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Walshy
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Background Information
Name David Walsh
Country of Birth USA United States
Home State Michigan
Birthday June 23, 1984
Competitive
Region North America
Team
Xbox One ID www walshy com
Alternate IDs Hotshy
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YouTube WalshyCOM
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Facebook DaveWalsh
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Team History
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2004-2004 Logo std2.png Team FFA
2004-2004 Logo std2.png Domination
2005-2005 StKlogo std.png Shoot to Kill
2005 - Apr 2006 3Dlogo std.png Team 3D
Apr 2006 - Jul 2008 FBlogo std.png Final Boss
Jul 2008 - 2009 Inslogo std.png Instinct
2009-2011 Carbonlogo std.png Carbon
2011-2011 Ambushlogo std.png Ambush
2011-2011 TPlogo std.png Turning Point
Dec 2014 - Dec 2014 Str8logo std.png Str8 Rippin
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Dave "Walshy" Walsh is a former professional player and current eSports caster. He is most famous for his time on Final Boss (formerly known as Team 3D and StK) but he also had stints on teams such as Team FFA, Domination, Instinct, Carbon and Turning Point. He is currently a part of the Halo Championship Series broadcast team.

He is one of the most successful Halo players ever, having won 23 MLG tournaments.[1]

Biography

Dave Walsh was born on June 23, 1984. He is from Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Halo: CE

2003-04: Career beginnings

Walshy's Halo career began in early 2003, when he attended his first major Halo tournament, AGP 2, as a member of GV with Bighead, D-bo and Indoor Pool. The team finished only top 32, but Walshy turned heads with a top 8 placing in the FFA tournament. He then attended AGP 3 as a member of Psycho Soldiers with Biggy, Corrosion and DragonSpear. This time his team fared much better, finishing top 4, while Walshy won the FFA competition.

To kick off 2004, Walshy and Psycho Soldiers attended MLG Philadelphia, where they finished in the top 8. Walshy and two members then took part in the MLG Dallas 3v3 tournament, where they placed top 8 once again. Walshy then formed a new Psycho Soldiers squad consisting of himself, Csquared, Killer (not to be confused with KillerN) and Gintron. The new squad attended AGP 4, where they finished top 4 with Walshy again winning the FFA. Walshy and Gintron then left Psycho Soldiers to form Team FFA with KillerN and Zyos, a formidable squad of individually talented players, with the goal of taking down the Ogre twins and their dominant Shoot to Kill squad. Team FFA proved to be a success, defeating StK in the 4v4 events at both MLG Chicago and MLG Atlanta. However, it would be a short-lived squad, as Walshy and KillerN would then leave Team FFA to join up with Ogre1 and Ogre2, forming Team Domination. The team lived up to its name, winning MLG Seattle. Domination would take the next three MLG events off to compete in AGP. At AGP 5, Walshy swept the competitions, winning the 4v4 with Domination, the 2v2 with Ogre2, and the FFA competition. He nearly repeated the feat at AGP 6, but he and Ogre2 finished top 4 in the 2v2. Regardless, Walshy left AGP 6 having won their last four FFA tournaments. Walshy and Domination then returned to MLG for the New York National Championships, where they won the 4v4 to be crowned the first ever MLG National Champions, and Walshy won the 2v2 with Ogre1 to become the 2v2 National Champions.

Halo 2

2005: StK to Team 3D

In the off season between 2004 and 2005, KillerN left Domination and was replaced by Saiyan. The team then returned to the name of StK, short for Shoot to Kill. As StK, this roster won 5 Halo 2 events, four in MLG and one in AGP. StK then picked up a sponsorship from 3D, and changed its name accordingly to Team 3D. As Team 3D, they won another MLG event and a CPL event, giving Walshy a record 9 MLG events in a row, and 13 overall. Team 3D was finally defeated at MLG Philadelphia 2005, a controversial event due to the gametypes being exclusively Team Slayer, by Str8 Rippin, ending Walshy's historic streak. Though 3D lost in the Halo 2 event in Philadelphia, they also participated in the Halo: CE tournament at the same event and won.

After Philadelphia, Team 3D took the next few MLG events off and participated in two World Cyber Games 2v2 events. At the World Cyber Games USA 2005 event, Walshy teamed with Saiyan as "The Alley", where they were defeated in the finals by the Ogre twins. At the World Cyber Games Finals, Walshy and Saiyan were eliminated in the pool play round.

Following their WCG sabbatical, Team 3D returned to MLG as dominant as ever, winning the final four events of 2005, including the 2005 MLG New York National Championships, making Walshy and the Ogres back to back MLG National Halo 2 Champions.

2006: Final Boss

In 2006, Team 3D changed its name to Final Boss, and started the year off with the dominance that had become expected from them. They won the first four events of the year, putting them at a streak of eight straight event wins, but competition was forming. Str8 Rippin and the recently formed Carbon were both looking more and more like contenders with each event, and Carbon finally broke the wall with a team change, and defeated Final Boss in the finals at MLG Orlando 2006. Carbon went on to win the final three events of the year, including the 2006 MLG Las Vegas National Championships, marking the first time Walshy had lost consecutive MLG events since 2004.

2007: Addition of Strongside

After three straight losses, it was clear something had to change in Final Boss, so they made the decision to drop Saiyan in favor of Strongside. This pickup proved to be successful, as Final Boss won the first two events of 2007. They were again defeated by Carbon at MLG Dallas 2007, but came roaring back to win MLG Chicago 2007. Final Boss was again defeated, this time by Str8 Rippin, at MLG Orlando 2007, but they ended the season in prime form, defeating Carbon in the finals at the 2007 MLG Las Vegas National Championships to be crowned the final Halo 2 National Champions. After the Nationals, Final Boss attended one more MLG Halo 2 event, the MLG Canada Open, which they won.

Halo 3

2008: Dropped from Final Boss

Walshy's 23rd and final MLG event win came at MLG Meadowlands 2008 with the returning Final Boss roster. Despite winning the inaugural event, Final Boss struggled at the next two events, with 5th and 7th placings, and made the controversial decision to drop Walshy. Walshy then joined Instinct with Roy, Lunchbox and Soviet, and placed 2nd at the following event, defeating Final Boss in the process. Instinct then placed 5th at the next event, but took 2nd at the 2008 MLG Las Vegas National Championships.

2009: Instinct to Carbon

Walshy stayed with Instinct (which had replaced Soviet with Neighbor) for two more events, placing 2nd and 5th, before being dropped. He then joined Carbon with teammates Defy, Naded and Shockwav3, and again outplaced his old team at the next event, defeating them in the process to place 2nd at MLG Dallas 2009. Carbon closed the year out with 3rd place finishes at MLG Anaheim 2009 and the 2009 MLG Orlando National Championships, Walshy's lowest finish at a Nationals at that point.

2010: Struggles with Carbon

Walshy stayed on Carbon to start 2010, with Naded and the retiring Shockwav3 replaced by Best Man and Strongside. Carbon placed 11th at MLG Orlando 2010, Walshy's lowest ever placing, and 6th at MLG Columbus 2010 after replacing Strongside with Naded. They then replaced Best Man with SK for MLG Raleigh 2010, and Walshy "improved" on his personal worst with a 13th place finish. Despite replacing Defy and Naded with Chig and Soldier187, Carbon repeated their 13th placing at MLG Washington, D.C. 2010. However, despite having only one top 8 placing in 2010, Carbon managed to be one of the 8 teams to qualify for the 2010 MLG Dallas National Championships. They came out hot, taking a game from the extremely hot Final Boss squad in round 1, but still finished in 8th out of 8 teams to end Halo 3 on a low note for Walshy.

Halo: Reach

2011: Turning Point

Walshy had planned to attend MLG Dallas 2011 as a member of Carbon with LifeStyle, Russo and ScarVayne, but personal issues caused him to miss the event. Walshy returned at MLG Columbus 2011 on team Ambush with InSaiyan, Phaint and Russo, where he would place a career worst 25th. After his one event with Ambush, Walshy would form Turning Point with Mikwen, Best Man and Ninja. This team was an instant fan favorite. They started MLG Anaheim 2011 in the Open Bracket, and after fighting through the entire bracket, placed 7th. Adrenaline then replaced Best Man on Turning Point, and they placed 9th at MLG Raleigh 2011. For the final two events of 2011, Naded replaced Adrenaline, where they again placed 9th at MLG Orlando 2011, and 12th at the 2011 MLG Providence National Championships, Walshy's lowest ever placing at a Nationals. This turned out to be Walshy's final event as a competitor, as he would announce his retirement in March 2012.[2]

Casting

Walshy (right) in the casting booth with TheSimms.

Since retiring from competitive play, Walshy has become a popular caster for Halo events, as well as an occasional coach and a popular streamer, often streaming himself playing Halo: CE from the Master Chief Collection on Twitch. His first event as a caster was the MLG Winter Championship 2012. Walshy coached Str8 Rippin at the ESL MCC Launch Invitational in 2014. The 2nd place roster consisted of Roy, Ryanoob, Str8 Sick and Tsquared. In 2014, Walshy became a full-time caster for the Halo Championship Series, commentating at every event.

Trivia

  • Walshy is often referred to as Captain Clutch.
  • Walshy set the record for most consecutive MLG tournaments won (9).
  • Competed in SC2 at Red Bull Battlegrounds Detroit 2014.
  • Walshy was asked to join Str8 Rippin after being dropped from Final Boss in 2008 and only declined because he had previously promised Soviet that he'd team with him.[3]
  • Walshy had a dog named "Middy" that he named after the Halo 2 map Midship.

Team and Tournament History

Team Competition

Game End Date Event Place Team Prize Team Teammates (Coach)
Halo reach logo.png November 20, 2011 MLG Providence Championships 2011 B212th - TPlogo std.png Turning Point MikwenNinjaNaded
Halo reach logo.png October 16, 2011 MLG Orlando 2011 A99th - TPlogo std.png Turning Point MikwenNinjaNadedTiberiusAudley
Halo reach logo.png August 28, 2011 MLG Raleigh 2011 A99th - TPlogo std.png Turning Point MikwenNinjaAdrenaline
Halo reach logo.png July 21, 2011 MLG Anaheim 2011 A77th $2,000 TPlogo std.png Turning Point Best ManMikwenNinja
Halo reach logo.png June 5, 2011 MLG Columbus 2011 C525th - Ambushlogo std.png Ambush InSaiyanPhaintRusso
Halo 3 logo.png November 7, 2010 MLG Dallas Championships 2010 A88th $8,000 Carbonlogo std.png Carbon SKChigSoldier187
Halo 3 logo.png October 15, 2010 MLG Washington, D.C. 2010 B313th - Carbonlogo std.png Carbon SKChigSoldier187
Halo 3 logo.png August 29, 2010 MLG Raleigh 2010 B313th - Carbonlogo std.png Carbon DefyNadedSK
Halo 3 logo.png June 6, 2010 MLG Columbus 2010 A66th $2,800 Carbonlogo std.png Carbon DefyBest ManNaded
Halo 3 logo.png April 18, 2010 MLG Orlando 2010 B111th - Carbonlogo std.png Carbon DefyStrongsideBest Man
Halo 3 logo.png January 10, 2010 MLG Orlando Championships 2009 A33rd $40,000 Carbonlogo std.png Carbon Shockwav3DefyNaded
Halo 3 logo.png November 8, 2009 MLG Anaheim 2009 A33rd $8,000 Carbonlogo std.png Carbon Shockwav3DefyNaded
Halo 3 logo.png August 30, 2009 MLG Dallas 2009 A22nd $12,000 Carbonlogo std.png Carbon Shockwav3DefyNaded
Halo 3 logo.png June 7, 2009 MLG Columbus 2009 A55th $4,000 Inslogo std.png Instinct LunchboxRoyNeighbor
Halo 3 logo.png April 5, 2009 MLG Meadowlands 2009 A22nd $12,000 Inslogo std.png Instinct LunchboxRoyNeighbor
Halo 3 logo.png November 23, 2008 MLG Las Vegas Championships 2008 A22nd $60,000 Inslogo std.png Instinct LunchboxRoySoviet
Halo 3 logo.png October 5, 2008 MLG Dallas 2008 A55th $4,000 Inslogo std.png Instinct LunchboxRoySoviet
Halo 3 logo.png August 24, 2008 MLG Toronto 2008 A22nd $12,000 Inslogo std.png Instinct LunchboxRoySoviet
Halo 3 logo.png July 13, 2008 MLG Orlando 2008 A55th $4,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2StrongSideManTrain
Halo 3 logo.png June 15, 2008 MLG San Diego 2008 A77th $2,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2StrongSide
Halo 3 logo.png April 13, 2008 MLG Meadowlands 2008 A11st $20,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2StrongSide
Halo 2 logo.png November 4, 2007 MLG Canada Open 2007 A11st $20,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2StrongSide
Halo 2 logo.png October 14, 2007 MLG Las Vegas Championships 2007 A11st $100,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2StrongSide
Halo 2 logo.png September 23, 2007 MLG Orlando 2007 A22nd $12,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2StrongSideTupac
Halo 2 logo.png August 19, 2007 MLG Chicago 2007 A11st $20,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2StrongSideManTrain
Halo 2 logo.png July 22, 2007 MLG Dallas 2007 A22nd $12,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2StrongSideManTrain
Halo 2 logo.png June 10, 2007 MLG Meadowlands 2007 A11st $20,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2StrongSideManTrain
Halo 2 logo.png April 15, 2007 MLG Charlotte 2007 A11st $20,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2StrongSideManTrain
Halo 2 logo.png November 18, 2006 MLG Las Vegas Championships 2006 A22nd $50,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2SaiyanOGRE3
Halo 2 logo.png October 15, 2006 MLG New York Playoffs 2006 A22nd $20,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png August 27, 2006 MLG Orlando 2006 A22nd $8,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png July 23, 2006 MLG Chicago 2006 A11st $12,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png June 25, 2006 MLG Anaheim 2006 A11st $12,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png May 21, 2006 MLG Dallas 2006 A11st $12,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png April 23, 2006 MLG New York 2006 A11st $12,000 FBlogo std.png Final Boss OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png February 26, 2006 MLG New York Championships 2005 A11st $20,000 3Dlogo std.png Team 3D OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png December 18, 2005 MLG Chicago 2005 A11st $6,500 3Dlogo std.png Team 3D OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png November 27, 2005 MLG Atlanta 2005 A11st $6,500 3Dlogo std.png Team 3D OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png October 16, 2005 MLG Los Angeles 2005 A11st $6,500 3Dlogo std.png Team 3D OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png August 27, 2005 VGL Orlando 2005 A11st $10,000 3Dlogo std.png Team 3D OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png August 7, 2005 VGL New York 2005 A11st  ? 3Dlogo std.png Team 3D OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png July 31, 2005 MLG Philadelphia 2005 A22nd $1,500 3Dlogo std.png Team 3D OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 1 logo.png July 31, 2005 MLG Philadelphia 2005 A11st $1,000 3Dlogo std.png Team 3D OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png July 10, 2005 CPL Summer 2005 A11st $3,000 3Dlogo std.png Team 3D OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png June 26, 2005 MLG St. Louis 2005 A11st $2,500 3Dlogo std.png Team 3D OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png April 24, 2005 MLG Orlando 2005 A11st $2,500 StKlogo std.png Shoot to Kill OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png March 14, 2005 MLG Houston 2005 A11st $2,500 StKlogo std.png Shoot to Kill OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png March 6, 2005 AGP 7 A11st $4,000 StKlogo std.png Shoot to Kill OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png February 27, 2005 MLG San Francisco 2005 A11st $2,500 StKlogo std.png Shoot to Kill OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 2 logo.png January 30, 2005 MLG Washington, D.C. 2005 A11st $2,500 StKlogo std.png Shoot to Kill OGRE1OGRE2Saiyan
Halo 1 logo.png October 24, 2004 MLG New York Championships 2004 A11st  ? Logo std2.png Domination OGRE1OGRE2KillerN
Halo 1 logo.png September 26, 2004 AGP 6 A11st  ? Logo std2.png Domination OGRE1OGRE2KillerN
Halo 1 logo.png August 29, 2004 AGP 5 A11st  ? Logo std2.png Domination OGRE1OGRE2KillerN
Halo 1 logo.png August 22, 2004 MLG Seattle 2004 A11st  ? Logo std2.png Domination OGRE1OGRE2KillerN
Halo 1 logo.png July 25, 2004 MLG Atlanta 2004 A11st  ? Logo std2.png Team FFA GintronKillerNZyos
Halo 1 logo.png June 20, 2004 MLG Chicago 2004 A11st  ? Logo std2.png Team FFA GintronKillerNZyos
Halo 1 logo.png April 24, 2004 AGP 4 A33 - 4th $1,000 Logo std2.png Psycho Soldiers CsquaredGintronKiller
Halo 1 logo.png April 18, 2004 MLG Dallas 2004 A55 - 8th $405 Logo std2.png Psycho Soldiers ShizzDragoNSpeaR
Halo 1 logo.png February 22, 2004 MLG Philadelphia 2004 A55 - 8th - Logo std2.png Psycho Soldiers DragoNSpeaRCorosiOnBiggY
Halo 1 logo.png November 30, 2003 AGP 3 A33 - 4th $800 Logo std2.png Psycho Soldiers DragoNSpeaRCorosiOnBiggY
Halo 1 logo.png April 13, 2003 AGP 2 B717 - 32nd - Logo std2.png GV BigheadD-boIndoor Pool

2v2 Competition

Game End Date Event Place Team Prize Teammate
Halo 2 logo.png September 10, 2005 World Cyber Games USA 2005 A22nd $2,500 Saiyan
Halo 1 logo.png July 31, 2005 MLG Philadelphia 2005 A11st $500 OGRE1
Halo 1 logo.png October 24, 2004 MLG New York Championships 2004 A11st  ? OGRE1
Halo 1 logo.png September 26, 2004 AGP 6 A33 - 4th  ? OGRE2
Halo 1 logo.png August 29, 2004 AGP 5 A11st  ? OGRE2
Halo 1 logo.png August 22, 2004 MLG Seattle 2004 A33 - 4th  ? OGRE2
Halo 1 logo.png July 25, 2004 MLG Atlanta 2004 A33 - 4th  ? Gintron
Halo 1 logo.png June 20, 2004 MLG Chicago 2004 A33 - 4th  ? Gintron

FFA/1v1 Competition

Game End Date Event Place Prize
Halo 2 logo.png September 21, 2007 MLG Orlando 2007 A8< 8th -
Halo 2 logo.png August 19, 2007 MLG Chicago 2007 B010th -
Halo 2 logo.png July 22, 2007 MLG Dallas 2007 B919th -
Halo 2 logo.png June 10, 2007 MLG Meadowlands 2007 A8< 8th -
Halo 2 logo.png April 15, 2007 MLG Charlotte 2007 A77th $200
Halo 2 logo.png November 19, 2006 MLG Las Vegas Championships 2006 A33rd $3,000
Halo 2 logo.png October 15, 2006 MLG New York Playoffs 2006 A66th $500
Halo 2 logo.png June 25, 2006 MLG Anaheim 2006 A22nd $1,200
Halo 2 logo.png May 21, 2006 MLG Dallas 2006 A44th $500
Halo 2 logo.png April 23, 2006 MLG New York 2006 A8< 8th -
Halo 2 logo.png February 26, 2006 MLG New York Championships 2005 A44th $1,250
Halo 2 logo.png December 18, 2005 MLG Chicago 2005 A44th $200
Halo 2 logo.png November 27, 2005 MLG Atlanta 2005 A77 - 8th -
Halo 2 logo.png October 16, 2005 MLG Los Angeles 2005 A55 - 6th -
Halo 2 logo.png July 31, 2005 MLG Philadelphia 2005 D2< 32nd -
Halo 1 logo.png July 31, 2005 MLG Philadelphia 2005 A5<4th -
Halo 2 logo.png June 26, 2005 MLG St. Louis 2005 C121 - 24th -
Halo 2 logo.png April 24, 2005 MLG Orlando 2005 B111 - 12th -
Halo 2 logo.png March 14, 2005 MLG Houston 2005 A11st  ?
Halo 2 logo.png February 27, 2005 MLG San Francisco 2005 A22nd  ?
Halo 2 logo.png January 30, 2005 MLG Washington, D.C. 2005 B111 - 12th -
Halo 1 logo.png October 24, 2004 MLG New York Championships 2004 A55 - 6th -
Halo 1 logo.png September 26, 2004 AGP 6 A11st  ?
Halo 1 logo.png August 29, 2004 AGP 5 A11st  ?
Halo 1 logo.png August 22, 2004 MLG Seattle 2004 A33 - 4th  ?
Halo 1 logo.png July 25, 2004 MLG Atlanta 2004 A55 - 8th  ?
Halo 1 logo.png June 20, 2004 MLG Chicago 2004 A33 - 4th  ?
Halo 1 logo.png April 24, 2004 AGP 4 A11st $250
Halo 1 logo.png April 18, 2004 MLG Dallas 2004 A33 - 4th  ?
Halo 1 logo.png February 22, 2004 MLG Philadelphia 2004 A99 - 16th -
Halo 1 logo.png November 30, 2003 AGP 3 A11st $250
Halo 1 logo.png April 13, 2003 AGP 2 A55 - 8th $60

Coach

Game End Date Event Place Team Prize Team Roster
Halo 2a logo.png November 9, 2014 ESL MCC Launch Invitational A22nd $12,000 Str8logo std.png Str8 Rippin RyanoobRoyStr8 SicKTsquared

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References

  1. http://www.twitch.tv/walshy/profile
  2. http://www.majorleaguegaming.com/news/walshy-retires-will-commentate-halo-at-winter-championships/
  3. HaloHistory with Walshy and Roy on Twitch