|Country of Birth||Scotland|
|Birthday||January 12, 1994|
|SHARKS||??? 2011||??? 2011|
|Team Nightmare||??? 2011||??? 2011|
|Brutality||??? 2012||??? 2012|
|Team eNigma||??? 2012||??? 2012|
|TigerWare||??? 2012||??? 2012|
|x25px 4Kings||??? 2012||??? 2012|
|Vizion||??? 2012||??? 2012|
|Team Dignitas||??? 2012||??? 2012|
|Horizon||??? 2013||??? 2013|
|TCM-Gaming||Jun 2013||Nov 2014|
|Millenium||Nov 2014||Feb 2015|
|Team Infused||Mar 2015||Apr 2015|
|Team Vitality||Apr 2015||May 2015|
|Epsilon eSports||May 2015||Jul 2015|
|Team Infused||Jul 2015||Mar 2017|
|Millenium||Mar 2017||Jan 2018|
|GGEA Purple||Feb 2018||Apr 2018|
|Team Vitality||Apr 2018||May 2018|
|Splyce||Jun 2018||Aug 2019|
|Toronto Ultra||Aug 2019||Present|
Mark "MarkyB" Bryceland is a retired player from Scotland. He announced his retirement on May 24th, 2018. He's currently Strategic Coach for COD Toronto.
Mark Bryceland started playing video games when he was only a young boy on the Gameboy. That was his first taste of video game life. Gaming has always been a passion that Mark and his family enjoyed doing together, whether that was playing FIFA Football with his dad or beating his little sister at Super Mario Kart.
He got into competitive gaming through having that naturally competitive drive inside of him. He avidly competed in football and took it seriously. Mark had an Xbox and landed himself in a Gamebattles squad with school friends on Call of Duty 4. After winning games, Mark got hooked and felt the need to be the best.
- Mark's favourite iteration of the game is Call of Duty: World at War.
- His favourite career moment so far has been beating the World Champions Impact, OpTic Gaming and Team EnVyUs at Gfinity 1.
- Mark still resides in his hometown Glasgow in Scotland.