Team Tragedy Kavallo – Who is he?
Skyler “Kavallo” Bezzina is a 13-year-old prodigy when it comes to FPS titles. He’s very young and has tons of potential to make it big sometime in the future. He started with CS:GO and then went on to kick off his Warzone career at the beginning of 2021. Ironically, the first time he took part in a tournament was our very own EXEM Proving Grounds event. Here, he surprised everyone by winning the tournament alongside Brandsha and Anon. Despite winning, he states that he never had a properly established team but has played with friends as teammates.
We asked Kavallo a couple of questions to get his thoughts on the signing:
So Skyler, why did you decide to join Team Tragedy?
I joined the Team Tragedy squad because I think it is a really great opportunity for me as I am still very young and have a lot to learn. I have also received feedback that the overall Team Tragedy atmosphere is very friendly, and that’s exactly what I want to be a part of.
What do you think of your new teammates?
Looking at their results in previous tournaments made me realize that they are some insanely talented players. The only issue I have now is that I still haven’t gotten enough practice time with them, but I’m not worrying too much as team chemistry comes with time.
Any final thoughts moving forward?
I usually take gaming competitively, but sometimes I game casually. It really depends on my skill level in those games. However, in Warzone, I feel like I have reached a high skill level, and I’m trying to take it as competitive as possible while enjoying the most out of it.Skyler “Kavallo” Bezzina, Warzone player for Team Tragedy
Team Tragedy Kavallo – Concluding Thoughts
The Warzone competitive space is growing, and we cannot wait to see it continue to unfold in the months to come. Who knows, maybe we’ll get news that Valid Unit, VertX, Valk Alliance, or Elite Gaming have signed rosters of their own? In the end, we’ll have to wait and see how it all plays out. On our behalf, we wish Kavallo the very best of luck with his new team, and we’ll be sure to keep an eye out in their upcoming tournaments!