• JeRawockee

JeRawockee

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TBA
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J.R. Pacheco
United States
United States
July 1991
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J.R. "JeRawockee" Pacheco is a player for Sicker Than Yo Average. He is known for his history with this team as well as Adrenaline Rush.
Biography
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J.R. Pacheco was born on July 28, 1991. He is from Chicago, Illinois and currently resides in Conyers, Georgia. He began gaming at a very young age, playing games such as Red Alert, Call of Duty, The Sims, Rollercoaster Tycoon and others. His favorite Halo title is Halo 2.

Halo 3

In 2008, Sicker Than Yo Average was an online team consisting of JeRawockee as captain, Blaze, Alpha Strange, and luv hero. They had success online, placing first in competitive Gamebattles ladders. In 2010, JeRawockee, Blaze, and Alpha Strange needed a 4th player to fill out their team for events. They found Ryanoob, then known as "arealygoodnoob". Ryanoob and Alpha Strange "got into a huge argument" prior to the MLG Nashville 2010 Doritos Combine, resulting in Strange leaving the team and being replaced by Dubay. Nonetheless, JeRawockee and the squad, competing as Adrenaline Rush, finished 1st at the Combine, not dropping any games until the finals. At MLG Orlando 2010, Adrenaline Rush placed 14th, losing to Warriors in an 11-game series for top 12. Ryanoob would leave Adrenaline Rush at this point and be replaced by Krunchy leading to a 21st place finish at MLG Columbus 2010. Following the disappointing finish, JeRawockee and Blaze parted ways with Dubay and Krunchy and opted to team with Monix and Royal 2 for MLG Raleigh 2010, where they finished 15th, losing a 5 game series to Heaven and Earth. JeRawockee took a break after this event to vacation in the Phillipines.



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