Jordan "Reedy" Reed is a English Call of Duty player, who currently is a substitute for Epsilon Esports.
Reedy is the adaptive lynchpin of the team; running interference, playing the objective or making crucial frags as needed. Having played video games since the days of the venerable Nintendo 64, and the Call of Duty series itself since CoD4, there is no doubt that Reedy is a veteran of both the scene and the medium in general. Using his experience garnered from several wins and high placements, his goals of winning the most prestigious events whilst playing do not seem far out of reach. He has a fiery nature inside and outside of game which can both be an asset and hold him back. He has played for many top European teams including Epsilon eSports, Millenium, Exertus eSports, Team infused and BasiC.
Call Of Duty Ghosts was really the game where Reedy broke through into the European scene. Winning many online tournaments and placing high at prestigious European LAN events Reedy finally made a name for himself, placing 2nd at EGL 13 and a respectable 5th at ESWC 2014.
The Advanced Warfare season was a very successful time period for Reedy. Carrying through the momentum from high placements during Call Of Duty Ghosts he continued to impress many at high tier LAN events. He was under many top European organisations such as Epsilon eSports, Millenium & Team infused. A highlight of the year was winning the Gfinity European Pro League/CoD AW/Season 2/Premiership Division under Millenium. Under Millenium he teamed with Gotaga, since he had such a large following of fans pressure was high to deliver. A major down side however was being banned from attending Call Of Duty Championship 2015 after having a major altercation outside of the game with another player. Despite having already qualified with Team infused his chance of competing at the highest stage was taken away.
Going into Black Ops 3 Reedy announced he would be teaming with young gun Bance, Dominate and veteran Joshh whereby they would compete under Splyce. Splyce were invited to the Call Of Duty World League qualifier event in Cologne, Germany whereby they were able to qualify however not in convincing fashion, having a tough game with FAB to qualify. Despite qualifying Reedy was benched and was eventually traded to Epsilon eSports for upcoming player Hawqeh. He competed with Moose, long term team mate Rated and Joee with their main target to win the league. With very few LAN events at the start of Black Ops 3 the competition was wide open going into EGL Open London 2016 whereby Reedy and his team mates on Epsilon managed to place 2nd receiving $5000 between them. They managed to see off arch rivals and possible favorites of the tournament Millenium in the Semi-Finals winning 3-2 however were left disappointed at the end of the day after throwing away a 2-0 lead in the final to eventually lose 3-2 to Team infused.