This article is part of our DraftKings Call of Duty series.
- 2:00 p.m. Paris Legion vs. Chicago Huntsmen
- 3:30 p.m. London Royal Ravens vs. Los Angeles Guerrillas
- 5:00 p.m. Minnesota Rokkr vs. OpTic Gaming Los Angeles
- 6:30 p.m. Seattle Surge vs. New York Subliners
PAR (6-8) vs. CHI (12-4)
And we're back! Special shout to Kalvin Thongchamleunsouk for helping fill out the DFS coverage during the Florida Home Series two weeks ago as I recovered from an appendectomy. Never fun to have surgery during a pandemic, but I felt a bit more reassured knowing we had quality esports coverage still being churned out.
Onto arguably the most anticipated Call of Duty series in some time, as the reuniting of the stateside twins – Prestinni and Arcitys – could be one of the most influential moves of the entire competitive season. Of course, the dynamic duo, who really solidified their place in the scene during their time on eUnited in Infinite Warfare, will get plenty of coverage for their familial dynamic, as well as Prestinni's admission regarding his deteriorating mental health with Florida, but I'm selfishly intrigued about the move from a fantasy perspective.
Arcitys has seen his price dip slightly since the inaugural DraftKings pricing, but we're still talking about a guy whose posted over 100 fantasy points in two of the three Chicago Home Series slates. His innate connection and chemistry with his brother, Prestinni, can really only help matters, communication wise, and I think we could see a bit of extra motivation from Arcitys to legitimize the