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Call of Duty • Jul 23, 2018

Censor Explains Why He Chose Pro Call of Duty Over Girlfriend Yanet Garcia

Censor Explains Why He Chose Pro Call of Duty Over Girlfriend Yanet Garcia

Douglas ‘FaZe Censor’ Martin has announced that his relationship with girlfriend Yanet is over.

The relationship has ended in part so Censor can focus on competing in Call of Duty, especially the upcoming CoD Champs and then the Black Ops 4 season.

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Censor starts off the video with some background information, including how the couple has been living apart due to their job situations in different countries. He then details why the pair split.

There’s only 24 hours in a day and I just didn’t have enough time to do everything that I needed to do… At this moment in my life, I don’t have time for a girlfriend. I have to focus on myself, what I’m doing as a career.

Censor’s current career is as a professional Call of Duty player and content creator.

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It was not known what Censor would do following the WW2 competitive season, considering he came out of retirement to play, however he seemed to confirm he is returning for Black Ops 4.

I’m so focused on Call of Duty, I can’t give her the attention that she wants and I just know that this is how it’s going to be for at least another year. She’s going to be doing that job over there, I’m going to be playing Black Ops 4 full time.

He left no doubts about his intentions further along in the video.

I just know for a fact I’m playing Black Ops 4. I’m going to be locked in for Call of Duty.

It has been a wild year for Censor as he almost single-handedly brought storylines back to competitive Call of Duty.

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He was involved in a pro points scandal that caused him to narrowly miss out on Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League after a disappointing result at CWL New Orleans.

After the disappointment, Censor stated his goals were to make Stage 2 of the Pro League and then win the Call of Duty World Championship. He joined a compLexity squad headed for Stage 2 to accomplish the first part of his mission.

Censor, now with more time to focus, will be competing next in the Call of Duty World Championship in Columbus, Ohio on August 15 to 19.

You can watch the full video on his breakup below:

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