100 Thieves’ Call of Duty team has started the Black Ops 4 season turbulently, placing a disappointing 9-12th at CWL Las Vegas, and then 4th at CWL Fort Worth. Despite showing signs of improvement, they are yet to reach the heights their undeniable individual talents suggests they are capable of.
Now though, thanks to a graphic produced by CoDStats.gg, it is easier to determine which individual team members have been performing best when it comes to competitive hardpoint.
Each of the 100 Thieves players has been given a Hardpoint rating, based off how they've performed percentile-wise in five key areas of the game mode: score, damage, deaths, engagements, and hill time.
For the purposes of this specific graphic, only stats from the CWL Pro League and CWL Fort Worth have been considered, so CWL Las Vegas and the Pro League Qualifier stats have not been counted.
Based on those parameters, CoDStats.gg has determined that Sam ‘Octane’ Larew, main AR for 100 Thieves, is the best Hardpoint player by a considerable margin, with a seriously impressive rating of 1.65. Ian ‘Enable’ Wyatt, the team’s SMG support, ranks worst, with an overall rating of 1.01.
A similar graphic relating to OpTic Gaming’s Call of Duty team was released on April 23, showing the stand-out performances of Brandon ‘Dashy’ Otell. Dashy received an overall rating of 1.58, slightly less than Octane.
OpTic Gaming’s worst rating was also lower than 100 Thieves, with Ian ‘Crimsix’ Porter coming in at 0.85, compared to Enable’s 1.01. It is impressive that 100 Thieves did not have a single player come in at less than a 1.0 overall, especially considering that rivals OpTic Gaming had three players under that threshold.
This is highlighted in the mean score of each team, with OpTic’s being a respectable 1.08. 100 Thieves, however, are well in front with an average of 1.24. This reflects OpTic Gaming’s struggles since CWL Las Vegas, as they placed 9-12th at CWL Fort Worth. This contrasts to 100 Thieves, who have demonstrated significant improvements since Las Vegas.
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