5 Call of Duty League Players Who’ve Been Tearing it up in Warzone

Photo by Robert Paul/Activision
Photo by Robert Paul/Activision /

The Call of Duty League returns April 10 with the Dallas Home Series taking place online.

The league shifted to an online format amid the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the globe. Fans are excited to have the league back and see their favorite CDL franchises and players compete once again.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s been riding high since the release of the free-to-play battle royale mode Warzone. It’s quickly become one of the most popular titles in the genre and CDL pros have been dominating the competition.

Here are five Call of Duty League players who’ve been tearing it up in Warzone.

5. C6, Dallas Empire

C6, Crimsix, Ian Porter, whatever you want to call him the robot is insane at Warzone. In a CashApp Warzone challenge in which he could only use an iron sight Kar98k and pistols, he hit this insane shot to secure an elimination on a bounty target. Check out the clip below.

4. Kuavo, OpTic Gaming Los Angeles

When OpTic Gaming’s Kenny "Kuavo" Williams sends out a tweet saying he’s live with Warzone gameplay, fans flock to see top tier gameplay. Check out this near two-minute clip from a broadcast where Kuavo had to stave off elimination in a tense ending scenario.

3. Priestahh - Atlanta FaZe

Preston “Priestahh” Greiner might be the best Warzone player among the CDL professionals. Ben “Benson” Bowe even put him in his dream team. Not only does the man have ridiculous talent on the main stage, but he does it in Verdansk as well. Check out this video of him securing 50 kills in a game. Yes, you read that right. Fifty kills.

2. Tommey, Dallas Empire

Thomas “Tommey” Trewren is a substitute for the Dallas Empire, but he’s a veteran of the Call of Duty scene. He’s not too shabby at Warzone either when it comes to pulling off stylish plays. Check out this clip where Tommy was in a tough scenario as the last player alive on his team with low ammo.

1. Scump, Chicago Huntsmen

It’s no surprise that Seth “Scump” Abner appears on this list. A king of Call of Duty content has adapted nicely to the hectic Warzone flooding his Twitter feed with crazy plays. A recent clip of him destroying a team of two ended up taking over Twitter with the caption, “DUNKED ON.”

Check it out.

Remember, Call of Duty: Warzone is free-to-play meaning you and your friends can download it and play across different platforms together. Be sure to try out the new Quads playlist as well just added for Modern Warfare Season Three.

The Call of Duty League returns Friday, April 10 at 4 p.m. ET on YouTube.com/CODLeague.

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