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KiLLa hits out at Parasite over not being picked for a CWL Pro League team

Published: 14/Jul/2019 10:51 Updated: 14/Jul/2019 11:22

by Daniel Cleary


Former Call of Duty World Champion, Adam ‘KiLLa’ Sloss, claimed that he should be on a CWL Pro League roster, and even hit out at ex-teammate Chris ‘Parasite’ Duarte over the debate.

In the lead up to the CWL Finals in Miami, many amateur players will be looking to battle it out in the open bracket event to secure a Top 16 placing and book their spot at the prestigious Call of Duty World Championship 2019.

However, one of the former world champions, KiLLa, expressed that he feels he is too good a player to have to battle through the open bracket, and claimed that he deserves to be on a CWL Pro League team.

Call of DutyKiLLa won the Call of Duty World Championship in 2013 alongside Parasite, MirX and Karma.

KiLLa narrowly missed out on making it into the Pro League qualifier at CWL Vegas after placing T48, (top 32 made the cut), despite one of his teammates not showing up to the event and having to play with a stand-in.

He has failed to make his way on a Pro League team since and explained his disappointment with his current position on July 14: “Not to sit here and boast about myself but how am I not on a league team?” He asked, “Are people really this blind to greatness?”

The former OpTic Nation star highlighted what had happened the last time a Pro League team took a chance on him, managing to place 2nd at the Season 2 Playoffs with Dream Team during Black Ops III, saying, “Last team to pick me up was dT and I led them to a finals and put 11 racks in their pockets.”

Midnight pro player, Parasite, seemed to try to make light of the situation, jokingly replying to KiLLa with an image from Toy Story captioned: “You’re Trash… just like me.”

KiLLa did not appear to be in the joking mood, however, taking shots at Parasite’s lack of success in recent times compared to previous years, “You play with notable players and haven’t done anything in years.”

The pair continued to go back and forth with KiLLa then suggesting that Parasite should have picked him up, by asking him who the worst player on Midnight is, “So who’s your worst player?” He replied, “Do you ever want to be a contender again?” – hinting that he would be a better option.

Parasite explained that rosters were already locked in for the remainder of the 2019 CWL Season and claimed that he himself is the worst player on Midnight, and was not in position to pick KiLLa up, before wishing him the best.

KiLLa still wasn’t satisfied, calling Parasite ungrateful after suggesting that he was fundemental in their CoD Champs victory together in Black Ops II, resulting in the team winning $100,000 each.

He will have to qualify at the CWL Finals in Miami on July 19, if he wants to get a chance to replicate his previous success in the final event of year.

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How to watch Hitch’s $20K Black Ops 2 Invitational: Teams, schedule, more

Published: 28/Oct/2020 5:49 Updated: 28/Oct/2020 5:50

by Brad Norton


Returning for his final event of the Call of Duty League offseason, Team Summertime’s Davis ‘Hitch’ Edwards is hosting an enormous Black Ops 2 Invitational featuring former champions and popular content creators.

Throwback tournaments have been all the rage throughout the 2020 offseason and no one has been leading the charge quite like Hitch. Outside of hosting Warzone comps, his unique tournaments have spanned from Modern Warfare 2 to Black Ops 4. This time, his sights are set on 2012’s Black Ops 2.

Despite hackers ruining an early test for this particular event, the kinks have all seemingly been worked out. From former championship-winning teams to some of the biggest content creators, Hitch’s final event is set to be the biggest yet.

From how you can tune in, to every player joining the all-star Call of Duty event, we’ve got you covered. Here’s everything there is to know about the Black Ops 2 Invitational.

How to watch the Black Ops 2 Invitational

The final event of the offseason is set to kick off on Wednesday, October 28. Opening matchups will be going live at 3PM EST (12PM PT) and the broadcast will likely run for most of the day.

As per usual, it’s all expected to be featured on Hitch’s own Twitch stream which we’ve embedded below. A majority of the players and creators will likely be sharing their own perspectives throughout the event as well.

Teams competing in the Black Ops 2 Invitational

Some squads feature some of the most successful Call of Duty veterans while others consist of popular streamers. Regardless, every team is stacked with FPS talent so expect some close matchups.

Standing out among the eight rosters is a true throwback. The 2014 world championship team of Crimsix, Karma, TeePee, and ACHES, will be reuniting. Formerly representing Complexity and then Evil Geniuses, these four players haven’t been on the same team since 2014.

The full list of teams competing in the Black Ops 2 Invitational can be found below.

  • Team Dr Disrespect: Dr Disrespect, ZLaner, StoneMountain64, & KingRichard
  • Team CouRageJD: CouRageJD, Parad12e, LEQIQN, & MLGImpulse
  • Team The Mob: Classify, Mako, Froste, Flyroh
  • Team Scump: Scump, Envoy, Merk, & Rambo
  • Team Aydan: Aydan, Ritual, Kismet, & Parasite
  • Team Luli: Lulu, Blazt, Frozone, & Almxnd
  • Team Pamaj: Pamaj, Rated, JHaZe, & Exodass
  • Team TeePee: TeePee, Karma, Crimsix, & ACHES

Not much else is known regarding a specific schedule or format just yet. We’ll be sure to keep you updated when brackets are available.

Keep your eyes peeled for highlights and final results as the Black Ops 2 Invitational gets underway.