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Chuck Dewland
June 19, 1991
Approx. Total Earnings:

Chuck "Cdew" Dewland is a professional World of Warcraft player who is currently playing for Method Orange.


Cdew started playing World of Warcraft in Vanilla, after his fiance’s dad introduced him to the game. He first hit the esports scene as 'Tenderloin' on Team Evil Geniuses at an ESL Extreme Masters III Global Final in March 2009.[1]. He made it to the North American Regionals that same year and placed third in the tournament.

In 2010, Cdew competed alongside Azael and Woundman for Evil Geniuses. The team placed first in the ESL Extreme Masters Season IV World Championship Finals.[2] Cdew also competed alongside Azael and Woundman for Evil Geniuses in 2010 Major League Gaming Pro Circuit Raleigh. The team placed second losing against NerdStomper Blue.

In 2012, Evil Geniuses brought in Talbadar to join Cdew and Azael. This was the first year that Cdew reached the Arena World Championship. The team placed fourth.[3]

Cdew continued as a first class World of Warcraft Arena player, returning to the 2014 Blizzcon World championships with Snutz and Venruki under the team name 3 Amigos.[4] The team placed third.

Cdew returned to the BlizzCon Finals in 2016 with team Method NA consisting of Snutz, Smexxin and Beanslayer. This was a hard fought tournament, however they lost to Splyce in the Grand Final, earning them second place.[5]

In April 2017, Method renamed Cdew’s team Method Reborn, and Smexxin was replaced with Samiyam.

In January of 2018, Method Reborn was disbanded, and Cdew formed a new team with Mes and Trill named Method Orange.



Chuck changed his brand from 'Tenderloin' to 'Cdew' in 2012.


  • 2016 World of Warcraft Arena Finalist
  • 2016 World of Warcraft North America Regional Champion
  • 2014 World of Warcraft Arena Semi-Finalist
  • 2010 Intel® Extreme Masters IV - World Championship Champion
  • 2010 Major League Gaming Pro Circuit Raleigh Finalist


Date Placement Tier Tournament Team Results Prize
2018-04-01 A77 - 8th A2Major 2018 Spring Finals 1 : 3 $2,000
2017-09-10 A55 - 6th A2Major North American Championship Finals 2017 1 : 3 $5,000
2017-07-16 A44th A7Qualifier Method NA Major 1 : 3 $800
2017-06-10 A44th A7Qualifier North America - Arena Cup #3 2 : 3 $500
2017-05-28 A11st A5Monthly GCDTV NA May Clash 3 : 0 $1,140.6
2017-05-14 A44th A7Qualifier North America - Arena Cup #2 1 : 3 $500
2017-04-23 A11st A5Monthly GCDTV NA April Clash 3 : 1 $1,140
2016-11-05 A22nd A1Premier Arena World Championship 2016 3 : 4 $50,000
2016-10-09 A11st A2Major American Regional Championship 2016 $50,000
2014-11-08 A33 - 4th A1Premier Arena World Championship 2014 $20,000
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