CompLexity's Doug "Censor" Martin has laid out the team's mindset coming into the 2018 CWL Championship and playing in arguably the toughest group possible, which includes FaZe Clan.
Censor has been a long time member of FaZe, previously as a pro player and currently still as a content creator, although he dedicates most of his time now to the coL organization as a player.
Censor is one of the biggest names in Call of Duty because of his YouTube content under FaZe however, and so it is always exciting to see him go up against his long time organization.
Last time he did, he beat them with Lightning Pandas at CWL Birmingham, a celebrated wildly, knowing the significance of the victory.
Placed in Group E alongside FaZe, Enigma6 and Morituri, CompLexity's opening match of the 2018 Champs vs FaZe will potentially make or break them.
Censor has made clear that his biggest aspiration is to win champs, but knows the challenge will be huge.
"We have the hardest group out of any here at champs, but every match you can't take anybody lightly. Even if we had one of the easiest teams here. I think [having a hard group] helps give us a little bit more intensity.
Enigma6 already beat us once, FaZe already won an event on this game, the GGEA Orange team (Morituri Esports) is also another really good team. We can't go into any of the matches taking anybody lightly. It's the last event of the year, we put in so much time to get to this point, and we have to be on top of our A-game. So we're going to be very focused and excited to play.
The behind the scenes video with CompLexity also shows the squad meeting up with OpTic Gaming to get some last minute scrims in on LAN before the event starts, with everyone wanting to be at their peak performance.
With only the top two teams making it out of each group, every series and every map win could be crucial, and all the difference between thousands of dollars in prizing.
CompLexity take on FaZe Clan in Group E on August 15 at 12pm PT, 3pm ET, 8pm BST.
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