Ian "Enable" Wyatt is a retired player well known for his time with Status Quo. Since retiring from Halo, Enable has become a successful Call of Duty player. For information on his CoD career, visit his CoD Esports Wiki page.
Ian "Enable" Wyatt made his Professional Gaming debut in 2006. His team, Clutch Advantage finished top 32 at MLG Orlando 2006. The roster consisted of Anziety, Disturbed and Mazement. The trend of top 32 placings would continue for the 2007 season as Enable attended MLG Charlotte 2007 and MLG Meadowlands 2007.
Enable started the 2008 season at the MLG Meadowlands 2008 Opener with yet another top 32 placing. He joined Dynasty during the off-season and placed 17th with long time teammate Assault, ThuggishKilla and Tricks, at the MLG Meadowlands 2009 Opener. He continued to place well on Dynasty throughout 2009 with his best placing being 4th at MLG Anaheim 2009. The Dynasty roster consisted of APG, Destin and Tizoxic. In 2010, he joined Status Quo featuring Ace, Assault and Flamesword. This roster stayed together for 11 events and placed 2nd place at the MLG Dallas 2010 National Championship.
Status Quo followed up their 2nd place Halo 3 performance with a win at the first MLG Halo Reach event. MLG Dallas 2011 Opener was the first win for the Status Quo roster after 5 previous attempts. Status Quo stayed in the top 8 throughout the 2011 season. Eventually Ace and Assault were replaced by Snakebite and Royal 2 for the MLG Columbus 2012 Opener. This Status Quo line-up took 1st place, giving Enable his 2nd major MLG victory in Halo Reach.
Enable is the second player to win a major event in both Halo and Call of Duty. He earned this distinction on May 3, 2015 when he won ESWC Zénith 2015 as a member of OpTic Gaming.
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