Former CompLexity player Doug 'Censor' Martin has announced that he is once again a free agent, only days after revealing he had a roster and organization set.
In an unexpected announcement, Censor took to Twitter to reveal his plans for the Black Ops 4 season had derailed, landing him back in free agency.
On October 5, Censor teased that an announcement on his new team and organization was forthcoming. On October 7, he tweeted again, saying "couldn't be more excited to compete with my new team".
Couldn’t be more excited to compete with my new team for the Black Ops 4 season— Doug Censor Martin (@Censor) October 7, 2018
He had said that although nothing was official, he hoped to make the announcement the next day. But, the announcement never came, and now we know why.
On October 9, without explanation, Censor plainly tweeted 'F/A', indicating he was once again a free agent.
This leaves speculation open as to what his planned team have decided, whether they have fully split or have replaced Censor's spot on the team with another player.
F/A— Doug Censor Martin (@Censor) October 9, 2018
It is also unclear which organization was involved, however the speculation was that Evil Geniuses were keen on picking up a new roster, having sold their world championship winning roster to Team Envy.
With many of the top organizations already having announced their complete five man rosters, both time and opportunity is against Censor.
FaZe Clan were the latest team to complete their roster with the pick up of Anthony 'Methodz' Zinni from OpTic, while Luminosity and eUnited have also got their roster locked in, according to leaks.
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