Echo Fox Pro CoD Player Temp Takes Shots at OpTic's Scump and Crimsix, Calling Them "The Fakest Pros" - Dexerto
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Echo Fox Pro CoD Player Temp Takes Shots at OpTic’s Scump and Crimsix, Calling Them “The Fakest Pros”

Published: 17/May/2018 3:45 Updated: 11/Mar/2019 12:54

by Albert Petrosyan

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No competitive Call of Duty season is complete without some of the usual smack talk and name calling that goes on between professional players.

One name that has constantly been at the forefront of the trash talking this season has been that of Donovan ‘Temp’ Laroda, who currently plays for Echo Fox.

Temp, who started the season with Team EnVy, has been involved in several spells of drama this season, including a drawn out and publicized locking of horns with Doug ‘Censor’ Martin and some questionable comments he made about former player Matt ‘Nadeshot’ Haag.

Most recently, the targets of his critical comments were none other than OpTic Gaming’s Seth ‘Scump’ Abner and Ian ‘Crimsix’ Porter.

Temp was appearing as a guest on the Call of Duty podcast show ‘The CoDCast’ when he was asked by host Anthony ‘NAMELESS’ Wheeler about who he felt was the most fake professional player in the competitive scene.

Temp went a step further and offered the name of both of the OpTic superstars.

“I’m going to have to go with, whoa, actually wait lowkey, I’ll probably say Seth or Crim, right now. Probably one of them two.”

At the end of the day, credit must be given to Temp for not being afraid of speaking his mind, especially since he will most likely receive heavy backlash from OpTic fans, who are known to react quickly when their favorite team and/or players are spoken of in a negative way.

Even NAMELESS pointed that out after Temp made his comments.

“The one team you don’t touch with a question like. You just leave OpTic, you don’t say that. Now you’re getting toasted.”

The clip of Temp’s comments can be seen down below, and the entirety of Episode #7 of The CoDCast can be seen on NAMELESS’ official YouTube channel.

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How to watch $200k Warzone Twitch Rivals Season 6 Showdown: stream, date

Published: 21/Oct/2020 18:47

by Daniel Cleary

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Twitch Rivals has announced another Warzone Showdown for Season 6, with plenty of the top content creators and pros ready to battle it out for a share of the $200,000 prize pool. Here’s everything you’ll need to watch.

Warzone fans have had plenty of competitive action to watch since the release of the battle royale title, and many of the biggest stars in gaming have jumped to the new Call of Duty mode to entertain their fans.

With the Haunting of Verdansk event now underway and Black Ops Cold War fast approaching, Twitch Rivals revealed that they would be hosting their biggest Warzone showdown yet to close out the Modern Warfare season. Here’s what you need to know.

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The Haunting of Verdansk event has taken over Warzone.

When does Twitch Rivals’ Warzone showdown start?

The Season 6 Twitch Rivals Showdown event is scheduled to kick off on Friday, October 23. The action is expected to get underway at 9AM PT/ 12PM ET / 5 PM BST / 6PM CEST.

The event itself will be split into two regional tournaments, one for Europe and one for North American players, with $100,000 up for grabs in each region.

How to watch the Warzone Season 6 Showdown

As always, the Warzone Showdown will be streamed with commentary on the official Twitch Rivals channel, which we have embedded down below.

Each of the players competing will also be able to stream the Twitch Rivals Showdown from their point-of-view, giving Call of Duty fans plenty of ways to tune in to the action.

With the recent Haunting of Verdansk in Warzone, players won’t have too long to adapt to all of the Halloween-themed changes in-game and it should make for some entertaining moments.

Official Twitch Rivals stream

Who is playing in the Warzone S6 Showdown

For this Twitch Rivals Warzone Showdown, the format will be Duos and the event is expected to be stacked with 45 duos competing in each region.

While the full list of players has not been announced by Twitch Rivals, they have given some hints as to who will be making their appearance on October 23.

Pros and streamers like NICKMERCS, Scump, Tommey, TimTheTatman, UnRationaL, and more have all been teased, but it is likely that more will be announced closer to the event.