James ‘Clayster’ Eubanks says his eUnited teammates are his brothers, after their fourth place finish at the 2018 CWL Championships.
Speaking in eUnited’s documentary series The Ascent, Eubanks was asked what the team meant to him, to which he simply replied “everything”.
With Call of Duty entering it’s offseason, many teams look to refresh their squads by making changes to their rosters, and with his experience and championship pedigree, Clayster is always a name at the top of fans wishlists.
The 26-year-old doesn’t seem to have any intention of leaving his current organization however, and his love for his current team is clear in the opening moments of the documentary, stating;
“This is my life, this is my soul, my passion. We all get along, we all don’t sometimes, but in the end that’s because we’re family, I mean we’re brothers,
"Like, we've been through so much and we all put our 100% in to it every single day. I mean, not a single one of us has been late to practice. Ever.
"We all are putting everything into it and we're putting our hearts on the line every time we go to these tournaments and they've been broken so many times now”
The episode, titled Curtain Call, takes viewers behind the scenes of their impressive CWL Champs weekend, from pool play right through to their elimination on Championship Sunday.
The documentary also highlights the incredible connection between the eUnited squad and their fans, who showed up in droves at Columbus to support their heroes.
eUnited recovered from a tough loss to Team Sween in pool play, storming into bracket play and demolishing Red Reserve 3-0 in Winners Bracket.
After dispatching Luminosity in a 3-1 victory, eUnited finally dropped out of Winners Bracket at the hands of eventual runners up Team Kaliber, and were eliminated by FaZe Clan in Losers Bracket semi finals.