Dedo

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Dedo
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Background Information
Name: Kenneth Dedo
Country of Birth: USA United States
Birthday:
Competitive
Team: Cloud9 Eclipse
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UMG:
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Primary Role: Slayer
Previous Role(s):

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Media
YouTube: DedoKenneth
Livestream: Twitch
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reddit:
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Twitter: Dedo
Team History
FeaRlogo std.png Team FeaR
NVlogo std.png Team EnVyUs
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Logo std2.png MRKN eSports
VQlogo std.png VanQuish Gaming
SBlogo std.png Strictly Business
TKlogo std.png Team Kaliber
FaZe Blogo std.png FaZe Black
FaZelogo std.png FaZe Clan
Sep 2014 - Nov 2014 EGlogo std.png Evil Geniuses
Nov 2014 - ??? ??? FeaRlogo std.png Team FeaR
 ??? ???? - Apr 2015 SBlogo std.png Strictly Business
Apr 2015 - Oct 2015 ISologo std.png iSolation eSports
Oct 2015 - Feb 2016 E6 Glogo std.png Enigma6 Gold
Feb 2016 - Present C9Elogo std.png Cloud9 Eclipse
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Kenneth "Dedo" Dedo is a competitive player for Cloud9 Eclipse in the United States.

Biography

Call of Duty 4, Modern Warfare 2, and Black Ops

Kenneth "Dedo" Dedo got his start during the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare season with Revan on team eXceLLence. He would stay with this suqad throughout the season, and continuing through the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 season. Dedo would continue to improve as the season went on, eventually catching his break onto a major team. Going into the season, Dedo would find himself teaming with Moho on Team FeaR. He would place 8th at MLG Colombus, then would move on to EnVyUs. Here, he would find success, finishing in the top 8 at 4 events, including a 2nd place finish at the MLG National Championship.

Black Ops 2

Dedo would bounce between teams on , including MRKN, Team FeaR, and vanQuish. At UMG Atlanta, he would finish 8th with the MRKN squad, followed by a 8th place finish with Bad History at the MLG Pax Prime Invitational. He would find his only 1st place finish of the season with vanQuish at UMG Dallas.

Ghosts

Ken would stay with vQ heading into the Call of Duty: Ghosts season, and would finish 7th at MLG Columbus before leaving the team. He would then find himself on Strictly Business along with Censor, Apathy, and Saints. The squad would upset compLexity at the U.S. Regional Championships, and take a first place finish, and become one of the favored teams to win the Call of Duty Championship 2014. The team would continue to perform well, but would finish 4th at the biggest tournament of the year. After champs, Dedo would join Censor, Saints, and Formal as part of the newly formed FaZe Clan team, Faze Black. At UGC Niagara, the team would be forced to play with the pick up of Saintt, as Saints was unable to attend. Even with a pick up, the team still managed to earn a respectable 5th place finish. The team would be unable to attend X Games, but would earn a high seed at MLG Anaheim, earning a 1st round bye. However, the team would run into an Evil Geniuses squad that was out for blood, but the team would not recover, finishing in 5th/6th place. The team would then release Saints and Formal would leave, and pick up Apathy from Team Kaliber, and Parasite after his release from EnVyUs. This newly formed FaZe squad would be looking to first prove their talent across the atlantic at the Gfinity 3 event in London. Here they would play well, placing 3rd and taking away $5000, while Dedo himself was struggling physically feeling sick. However this did not show in his performance and the team went on back to the US to compete for their share of $20000 at UMG Dallas. Here they would not be able to continue their good form as they finished 9th-12th crashing out at the hands of Curse. After this event the team went through a large amount of turmoil with arguments online and Dedo was being heavily linked with a place at Evil Geniuses following Karma's decision to leave. FaZe and Evil Geniuses did organise the trade and Ken was off to Evil Geniuses in exchange for Karma. He will now be looking to help Evil Geniuses try and qualify for the LAN Playoffs of Season 3 of the MLG CoD League in order to compete for their share of $75,000.

Advanced Warfare

Heading into the Advanced Warfare season, the entire Evil Geniuses roster was released, leaving Dedo a free agent. Dedo would first join Team FeaR, who have a major history in gaming. The roster would not work, and Dedo would be released after a disappointing finish at MLG Columbus Open. Dedo would then join Strictly Business alongside Neslo, John, and Phizzurp. This roster would disband after COD Champs 2015, leaving Dedo to join iSolation Empire.

Trivia

  • Dedo got his first break in competitive Call of Duty after being apart of Team eXceLLence with Revan in Call of Duty 4 & Modern Warfare 2 before being picked up by FeaR
  • Dedo was 1 of 6 players to be apart of the compLexity/Evil Geniuses dynasty; winning a total of 1 event with/during this dynasty.

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