|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||August 2, 1996|
|Team Orbit NA||Apr 2015||May 2015|
|Team Orbit||May 2015||Dec 2015|
|Kinetic Empire||Dec 2015||Jan 2016|
|Cloud9||Jan 2016||Feb 2016|
|Counter Logic Gaming||Feb 2016||Jun 2016|
|Primed||Jun 2016||Jul 2016|
|compLexity Gaming||Jul 2016||Aug 2016|
|Livin The Dream||Aug 2016||Aug 2016|
|eUnited||Aug 016||Dec 2016|
|G2 Esports||Feb 2017||Mar 2017|
|Team Kaliber||May 2017||Aug 2018|
Accuracy (Real Name: Lamar Abedi) is an American CoD player who is currently a Substitute Player for Splyce.
Playing video games since a young age, Accuracy got his start in gaming with the Halo series on Xbox. Only playing for fun against his cousins and friends, he never even considered the competitive aspect of gaming. It wasn't until the famous Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare was released, and once he had the chance to try it out, he really found himself becoming a fan of the Call of Duty titles. Although competitive still did not interest him at the moment, he understood that he had talent for the game due to his dominating performance in public matches.
It was when Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 was launched, that he began to learn more about competitive scene; and he finally took a leap to begin playing in the competitive side of Call of Duty; to this day, he has yet to take a second to slow down in his rising career. Taking his inspiration of becoming the best, and the feeling of the adrenaline rush he would get when behind the controller during a competition, is what really lead Accuracy to practice and play, in the stride for success.
During his career he has played for a few different teams, for example: OvN, VT, HeXp, A4, TKO and Vs. It was while playing for TKO, where he and his placed 13th/16th at MLG Spring Championship and was finally beginning to be seen on a respectable level with many of the professional players. Most recently, Accuracy teamed with Sender, Diabolic and Twisted on aDversity but had to be released from the squad due to age restrictions for Call of Duty Championships.
- His favorite game is Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.