|Country of Birth||United States|
|Home State||New York|
|Xbox One ID||Coby Swift|
|Alternate IDs|| Cobys2Fast|
|??? 2011 - ??? 2011||Reality Check|
|??? 2012 - ??? 2012||Legendary|
|Jan 2014 - Oct 2015||eX Black|
|Oct 2015 - Present||eXcellence Gaming|
Coby "Coby" Yamauchi, formerly known as "Cobys2Fast", is the captain of eXcellence Gaming.
Coby was a member of Reality Check alongside Suddoth1, Suddoth2 and PkBKidd for two events in 2011. They placed 29th at MLG Orlando 2011 and 22nd at MLG Providence 2011. At the MLG Winter Championship 2012, Coby played on Defiance alongside Furyyyy, Chaikuh and Wolfmayyne. They placed in the top 32.
Coby remained on Legendary for the beginning of the AGL era, teaming with Sargoth, Lunchbox and iGotUrPistola for AGL 3 Chicago. They finished 3rd. Legendary returned at AGL 5 Nashville with Coby, Sargoth, Lethul and a returning PreDevoNator. They finished outside of the top 8.
Halo 2: Anniversary
HCS Season 1
Coby did not compete in the Halo Championship Series until he joined the eXcellence Gaming organization as a member of eX Black alongside Wolfmayyne, SwiftKill and UnLegit. Their first tournament together was Gamers For Giving 2015, where they finished in the top 12, not enough to qualify for finals.
HCS Season 2
Coby, SwiftKill and UnLegit remained on the eXcellence roster to start HCS Season 2, with Spartan replacing Wolfmayyne, simply going by eXcellence at this point. They finished 9-12th at Iron Games Atlanta 2015 before replacing Spartan and SwiftKill with Frosty (not to be confused with the Frosty Coby teamed with at PAX Prime) and eL TowN. The new roster again finished 9-12th at HCS Indianapolis, and they qualified for the HCS Season 2 Finals as the 8th seed. At the finals, Coby and eXcellence had a top 8 finish.
- Named his gamertag after his idol Taylor Swift and is known to be her biggest fan by players.
- Due to a condition he was born with Coby uses a wheel chair with the inability to walk and takes pride in the matter.
Team and Tournament History
- Teen closing in on goal of going pro from The Davis Enterprise