Building the Warzone Dream Team of Call of Duty League Players

Which Call of Duty League professional players make the Warzone dream team?
Which Call of Duty League professional players make the Warzone dream team? / Photo by Activision/Infinity Ward

Call of Duty: Warzone released March 10 and became an instant success among fans of both the franchise and the battle royale genre.

Just one month after release, the game had over 50 million players dropping into Verdansk with eyes on securing a Warzone victory. Everyone ranging from casual gamers to Call of Duty League professional players couldn’t — and still can’t — get enough of the game. Activision also introduced the Warzone Weekend format where CDL players would battle it out against each other for a cash prize.

Warzone teams were mixed between CDL franchises, but that got people thinking which four players would create the ultimate dream team?

Here’s our picks for building the Warzone dream team of CDL pros.

Building the Warzone Dream Team of Call of Duty League Players

McArthur “Cellium” Jovel — Atlanta FaZe

Cellium is the first name on the team sheet. He’s proven to be one of the best players in the League all season long. Additionally, he’s been known to do serious damage in Warzone: Cellium posted a world record 138-kill game playing alongside content creator Vikram “Vikkstar123” Singh Barn and other members of our ultimate dream team.

Preston “Priestahh” Greiner — Atlanta FaZe

Another member of Atlanta’s talented team, Priestahh was also part of the world record team with Cellium. He had the third highest amount of kills in that game at 34 — with 10,681 damage done. As a professional player, Priestahh can get it done no matter the weapon of choice: assault rifle, submachine gun, sniper rifle, you name it. Priestahh and Cellium also won the Warzone Weekend duo match on July 12.

James “Clayster” Eubanks — Dallas Empire

Clayster is one of the few players to win every accolade possible in Call of Duty esports. He’s a true legend of the game and would be an asset on the Warzone Dream Team. Alongside teammate Ian “C6” Porter, Clayster finished third in the duo event and won the July 26 Quads event with Anthony “Shotzzy” Cuevas-Castro and Paul “Tisch” Tischler.

Tyler “aBeZy” Pharris — Atlanta FaZe

ABeZy is the final member of the team and the third Atlanta player on our squad. He also was on the record setting team with Cellium and Priestahh. Another versatile player and world champion on the team, aBeZy lights up Verdansk whenever he drops in. Check out this clip of him putting up 44 kills in a quads game.

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This article was the result of a partnership between DBLTAP and Activision Blizzard.

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