Cody Brock was born on November 7, 1994 in Terre Haute, Indiana. He now resides in Jacksonville, Florida. Cody began playing video games when he was four years old, mostly playing Super Nintendo games. His first Halo game was Halo 2, which is also his favorite from the series to this day.
JuicyFruit's first Halo tournament was Iron Games Chattanooga 2014, where he was a part of Team eLevate alongside Rage, Kountry and Snake. They placed 2nd. They then attended RTX 2014 with the same roster and placed 9-12th.
For HCS Season 1, JuicyFruit, Rage and Kountry joined AGENT.Paragon alongside Saintly and attended their first event. They would start off rough in round 1, falling 2-0 to Nighthawks, led by Stress. They would win one more round and then lose 2-1 to Prometheans, led by duo ContrA and PreDevoNator. They would place 9-12th at Iron Games Columbus 2014.
JuicyFruit was a member of SoaR Gaming alongside Hunter Jjx, WinntuR and SneakEBeaver and attempted to qualify for the Halo World Championship 2016. After placing well in multiple qualifiers, the team would play in Halo World Championship NA Regional Finals 2016. They were placed in Group D alongside Team Liquid, Astral Authority, and Renegades. They went 0-3 in their group, only taking one game from Astral Authority. The team finished in the top 16, failing to qualify for Worlds.
For the Summer Pro League, JuicyFruit initially joined Dream Team alongside veteran Prototype, Posey xR, and TireIron. After a poor 5th-8th placing in Qualifier #3, the team would drop JuicyFruit and Posey xR for duo Aries and JessePeace. 3 months later, JuicyFruit joined Soul eSports Red alongside veteran Gabriel, regional contender King Nick, and rising AM Falcated. Falcated would be dropped 2 days after forming and replaced with Munoz. The team showed prowess and as a result were invited to the Online Invitational Qualifier and placed in Group A as the #9 seed. The teams in their group were Team eLevate, Str8 Rippin and Enigma6 Group. Soul Red would play eLevate first, losing out in game 5 and falling to the losers'. Their next match would be a struggling Str8 Rippin, unable to take a game off Enigma6. Sure enough Soul Red was able to win the best of 7 4-1, knocking out the #16 seeded Str8. Afterwards Team eLevate had returned to finish the job on Soul Red, but JuicyFruit and crew had other plans. They would upset the #8 seed in a blazing 4-1 series and qualify for the Summer Qualifier invitational LAN. To determine seeding, they would still have to play E6 to finish out the tournament. They unfortunately would lose out, ending their run with a second place finish in Group A. For the Summer Qualifier, JuicyFruit and the squad would be placed in Groub B as the #7 seed alongside #2 seeded Team Allegiance, #6 seeded Team EnVyUs, and #3 seeded Team Liquid. They would play Team Allegiance first, being immediately 3-0d and sent to the losers' to play Liquid. It would make to be an intense series, as Soul Red would be able to take the roster to a crazy game 7, unfortunately losing out in the end. They would finish the event with 4th place in their group. On May 11th, three days later, Juicy Fruit was released from Soul eSports Red as a free agent.
On December 19th, 2016, JuicyFruit left Fly Society.
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