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Mohamed "Kero" Danso is a Call of Duty esports player, previously a flex player for WySix Team.
Kero has been a life long video game player and a big fan of First-Person-Shooter games, he started to play on Halo 3, then on Gears of War 2, to finish on Call of Duty: Black Ops. His skill at Modern Warfare 3 convinced him to start trying to play some online tournaments. Kero continued trying to compete online through the next several titles. At 17 he made the decision to focus on competitive Call of Duty.
Kero attended his first LAN in February 2015 at FCO Pro Amateur #3, alongside PasTeeK, Raidn and Scared and placing top 3.
Kero started to make a name for himself with some good placements on amateur LAN, the 1st was the FCO Pro Amateur #5 with Chucky, Jayz and KKirbyy under neVroze eSports where more than +50 teams attended he placing T2, after this event he joining Safe Gaming alongside rizK, Misa and Chucky. His only LAN with this squad would be the SFCO Pro Amateur #6 where they would end up with a T3 finish. The team split up and Kero joined Reward.
Black Ops 3
At the start of Black Ops 3 Kero made the SFCO PS4 BOIII 1 with a pickup team alongside Chucky, Gump and MysTK under AneVia Gaming, they will surprise everyone by beating FAB Games eSports 3-2 in the Winner's Semi-Finals. In March 2016 Kero joined ConverT eSport with SowerZ, Keppie and Harley. After a bad performance at EGL Open London 2016 the team split up. By the end of March, Kero along with Gump, Chucky and KKirbyy won the Gamers Assembly 2016 by winning successively in the Grand Final two best-of five against Supremacy , and take home a slot for the ESWC 2016 at Zenith of Paris. Following the tournament, Kero and his teammates announced that they were joining WySix eSport. After end up T16 at the Electronic Sports World Cup, losing 3-2 both times against Team Infused and Team Vitality, the team was so motivated, and they managed to win the Gfinity Summer Masters 2016 Qualifier 2. Three weeks later, the team travelled to London to take part in the Gfinity Summer Masters 2016. They faced Team Infused, Exertus eSports and Rival in Group B where they will finish 3rd. After Gfinity, Kero announced that he was no longer with WySix.
- His team WySix eSport made a comeback versus Supremacy to qualify for the ESWC 2016.
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