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LlamaGod
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Background Information
NameDevin Tran
Country of BirthUSA United States
Birthday1997
Competitive
TeamMidnight Esports
RoleSlayer
Social Media
Team History
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Devin "Llama" Tran is a competitive player from the United States. He currently plays for Midnight Esports.

Biography

Beginnings

LlamaGod as he is commonly known as, burst onto the competitive scene by winning numerous Game-battles tournaments throughout Ghosts and Advanced Warfare. Originally considered an SnD warrior, he developed a strong Hardpoint game whilst teaming with Havok in respawn tournaments which soon caught the attention of established CoD pros, with whom he began to team with for online matches. His first major breakthrough came when he was invited to fill in for Team eLevate in March 2015 for a UMG 2k series. The squad finished 2nd overall and eventually lost in the final to a strong Optic team which featured Scump, Theory, Karma and Crimsix. Llama was instrumental along the way and his value to the squad was highlighted by a dominant performance during the defeat of Team EnVyUs as he topped the leaderboard in every map win during the match.

Advanced Warfare

Whilst still on the fringe of being a top professional, Llama's ability was recognised by his selection as a substitute for Rise Nation during the MLG Pro League CoD AW Season 2.

Black Ops 4

A former Gone Gaming player, now playing for Midnight Esports, alongside Brack, Parzelion, LlamaGod, and Envoy as they enter the 2019 CWL Pro League Qualifier.

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