|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||March 29, 1994|
|Prophecy||Feb 2015||Apr 2015|
|Automatic Reload||Apr 2015||May 2015|
|OpTic Nation||May 2015||Aug 2015|
|Thrust Nation||Sep 2015||Oct 2015|
|Cloud9||Dec 2015||Jan 2016|
|Velocity eSports||Feb 2016||Feb 2016|
|Cloud9||Feb 2016||May 2016|
|Team Lethal||Jun 2016||Jun 2016|
|Team Allegiance||Jul 2016||Apr 2017|
|3sUP||Jul 2017||Aug 2017|
|Next Threat||Nov 2017||Nov 2017|
|SoaR Gaming||Nov 2017||Dec 2017|
|eRa Eternity||Jan 2018||Jan 2018|
|Next Threat||Jan 2018||Feb 2018|
|Most Wanted||Feb 2018||Mar 2018|
|x25px Cyclone NA||Mar 2018||Apr 2018|
|Lethal Gaming||Apr 2018||May 2018|
|Team eLevate||Jun 2018||Jul 2018|
|WrangleR Gaming||Jul 2018||Aug 2018|
|Lightning Pandas||Aug 2018||Aug 2018|
Steve "Mochila" Canle is a professional Call of Duty player, who is currently a coach for Lightning Pandas.
Mochila is from San Antonio, Texas and started playing video games around the age of 15 playing Search and Destroy on Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Mochila's competitive career began with a few Top 8 placings at MLG events for Call of Duty: Black Ops, but afterwards he subsided to just playing matches on Gamebattles on occasion. However, it was UMG Philadelphia 2014 for Call of Duty: Ghosts where Mochila breathed new air into his competitive career, making an unprecedented run from the amateur bracket to placing 5th with his team eGirl Slayers. After this event Mochila and the eGirl Slayers were picked up by Curse, creating Curse's second team for Ghosts, Curse New York. After several roster and name changes on the Curse lineups, Mochila found himself on Curse's new flagship team, Curse Black.
- A close friend in real life showed him gamebattles and he thought it was fun.
- His favorite moment in his career is 1v2ing Force at nationals 5-5, map 11, for top 8 with 5 seconds left; he jumped out into the middle of the map and destroyed both of the opposing members left on their team.