CDL 2020: Enable Seattle Surge Player Profile For Call of Duty League 2020

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Ian "Enable" Wyatt is an SMG support player for Seattle Surge. The 25-year-old American will feature as part of the Seattle franchise in the Call of Duty League (CDL) 2020 Season.

Enable is best known for his long tenure on FaZe Clan (where he won four tournaments) and most recently 100 Thieves.

Enable began his career playing Halo, before transitioning over fully during Call of Duty: Ghosts. Since then he has won nine titles and collected almost $500,000 in prize money.

Here's Enable's player profile for the CDL 2020 season.

CDL 2020 Season

For the debut season of the Call of Duty League, Enable will be a part of the Seattle Surge - the team consists of:

  • Ian "Enable" Wyatt
  • Bryan "Apathy" Zhelyazkov
  • Sam "Octane" Larew
  • Josiah "Slacked" Berry
  • Damon "Karma" Barlow

With the CDL 2020 season yet to start, no offline tournaments have taken place yet. However, Enable has competed in a few online tournaments with the Seattle Surge.

They placed top four in the GameBattles Premium $4500 5v5 S&D Kickoff 2019-10-27 and second in the CheckMate Gaming $1000 5v5 S&D 2019-11-02.


Major Achievements

The following achievements feature all offline tournaments only.

Prize pool represents the total amount the team earned.

Game Event Date Place Prize Team
BO4Call of Duty World League Championship 201918-08-20192nd$260,000100 Thieves
BO4CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs21-07-20195th-6th$43,750100 Thieves
BO4CWL Pro League 201905-07-20193rd-4th$86,875100 Thieves
BO4CWL Anaheim 201916-06-20191st$125,000100 Thieves
BO4CWL London 201905-05-20191st$125,000100 Thieves
BO4Fort Worth 201917-03-20194th$25,000100 Thieves
BO4CWL Las Vegas Open 201909-12-20184th$25,000100 Thieves
WWIICall of Duty World League Championship 201819-08-20182nd$200,000Team Kaliber
WWIICWL Pro League 2018 Stage 2 Playoffs29-07-20181st$200,000Team Kaliber
WWIICWL Pro League 2018 Stage 219-07-20183rd-4th$12,500Team Kaliber
WWIICWL Anaheim Open 201817-06-20185th-6th$8,000Team Kaliber
WWIICWL Seattle Open 201822-04-20189th-12th$0Lightning Pandas
WWIICWL Pro League 2018 Stage 1 Playoffs08-04-20181st$200,000FaZe Clan
WWIICWL Birmingham Open 201801-04-201817th-20th$0Evil Geniuses
WWIICWL Pro League 2018 Stage 122-03-201813th-14th$12,500Evil Geniuses
WWIICWL Atlanta Open 201811-03-20187th-8th$4,000Evil Geniuses
WWIICWL New Orleans Open 201814-01-20187th-8th$4,000Evil Geniuses
WWIICWL Dallas Open 201810-12-201717th-20th$0Evil Geniuses
IWCall of Duty World League Championship 201713-08-20175th-6th$55,000FaZe Clan
IWCWL Global Pro League 2017 Stage 2 Playoffs30-07-20175th-6th$20,000FaZe Clan
IWCWL Global Pro League 2017 Stage 223-07-20171st-4th$12,500FaZe Clan
IWCWL Anaheim Open 201718-06-201713th-16th$0FaZe Clan
IWCWL Global Pro League 2017 Stage 1 Playoffs28-05-20173rd$80,000FaZe Clan
IWCWL Global Pro League 2017 Stage 114-05-20175th-8th$12,500FaZe Clan
IWCWL Dallas Open 201719-03-20173rd$32,000FaZe Clan
IWCWL Paris Open 201719-02-20172nd$24,000FaZe Clan
IWCWL Atlanta Open 201712-02-20175th-6th$8,000FaZe Clan
IWCWL Las Vegas Open 201718-12-20163rd$16,000FaZe Clan
IWPlayStation Experience Invitational04-12-20161st$8,000FaZe Clan
BO3Call of Duty World League Championship 201604-09-20167th-8th$50,000FaZe Clan
BO3MLG Orlando Open 201607-08-20164th$8,000FaZe Clan
BO3NA CWL Pro Division 2016 Stage 2 Playoffs17-07-20165th-8th$16,000FaZe Clan
BO3MLG Anaheim Open 201612-06-20164th$8,000FaZe Clan
BO3ESWC 201608-05-20167th-8th$2,500FaZe Clan
BO3NA CWL Pro Division 2016 Stage 1 Playoffs03-04-20163rd-4th$24,000FaZe Clan
BO3UMG South Carolina 2016 Champion Tournament14-02-20165th-8th$3,500FaZe Clan
AWMLG World Finals 201518-10-20155th-6th$10,000FaZe Clan
AWMLG Pro League 2015 Season 3 Playoffs20-09-20151st$40,000FaZe Clan
AWUMG Washington DC 201506-09-20157th-8th$0FaZe Clan
AWGfinity Summer Championship 201502-08-20151st$50,000FaZe Clan
AWUMG Dallas 201502-07-20151st$20,000FaZe Clan
AWMLG Pro League 2015 Season 2 Playoffs07-06-20152nd$30,000FaZe Clan
AWUMG California 201517-05-20152nd$15,000FaZe Clan
AWGfinity Spring Masters 201510-05-20151st$15,000OpTic Gaming
AWESWC 201503-05-20151st$20,000OpTic Gaming
AWCall of Duty Championship 201529-03-20153rd$120,000FaZe Red
AWCall of Duty Championship 2015 North America Regional Final08-03-20153rd$1,500FaZe Red
AWMLG Pro League 2015 Season 1 Playoffs22-02-20155th-6th$4,000FaZe Clan
AWUMG Orlando 201504-01-20153rd$3,000Team JusTus
AWMLG Columbus Open 201430-11-20145th-6th$500Team JusTus
GhostsESWC 201402-11-201413th-16th$0Team JusTus
GhostsUMG Nashville 201412-10-20147th-8th$0Curse
GhostsUMG Dallas 201424-08-20147th-8th$0Curse
GhostsGfinity 303-08-20142nd$0Curse
GhostsAEL Dallas 201427-07-20144th$2,000Curse
GhostsMLG Anaheim 2014 International Playoffs22-06-20149th-11th$5,000Curse Black
GhostsUGC Niagra 201404-05-20149th-12th$0Curse Black
GhostsCall of Duty Championship 2014 US Regional Final09-03-201413th-16th$0Denial.West
GhostsMLG Fall Championship 201324-11-201317th-24th$0Primal
GhostsMLG Winter Championship 201317-03-201337th-44th$0Status Quo



Team History

  • Seattle Surge - Enable, Apathy, Octane, Slacked (October 2019 - Present)
  • 100 Thieves - Kenny, Fero, Octane, SlasheR, Priestahh (September 2018 - October 2019)
  • Team Kaliber - Accuracy, Kenny, Fero (May - August 2018)
  • Lightning Pandas - Goonjar, Royalty, Xotic (April - May 2018)
  • Evil Geniuses -  ACHES, Apathy, NAMELESS (September 2017 - April 2018)
  • FaZe Clan - SlasheR, ZooMaa, Huke, Clayster, Attach, Gunless (April 2015 - September 2017)
  • OpTic Gaming - Scump FormaL, Crimsix (May 2015)
  • FaZe Red - ACHES, SlasheR, Parasite (January - April 2015)
  • FaZe Clan - ACHES, SlasheR, Parasite (January 2015)
  • Team JusTus - Blfire, Doubt, Parasite, Classic, Slacked, Mochila (November 2014 - January 2015)
  • Curse - Burns, Tipsy, Mochila, Crowster (June - November 2014)
  • Curse Black - Mochila, Burns, Tipsy (April - June 2014)
  • VanQuish Gaming - (March - April 2014)
  • Denial.West - Strife, Bloodz, PRPLXD (March 2014)
  • Elevate - Strife, Diabolic, Miyagi, PRPLXD, Heist, Shock (January - March 2014)
  • Primal - Ace, FormaL, SnakeBite (November - December 2013)
  • Status Quo - Flamesword, SnakeBite, Chourico (2013)


Enable's History

Black Ops 2

Enable was a former professional Halo player, having previously won four titles with Status Quo.

The Status Quo line-up of Enable, Flamesword, SnakeBite and Chourico entered the MLG Winter Championship 2013 to finish top forty-four.



Enable made the transition to Call of Duty full time during Ghosts. Once again he competed with Halo Pros on Primal (playing with Ace, FormaL and SnakeBite).

The team placed top twenty-four in the first event. He then found himself on Denial.West, his first dedicated Call of Duty, for the COD Champs 2014 Regional finals - placing top sixteen and failing to qualify for the main event.

Shortly after, Enable ended up on Curse Black with Mochila, Burns and Tipsy. At the first event, UGC Niagra 2014, the four finished top twelve before placing fourth at the Anaheim 2014 International Playoffs.

The team were hitting their groove as the Curse Black team were made the only Curse team under the organisation; they placed second at AEL Dallas 2014.

Curse had an average season from then on, placing top eight at the next three events before Enable moved to Team JusTus.



Advanced Warfare

His stint on Team JusTus was short-lived and despite placing in the money for their first two events, Enable left to join FaZe Clan.

Enable placed within the money in every event apart from one that year - the big one was at COD Champs 2015. ACHES, SlasheR, Parasite and Enable placed third at both the COD Champs 2015 regional qualifier and the main event.

Enable got his first taste of victory as a stand-in for OpTic Gaming. With NaDeSHoT retiring from OpTic, it made room for Karma to join the team. However, due to his pending citizenship application he was unable to travel to Europe to make his Greenwall debut. With Enable, the team won both ESWC 2015 and Gfinity Spring Masters 2015 in the space of two weeks.

Enable returned to FaZe Clan with SlasheR, ZooMaa and Huke - they placed second twice in a row; both times behind OpTic Gaming.

FaZe Clan made a swift roster change, with Clayster and Attach replacing SlasheR and Huke. From here, FaZe went on to win three titles that year, beating OpTic Gaming in all three grand finals.

Black Ops 3


Black Ops 3 was a tough year for FaZe, despite having a very strong squad. The four obviously decided to stick together but struggled to break past a top 4 placement.

The team placed regularly in the money, however, due to regular competition within the pro leagues, they no longer had an advantage over their opponents; losing to teams such as Splyce on a regular basis.

Infinite Warfare

Infinite Warfare was a big improvement, but still not enough for what the team wanted. Their only victory arriving at the PlayStation Experience Invitational, the first Infinite Warfare LAN of the year (many would consider this not a major LAN event).

Three third-place finishes at Las Vegas, Dallas and the Stage 1 playoffs (as well as second in Paris) was not good enough and the team made changes after nearly two years together.

Gunless arrived in place of Clayster, but again it wasn't enough to turn their season around as they placed top 6 at both the stage 2 playoffs and COD Champs 2017.



With WWII rolling around, FaZe overhauled their squad and left Enable out of the plans. Fortunately, he found his new home on Evil Geniuses.

The year with ACHES, Apathy and NAMELESS had little to shout about with only a few top-eight finishes to boast about.

After a brief stint on the Lightning Pandas, he found himself on Team Kaliber.

Team Kaliber consisted of Accuracy, Kenny, Fero and Enable. Despite not having the best start together, they quickly pulled it around and won the Pro League Stage 2 Playoffs.

Their final event, COD Champs 2018, saw them finish second.

Black Ops 4

100 Thieves was Enable's next destination, teaming with Kenny Fero, Octane and SlasheR.


The squad had a slow beginning but rapidly found their form by winning both CWL London and Anaheim.

An uncharacteristic top six placement at the Pro League playoffs didn't put them down too heavily, as they stormed through the competition at Champs.

However, eUnited were riding their momentum from winning the playoffs to win the final event of the year.

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Written ByChris Trout@TheTrout91