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MLG Winter Championship 3/15-3/17

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With MLG's announcement of Black Ops 2 being on the pro circuit, I personally will be watching the stream all weekend on my big screen TV in my room. If you want to see professional players and teams compete, visit twitch.tv and the stream should be located on the homepage.

 

In Black Ops 1, I started out playing only Search and Destroy (hence why that is my favorite mode and my best mode) and started with a 0.88 K/D and a sub 1.0 W/L. It was my first Call of Duty that I had obtained in its prime playing time (Christmas lol). I was 15 at this time and knew virtually nothing.

 

I was picked up by a clan 7DaY (which is now a runescape clan lol) after I dropped 10+ kills on them. After running with them for a couple weeks, I ran into the former WaR* clan. Among the members, wing-628, II-R3CON-ll, and paidassassin were having issues with the immature 15 years old and below members of 7DaY. I was keeping to myself and just kept playing. After 7DaY won several games, wing-628 and Dulton (the "leader" of our group who was also 15) got into an argument and it led to us having a competitive search match where 7DaY won (and I would like to point out that I was on top lol) but the shit talking was unbearable.

 

I wanted a more mature clan and after talking to those 3 members of WaR*, I decided to be with them. We entered a tournament and I played in one match (but couldn't play in others because I was on the JV football team at the time) and I simply stayed top wood on Firing Range CTF and kill whored like I was told to do. That was my first competitive Call of Duty match. In the process of competing, wing-628 and II-R3CON-ll told me about their goals to start a professional team and I shared their admiration and vigilance. It may sound sad, the best time of my life was with 18+ year old dudes playing call of duty trying to make a lifestyle out of it.

 

That was 2 years ago. Now I'm here. But that story actually had a point to it. During my time with Wing-628, II-R3CON-ll, and our 4th geesweb, I watched an MLG stream for the first time. It was MLG Anaheim and the finals were LvG vs FeaR with FeaR up 3-0 at the very start because they beat LvG in the winners finals. LvG came back and beat FeaR 6-5 (best of 11) and I was losing my mind all weekend from the epicness omitting from the professional world.

 

After that one livestream, I was thinking more crucially and was becoming a better player because I was learning from those streams.

 

So if you want to become a little better by learning some moves from the pros or you enjoy watching the competition, I invite you to come watch the stream!

 

 

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