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How to watch Code Red: Modern Warfare ft. Shroud, Dr Disrespect, Nadeshot

Published: 29/Oct/2019 12:44 Updated: 29/Oct/2019 14:30

by Andy Williams


Competitive Modern Warfare is set to kick-off with Code Red’s 2v2 tournament on October 29, which will showcase some of the biggest personalities in streaming playing the all-new Gunfight game mode.

This year’s iteration in the Call of Duty series will see the introduction of a franchised league for the first time in the first-person shooter’s history. Set to kick-off in the beginning of 2020, the CDL will display some of the finest players (from far and wide) using their talents on the sticks to represent their respective city. 

Before the official franchised league gets underway, Code Red are putting on a tournament to reignite competitive interests during the off-season.

G FuelDr Disrespect will show no mercy versus his competition.

When is the Code Red: Modern Warfare tournament?

The tournament will begin on October 29, with Code’s Red teaming up with Dr Disrespect to put on Modern Warfare’s first competitive tournament since the game’s official launch. 

The two-time will squad up with none other than Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek in a bid to take-down the competition. Joining them in battle will be none other than former OpTic Gaming duo, Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag and Matthew ‘FormaL’ Piper among a host of other talent.

Where to watch Code Red: Modern Warfare

The tournament will be streamed live on and is set to start at 1PM PT / 4PM EST / 8PM GMT. Competitors will also be streaming their perspective live on their own channels. 

You can watch BoomTV’s official stream below (Mobile users click here for stream).

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Alongside the ex-OpTic pair and the two streaming giants, other big names have been confirmed for the event, including New York Subliners duo, Dillon ‘Attach’ Price and Thomas ‘ZooMaa’ Paparratto.

Gunfight is the game mode of choice, which will feature all of the purpose-built maps and rules  — which are tailored perfectly to intense competitive play. In terms of the prize pool, those taking top honors will earn the lion’s share of $10,000, all from the comfort of their home setup. 

So the stage is set and the teams are poised to lock horns live on-stream for the first time since Modern Warfare’s official launch on October 25.

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Better than Karma & FormaL? Aydan reacts to Dr Disrespect praise | CharlieIntel Podcast #11

Published: 29/Nov/2020 0:36 Updated: 29/Nov/2020 1:01

by Albert Petrosyan


In Partnership with Xfinity

In Episode 11 of the CharlieIntel Podcast, battle royale superstar Aydan addresses the bold praise he recently received from Dr Disrespect, which caused quite the stir on social media.

Dr Disrespect recently raised a lot of eyebrows in the world of online gaming, particularly in the Call of Duty community, after he made bold comments claiming Aydan “could be the best controller gamer the world has ever seen.”

He called the former Fortnite pro “something else,” while insinuating that he was above and beyond the likes of Karma and FormaL, two CoD legends (and in the case of FormaL, also a Halo standout) who most consider to be the ‘GOATs’ (greatest of all time) in the console/controller scene.

When asked about it on the CharlieIntel Podcast, Aydan admitted to feeling very honored to be given such praise from the Two-Time and humbly named off some other controller players who he felt also deserved such recognition.

“It’s very honorable, of course, especially from Doc, how big he is,” he said on the CharlieIntel Podcast. “I think there are a lot of other talented controller players out there. For example Shotzzy, he won a Championship in Halo and CoD recently. FormaL also played Halo, so I definitely give them a lot of props.

“I’ve played Fortnite and Warzone and I’ve been doing well so I understand where he’s [Doc] coming from and on top of that, the world record game, which probably convinced him a little more. But I’ll take it, I’m happy with that.”