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Maus

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Maus
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Background Information
Name: Lachlan James Caulfield
Country of Birth: Australia Australia
Birthday: January 21, 1994
Competitive
Team: Avant Garde
Role: Mid
Favorite Gods:    
Alternate IDs: Oenamaus
Social Media and Links
Twitter: Av_Maus
Team History
Jul 2015 - Sep 2015Ivorylogo std.png Ivory Gaming
Sep 2015 - Jan 2016INlogo std.png Integral Nation
Feb 2016 - Mar 2016Saucelogo std.png GetSauced
Mar 2016 - PresentAvlogo std.png Avant Garde

Lachlan James "Maus" Caulfield is an Australian SMITE player. He is currently playing mid for Avant Garde.

Biography

Maus played Call Of Duty on the PlayStation 4 before switching across to PC games in early 2014. In SMITE, he got into Ivory Gaming through kikiomeo and Wizzah recommending him. With Ivory, he competed in the OCE Pro League Qualifiers. He stayed on the lineup when it was acquired by Integral Nation.[1]

Trivia

  • His nickname is a reference to Doctore Oenamaus, a character from the tv show Spartacus
  • His favourite games are Super Smash Bros on Nintendo 64 and Warcraft on PC

Team and Tournament History

Date Place Event Team Teammates
2016-04-03 A44th OPLSeason3Logo.png Season 3 OPL Split 1 Avlogo std.png Avant Garde ElChucklesLiquidRenegadeRobdigidyTomahawk
2016-02-28 I1Q OPLSeason3Logo.png Season 3 OPL Split 1 Qualifiers Saucelogo std.png GetSauced ElChucklesLiquidRenegadeRobdigidyTomahawk
2015-10-31 A44th Oceania-spl-s2.png SPL Season 2 OCE Regionals INlogo std.png Integral Nation jak47FaunKeHRobdigidyTomahawk
2015-09-06 A66th Oceania-spl-s2.png SPL Season 2 OCE Pro League Ivorylogo std.png Ivory Gaming jak47SuppMeOffRobdigidyTomahawk

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