Just a few days after receiving the news that he had been released from compLexity Gaming’s CoD team, Doug ‘Censor’ Martin is feeling confident about his future.
The 24-year-old professional Call of Duty player and YouTube star was dropped by coL on October 2 along with Rasim ‘Blazt’ Ogresevic and Richard ‘Ricky’ Stacy, with the organization saying that they had been unable to put together a full five man roster that “made sense.”
But it looks like Censor, who returned to competitive CoD at the beginning of the WWII season, might have already landed on his, as he revealed in his October 4 YouTube video titled ‘Reacting to Joe Rogan roasting me…’
After reacting to the clips of the UFC commentator discussing his breakup with Yanet Garcia, Censor’s attention shifted to his current predicament, saying: “Fortunately, I have a little bit of good news with the team.”
He then went on to say that nothing is confirmed, but that the roster is an exciting one: “Maybe, just maybe I’ll be getting picked up by a team that I’ll be really excited about playing with. Like, these guys that I might potentially be playing with are fricking animals, the org is amazing.”[ad name=”article3″]
And it sounds like we could be getting official confirmation as early as today, with Censor stating: “I’m in talks with them, it’s going pretty well but nothing is official yet. Hopefully I can give you guys an update, hopefully tomorrow I can make this official.”
With Call of Duty esports switching from a 4 vs 4 format to 5 vs 5 for the upcoming Black Ops 4 season, a number of top teams are still in the process of putting their final roster together.
There are currently no hints about where Censor could be heading, but the former compLexity man sounds as confident as ever about his chances of winning a championship.