Professional Call of Duty player James ‘Clayster’ Eubanks didn’t hold back on Thursday, May 31st after eUnited’s win over Rise Nation.
At age 26 he’s the oldest pro Call of Duty player in the CoD World League and is one of only three people to have attended everyone $1 million event in the franchises’ history.
The former world champion has a storied history in the competitive scene and is well known for making his feelings clear in controversial situations.
He showed this fire following eUnited’s dramatic win over Rise Nation in Stage Two of the CWL Pro League, hitting out at Daniel ‘Loony’ Loza for being a sore loser during the post-match interview.
He continued this train of thought when he began to respond to Twitter users who had challenged him on his response to former OpTic Gaming star, Damon ‘Karma’ Barlow.
Karma had Tweeted out that he could benefit any of the top teams outside of Rise and OpTic, to which Clayster responded that he was ignorant because he discounted eUnited.
As you’d expect this garnered a significant response from fans of Karma, but this didn’t appear to bother Clayster in the slightest.
Got a lot of fanboys in my mentions for my tweet last night to Damon, providing some quality entertainment for me this morning.— eU Clayster (@Clayster) May 31, 2018
I guess three years of mediocrity has made everyone forget how fuckin nasty I am. All good; just gotta prove it again.— eU Clayster (@Clayster) May 31, 2018
While he ignored most of the people who sent him hate, he did decide to clap back at a professional H1Z1 player.
LG’s Yogi had sent a gif suggesting Clay should delete his Tweet to Karma, but the CoD world champion bounced right back with an epic burn. Ouch.
I could play your game for legitimately two weeks and take your job.— eU Clayster (@Clayster) June 1, 2018
Clayster and eUnited end the first week of Division B with a record of two wins and one loss, which sets them up nicely for the second week of matches where they’ll face OpTic, UNILAD, compLexity and Tainted Minds.