Echo Fox Sign Call of Duty Team

By TJ Porter
May 10, 2016

Echo Fox is pleased to announce the signing of the team’s first professional Call of Duty team. With a mixture of veterans and new talent, the latest addition to the Echo Fox family is sure to make waves in Call of Duty eSports.

Echo Fox owner Rick Fox is thrilled about the addition of a Call of Duty team. "Adding Neslo, Proofy, Sinful, and Cyborg shows that Echo Fox are serious about fielding the best teams across all eSports. We want top level athletes to play with the thought of joining Echo Fox one day," Fox said. "Our COD team is the next step in our long-term Echo Fox vision."

The Echo Fox Call of Duty Roster

Jeremy “Neslo” Olsen - Twitter Twitch.tv

Jordan “Proof” Cannon - Twitter Twitch.tv

Jonathan “SinfuL” Baez - Twitter Twitch.tv

Josh “Cyborg” Kimpson - Twitter Twitch.tv

Neslo

Neslo

Neslo is the elder statesman of the team with an eSports career that ranges back to when he was only 11 years old. He got his start playing Counter-Strike 1.6 and Counter-Strike: Source, competing in ESEA, CAL, and CEVO leagues. He dabbled in Call of Duty, FIFA, Halo, and Quake before finding his calling in Call of Duty: Black Ops.

He made got his break playing Call of Duty: Black Ops II after forming Team KaLiBeR. The team placed in the top four of every tournament they attended that year. Neslo moved from team to team after that year but continued to find success, winning an X-Games silver medal in 2014.

Neslo is looking forward to working with Echo Fox.

"I'm very excited to be a part of Echo Fox. I know this team is going to work hard and turn heads, which is what I've been doing my entire career. There is no better organization to do that under than this one. We saw the vision and had to jump on the opportunity. I can't wait to compete at all future events with this squad and with this kind or organization supporting us."

Proofy

Proofy

Proofy is another Call of Duty veteran who has been around since the beginning of Call of Duty eSports. He won his first tournament while playing Call of Duty 4 for Team FeaR and would go on to win the MLG Online National Championship with Team EnVyUs. Proofy has played for many of the big names in Call of Duty, including OpTic and FaZe Clan. Proofy was a member of the OpTic roster that defeated Neslo at the X-Games, making him one of the first eSports gold medalists.

SinfuL

SinfuL

SinfuL has been involved in Call of Duty eSports for three years and during that time has earned a reputation as a hard working. Early in his career he joined pickup teams and entered tournaments, looking for a break. SinfuL has moved from team to team since, helping them secure top four finishes at major LAN tournaments.

Cyborg

Cyborg

Cyborg is an up and coming talent who has been playing Call of Duty since Modern Warfare 2. He got his break at UMG California in 2014 as a member of Levitate Gaming. Since then he has made a name for himself with strong performances in online and local LAN tournaments.