13 time Call of Duty Champion BigTymer began his Call of Duty career in the midst of Call of Duty 4. Along with his team Xtravagant, BigTymer immediately became victorious with a first place standing at the MLG National Championship in 2009. The team continued to achieve top placements throughout the rest of the Call of Duty 4 season and into Modern Warfare 2.
BigTymer joined OpTic Gaming in 2011 where he earned 2nd place at the MLG 25k for Black Ops. The newly formed OpTic squad continued their top placements, earning 3rd place at MLG Dallas and 1st place at MLG Columbus. The team remained in a top 8 placement throughout the rest of the Black Ops season, however, changes were made during the appearance of Modern Warfare 3.
Now a part of apeX.North America, BigTymer continued delivering strong performances, not once falling beneath 1st place at competitions such as EGL 5, the Machinima Frag Cup III, and the UMG Classic in 2012. However he returned to OpTic Gaming to pull in even more top placements at EGL 7, 360Icons MW3 Farewell, and EGL 8.
The span of the Black Ops II season proved to be a bit more unpredictable. Along with OpTic, BigTymer never once dropped out of a top eight placement, including a 3rd place win at the Call of Duty Championship in 2013 where the team collected $30,000. The tail end of Black Ops 2 delivered more challenges for BigTymer and the team, including Gfinity 2 where the squad dropped to a 9th place standing.
BigTymer remained as an active player into the beginning of the Call of Duty: Ghosts season in 2014 before retiring to fill a vital coaching role for the team. He remains known as one of the most successful professional Call of Duty players of all time.