Censor continues to take shots at Crimsix - "When money's on the line, I'll always beat you" - Dexerto
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Censor continues to take shots at Crimsix – “When money’s on the line, I’ll always beat you”

Published: 5/Jun/2019 23:51 Updated: 6/Jun/2019 1:16

by Albert Petrosyan


The online feud between OpTic Gaming Call of Duty pro Ian ‘Crimsix’ Porter and former CoD pro Doug ‘Censor’ Martin has gone up a notch in intensity.

Censor and Crimsix first began their war of words on June 4, when the FaZe Clan star claimed that he will be “winning champs on Modern Warfare next year,” and would love defeating the OpTic man in a World Championship grand final. 


Their interaction caught a lot of attention on social media, which led to design artist ‘vLionMan’ creating one of his signature pro cards comparing the competitive careers of the two players.

As one would expect, the card showed the Crimsix was ahead in almost every statistical category but one – head-to-head record in a tournament final.


Predictably, this further fueled the fire that had been roaring on since the day before, as both competitors tried to diminish the other’s argument while promoting their own. 

@vLionManAlmost every stat goes Crimsix’s way, except for his head-to-head record against Censor in tournament finals.

Censor made the case that the comparison proved that Crim did not have what it takes to defeat him in a tournament final, claiming that the only final in which that did happen was a minor event.

Crimbot, on the other hand, argued that all tournaments are on the same footing, and that his team’s victory was as legitimate as any other.


However, the comment that seemed to catch most peoples’ attention, was Censor’s final one, in which he admitted that the OpTic man was a better player than him, but not when there was something big on the line.

“My argument isn’t if you’re better than me Crim,” he said. “You are better than me. My argument is: when money’s on the line and the stakes are at the their highest, I’ll always beat you.”



Censor wants to compete again

After a year hiatus, Censor has revealed that he wants to return to competing again in the upcoming season, which will feature the Modern Warfare title releasing in October.

However, before he can think about winning a World Championship, he must first make sure he can land on a top team first, which is not going to be easy since CoD esports will be transitioning to a franchised league next season. 


While he’s proven that he can successfully return from retirement in the past, it may be too tall of an expectation to assume that top organizations will be willing to invest their valuable spot in a player who hasn’t competed in over a year. 

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How to watch Hitch’s Cracked Creators $10k Warzone event: schedule, players

Published: 20/Oct/2020 4:55

by Brad Norton


Team Summertime’s Davis ‘Hitch’ Edwards is hosting another huge Call of Duty tournament and this time, Warzone is in focus as the best players will be coming together in an entirely new format.

From Black Ops 4 to Ghosts and even Modern Warfare 2, Hitch has been hosting an assortment of throwback CoD events throughout the offseason. However, his sights are now set on Warzone as the next competition is on the horizon.


Call of Duty’s best pro players will be joining the top Warzone challengers and some of the biggest streamers in the ‘Cracked Creators’ event. 16 “cracked” players will be thrown into the mix alongside 16 content creators with $10,000 on the line.

The format is something completely new so expect every competitor to be tested like never before. From where you can watch to every player lined up, here’s what you need to know about the Cracked Creators Warzone tournament.


How to watch the Cracked Creators Warzone Tournament

While no specific start time has been made public just yet, we know when the next big Warzone event will be kicking off. Expect to see your favorite personalities competing on Wednesday, October 21.

Given the unique format with this event, there’s a good chance it runs for quite a while. So expect a good few hours of action once it gets going. We’ve embedded the BoomTV stream below so you can catch the event as it goes live.


Cracked Creators Warzone Tournament format

Rather than having players form their own teams for this event, things will be a little different. 16 “cracked” players will each be picked by 16 content creators to form every duo for the tournament.

This means that almost every duo could be playing together for the very first time as streamers choose their partners from the list of professionals. Once all duos are together, they’ll be paired up to square off in typical Quads action.

The exact point system is yet to be revealed, though the event will likely follow a familiar structure; eliminations will rack up points as will overall wins. The duo with more points at the end of each round will move on in the tournament bracket.


Cracked Creators Warzone Tournament players

The list of content creators is set to be announced prior to the event. However, we already know the full list of “cracked” players. It’s safe to say this will be one of the most stacked Warzone events to date.

Call of Duty League pros are set for action as the T2P duo of Scump and Formal drop in. Meanwhile, some of the most successful Warzone competitors in Huskerrs and Symfuhny are also at the ready.


The full list of ‘cracked players’ can be found below.

  • Merk
  • Crowder
  • AverageJoeWo
  • Huskerrs
  • DougisRaw
  • Formal
  • BobbyPoff
  • MuteX
  • Rated
  • Jukeyz
  • Tommey
  • Symfuhny
  • ZLaner
  • Scump
  • TeePee
  • Aydan

From veteran pro players to multiple-time Warzone event winners, the 16 cracked players fill out a truly elite list. It’s only a matter of time before we find out which content creators will be joining them.