The beauty of competitive Call of Duty is that moments of sheer madness and brilliance can happen at any time from any player.
Such was the case for Splyce’s Jordan ‘Jurd’ Crowley in their match against Evil Geniuses on Day Two of the the CWL Pro League Stage 2.
Jurd and Splyce had come into Day Two looking for their first win after having lost their lone match of Day One.
They immediately fell behind 0-2 against EG, but managed to win Games 3 and 4 to push the series to a Game 5 S&D on Ardennes Forest.
With the hotly contested S&D tied up at three rounds apiece, Jurd pulled off his brilliant moment of magic to win the 7th round, despite being in a 1v4 situation with EG having planted the bomb.
Hitting pristine and immaculately accurate shots with his PPSH submachine gun, the Irishman was able to clear the bomb site of his first three opponents, before pulling out the Glide Bomb to clean up the fourth.
Perhaps what was most amazing about the entire sequence was that he was up against the clock and had to hurry if he was to have any chance at defusing in time, which he ultimately did.
— Call of Duty esports (@CODWorldLeague) May 16, 2018