The Playoffs are finally here for Call Of Duty League 2020. 12 teams have battled it out to get planted in their respective seeds. Atlanta FaZe are top seeds, followed by Dallas and Florida. The seeding decides where each team will start in the Playoffs. Furthermore, the Playoffs will lead to the Championship Weekend where the winners will be decided.
The Playoffs will also see the declaration of the tournament’s MVP. Call of Duty League has nominated 5 MVPs from the 12 teams, namely, Shotzzy, Cellium, Skyz, SIMP, and Envoy.
Today, we are here to talk about 4 more potential MVP candidates. While the nominated MVP candidates are certainly worthy, here we will look at the most underrated players in the league.
4 underrated Call Of Duty League 2020 participants
Preston “Prestinni” Sanderson
Prestinni plays for the Chicago Huntsmen and has made it into the spotlight a few times. Before he joined the Huntsmen in May, Prestinni played for the Florida Mutineers. There, he’d teamed up with Arcitys, his twin brother.
In the New York Home Series, Prestinni made his presence felt with a 15-kill scorestreak. He often stacks up kills in such a manner in pub matches. Moreover, his snipes in S&D are always a treat to watch.
Watch this clip from a pro scrim and decide for yourself.
— Preston (@Prestinni) June 27, 2020
Tyler “aBeZy” Pharris
Abezy is an absolute beast of a player. Atlanta Faze have become the best team because of players like aBeZy. He is an absolute genius in S&D matches. Hitting every shot and running across maps to flank from behind, aBeZy is a treat to watch when it comes to predictive gameplay. That makes him one of the best S&D players in the League.
Watch the video below to see how he went on 10-kill scorestreak against Paris.
Anthony “Methodz” Zinny
This guy has been doing everything for Toronto Ultra, alone. Anyone who watched the Toronto Home Series finals could see Methodz is the reason why Ultra managed to win. He clutched up not once but twice in the same S&D map. And don’t forget this was against the current top seeds.
Also, Methodz is brilliant with the AR in respawns. He has consistently dropped 30+ bombs, throughout the League. He has featured in the Team of The Week by CDL multiple times. There is no way such a beautiful playmaker wouldn’t make our list.[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5BeYb8VoCQ]
Zack “Drazah” Jordan
The 19-year-old is another legend in the making. He plays an objective like no one else. A recent signing by Optic LA, the kid has shown how to win matches with an ‘objective only’ gameplay. Throughout the duration of the league, Drazah made some crucial trades and held Hardpoints like the most stubborn player ever. This guy deserves it for his clutch and objective gameplay.
— OpTic Gaming™ (@OpTicGaming) July 19, 2020
Well, that’s our list of the most underrated players in the League. The Playoffs are approaching and we recommend you watch out for these players.
The CDL Playoffs begin August 19.