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Cauzed-

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About Cauzed-

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  • Birthday 10/25/1993

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  • Full Name
    Raymond Saenz
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Los Angeles, California
  • Favorite Games
    Call of Duty, Sly Cooper, Mario Kart, Mario Party.
  • Favorite Foods
    Pizza.
  • Favorite Movies
    Girls XXX
  • Favorite Music
    Tupac, Biggie, Geto Boys, Big L, Nas, and Dr Dre.
  1. Does the manner I left the team really matter? Be honest. Either way text, voice, or group chat I would have looked like an asshole, and you guys would have had the same opinion you have now. You guys were definitely one of the chillest team I've teamed with, but I didn't see us doing any real damage for a number of reason that I rather keep to myself. I'm done trying to feel sorry for leaving. I chose a team that has had success not an almost made it team. I didn't come here to argue. I just feel bad that fusion didn't leave for EnVyUs when he had the chance on MW3, but I'm glad that I didn't make that same mistake. See you guys in league play.
  2. I should've handled leaving the team in a more appropriate manner, but there really isn't a good way to leave a team without dissing them. I'm sorry to everyone of Fly Society, but I feel that my chances at succeeding in the COD scene are better with Influence. It sucks because I got love for everyone on Fs, but at the end of the day I have to make the best possible decision for me. Hope you guys find a good replacement, and I wish you guys much success.
  3. I would like to inform everyone that I will no longer be apart of Team Fly Society. This is a great team, and even without me they'll be a force in the COD community.
  4. Fly Society Rise! We will be ready. Black Ops 2.
  5. Yeah definitely, just curious who are you doing the 4v4 with?
  6. Yeah! Bazerk and I will be there.
  7. I just want to clearly explain, and hopefully clear things up for the people who are confused on how much time we put into the team. "Truthfully, not that much…close to zero" I should've chosen my words a little bit more carefully because I feel my words are being misconstrued. The reason I said "close to zero" is because on certain days we don't play at all. We don't have a schedule like we will for black ops. Depending on what everyone is doing on a certain day, than that's how much time we'll play.
  8. How long have you been playing competitively? I've been playing competitively since I was thirteen years old. I first got into the competitive scene when I bought my first call of duty game "COD4" known as the best competitive call of duty game by most competitive gamers. I started with gamebattles as most pros have, and generally moved on to every call of duty game as they were released. I started playing professionally when MLG announced that MW2 was going to be on the circuit for PS3. Yes, I am one of many players that started out on ps3 and have since made the switch over to xbox. How many hours during the week do you play CoD? Nowadays I don't play very much unless there is a local lan event nearby, at the most I game around two hours every day. There isn't really much to play for since call of duty isn't on the circuit, and their aren't any big events. I need an incentive to actually put in time, and effort into playing video games. How many hours during the week do you dedicate towards reviewing gameplay and major tournaments? At the present time, not that much time. I do enjoying watching game play, but with call of duty not being on the circuit, and with my lack of intrest in another games I don't watch a lot of videos regarding any games. How many hours during the week do you play CoD as a team? Truthfully, not that much time...close to zero. We do play GB matches from time to time, but don't take it as serious as when there is something worth playing for, like an MLG event or any big tournament involving a cash prize. What are your latest tournament results? Other than winning a couple local lans for MW3, there isn't really any big tournaments that I can post since MW3 hasn't had much luck on the competitive side of things. Hopefully that will change with black ops 2. What is your next online event? LAN? I'll actually be attending the PrimeTimeGamers lan this month with my teammate Bazerk. I'm looking to attend big events once Black Ops 2 is released. Have you attended any national events? Unfortunately, no. However, I do hope that I can compete in a big event for Black Ops 2. Are you shy around people you don't know? Eh, not really. I like meeting, and interacting with new people. Especially my fellow gamers. If you've been sponsored before, who was your best sponsor? Why? Yes, I've actually been sponsored by vVv Gaming! I believe we represented vVv for the Socom 4 $20,000 tournament in which we placed 3rd place, winning $3,000. Why are you no longer with them? Well it's not that we aren't with vVv Gaming anymore, but there hasn't been in opportunity for us to represent them since MW3 didn't go on the MLG circuit this year. What was your worst sponsor? Why? I really can't add anyone to the "Worst sponsor" list because the few sponsors that have supported me have been very generous, and there isn't really anything bad I can say about them. What do you hope to achieve as a player for vVv Gaming? I just hope I can represent this organization to the best of my ability, and hopefully accomplish many things as a vVv player. Who do you see as your toughest competition? Anyone who doesn't have the vVv tag. I respect everyone I play, and in the call of duty scene every team is a threat. Link to all social media sites used. https://twitter.com/Cau7eD What does being a professional gamer mean to you? It means having the ability to enjoy a game you like while playing it at the highest level. Also, making the extra income. How do you think you can improve as a player? As a member of the eSports community? I think being more patient would help me not only in the video game world, but in the real world. There are lots of things that I've learned throughout playing video games competitively, but one is communication. Because that's the key to making good teams!

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