Brandon "Sharp" Rodgers has been playing video games since he was 5 years old. Starting out with Mario Bros and Donkey Kong who would have thought he would have become a Pro Cod Player. Brandon did not get into competitive gaming until he was 10 years old with Halo 2 and Xbox Live.
From Starting clans and playing on Gamebattles he soon found himself playing CoD4 with Friends and Family. Through the years 2007-2008 he slowly progressed in the ladders of skill. By 2009 Brandon had his 1st Pro Placing winning the 2009 COD4 National Championship.
Ever since, he has been pro in every COD title winning thousands of dollars. Brandon has also started a youtube channel and a twitchtv stream where he has aquired Millions of views.
Jevon "Goonjar" Gooljar grew up in Mississauga, Ontario, when he was young he was in to playing basketball and wanted to just get better and better, he was greatly dedicated to become the best. When Jevon was about 9 years old the xbox 360 was released and he started competing with his uncle to see who was better, after a while Jevons mom finally bought him a xbox of his own he started playing public matches in Modern Warfare 2 but eventually that was too boring for him and with the release of Black ops 1 Jevon and a couple of his friends started playing SnD variant GB’s through out the whole game.
When that got boring for Jevon him and his friends decided they wanted to play something different so when Modern Warfare 3 was released they were introduced to MLG variant. They practiced and practiced and came 4th at their 1st local LAN as Donut Shop. After that Jevon wanted to just get better and better so after a couple months the 1st UGC Niagara came along and he placed 2nd and lost to Apex which for that LAN was Rambo, Merk, Proofy and Revan that’s where Jevon got noticed after that he was dedicated to become the best.
Goonjar has now rejoined Team Kaliber after the earlier release of Neslo. Jevon is now back with his team for the rest of the 2014 Season!
Jeremy "Neslo" Olsen has been playing competitve video games since he was around eleven years old. He participated in many Counter-Strike: 1.6 and Source leagues such as CAL, CEVO, and ESEA. He is an avid gamer, exploring the competitve gaming side of Fifa, Call of Duty, Quake, Counter-Strike, and Halo Reach. He found his niche in Call of Duty when the release of Black Ops 1 came out.
Neslo is known to work hard and infect his teamates with the same mentality so whatever team Jeremy is on gains that true competitve edge. Not many other players are as dedicated, self-willed and obtain the same amount of sticktoitveness. In his free time he loves to play Basketball and Football, being an avid Lakers and Cowboys fan.
He currently runs a sub machine gun for our team, filling in whatever hole is neccesary. He's been the latest addition to the team, and we cannot wait for what the future has in store for him.
Dylan "Theory" McGee was born May 27, 1993 in Oneida, New York. Dylan is currently attending school at Alfred State College and is completing a BA in Network Administration. Prior to getting into the eSports scene he was into Football, Baseball, Basketball and Golf heavily. He then learned that as a competitive person sports were huge in his life and that it is what drove him into the eSports scene. When he got his first Nintendo 64 you could tell that this was something of nature to him and that it could potentially play a huge roll in his life.
His first game competitively was Halo 2 then Halo 3 came out and his friends brought to his attention some small local tournaments for the game. He then went on to win 14 straight 2v2 Halo 3 tournaments with his friend. After competing in halo for a while his other friends showed him the Call of Duty series.
Once getting into Cod 4 he found Gamebattles.com. It was from there he played with current teammate Complex and they were one of the top teams on the hardcore ladder at the time. He then went to Modern Warfare 2 and created the team known as Static and they went on to place 4th, 6th and 7th in the MLG Online Ladders for Xbox 360 becoming a promising team moving into Black ops 1. Unfortunately the team split shortly after and he bounced from team to team placing in the Top19 in 5 of 6 MLG events. In Modern Warfare 3 he then joined/created Adversity and they went on to place 5th, 8th, 6th at 3 UMG events. After joining Team KaLiBeR Theory helped the team to many top placings through both Black Ops 2 and Ghosts. He left the team following a loss at CoD Champs, but rejoins the team to form the original Team KaLiBeR roster.