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CouRage’s girlfriend trolls him with terrible Warzone loadout

Published: 3/Aug/2020 12:47 Updated: 3/Aug/2020 13:10

by Joe Craven

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CouRage’s girlfriend hilariously trolled the ex-CoD caster with an absolutely terrible Warzone loadout, but the YouTube streamer actually performed far better than expected. 

In terms of Warzone content creation, there are few names as big as Jack ‘CouRage’ Dunlop. The ex-Call of Duty caster turned his attention to full time content creation back in 2018, and the results have been wildly successful.

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He now has over 2.5 million subscribers on the platform, regularly entertaining his followers with his gaming videos. August 2, was no different, as he allowed his girlfriend, Maddie, to choose his Warzone loadout.

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CouRage’s move to YouTube Gaming was a big step in the streamer’s career.

The results, as you can imagine, were less than ideal for CouRage. His mischievous chat were falsely advising Maddie to pick the worst weapons and perks possible, seeing the streamer end up with a sniper and Riot Shield combination.

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Fortunately for CouRage, despite the best efforts of his YouTube chat, the sniper he wound up with was the HDR, rather than the Dragunov or something completely unusable.

Unfortunately for CouRage, Maddie picked the Riot Shield as his secondary, leaving CouRage raging in the background.

Timestamp: 4:25

“Oh my god! I’m f**king sick of you guys chat!” CouRage screams as Maddie is encouraged to pick the Riot Shield. He described the final loadout as “about as bad as it could have been.”

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The final loadout was a HDR sniper rifle, Riot Shield secondary, Molotov Cocktail and Gas Grenade.

Despite CouRage being in the unique position of his loadout getting worse upon calling in a Loadout Drop, he actually performed surprisingly well with Maddie’s class. A host of enemies were taken down by his HDR flick, while the Riot Shield provided some cover when he found himself in an enemy line of fire.

He even teased doing a whole squad of loadouts created by girlfriends, where he would be playing with Symfuhny and Nadeshot. If this video is anything to go by, it could make for some seriously entertaining viewing.

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H3CZ acquires OpTic Gaming from Immortals: Report

Published: 1/Oct/2020 16:30 Updated: 1/Oct/2020 17:40

by Jacob Hale

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Hector ‘H3CZ’ Rodriguez has reportedly acquired OpTic Gaming in a deal separate from his ties with NRG Esports, where he currently serves as co-CEO.

The deal reportedly sees H3CZ set to occupy the Los Angeles Call of Duty League spot held by OpTic Gaming, an organization he created and built before its sale in June 2019, in which Immortals Gaming Club acquired OpTic parent company, Infinite, in a deal valued at around $100m.

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According to Esports Observer, the acquisition is still pending League approval, and H3CZ himself “intends to divest to interested esports organizations.” This is likely a compulsory step due to ownership rules of the CDL preventing H3CZ having ownership in more than one team in the league.

As the original report says, “sources close to the deal have come forward stating that after negotiations spanning a little over a month, Rodriguez purchased the OpTic Gaming IP in its entirety.”

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H3CZ HuntsmenH3CZ currently serves as co-CEO of NRG Esports and their CDL team, Chicago Huntsmen.

This would mean that H3CZ owns every asset and resource under the OpTic Gaming umbrella, and that negotiations likely started taking place around the time of the Call of Duty League Championship in late-August.

His ties with Chicago Huntsmen are expected to remain intact, so where the CDL spot occupied by OpTic Gaming Los Angeles goes remains to be seen, though commissioner Johanna Faries has recently insisted that there is “great demand” for expansion slots — so one lucky team might just get their wish.

Naturally, fans want to see the likes of Nadeshot and his 100 Thieves organization find his way back into the Call of Duty League, but after his decision not to buy-in at the start of its inaugural year, it’s impossible to speculate whether he would have had a change of heart since then.

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We have reached out to H3CZ for comment.