This article is part of our DraftKings Call of Duty series.
- 3:00 p.m. Chicago Huntsmen vs. New York Subliners
- 4:30 p.m. Toronto Ultra vs. Florida Mutineers
CHI vs. NYS
I'll be honest, it's been hard to play Call of Duty DFS right now. Yes, if you want to equate getting doxed off the Internet to someone getting injured in a given traditional sports tournament slate, it's probably a similar sort of heartbreak. But when the destruction of one player's Internet can cause such a cataclysmic fall of the stats of everyone, especially when the player has zero control in the matter, it's just disheartening.
We press on, but I hope it's something that can be addressed immediately. It's clear the Call of Duty supervisors either don't care or don't know how to solve the issue, and it's entirely reasonable considering the difficult COVID-19-related online situation. Something still needs to happen though, and I wouldn't be surprised if once again the players must band together to save what's supposed to be the most important tournament of the entire year.
Thankfully we're going to get the best action we've seen (crossing fingers) out of the CWL Playoffs to date, with three different teams who could have laid claim to top-4 status throughout portions of the year, and also Toronto Ultra, who certainly seem to be on a heater right now.
While the Subliners did win their series against the Rokkr on Thursday, it wasn't a particularly pretty performance as just one player posted a KD higher than 1.05 in the Round