New War; Same Business

Edy “Newbz” Juan joins Sicario Gaming as a Warzone/competitive streamer. 

Newbz began his career playing competitively, attending major LAN events in Black Ops 4 and climbed high enough to qualify for the 2019 World Championship. Although he continued his grind through the Challengers circuit during Modern Warfare, Newbz’s attention was elsewhere.  

The release of Warzone opened the door for many opportunities for many players. Newbz got his foot in and started building his stream. His dedication paid off quickly, earning himself a solid viewer base and invitations to high tier exhibition tournaments as a top Warzone streamer. Newbz took home the $20,000 with his team at the Atlanta Cold War Clash. Now he’s looking for another victory at the Subliners $100k this upcoming weekend, December 19th-20th, 2020.   

For others planning to purse streaming and content, Newbz emphasized the importance of perseverance,

“If they decide to take the streaming route, they gotta know it’s a grind. I was sitting there averaging like less than 10 viewers when I started playing Warzone, but after a few months I was sitting around 60+,”  

With Warzone releasing on Cold War on December 16th, Newbz is diving in head-first with Sicario Gaming.

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Written By Zach Thiel

New Team, Same Old Faces; Nightmare Joins Sicario Gaming

Yash “Nightmare” Patel kicks off our season as the subject of our first player profile. Joining Sicario Gaming alongside the rest of the CDL Challengers Finalist squad, Nightmare is here to bring a stable AR presence to the map.

Nightmare’s favorite Call of Duty is Modern Warfare 2, with fond memories of blossoming his AR ability with the ACR. Years of nurturing his talent led him to his first Gamesbattles tournaments in Ghosts and local LAN in Advanced Warfare. With his competitive career in full swing, Nightmare began climbing the ladder of the amateur scene, befriending his future teammates Pure and Ryza in Black Ops 3.    

According to Nightmare, the team’s pre-existing chemistry is the team’s biggest strength as the Cold War season approaches. 

…we’re one of the only teams not making any roster changes going into the next COD. This will help our SND, especially at the beginning of the year, since we know our tendencies on what to do (or what not to do) in certain situations…”.

From pub-stomping on Scrapyard to the CDL Challengers Finals in 2020, Nightmare is ready to truly succeed to the next step with Sicario Gaming.       

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