OpTic Gaming’s Brandon ‘Dashy’ Otell and G2 player Rasim ‘Blazt’ Ogresevic both previously teamed with legendary player Doug ‘Censor’ Martin – but their time together wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows.
During the CoD: WWII season – Censor’s comeback year to competitive Call of Duty – the trio played together under compLexity Gaming, alongside fourth member Ricky ‘Ricky’ Stacy.
The team was not exactly successful, failing to make top 12 at the three events they attended, including the CWL World Championship, and also missing out on playoffs of the CWL Pro League Stage 2.
The roster had plenty of talent in Dashy and Blazt, plus veteran leadership and experience from Ricky and Censor, but could not break into the upper echelon of professional teams.
It looks like the team’s practice might have had something to do with this though, as Dashy and Blazt reveal, recalling a story of Censor being “sick” and unable to scrim.
Only hours after claiming he was too sick to practice though, Blazt explains that Censor was out on a jet ski.
Although this story is certainly believable, Censor was known as one of the more dedicated players throughout the WWII season, frequently playing ‘Money 8’s’ with other pro players, putting up his own money to get better practice.
Upon retiring at the end of the season due to lack of team opportunities, Censor explained that he felt some players thought he wasn’t fully committed to competitive CoD, with one eye on his YouTube career.
Since retiring, Censor has hinted at a comeback on numerous occasions, even stating his intent to get his spot back on the FaZe roster for Black Ops 4.