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Call of Duty • Oct 16, 2018

CoD community reacts to Censor's retirement from competitive play

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CoD community reacts to Censor's retirement from competitive play

Doug ‘Censor’ Martin announced his retirement on October 13th and received support from a couple fellow pros, but not everyone was so encouraging.

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Censor’s crowning achievement is still his win at the 2011 MLG National Championship while playing for Q.NT but he also had a great run with many notable victories playing for FaZe in 2014 and 2015.

Since then, his career has been tumultuous as he hopped teams often. His final team, CompLexity, was the eighth he has played for after leaving FaZe Clan back in 2015.

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This isn’t the first time Censor has retired, as he originally retired during the Black Ops 3 season. He came out of retirement for WWII and bounced around before landing on CompLexity to finish out the season.

In response to his retirement video, fellow pros Apathy and SlasheR wished him the best in his future endeavors. 

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However, not all the responses were positive.

Below the pros was a response calling Censor a “quitter” and the engagement on that tweet showed the opinion was shared by many.

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Many of the responses centered on his ex-girlfriend Yanet Garcia, who he reportedly broke up with to spend more time on competitive CoD.

Garcia became an internet celebrity through a couple different moments but a video from Ozzy Man Reviews that's been viewed over 17 million times may have been her springboard into her title as the "hottest weathergirl."