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Goonjar
TK Goonjar 2015 Winter.png
Background Information
NameJevon Gooljar-Lim
Country of BirthCanada Canada
BirthdayNovember 8, 1995(1995-11-08)
Competitive
TeamEvil Geniuses
RoleSupport
Social Media
Team History
TeamJoinLeft
DSlogo std.png Donut ShopCurrent
VVvlogo std.png vVv Gaming??? ????Jul 2013
TKlogo std.png Team KaliberJul 2013Dec 2013
NVlogo std.png Team EnVyUsDec 2013Jan 2014
TKlogo std.png Team KaliberJan 2014Jun 2015
Riselogo std.png Rise NationJun 2015Jul 2015
XGNlogo std.png XGN CompetitiveJul 2015Aug 2015
3sUPlogo std.png 3sUPAug 2015Aug 2015
U4Xlogo std.png U4X eSportsAug 2015Sep 2015
MWlogo std.png Most WantedSep 2015Sep 2015
NVlogo std.png Team EnVyUsSep 2015Oct 2015
TKlogo std.png Team KaliberOct 2015Apr 2016
CoLlogo std.png compLexity GamingApr 2016Jul 2016
TKlogo std.png Team KaliberAug 2016Oct 2017
Logo std2.png SaugaOct 2017Dec 2017
LPlogo std.png Lightning PandasDec 2017Oct 2018
EGlogo std.png Evil GeniusesOct 2018Present

Jevon "Goonjar" Gooljar-Lim is a professional Call of Duty player, who is playing for Evil Geniuses.

Biography

Beginnings

Jevon "Goonjar" Gooljar first started playing S&D variant GBs during Call of Duty: Black Ops. After the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Goonjar and his friends would begin to attend LAN events under the name of Donut Shop. His first major event with the team would be in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 at the MLG Winter Championship, where the team would finish in the top 10. However, Goonjar's breakout event would be the first UGC Niagara, where his team would finish 2nd overall, losing in the final to an Apex lineup of Rambo, Merk, Proofy, and Revan. After this event, Goonjar and his talents began to draw notice from larger organizations. He would play at the MLG Spring Championship under vVv Gaming, and finish with a respectable T8 placing.

The Next Level

Goonjar would get his big break early in the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 season from a newly formed Team Kaliber, with the roster consisting of himself, Sharp, Neslo, and Theory. The team would make a strong break out into the competitive scene, finishing 2nd in their first event at UMG Atlanta. Team Kaliber would continue to make noise during the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Season, attending MLG PAX Prime Invitational, Gfinity 2, UMG Dallas, and finishing 3rd, 3rd, and 4th respectively.

The Next Generation

Team Kaliber would continue to fall just short. They would finish 2nd at the first LAN event for Call of Duty: Ghosts, the MLG Fall Championship. After coming up just short against powerhouse Complexity once again, Goonjar would leave Team Kaliber to join his dream team Team EnVy to take the spot of Karma, who left to join Complexity. Goonjar would stay with Envy for just one event, UMG Philadelphia, where they would place a disappointing 10th. Goonjar would return to Team Kaliber for the U.S. Regionals and the Call Of Duty Championship 2014. The Roster, which now consisted of Goonjar, Sharp, Theory, and Formal, would place Top 16 at Champs, the lowest placing in the team's short history. Afterwards, Formal would leave the team and be replaced by Apathy. Using Madcat as a fill-in, the team would place 7th at UGC Niagara. Goonjar and friends would then receive an invite to the first MLG X Games Invitational. Here, Team Kaliber would finally break their curse and defeat Evil Geniuses, only to fall 1 map short to OpTic Gaming in the Grand Final. By placing 2nd, Goonjar and Team Kaliber would become the first Call of Duty silver medalists.

Trivia

  • During Black Ops 2, Goonjar is was commonly referred to as "PingJar".

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