Call Of Duty League: Shotzzy Drops a 40 Bomb As Dallas Eye Faze Finale

Published 07/26/2020, 3:06 PM EDT


Drama, drama, and more drama unfolded last night on Toronto Ultra Home Series of the Call Of Duty League. Four teams stand eliminated in the first and second knockout rounds: Seattle Surge, Minnesota Rokkr, Florida Mutineers, and Chicago Huntsmen. Pushing on to the semis are Atlanta Faze, who face Optic Gaming, and Dallas Empire who will go up against Toronto Ultra.

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Many eye-catching moments occurred during those 10 heated matches between Group A and B. Take, for example, this snipe plus double pistol combo from Prestinni of the Chicago Huntsmen.

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Ultimately, though, the Chicago Huntsmen were humbled by Optic Gaming, 1-3. But the man who caught the most attention was Shotzzy, playing for Dallas. He dropped a 41-kill high on the first match with Florida Mutineers.

After losing to Atlanta Faze in the qualifier match 3-0, one can only expect so much when it comes to confidence. But Dallas would have none of that weak knee stuff. They powered their way through the Florida enemy lines, destroying them 3 to nothing.

Dallas lost three close matches to Atlanta and the 28-year-old team captain Clayster felt it was all on him.

“I was pretty disappointed in myself as a leader and as a shot caller for our team. If I have the trust of my teammates, and they are going to listen to what I say and not second guess it ever, then I have to call the right things. Not only that, I have to perform well while calling the right things”, the Dallas captain was heard speaking on the YouTube broadcast.

Clayster also showcased his disappointment vividly on Twitter, after his 9/20 K/D against Faze in the last match.

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Shotzzy, on the other hand, was brimming with positivity. Clayster being morally down, Empire’s comeback might have been a no-show,

“We were all telling him it was not his fault for about 10 minutes straight. He was saying things like ‘it was my fault, I’ll never do that again,’ but we told him if we lose, we lose as a team. It’s not just on him. From there we gathered and he was back to himself,” Shotzzy said on a phone interview with The Dallas Morning News.

The 19-year old’s team will face the hotshot Toronto Ultra team on Sunday. We can safely say they will want to close that out with a dominating win to earn a chance to clear some unfinished business with FaZe.

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Source Dallas news

Twitter- @CODLeague , @Clayster

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Avhinandan Chakraborty

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Avhinandan Chakraborty is an eSports author at EssentiallySports since August 2020. He is currently pursuing his Master's degree in English Literature from Calcutta University, and has been professionally writing since 2020. Ever since he was a child, he has been extremely passionate about online gaming and eSports, having played titles like GTA Vice City, FIFA, and IGI, among many others.

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