Cody ‘KoDee’ Adam signs with Broken Alliance Gaming as Tekken 7 player
Tekken has definitely entered into eSports. Players are being signed to professional eSports teams right and left, and it’s great to see. Anakin and Speedkicks were signed to deals with Circa eSports, and now Cody ‘KoDee’ Adam has found himself a home as well – being signed to Broken Alliance Gaming.
BxA Gaming welcomes BxA KoDee as our newest Tekken 7 player
— Broken Alliance (@BxAGaming) July 8, 2016
Kodee, a North American player from Viera, Florida, is overwhelmingly hailed by many to be the best Mishima player in America.
Some of his most recent placements within the last year are:
- 4th at CEO 2016 | Tekken 7
- 5th at KIT 2016 | Tekken 7
- 1st at KIT 2016 | Tekken Tag Tournament 2
- 5th at NEC 16 | Tekken 7
- 2nd at NEC 16 | Tekken Tag Tournament 2
Check out this memorable grand finals match between Kodee and Fighting GM at KIT 2016.
BxA Gaming released the following statement:
BxA Gaming is pleased to welcome & introduce BxA KoDee as our newest Tekken 7 player. KoDee is joining our Fighting Games team alongside team members who compete in Killer Instinct, Mortal Kombat X, Street Fighter V. KoDee joins fellow Tekken 7 competitor BxA Relfex in representing BxA Gaming in the Tekken competitive scene. Please welcome KoDee to the BxA Family and follow him on Twitter: @kodeevu.
KoDee brings 10 years’ experience competing in Tekken. KoDee recently competed at CEO 2016 in Orlando, Florida and placed 4th in Tekken 7. In Tekken 7 he has also placed 5th at NEC in 2015 and 5th Place at KIT in 2016. In Tekken Tag Tournament 2 KoDee has placed 1st at KIT in 2016, 1st place at WinterBrawl 9 in 2015, 2nd place at KIT in 2015, 2nd place at NEC in 2015, 2nd place at NEC in 2014, 2nd place at TFC in 2014, 3rd place at CEO in 2015, 5th place at TFC in 2015, Top 16 at WinterBrawl 7, and Top 8 at KIT in 2014
When asked to provide an introduction KoDee shared “Greetings. I’ve been a gamer all my life and always had a special draw toward fighting games. However, when I heard there was an actual competitive scene for video games, I laughed and thought it was an absurd idea. Like the majority of people, you’ll find in the world, I thought it sounded ridiculous and again laughed when someone offered to help hone my natural fighting game abilities for a tournament. Now, after being introduced to the real competition and the real community, I’ve become one of the most traveled players in the history of American Tekken. I’ve competed throughout the United States as well as internationally. It’s safe to say I’m addicted to the competitive scene and am thankful for all it’s given me. I’m excited to be in the very first wave of Tekken players to wear the “BxA” tag and am ready to see it in FGC news headlines as we fight to dominate the competition. Come say hi if you see me out there — in the U.S. or throughout the world!”
We’re excited to work with KoDee, for the release of Tekken 7 and to watch him compete.
Thank you #BxAFam for all of your support
Chief Operating Officer of BxA Gaming