aBeZy is best known for winning the World Championship with eUnited during the 2019 Black Ops 4 season.
Despite being so young, aBeZy has cemented his place as one of the top players in Call of Duty Esports; he has managed to win over $325,000 in prize money over a short space of time.
Here's aBeZy's player profile for the CDL 2020 season.
CDL 2020 Season
For the debut season of the Call of Duty League, aBeZy will be a part of the Atlanta FaZe - the team consists of:
- Tyler 'aBeZy' Pharris
- McArthur 'Cellium' Jovel
- Michael 'MajorManiak' Szymaniak
- Preston 'Priestahh' Greiner
- Chris "Simp" Lehr
With the CDL 2020 season yet to start, no offline tournaments have taken place yet. However, aBeZy has played with the Atlanta FaZe squad in a few online tournaments, winning the GameBattles Premium $1500 5v5 S&D 2019-11-24.
He has also won the Subliners New York Open 2019 with Arcitys, Prestinni, Maux and Cellium.
The following achievements feature all offline tournaments only.
Prize pool represents the total amount the team earned.
|BO4||Call of Duty World League Championship 2019||18-08-2019||1st||$800,000||eUnited|
|BO4||CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs||21-07-2019||1st||$500,000||eUnited|
|BO4||CWL Pro League 2019||05-07-2019||1st-2nd||$89,375||eUnited|
|BO4||CWL Anaheim 2019||16-06-2019||5th-6th||$15,000||eUnited|
|BO4||CWL London 2019||05-05-2019||2nd||$80,000||eUnited|
|BO4||CWL Fort Worth 2019||17-03-2019||13th-16th||$0||eUnited|
|BO4||WorldGaming Network Championship Series 2019 Grand Finals||07-04-2019||1st||C$25,000||Yerr|
|BO4||CWL Las Vegas Open 2019||09-12-2018||2nd||$60,000||eUnited|
|WWII||Call of Duty World League Championship 2018||19-08-2018||17th-24th||$12,500||Enigma6 Group|
|WWII||CWL Anaheim Open 2018||17-06-2018||17th-20th||$0||Enigma6 Group|
|WWII||CWL Seattle Open 2018||22-04-2018||9th-12th||$0||Enigma6 Group|
|WWII||CWL Birmingham Open 2018||01-04-2018||9th-12th||$0||Enigma6 Group|
|WWII||CWL Atlanta Open 2018||11-03-2018||41st-48th||$0||Enigma6 Group|
|WWII||CWL New Orleans Open 2018||14-01-2018||41st-48th||$0||Wildcard Gaming|
|WWII||CWL Dallas Open 2018||10-12-2017||49th-64th||$0||Wildcard Gaming|
- Atlanta FaZe - SiLLY, Cellium, MajorManiak, Priestahh (October 2019 - Present)
- eUnited - Arcitys, Prestinni, Clayster, JKap, Simp (October 2018 - October 2019)
- Enigma6 Group - General, Sender, Diabolic (January 2018 - October 2019)
- Wildcard Gaming - 2Pac ThuGLorD, VeXeD, Reedr, Evasion, Skilliosis (November 2017 - January 2018)
Black Ops 3
aBeZy competed in events before his breakout year in WWII, but due to age restrictions, he was limited to online play only.
During WWII, aBeZy competed in his first major tournament under Wildcard Gaming with 2Pac ThuGLorD, VeXeD and Reedr.
The team placed top sixty-four at Dallas before swapping out 2Pac ThuGLorD and VeXeD for Evasion and Skilliosis.
The team went one step further by placing top forty-eight at New Orleans. The performances may have not been significant, but they were enough to get aBeZy a spot on Enigma6.
Alongside General, Sender and Diabolic the team again placed top forty-eight at Atlanta. The team were playing well together online and despite this poor performance, they stuck together.
The decision paid off as they placed top twelve at both Birmingham and Seattle. During their incredible Birmingham run, they managed to beat Epsilon eSports and Red Reserve before falling to Envy.
The team even won the CWL National Circuit Stage 2. However, they were unable to qualify for the Pro League relegation event.
Again they won the National Circuit Stage 3 and went into Anaheim with confidence; unfortunately, they could only manage a top twenty placement.
The team qualified for COD Champs and finished with a disappointing top twenty-four finish.
Black Ops 4
eUnited made a few changes as the game transitioned to a five-man squad, with Felo leaving for Evil Geniuses and JKap joining alongside aBeZy.
The squad finished second at the first event of the year, Las Vegas, but it was quickly forgotten after a top 16 finish at Fort Worth.
Simp's incredible performance at the Forth Worth open, coupled with the fact that he was now 18, meant he received the nod to join the main lineup.
From here eUnited soared as they came second in London, sixth at Anaheim, finished first in their Pro League division and claimed the championship at the Pro League playoffs.
It was topped off by winning the Call of Duty Championship for 2019; Clayster's second career World Championship.
Written ByChris Trout@TheTrout91