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Call of Duty • Aug 03, 2019

Maven roasts Censor over Yanet Garcia during Modern Warfare reveal

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Maven roasts Censor over Yanet Garcia during Modern Warfare reveal
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Former Call of Duty pro Doug 'Censor' Martin's trip to the Modern Warfare reveal event didn't go exactly as planned, as he found himself on the wrong end of a roast by CWL caster Clint 'Maven' Evans.

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Despite not being on the official list of content creators invited to the global reveal event for Modern Warfare multiplayer, Censor still somehow found himself at Activision Studios on August 1.

While it wasn't clear whether or not he was going to be allowed to play the game, the YouTuber did hang around for a little while, even conducting an informal interview on-screen with Gotaga, a former CoD pro himself.

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However, when he passed the mic back to the broadcast desk, Maven couldn't help but take advantage of the opportunity to throw a jab at Censor that had the entire crew chuckling.

"Now not only is Doug jealous of not playing the game, but he's jealous of being bilingual," he said, tongue in cheek. "To be fair, he did try to learn Spanish."

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For those who have been living under a rock for the past year or so, Maven was referencing Censor's former relationship with Mexican model Yanet Garcia.

While they were considered a power couple when they were dating, there was always an obvious language barrier between the two, as neither spoke the other's native language well.

The end of their relationship became a very public and highly-discussed topic among fans, pro players, and even the news, with many taking shots at the FaZe star, believing that he had chosen his CoD career over Garcia.

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However, Maven made it a point to clarify after the fact that he did not have malicious intent, and that his comments were nothing more than a joke.

"It was all in good fun," he tweeted. "I f*cking love Doug. I just had a couple chances that I couldn't pass up." 

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As far as whether or not Censor actually did get to try the multiplayer, the YouTuber posted a video claiming that he "got kicked out trying to play Modern Warfare."

However, considering that he was allowed inside the venue of such a exclusive event, it seems more likely that him "getting kicked out" was just a joke from Activision. 

Players will get to try out the multiplayer for themselves during the upcoming beta sessions, which will be open to everyone on all platforms.

The full Modern Warfare game will be released on October 25, 2019 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.