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Background Information
Name: Jordon Holloway
Country of Birth: United States USA
Team: Enigma6 Group
Role: AR Slayer
PSN ID: Jordon_General
XBL Gamertag: E6 General
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Team History
Feb 2015 - Mar 2015OSlogo std.png Onslaught eSports
Mar 2015 - PresentE6logo std.png Enigma6 Group
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Jordon "General" Holloway is a competitive Call of Duty player for Enigma6 Group in the United States.


Advanced Warfare

General’s first competitive tournament was a Michigan local playing along side of Moody, Steez & Input. They competed under the team name “Money Team”. General realized he wanted to make a career out of gaming. He soon teamed with Kade, MRuiz and ExiB on Onslaught eSports.

General decided to use his resources to help create a gaming organization. Enigma 6 (“E6”) Group was formed. In the spirit of its namesake, E6 is difficult to figure out - a “mystery” and the 6 is the military ideal of supporting those around you. E6 is not run like a business. They try to give other gamers a chance to pursue their dreams. General invests his own resources to provide a first class experience and the foundation to focus on your esports career.

At UMG California 2015, General and Enigma6 went through open bracket and pool play undefeated. They only lost in the Winner and Losers finals falling to OpTic Gaming and FaZe Clan. The following week Enigma6 would go on to win MES Detroit 20K. Winning the Grand Finals by defeating well-known professionals Goonjar, Parasite, ProoFy and Saints.

Black Ops III

With 3 members of Enigma6 Group under the age of 18, General and his team were limited with what events they could compete in. They continued to compete at non CWL events and successfully won those they competed in.



  • 2016
  • 2015

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