With the final Call of Duty League Home Series of the season upon us, every team will be giving it their all for those top seeds for the playoffs. Let’s get into Friday’s four-game slate.
Simp has essentially solidified his role on this roster. He was able to get a 1.21 KD for the last event FaZe played in. On top of his impressive Slaying ability, Simp had the most Hill time in Hardpoint, as well as the second most Captures in Domination. This shows Simp puts numbers all over the stat sheets whether it be objective points or Slaying ability.
From the Minnesota Rokkr, Asim has been inconsistent at times, as young talent often is. However, with how he has performed lately and this being the team’s last chance to get a first round bye, he will need to be at his best. On that note, Asim was able to earn a 1.14 KD and a 91.2 Slayer Rating in the New York Home series. Lets see if Asim and the Rokkr boys can get it going this weekend.
Other to consider: aBeZy ($12,600)
Last week we talked about how Shotzzy was a late bloomer for talent in the league, and this week we’re telling you he is here to stay. The MVP Candidate put up a huge 1.29 KD (#1 at the event) along with a 95.3 Slayer Rating. In addition to being such a big help in kills, he also is the second most productive member of his team in terms of objectives.
MajorManiak has been one of the foundational elements of this FaZe Roster. He has consistently maintained a positive KD throughout most events and also has been the AR main this team of SMG needs. While he does not get much as far as objectives, his production in kills makes up for it.
Other to consider: aBeZy ($8,400)
Chicago Huntsmen ($3,000)
The Huntsmen have the most to gain and the most to lose in this event. They can either fall out of top four and lose their first round bye, or they can win and get into the top two, which would earn them two byes until the third round of playoffs. They have looked the most comfortable in the meta and are the only team to be top three in all game modes other than FaZe.
Florida Mutineers ($1,600)
Florida has been a late surprise since the league’s transfer to online play. The Mutineers are in the same position as the Huntsmen in terms of league standings, and can shift any direction depending on this weekend. After losing to Dallas in the Semifinals last week, the Mutineers will be looking for revenge.
Others to consider: Dallas Empire ($2,400)
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Analysis by Dylan Mirabal
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