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Tipsy

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Tipsy
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RETIRED
Background Information
NameVaughn Brown
Country of BirthUSA United States
Competitive
RoleOBJ
Social Media
Team History
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Vaughn "Tipsy" Brown is a former professional Call of Duty player in the USA United States. He is most known for his roles on Team JusTus, Team Curse, and Automatic Reload.

Biography

Black Ops 2

Vaughn "Tipsy" Brown has been around the competitive scene since Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, but would begin to make a name for himself during Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. At the beginning of the season, he would play on teams such as Dare, and after a top 16 placing with HeXp Gaming at the MLG Winter Championship, he would find himself on Team JusTus. Tipsy would finish 13th at UMG Dallas 2013, with the team, to tie his highest placement of the season.

Ghosts

Tipsy would stay on Justus going into the Call of Duty: Ghosts season. He, along with Chino, Gucci, and StuDyy, would surprise many by finishing 3rd at the MLG Fall Championship, turning many heads in his direction. The team would finishing 8th during the MLG CoD League Season 1, but would fall just short of qualifying for the Call of Duty Championship 2014, finishing in the top 12. During the flurry of roster changes, Tipsy would find himself on Team Curse for the MLG CoD League Season 2, along with Burns, Mochila, and Enable. The team would play well, finishing 5th and earning a spot in the championship bracket for the MLG Championship Anaheim. Labeled as an online team, Curse would be an underdog going into the tournament. After a first round loss to Denial, Curse would make a strong loser's bracket run, defeating FaZe Red, Epsilon eSports, and Team EnVyUs, before losing to TCM Gaming in the loser's bracket semifinals, and earning a 4th place finish. Tipsy and the rest of the roster would stay on Curse going into the MLG CoD League Season 3. Tipsy would have passport issues that would prevent him from attending Gfinity III meaning that Curse had to use Crowster as a fill in and they would finish 5th-8th. However, he did travel to UMG Dallas with the rest of Curse but even with their full roster they would come away with a disappointing finish of 7th-8th, crashing out at the hands of Optic Nation.

The Return

After playing for not that long during the Advanced Warfare season, Tipsy tried returning to the competitive Call of Duty scene. He is teamed with Burns, ColeChan, and Anticity on a pickup team under the name Happy Hour. After failing to qualify for the Call of Duty World League, he has decided to leave the scene once again.

Trivia

  • His favorite Call of Duty title is Modern Warfare 2.
  • His favorite moment was taking out several top teams at MLG Columbus 2014 such as OpTic Gaming, Team EnVyUs, Team Curse, TCM Gaming and Obey.
  • When his original nickname "Browny", which came from his last name "Brown", was taken on Xbox, they (Xbox) generated a new name: "Tipsybrowny". He eventually chose to only stick with "Tipsy" and he has stuck with it ever since.