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|Birthday||March 3, 1989 (age 32)|
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Raymond "Rambo" Lussier is a Call of Duty esports player, currently the head coach and general manager for Dallas Empire. He is a 2020 World Champion coach. As a player, he was most known for his time on Xtravagant, OpTic Gaming, and Team Envy.
|IXI||September (approx.), Rambo and Whea7s join.|
|OG||March (approx.), IntaKe, NaDeSHoT, SiDRoC, and Vengeance join. BigTymeR, MerK, Rambo, and Scump leave.|
|apX.NA||March (approx.), BigTymeR, MerK, Rambo, and Scump join.|
|apX.NA||May 24, BigTymeR, MerK, Rambo, and Scump leave.|
|OG||May 24, BigTymeR, MerK, Rambo, and Scump rejoin.|
|OG||November 20, NaDeSHoT moves to starting roster. Rambo leaves.|
|RNX||December 12, Clayster, IntaKe, Parasite, and Rambo join.|
|ENVY||January 7, Rambo (Player to Coach) changes position.|
|ENVY||January 21, Rambo (Coach to Player) changes position. ProoFy leaves.|
|ENVY||April 14, Parasite joins. Rambo (Player to Coach) changes position.|
|ENVY||April 17, FoRePLayy, OGRE2, PHiZZURP and Rambo are drafted.|
|OG||July 11, BigTymeR, Bloodz, Fero and Rambo are drafted.|
|ENVY||November 29, Rambo (Coach) leaves.|
|SHG||November 29, Rambo (Competitive Systems Designer) joins.|
|SHG||February 20, Rambo (Competitive Systems Designer) leaves.|
|DAL||March 3, Rambo (Head Coach,General Manager) joins.|
Raymond started playing games in general since he was very little. He actually started out with his grandmother on the NES:
"I started playing when I was very little with my grandmother on the Nintendo Entertainment System playing Super Mario Bros and Pacman. I progressed through all the Nintendo consoles up to the Nintendo 64. In 2007, I found out about Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, and I got really interested." He started competing and playing GameBattles with some friends, but then it progressed to being more serious. He started competing for money after watching the MLG National Championship 2008 from home. In 2009, he starting playing the PCL's possible in order to start attending events at the end of that year.
Rambo is one of the worlds most famous Call of Duty players, and during his career he has been playing for big teams such as OpTic Gaming and Team EnVyUs. He has been successful in every Call of Duty title, and he was able to secure a 2nd place finish at the Call of Duty Championship 2013 with Team EnVyUs, winning $50,000.
On January 7, 2014, Rambo announced via Twitter that he would be moving into a coaching role overseeing Team EnVyUs. It was announced after Scump had left OpTic Gaming to join the Team EnVyUs squad. Rambo assured everyone that this wasn't a retirement, it was merely taking a break and step back from playing and allowing him to create more content for his channels on YouTube & Twitch.
On November 29, 2014, it was announced that Rambo has joined Sledgehammer Games, in order to help consult and improve Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
On February 21, 2020, he left Sledgehammer Games in February 21, 2020.
- Rambo got his alias from the movie "Rambo".
- Rambo's favorite moment was Sunday of MLG Columbus 2011. It was his first event coming back after missing out on MLG Dallas 2011 due to sickness. He made the run from the losers bracket, all day long, to win the tournament.
- Rambo's favorite Call of Duty title is Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
- Rambo's first language is French.
- Rambo bowled for Youth team Canada for four straight years and placed 53rd at the 2008 World youth championships.
- Rambo finished second at two World Championships (2013 and 2014) as a player, before coaching Dallas Empire to a World Championship in 2020.
- Rambo won the CDL 2020 Mayor of Verdansk award.
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- June 30, Interview with nV Rambo Ray with Dexerto on YouTube
- August 11, Interview with @Rambo_nV of @TeamEnVyUs with Dexerto on YouTube
- March 3, We're excited to welcome Call of Duty esports legend @ramboray to the @DallasEmpire. by Dallas Empire on Twitter
- March 3, Welcome to the Dallas Empire our new General Manager! with Dallas Empire on YouTube
- March 3, Rambo named general manager and head coach of Dallas Empire by Justin Binkowski on Dot Esports
- March 3, Dallas Empire name Call of Duty legend Raymond Lussier as general manager, head coach by Sean Collins on The Dallas Morning News
- March 9, New Dallas Empire coach ‘a voice of reasoning’ during team’s championship run by Sean Collins on The Dallas Morning News
- March 20, CENSOR Starting for SUBLINERS? | Interview w/ Ramboray by LandO on YouTube
- March 27, Coronavirus and CDL Going Online - State of the Empire by Dallas Empire on YouTube
- April 3, Back to Practice - State of the Empire with RamboRay by Dallas Empire on YouTube
- April 12, RAMBO POST GAME INTERVIEW [DAL vs MIN 1-3] - DALLAS EMPIRE HOME SERIES with LandO on YouTube
- April 13, ESPN Esports Coaches Corner with Dallas Empire Head Coach Rambo with Arda Ocal on YouTube
- April 14, DALLAS HOME SERIES RECAP - STATE OF THE EMPIRE #3 by Dallas Empire on YouTube
- July 7, How to Coach a COD Team?! | CDL Coaches Round-Table Ft. Mr. X, Rambo, & Sender by Call of Duty League on YouTube
- July 13, The Coach's Corner - Dallas Empire Head Coach RamboRay - Preparing for Champs/Meta changes with Arda Ocal on YouTube
- July 13, Rambo on the new META, it’s impact on Dallas Empire with LandO on YouTube
- August 7, How Did One Win Change the Dallas Empire's Entire Season? — Ft. Clayster, Rambo, & Shotzzy by Call of Duty League on YouTube
- August 28, RamboRay Column: Our biggest threat is ourselves by Raymond Lussier on Dexerto
- August 31, Dallas Empire CDL Champions Press Conference: 4v4 Reaction, Favorite Moments, Legacy with ESPN on YouTube
- September 2, What's next for the Empire after dropping Clayster? - Coach's Corner with Dallas Empire's RamboRay with Arda Ocal on YouTube
- September 18, A New Addition to the Team?? - State of the Empire 17 by Dallas Empire on YouTube
- December 23, How to Go Pro in Call of Duty! | State of the Empire Ep. 19 by Dallas Empire on YouTube
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