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Call of Duty • Jul 22, 2018

Epsilon's Dqvee Pulls Off Insane 1v4 - While Using Hilariously Obscene Paintjob

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Epsilon's Dqvee Pulls Off Insane 1v4 - While Using Hilariously Obscene Paintjob

Epsilon's star man David "Dqvee" Davies managed an incredible 1v4 clutch on CoD: WWII during a competitive match - but the highlight of the play might have been his custom weapon camo.

Epsilon will be gearing up for the World Championship on August 15, after a tough run in the Pro League meant they missed out on playoffs for the second time this season.

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Dqvee, who is always a joker, has had a tough year overall, from having a teammate simply not show up to travel to an event, to successive disappointing placings at tournaments.

But World Championship time is traditionally when Dqvee steps up, and looks like he is at least finding some SnD form, a game mode Epsilon struggled with in the Pro League.

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Placing fourth at the 2016 Championship, then top 12 in 2017, Dqvee will be desperate break back into those top placings this year and has said that a good run at champs could make up for the year so far.

Practicing hard with the team, he pulls off a brilliant 1v4, requiring some expert map positioning and gun skill. Typically 1v4 clutches require a helping of luck, but this was all Dqvee.

However, fair warning, you may find yourself distracted when watching this clutch, by the phallic shape imprinted on his PPSH.

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Phallic imagery aside, the play itself is incredible, topped off by some unbelievably accurate shots on to his final opponent, made more impressive using an SMG.

And for the camo itself, it seems Dqvee is more than proud of his artwork.

You can next see the Epsilon boys compete at the 2018 World Championship with the group stage starting on August 15, with the finals taking place at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio.

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