deficit to make it 2-1. Rounds began to trade as Skadoodle had a hard time keeping the AWP on hand but still kept a firm lead against BIG. Skadoodle held down the mid-control to take the first half with a 9-6 score. However, in the second half, Skadoodle kept earning the entry kills to hold a firm lead over BIG in the second half. Although the German-based team contested late as Skadoodle contributed to the late eco round win in Round 28 to earn map point advantage, taking Cache 16-13. Skadoodle started Train with a triple kill to secure the B-bombsite in a 1-0 start. From there, Skadoodle picked apart the defense for a solid first half performance for the 12-3 lead. He then remained composed in the second half to hold off the BIG offense for a 16-6 win on Train, sweeping the series 2-0.
Quiet in win over Renegades
October 21, 2017
Skadoodle picked up a small 9-7 KD on Day 1 of DreamHack Open Denver with a 16-1 win over Renegades.
Despite only picking up nine frags in the entire Train campaign, Skadoodle had key kills in his defensive stand in the first half to earn the 14-1 lead. Making both bombsites his playing grounds in the first half, Skadoodle continued to harass Renegades in the second half to close out with two rounds to take Train 16-1, posting a team-low 57.8 ADR.
Stuffs G2 2-0 for semifinal spot
October 12, 2017
Skadoodle earned a solid 43/25 KD on Tuesday with a 2-0 win over G2 Esports in the ELEAGUE Premier quarterfinals.
Skadoodle had a brilliant best-of-three series against G2 Esports, leading the team by the numbers with a 79.8 ADR and a 1.44 rating in the sweep. Skadoodle started the series on Cobblestone with a slow start for the defense as G2 won a handful early. Down 3-1, Skadoodle got the AWP in hand and held the line on the A-bombsite for two consecutive rounds to tie the game 3-3. From there, both teams flopped rounds, but it was G2 to come out on top 9-6. However, in the second half, Skadoodle dominated the defense of G2 with the AWP, ripping through both bombsites to take a massive second-half victory, winning 10 rounds over G2 to take Game 1 16-12. Game 2 of Inferno, Skadoodle had a great start for the offense to take on an early 3-1 lead with the exploit on the B-bombsite, but G2 didn't stay quiet for long. The French rallied back to stump Skadoodle for a 5-5 even score. Although tied up and with little money in the bank, Skadoodle managed to squeeze in three rounds to take the late lead, but G2 came back to even the score 8-7. Then, in the second half, Skadoodle remained perfect on the AWP to win eight out of nine rounds in the second half, including his triple kill to earn map point before taking the series 16-8.
Couldn't break SK with the AWP
October 7, 2017
Skadoodle picked up a 33/34 KD on Wednesday in a 2-0 loss to SK Gaming in ESL Pro League Season 6.
Skadoodle had a 15/17 and a 52.5 ADR in Game 1 of Cobblestone, despite the thrashing in the first half on the defense for a 13-2 start going into the second. Down but not out of it yet, Skadoodle finally got the AWP on hand as he contributed to the nine-round comeback but he fell short of a Game 1 closer, 16-11 in the loss. In Game 2, Skadoodle had a slow start and a highly contested one as he contributed to tying the game in Round 6 but SK jumped the gun and held off the offense of Skadoodle to close out the first half 10-5. Going into the second half, Skadoodle picked up the first two rounds, but a force buy from SK ruined his chances of getting the AWP early, which hurt his chances to pick up more than four rounds totaled in the second half for a 16-9 Game 2 loss on Mirage.
Struggle after smooth starts
September 3, 2017
Skadoodle gathered a low 23/33 KD with a 2-0 loss to SK Gaming on Day 3 of DreamHack Masters Malmo.
Skadoodle picked up a double kill hold on the B-bombsite of Train with the AWP to take Round 4. Skadoodle broke the tie in Round 7 with a double kill hold on the B-bombsite to force SK to save and take the 4-3 lead. Stewie2k got the three-round lead on the anti-eco over SK with a double kill on the A-bombsite hold. After giving up a round, Skadoodle held off SK for two more rounds on the AWP to take the first half 9-6. Skadoodle had a hard time picking apart the defense in the second half with a broken economy and no AWP. After four rounds won, SK took off with the 16-13 Game 1 win. Skadoodle had a strong start on Cobblestone on the defense to hold off the offensive push on the B-bombsite but SK quickly overrun the sites with its fast offense and a strong economy to take the first half 10-5. Skadoodle had another smooth start but once again the economy of SK was strong, which prevented Skadoodle to pick up the AWP and get the much-needed opening kills to win some rounds. Skadoodle struggled on the offense as he took a 16-9 Game 2 loss in the series sweep.
Strong on AWP in Day 1
August 31, 2017
Skadoodle earned a 19/4 KD in a 16-2 win over B.O.O.T. on Day 1 of DreamHack Masters Malmo.
Skadoodle started Mirage with a secured pistol-round win in a 3-vs-1. In the following round, his double-kill retake and defuse on the A-bombsite secured the 2-0 start. From there, skadoodle cleaned up rounds with stray kills on the A-bombsite retake to hold the massive lead. His Round 10 triple kill on the B-bombsite retake. Two rounds later, his double-kill retake to win a 1-vs-1 on the A-bombsite was quickly followed by a defuse that would seal the deal in the first half 13-2. The second half was a quick 3-0 sweep over B.O.O.T. to take Mirage 16-2, earning an 81.2 ADR.
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