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|name = Tyler Hicks
 
|name = Tyler Hicks
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|team = Team Liquid
 
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|teamhist1 = Turning Point
 
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|teamdate1 = Oct 2011 - Sep 2011
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|teamhist2 = Gimme My Money
 
|teamhist2 = Gimme My Money
|teamdate2 = Mar 2012 - Mar 2012
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|teamdate2=Mar 2012 - Mar 2012
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|teamhist3 = Team eLevate
|teamdate3 = Nov 2014 - ''Present''
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}}[[Category:Coaches]][[Category:Personalities]]
Tyler "'''TiberiusAudley'''" Hicks is the coach of [[eLevate]].
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Tyler "'''TiberiusAudley'''" Hicks is an analyst and occasional coach for [[Team Liquid]]. He is a former coach, having coached teams such as [[Turning Point]] and [[Team eLevate]] in the past.
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==Biography==
 
==Biography==
Tyler "'''TiberiusAudley'''" Hicks is from Athens, Alabama. He grew up on games like Sim City and Mario Kart, before playing Japanese RPGs such as Suidoken 2. After thousands of hours on Diablo 2, he switched to Halo 2, which he played on an XBox borrowed from a friend. Audley first attended [[MLG Columbus 2011]] as a spectator, and then at [[MLG Orlando 2011]] he coached [[Turning Point]], with players [[Walshy]], [[Ninja]], [[Naded]], and [[Mikwen]]. The team finished 9th.
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Tyler Hicks is from Athens, Alabama. He grew up on games like Sim City and Mario Kart, before playing Japanese RPGs such as Suidoken 2. After thousands of hours on Diablo 2, he switched to Halo 2, which he played on an XBox borrowed from a friend. Audley's first live ''Halo'' event was as a spectator - [[MLG Columbus 2011]].
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===Halo: Reach===
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Audley's first coaching gig came at [[MLG Orlando 2011]], where he coached [[Turning Point]], consisting of [[Ninja]], [[Mikwen]], [[Walshy]] and [[Naded]]. The team finished 9th. Audley's next coaching gig was the [[MLG Winter Championship 2012]], where he coached [[Gimme My Money]] consisting of [[Elitest]], [[Aptitude]], [[Platinum]] and [[TheOnlyToxic]]. The team finished in the top 24.
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===Halo 2: Anniversary===
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Audley returned to coaching in 2015 at [[UGC St. Louis 2015]], where he coached [[Team eLevate]] consisting of [[Gabriel]], [[MuNoZ]], [[Shaffer]] and [[Spartan]]. They finished 7th.
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=== Halo 5: Guardians ===
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In late 2015, Audley got a job as [[Team Liquid]]'s analyst, acting as, in his words, a "practice coach" for the team. Audley coached Team Liquid at [[X Games Aspen 2016]], as Elamite was given a casting position.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
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===Interviews===
 
===Interviews===
 
====2014====
 
====2014====
* November 25th, [http://elevate.gg/articles/news/general/55/elevate-halos-return-an-interview-with-gabriel-and-munoz eLevate Halo's Return: An Interview with Gabriel and Munoz]
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* November 25, [http://elevate.gg/articles/news/general/55/elevate-halos-return-an-interview-with-gabriel-and-munoz eLevate Halo's Return: An Interview with Gabriel and Munoz]
   
 
===Articles===
 
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===Other===
 
===Other===
   
==External Links==
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==External links==
   
 
==References==
 
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Latest revision as of 12:23, 19 August 2020

TiberiusAudley
Unknown Infobox Image - Player.png
Background Information
NameTyler Hicks
Country of Birth
United States
Competitive
TeamTeam Liquidlogo std.pngTeam Liquid
Social Media & Links
Infobox Twitterlogo std.png
Team History
Oct 2011 - Sep 2011Turning Pointlogo std.pngTurning Point
Mar 2012 - Mar 2012Gimme My Moneylogo std.pngGimme My Money
Nov 2014 - Jan 2015Elevatelogo std.pngElevate
2015 - PresentTeam Liquidlogo std.pngTeam Liquid

Tyler "TiberiusAudley" Hicks is an analyst and occasional coach for Team Liquid. He is a former coach, having coached teams such as Turning Point and Team eLevate in the past.

Biography

Tyler Hicks is from Athens, Alabama. He grew up on games like Sim City and Mario Kart, before playing Japanese RPGs such as Suidoken 2. After thousands of hours on Diablo 2, he switched to Halo 2, which he played on an XBox borrowed from a friend. Audley's first live Halo event was as a spectator - MLG Columbus 2011.

Halo: Reach

Audley's first coaching gig came at MLG Orlando 2011, where he coached Turning Point, consisting of Ninja, Mikwen, Walshy and Naded. The team finished 9th. Audley's next coaching gig was the MLG Winter Championship 2012, where he coached Gimme My Money consisting of Elitest, Aptitude, Platinum and TheOnlyToxic. The team finished in the top 24.

Halo 2: Anniversary

Audley returned to coaching in 2015 at UGC St. Louis 2015, where he coached Team eLevate consisting of Gabriel, MuNoZ, Shaffer and Spartan. They finished 7th.

Halo 5: Guardians

In late 2015, Audley got a job as Team Liquid's analyst, acting as, in his words, a "practice coach" for the team. Audley coached Team Liquid at X Games Aspen 2016, as Elamite was given a casting position.

Trivia

  • Controller setup: Bumper Jumper, 4 Sens.
  • Owns the League of Legends parody twitter accounts @MonteCristo_Ego and @WesternLoLFan.
  • Spent more time in the 8v8 Big Team Battle playlist of Halo than any 4v4 version.
  • Favorite esports player is League of Legends player MakNooN.

Team and Tournament History

Game Event Place Team Teammates

External Content

Interviews

2014

Articles

Vlogs

Other

External links

References