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Another CoDBurner leak reveals unexpected FaZe Clan-Red Reserve roster shuffle

Published: 10/Apr/2019 17:57 Updated: 11/Apr/2019 14:29

by Alan Bernal


The infamous CoDBurner has continued their busy week during the current CWL Rostermania period with even more big news about FaZe Clan‘s acquisition of Red Reserve

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Only known as the ‘CoDBurner,’ the unnamed source has been in the thick of the latest happenings around the Pro League teams by leaking everything from trade rumors to potential buy-ins to the CWL.

The latest update from the burner account indicates that it’s all but a done deal that FaZe Clan will be buying Red Reserve’s spot in the CWL Pro League. If the news turns out to be true, it would mark the end of the road for the team that has gone through much turmoil over the last few months. 

MLGEven though FaZe couldn’t make it out of the PLQ, they might have a second chance to get into the Pro League.

FaZe Clan set to purchase Red Reserve’s spot 

The CoDBurner admitted the deal might not be inked just yet, but they are confident in their source enough to disseminate the news pending an official announcement.

The burner account went further to give potential trade moves from the fallout of the agreement.

With a new team coming into the league, there will surely be some shuffling around between the current Red Reserve lineup and the players still under contract with FaZe Clan. That in mind, the CoDBurner said he believes Thomas ‘ZooMaa’ Paparatto, Matthew ‘Skrapz’ Marshall, Trei ‘Zer0’ Morris, McArthur ‘Cellium’ Jovel and an unnamed fifth will play under the FaZe banner.

The CoDBurner wasn’t sure who the fifth player will be but did indicate that Bryan ‘Apathy’ Zhelyazkov could be the front-runner for the spot. With a good find for the fifth player and some time to gel as a team, the proposed roster could definitely be a strong unit heading into CWL London.

MLGIf the CoDBurner turns out to be right, Evil Geniuses may have a new look soon.

Evil Geniuses could be making moves

The CoDBurner also pointed to Evil Geniuses seeing fresh faces to their starting five after the apparent shuffle settles down.

The account thinks that Evil Geniuses could add Jordan ‘JKap’ Kaplan, Dillon ‘Attach’ Price, Tyler ‘FeLo’ Johnson, and John ‘Xotic’ Bruno with a yet-to-be-determined fifth player.

Though nothing is confirmed as of yet, Evil Geniuses would be making a strong overhaul to their roster in an attempt to get them out of the last place in the CWL’s Division A.

Jkap TwitterThe two-time world champ could be heading up a roster under the EG flag.

Residual roster moves for Denial Esports

Other significant roster moves could see Carson ‘Brack’ Newberry and Alex ‘Alexx’ Carpenter join the resurgent Denial Esports side. Denial would also be looking for a way to dig themselves out of the mid-season hole they find themselves in.

Denial Esports’ Zach Smith listed his signed CoD team in an April 9 tweet, but the CoDBurner thinks more moves could be on the way.

Although the mysterious account has been proven right in the past, there’s no way to corroborate the information that’s coming out of the CoDBurner so information like this should be taken with a grain of salt.

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Best Stoner 63 loadout in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

Published: 27/Nov/2020 9:47

by James Busby


LMGs aren’t exactly known for their mobility, but the Stoner 63 is one gun you’ll want to try giving a go. With the right attachments, it can be a real winner for you in Black Ops Cold War. 

The Stoner 63 has been a fan-favorite gun amongst LMG enthusiasts since it tore its way through the virtual battlefields of the original Black Ops. While it may no longer be as potent as it once was, this LMG still packs a punch. Whether you’re looking to grab the DM Ultra camo or aiming to get those all-important multi-kills, the Stoner 63 will enable you to do just that. 

It might not be as fast as the game’s SMG and assault rifle classes, but the Stoner 63 is arguably the most viable LMG in the game. Unlike the M60 and RPD, this LMG actually has decent accuracy by default. When you combine this with its high-damage rounds, you have a recipe for success.

Best Stoner 63 loadout

Stoner 63 Black Ops Cold War
Activision / Treyarch
The Stoner 63 is the most viable LMG in Black Ops Cold War.

Here’s the best attachments you can use on your Stoner 63 in Black Ops Cold War:


  • Optic: Millstop Reflex
  • Muzzle: Muzzle Brake 5.56
  • Barrel: 20.7 Match Grade
  • Body: SOF Target Designator
  • Underbarrel: Field Agent Grip
  • Magazine: 100 RND
  • Handle: Airborne Elastic Wrap 
  • Stock: Raider Pad

While the Stoner 63 has a fairly decent standard sight, the Millstop Reflex remains a staple pick for most guns in Black Ops Cold War. It instantly gets rid of any annoying obstructions and provides a clear picture of your surroundings. 

Next up is the Muzzle Brake 5.56 and Field Agent Grip. Both of these attachments make the Stoner 63’s vertical recoil a lot more manageable, especially when firing for longer periods of time. The gun will still creep up the screen during prolonged engagements, but you’ll usually kill your target before needing to make any major adjustments. 

The 20.7 Match Grade increases the LMG’s damage by a whopping 100% enabling you to sit back and beam anyone that dares stray into your sights. When this is combined with the added reveal distance from the SOF Target Designator, you have a truly lethal combination. 

Stoner 63 Black Ops Cold War
Activision / Treyarch
Don’t expect to be light on your feet when you’re wielding this LMG.

While this loadout is not tailored around close-quarter fights, it can still give you a fighting chance against the game’s ever-popular SMG and AR classes. This is thanks to the Airborne Elastic Wrap and Raid Pad stock, which minimizes the gun’s ADS time and sprint to fire penalty. 

No LMG loadout would be complete without featuring a large magazine, so the 100 RND mag has been utilized. This enables you to effortlessly take down multiple foes or greatly damage any pesky Scorestreaks that are flying around. Just make sure you find somewhere safe to reload, as the lengthy animation can prove frustrating. 

So there you have it, a Stoner 63 loadout that will enable you to barrage your enemies with deadly precision. If you want to keep updated with all the latest Call of Duty news and updates, then follow us over on @DexertoIntel