Call of Duty streamer and host TeePee joins Envy Gaming
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Popular Call of Duty: Warzone streamer and Call of Duty League host Tyler “TeePee” Polchow has joined Envy Gaming’s growing lineup of content creators. The streamer returns to Envy after playing on the team’s Call of Duty roster as recently as 2016.

After spending over a year without an organization, TeePee now joins one of the most prestigious in the industry. Envy Gaming has made it a point to invest in growing content creators in recent months. The organization has signed the Botez sisters, BobbyPoff and now TeePee since late 2020.

TeePee joins Envy Gaming’s lineup of creators

TeePee has been involved in the Call of Duty scene for over a decade. Originally a player, he was a part of the legendary compLexity roster that won the world championship in Black Ops 2. However, after retiring in 2016, he’s mainly been a commentator, coach, host and streamer.

As of right now, TeePee mainly streams Warzone and hosts the CDL show “Hardpoints” with casters Merk and Maven. However, his main priority since he stopped coaching OpTic Gaming in 2019 has been streaming.

During this time, TeePee has grown his community exponentially. He currently has over 14,000 subscribers and 623,000 followers on Twitch, where he sees an average of around 7,000 viewers a day. He’s easily one of the biggest Call of Duty channels on the platform, which clearly attracted Envy Gaming.

The organization continues to grow its impressive lineup of content creators. Focusing more on the Call of Duty scene, Envy is now a premier destination for content surrounding the franchise. TeePee, like BobbyPoff, plans to hosts Warzone tournaments and other events with Envy directly involved.

TeePee will likely appear in content videos for the organization moving forward and he could also release merchandise in correlation with Envy. For the most part, however, the Call of Duty creator will continue to stream on Twitch and upload videos to YouTube.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.