Call of Duty Esports Wiki
Advertisement
Call of Duty Esports Wiki
Shotzzy
Shotzzy CDL 2020.png
Background Information
NameAnthony Cuevas-Castro
Country of Birth
United States
BirthdayJuly 4, 2001 (age 20)
Residency
NA
North America
Competitive
TeamDallas Empirelogo std.pngDAL Empire
RolePlayer
InputController
PlatformPC
Social Media & Links
Infobox CDL Player Pagelogo std.png
Infobox Twitchlogo std.png
Infobox Twitterlogo std.png
Infobox Youtubelogo std.png
Infobox GameBattleslogo std.png
Infobox halologo std.png

Anthony "Shotzzy" Cuevas-Castro is a Call of Duty esports player, currently a player for Dallas Empire. He is a 2020 Call of Duty World Champion, 2020 season MVP, and a 2018 Halo World Champion.

Team History

Combine Role Swaps:Yes|No
Dates:Approx|Exact
TeamStartEnd
NA
Splycelogo std.pngSplyce BlackOct 20182018-10-11[2]Oct 20192019-10-15[1]1yr 4d
ejel
CDL
Dallas Empirelogo std.pngDAL EmpireOct 20192019-10-15[4]Present2yr 12d
ej
TeamStartEnd
NA
Splycelogo std.pngSplyce BlackOct 20182018-10-11[2]Oct 20192019-10-15[1]1yr 4d
ejel
CDL
Dallas Empirelogo std.pngDAL EmpireOct 20192019-10-15[4]Present2yr 12d
ej

News

2018

NA
Splycelogo std.pngSPY BOctober 11, Eco, Renegade, Shotzzy, and StelluR join. Shotzzy is inactive until he's 18.[2][3]

2019

NA
Splycelogo std.pngSPY BOctober 15, Shotzzy leaves.[1]
CDL
Dallas Empirelogo std.pngDALOctober 15, Shotzzy joins.[4]

2020

CDL
August 23, Shotzzy is awarded the Call of Duty League 2020 MVP.
CDL
August 29, Arcitys, Shotzzy, Octane, Simp, and Envoy are selected as the SCUF Team of the Year.[5]
CDL
Dallas Empirelogo std.pngDALSeptember 4, C6, Huke, iLLeY, and Shotzzy will remain with the team for 2021.[6]
CDL
Dallas Empirelogo std.pngDALSeptember 9, C6, Clayster, Huke, iLLeY, and Shotzzy's contracts are extended.[7]

2021

CDL
Dallas Empirelogo std.pngDALSeptember 1, C6, iLLeY, Shotzzy, and Vivid's contracts are extended.[8]

Biography[]

Pre Modern Warfare[]

Shotzzy was a Halo World Champion before he began competing in Call of Duty. He transitioned games in fall 2018 since HCS had stopped supported Halo events until Infinite released in 2021. During Black Ops 4, Shotzzy began competing in online tournaments until he turned 18 in June 2019. With a pickup team he placed Top 48 at the CWL Amateur Finals 2019 but was known as a player with a ton of potential going into franchising.

Modern Warfare[]

During the week of October 14, Shotzzy joined Dallas Empire along with Clayster, iLLeY, Huke, and Crimsix.

After dominating the early preseason online tournaments, Dallas entered Launch Weekend as one of the top teams. Their dominance did not directly translate over to LAN as they were defeated by Chicago Huntsmen and Atlanta FaZe in their two matches. Despite those teams being two of the other top three teams, Dallas was already being nicknamed as "onliners". They silenced some of those doubters by defeating crowd favorites London Royal Ravens and making the grand finals of London in Week 2 but ultimately fell to Chicago Huntsmen again. In Week 4, they showed up and proved they were a top team. After losing to Atlanta, they beat Florida Mutineers to get out of groups, and then took down OGLA and Minnesota RØKKR to give Huke, iLLeY, and Shotzzy their first major Call of Duty championship. After an extended break due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, Empire returned in Week 5 for their home series. They got out of groups easily but lost to Minnesota RØKKR in the rematch of the previous grand final. Week 6 would be the Empire's most impressive performance yet. They beat Chicago and Atlanta in the bracket to claim their second championship.

The team had nearly two months off before returning for Week 9, where they made it out of the losers bracket in their group following a loss to FaZe. In a game 5 round 11, they fell to eventual champions Florida Mutineers in the semifinal. Week 10, brought another semifinal appearance but as a second seed after losing to Florida Mutineers in the group stage. They lost to Atlanta FaZe 3-2. Dallas finally claimed the throne again with a victory in the London Home Series. It would be the most dominant win by any team to date as they finished with a 12-1 map count. In the final week, Dallas made another semifinal appearance but fell to home series hosts Toronto Ultra in the semifinal. That loss cemented their #2 finish in the season with 250 CDL Points.

Dallas started the Call of Duty League Championship 2020 in Winners Round 3 where they beat Toronto Ultra 3-2. The Empire then beat Atlanta FaZe 3-2 in the Winners Final. In the Grand Final, they beat Atlanta FaZe again, this time 5-1 to win the first ever Call of Duty League Championship. This win gave Clayster and C6 both three World Championship rings while Huke, iLLeY, and Shotzzy got their first.

Trivia[]

Achievements[]

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Minimum place
Tournament tier
Shotzzy Tournament Results
DatePlPrizeEventRoster
2021-10-227 - 8 Ridge Wallet Off-Season Series Modern Warfare Pro ModLogo std.pngSEBA Sebas •  Shotzzy •  SuperEvan •  Lumenate •  ExoGhost
2021-10-2012 The Last Dance in Verdansk Qualifier #1Logo std.pngPIEM Pieman •  Shotzzy
2021-10-131$ 5,000$ 5,000$ 5,000 Ridge Wallet Off-Season Series Modern Warfare VariantLogo std.pngDASH Dashy •  Cellium •  iLLeY •  Shotzzy
2021-10-085 OpTic Chicago 100K Warzone InvitationalLogo std.pngSHOT Shotzzy •  FeLo •  Pieman
2021-08-223$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 300,000 Call of Duty League Championship 2021Dallas Empirelogo std.pngDAL Shotzzy •  iLLeY •  C6 •  Vivid Rambo
2021-08-183 Call of Duty League 2021Dallas Empirelogo std.pngDAL Shotzzy •  iLLeY •  C6 •  Vivid FeLo Rambo
2021-08-014$ 40,000$ 40,000$ 40,000 Call of Duty League 2021 - Stage 5 MajorDallas Empirelogo std.pngDAL Shotzzy •  iLLeY •  C6 •  Vivid Rambo
2021-07-251 - 2 Call of Duty League 2021 - Stage 5Dallas Empirelogo std.pngDAL Shotzzy •  iLLeY •  C6 •  Vivid Rambo
2021-06-202$ 120,000$ 120,000$ 120,000 Call of Duty League 2021 - Stage 4 MajorDallas Empirelogo std.pngDAL Shotzzy •  iLLeY •  C6 •  Vivid Rambo
2021-06-135 - 6 Call of Duty League 2021 - Stage 4Dallas Empirelogo std.pngDAL Shotzzy •  iLLeY •  C6 •  Vivid Rambo
Total Prize:USD 465,000

Media[]

  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
  • 2021

Post-Match Interviews

DateTournamentMatchLink
2021-08-19Call of Duty League Championship 2021
DALDallas Empirelogo std.png
vs
Minnesota RØKKRlogo std.pngMIN
Link
2021-07-25Call of Duty League 2021 - Stage 5
DALDallas Empirelogo std.png
vs
Toronto Ultralogo std.pngTOR
Link
2021-07-18Call of Duty League 2021 - Stage 5
DALDallas Empirelogo std.png
vs
Minnesota RØKKRlogo std.pngMIN
Link
2021-06-19Call of Duty League 2021 - Stage 4 Major
DALDallas Empirelogo std.png
vs
New York Sublinerslogo std.pngNY
Link
2021-06-12Call of Duty League 2021 - Stage 4
DALDallas Empirelogo std.png
vs
Florida Mutineerslogo std.pngFLA
Link
2021-06-03Call of Duty League 2021 - Stage 4
DALDallas Empirelogo std.png
vs
Los Angeles Guerrillaslogo std.pngLAG
Link
2021-04-09Call of Duty League 2021 - Stage 2 Major
MINMinnesota RØKKRlogo std.png
vs
Dallas Empirelogo std.pngDAL
Link
2021-04-01Call of Duty League 2021 - Stage 2
DALDallas Empirelogo std.png
vs
Florida Mutineerslogo std.pngFLA
Link
2021-03-25Call of Duty League 2021 - Stage 2
DALDallas Empirelogo std.png
vs
Paris Legionlogo std.pngPAR
Link
2021-02-28Call of Duty League 2021 - Stage 1
DALDallas Empirelogo std.png
vs
Los Angeles Thieveslogo std.pngLAT
Link
2020-07-17Call of Duty League 2020 Week 12 - London
PARParis Legionlogo std.png
vs
Dallas Empirelogo std.pngDAL
Link
2020-06-21Call of Duty League 2020 Week 10 - Paris
DALDallas Empirelogo std.png
vs
London Royal Ravenslogo std.pngLDN
Link
2020-06-19Call of Duty League 2020 Week 10 - Paris
DALDallas Empirelogo std.png
vs
London Royal Ravenslogo std.pngLDN
Link
2020-02-09Call of Duty League 2020 Week 2 - London
DALDallas Empirelogo std.png
vs
Seattle Surgelogo std.pngSEA
Link

Gallery[]

Redirects

The following pages redirect here:

No results found

References

Advertisement