|Name||James Chris Crowder|
|Country of Birth||United States|
James Crowder, also known as "Crowder", is a professional Call of Duty player for FaZe Clan and resides in the United States. He is well known for his 1 year tenures as the captain of both FaZe Clan and Denial eSports.
Black Ops and Modern Warfare 3
Replays started playing the Call of Duty series back in 2008 on Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare but took a long hiatus from the scene until Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. He picked things back up quite quickly though, placing extremely well in UMG events with aDversity and carried that returned success into Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. Starting with vVv Gaming alongside Realize, Theory, and Complex, they had solid placings at MLG Dallas 2013 and Call of Duty Championship 2013, and Replays decided to move to FaZe Clan with SpaceLy, Huhdle, and Slacked. The roster performed well, but was unable to make a name for themselves throughout the rest of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. This disappointing finishes would soon be forgotten as Replays entered Call of Duty: Ghosts, where he had his best placings to date.
Call of Duty Ghosts
Replays started off the season with FaZe to a T24 placing. As the captain, Replays thought a team change was necessary, so he built a new roster of himself, Classic, JKap, and Methodz going into UMG Philadelphia. They saw greater success here with a 7th place finish, bring compLexity, the reigning champions, to a Game 5 S&D. Going into the Call of Duty Championship 2014, Methodz was replaced by Proofy. The team had some huge plays, but eventually fell with a 6th place finish. Replays continued to captain FaZe throughout Ghosts until his team was dropped and replaced by the new FaZe Black. He was offered a spot on Denial with ZooMaa, Saints, and StuDyy, and saw great success with them, winning the first event they attended as a team, UMG Dallas. This success carried over to UMG Nashville 2014 where they placed 2nd. Regardless of their 5/6th placing at MLG CoD League Season 3 Playoffs, Replays and Denial finished the CoD Ghosts season strong.
- Replays has been a top tier competitor in the Call of Duty scene since 2008.
- Chris is actually his middle name, his first name is James.
- Replays' favorite Call of Duty is Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.
- His most memorable moment in his Call of Duty career is winning $100,000 at the Call of Duty Championship 2015 with Denial eSports.