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Nifty
Nifty at CEVO S9 Pro.jpg
RETIRED
Background Information
NameNoah Francis
Country of BirthUSA United States
Competitive
RoleSupport
Social Media
[http://www.youtube.com/user/NiftyeSports NiftyeSports]
Team History
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ConqueRlogo std.png ConqueR??? 2014??? 2014
ELevate.Blacklogo std.png eLevate.Black??? 2014May 2014
Team eLevatelogo std.png Team eLevateMay 2014??? 2014

Noah "Nifty" Francis is a former North American Call of Duty player. He currently competes in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive at a semi-professional level.

Biography

Nifty started playing competitive Call of Duty when we was 15 years of age in Black Ops II. Not a lot is known about him before 2014.

Call of Duty: Ghosts

His first big break was when ConqueR picked him up at the end of 2013 for UMG Philadelphia. After not placing well, ConqueR dropped all of their players which left Nifty in search of a new team. He was then later picked up by Team eLevate to captain their eLevate.Black roster. In May of 2014, eLevate disbanded their Black and White roster and decided to stick to one roster. Nifty stayed with eLevate and became captain of the new eLevate roster alongside Gucci, Chino and former teammate eGo. A few days after eGo's pick up, due to not doing well in scrims, eGo announced what would be his short lasting retirement. As a result, Nifty got the pleasure of playing with the first European to compete on a North American team at a high level, MadCat. After not placing very well in online tournaments and LANs, eLevate decided to release Gucci, Chino and MadCat. This would leave Nifty looking for three new players to add to the eLevate line-up. After a few months with no success, Nifty found a new passion, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. He would stream it from time to time but eventually play more Counter-Strike than Call of Duty. With this, eLevate placed Nifty as a sub for the roster at the time. Soon Nifty left eLevate, in search of a new team to play CS:GO for. His next team would be Noble eSports.

Trivia

  • By the time he was 16 years old, Nifty has managed to accumulate more than 2,000+ YouTube subscriptions, over 2,000 Twitch followers and nearly 18,000 Twitter followers.
  • Played both Call of Duty and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive under Team eLevate

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