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Call of Duty • Oct 11, 2018

coL CEO Jason Lake reveals who Censor wanted to pick up for Black Ops 4

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CompLexity CEO Jason Lake has given a behind the scenes look at the inner workings of the organization over CoD rostermania, revealing what players Doug 'Censor' Martin wanted on the team.

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CompLexity have now released their entire roster, after selling Brandon 'Dashy' Otell to OpTic, and unable to find a roster that worked with their remaining three, Censor, Ricky and Blazt.

Although they would have had a guaranteed pool play spot, Lake explains in the video that if they "objectively weigh [Call of Duty] on a scale, for us right now, it doesn't make any sense."

CompLexity haven't completely ruled out a return to Call of Duty with a new roster, but in the video Lake explains that if/when franchising comes, it will make more sense, rather than spending "5, 6, 7 hundred thousand over the next 12 months."

Specifically, Lake reveals the three players that Censor was keen on joining the roster for Black Ops 4, although of course it never materialized.

"I've had a lot of meetings with [Censor], there's a lot of different options. He's talked about Enable, he's talked about Accuracy, he's talked about AquA - we still don't know if it's four or five players."

Since being released and becoming a free agent, Censor appears to have had a rollercoaster ride in rostermania. On October 7 he said that he had a new team and couldn't wait to officially announce, but only days later he announced he was a free agent instead.

As for Ricky and Blazt, their future roster situation is unknown, but it is believed they are both set on rosters, perhaps sticking together and joining anoher three players.

While Censor had an up and down WWII season, his return to competitive CoD after years out, he proved that he can compete with top players, but whether he gets a chance on a top roster is another matter.

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