Huke is best known for his prolific placements during the Advanced Warfare season and his most recent service to Team Envy.
Despite not winning a major LAN event in Call of Duty, Huke has won four major titles in Halo 5. Overall, Huke has won $100,000 in prize money in Call of Duty esports.
Here's Huke's player profile for the CDL 2020 season.
CDL 2020 Season
For the debut season of the Call of Duty League, Huke will be a part of the Dallas Empire - the team consists of:
- Anthony "Shotzzy" Cuevas-Castro
- Cuyler "Huke" Garland
- Indervir "iLLeY" Dhaliwal
- Ian "Crimsix" Porter
- James "Clayster" Eubanks
With the CDL 2020 season yet to start, no offline tournaments have taken place yet. However, Huke has played with the Dallas Empire squad in multiple online tournaments, having won six in a row.
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||13th-16th||$25,000||Splyce|
|BO4||CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs||21-07-2019||7th-8th||$18,750||Splyce|
|BO4||CWL Pro League 2019||05-07-2019||5th-6th||$71,875||Splyce|
|BO4||CWL Anaheim 2019||16-06-2019||13th-16th||$0||Team Envy|
|BO4||CWL London 2019||05-05-2019||4th||$25,000||Team Envy|
|BO4||CWL Fort Worth 2019||17-03-2019||9th-12th||$0||Team Envy|
|BO4||CWL Las Vegas Open 2019||09-12-2018||9th-12th||$0||Team Envy|
|WWII||Call of Duty World League Championship 2018||19-08-2018||5th-6th||$55,000||Team Envy|
|WWII||CWL Pro League 2018 Stage 2||19-07-2018||11th-12th||$12,500||Team Envy|
|WWII||CWL Anaheim Open 2018||17-06-2018||13th-16th||$0||Team Envy|
|WWII||CWL Seattle Open 2018||22-04-2018||9th-12th||$0||Team Envy|
|WWII||CWL Pro League 2018 Stage 1 Playoffs||08-04-2018||7th-8th||$10,000||Team Envy|
|WWII||CWL Birmingham Open 2018||01-04-2018||5th-6th||$8,000||Team Envy|
|WWII||CWL Pro League 2018 Stage 1||22-03-2018||5th-6th||$12,500||Team Envy|
|WWII||CWL Atlanta Open 2018||11-03-2018||4th||$16,000||Team Envy|
|WWII||CWL New Orleans Open 2018||14-01-2018||9th-12th||$0||Team Envy|
|WWII||CWL Northern Arena Showdown 2018||17-12-2017||5th-6th||$0||Team Envy|
|WWII||CWL Dallas Open 2018||10-12-2017||7th-8th||$4,000||Team Envy|
|AW||MLG World Finals 2015||18-10-2015||2nd||$60,000||Denial Esports|
|AW||MLG Pro League 2015 Season 3 Playoffs||20-09-2015||5th-6th||$12,000||Denial Esports|
|AW||UMG Washington DC 2015||06-09-2015||2nd||$12,000||Denial Esports|
|AW||UMG Dallas 2015||02-07-2015||3rd||$5,000||Denial Esports|
|AW||MLG Pro League 2015 Season 2 Playoffs||07-06-2015||2nd||$15,000||FaZe Clan|
|AW||UMG California 2015||17-05-2015||2nd||$10,000||FaZe Clan|
|AW||MLG Pro League 2015 Season 1 Playoffs||22-02-2015||5th-6th||$4,000||Aware Gaming|
|AW||UMG Orlando 2015||04-01-2015||2nd||$5,000||Stunner Gaming|
|AW||MLG Columbus Open 2014||30-11-2014||13th-16th||$10,000||Carnage Esports|
|Ghosts||UMG Nashville 2014||12-10-2014||17th-20th||$0||Carnage Esports|
|Ghosts||MLG CoD League 2014 Season 3 Play-in||22-06-2014||13th-16th||$0||TIC Gaming|
|Ghosts||UGC Niagara 2014||04-05-2014||17th-24th||$0||Carnage Esports|
- Dallas Empire - Shotzzy, Clayster, iLLeY, Crimsix (October 2019 - Present)
- Splyce - Jurd, Loony, AquA, Temp (June - August 2019)
- Team Envy - SlasheR, Temp, Classic, Decemate, Chino, ACHES, Apathy, Assault, SiLLY, Fero (November 2017 - October 2019)
- Enigma6 Group - (October - December 2015)
- Denial Esports - Crowder, Temp, SlasheR (June - October 2015)
- FaZe Clan - SlasheR, Enable, ZooMaa (April - June 2015)
- Aware Gaming - Accuracy, Happy, TJHaLy (January - March 2015)
- Stunner Gaming - PRPLXD, VeXeD, TJHaLy (November 2014 - January 2015)
- Carnage Esports - Vicious, Swarley, VaiN (September - November 2014)
- TIC Gaming - Kalani, Zilla, Vadeshot (2014)
Huke's debut came at the age of 14, joining the squad of VaiN, Swarley and Vicious under Carnage Esports.
Despite some underwhelming placements, it was enough for teams to take notice of Huke.
The Advanced Warfare season saw one more event for the Carnage Esports squad before Huke Moved on.
The rest of the season saw Huke jumping from team to team, no doubt due to the age restrictions placed around COD Champs.
Huke joined Stunner Gaming for one event, placing second and then moved to Aware Gaming where he placed top six.
Huke moved to FaZe Clan with SlasheR, Enable and ZooMaa where they placed second at both UMG California and the Pro League Season 1 playoffs.
The squad were fed up of placing second - they traded Huke and Slasher to Denial Esports for World Champions Attach and Clayster.
His new squad also included Crowder and Temp, where they placed third at UMG Dallas and second at UMG Washington.
The finale of Huke's most successful season saw him place top six at the Season 3 playoffs and second at MLG World Finals.
Black Ops 3 & Infinite Warfare
Due to age restrictions, Huke was unable to compete during the next two seasons of COD Esports.
Instead, he moved to Halo 5 until he was eligible to compete again.
After a successful period in Halo, which saw him win four major championships, Huke returned to Call of Duty in search of his first LAN win.
Unfortunately, it wasn't the return Huke was hoping for. Huke joined Team Envy with SlasheR, Temp and Classic for the season.
Their best placement was a fourth place at Atlanta and the most profitable was a top-six at COD Champs 2018.
Black Ops 4
For the Black Ops 4 season, Team Envy bought the Evil Geniuses team as they joined Huke (the only surviving member of the squad from last season).
The best result of the season came at CWL London 2019 (fourth) fresh off a batch of roster changes, Envy had replaced Apathy and Assault with Decemate and Fero.
After a top sixteen finish at Anaheim, Envy soon loaned Huke to Splyce, making way for them to acquire Gunless on loan.
Huke's results did not improve despite a noticeably better squad being formed and the year ended with a top sixteen placement at COD Champs 2015.
Written ByChris Trout@TheTrout91