Censor’s career in Call of Duty esports has been an up-and-down affair, to say the least. He found some success early on, but the last few years have been difficult, as he hasn’t really come close to winning a tournament over that span.
Discussing the topic with OpTic Gaming CEO Hector ‘H3CZ‘ Rodriguez, the YouTuber was posed with the question of which four players he would love to team with, with the goal being to win championships.
“I would take SlasheR number one,” he said. “Gunless if he liked me. He doesn’t like me in-game, but it terms of talent, Gunless. I would take Apathy, and I would take Karma.”
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“And you think you got the chops right there?” H3CZ asked.
“Many, many championships,” Censor answered.[ad name=”article3″]
To avoid potentially disrespecting anyone, Censor did not say who he’d have as their sixth man off the bench, although did bring up the fact that current Splyce star Huke was his sub on FaZe Clan.
“When I was captain of FaZe, and we won, I picked up Huke and he was my sub, because I knew he was so good,” he explained. “I have a knack for finding talent. And look at him now, he hasn’t won anything, which is surprising, but he’s one of the most talented players.”
CENSOR’S CALL OF DUTY DREAM TEAM
- Austin ‘SlasheR’ Liddicoat (100 Thieves)
- Peirce ‘Gunless’ Hillman (Team Envy)
- Bryan ‘Apathy’ Zhelyazkov (Evil Geniuses)
- Damon ‘Karma’ Barlow (OpTic Gaming)
Censor and H3CZ’s conversation can be viewed below, starting at the 12:06 mark for mobile users
Censor also had different reasons for why he would pick these players for his dream team. When it comes to Apathy and SlasheR, he has significant experience teaming with both superstars, including at the MLG Columbus Open in 2014, where their FaZe Clan team finished in first place.
As for Gunless and Karma, it comes down to pure talent, as both players have chiseled their names into CoD esports lore as being among the most proficient competitors.
Of course, teaming with these kinds of superstars may not be easy for the former compLexity Gaming pro, who has found it difficult to land with a star-studded roster since his days with FaZe.
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With franchising coming to CoD esports for next season, and beyond, he will have to work ahead and beyond everyone else if he is to prove that he belongs within the same ranks as some of these top-level guys.