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NICKMERCS slams eUnited’s aBeZy and other CoD players during Twitch rant

Published: 12/Nov/2018 17:08 Updated: 12/Nov/2018 17:14

by Ross Deason


Nick ‘NICKMERCS’ Kolcheff had some choice words for Tyler ‘aBeZy’ Pharris when he discussed the 19-year-old Call of Duty star during a recent Twitch stream.

NICKMERCS may be best known for his Fortnite streams but he has deep roots in the competitive CoD scene and is well known and respected by the majority of professional players.


One name that won’t be on his Christmas card list, though, is eUnited’s aBeZy, who appears to have gotten on the bad side of the Twitch star at some point in the past.

“When you spend enough time around somebody, you realize who they are,” Nick stated. “That kid’s a fucking asshole. He’s been an asshole his entire time on Call of Duty. He’s got very few friends and a lot of enemies.”


The streamer wasn’t finished there, though: “There’s a reason for that. You can’t just go around treating everybody like shit and expect everybody to be quiet about it. The kid’s a fucking prick. He’s always been a prick.”

It’s not clear what happened to cause such a severe dislike between the two, but NICKMERCS makes it clear that nothing will be resolved until aBeZy apologizes to him.

“That mother fucker is a prick, and there’s a lot of them in the Call of Duty scene that are just like that man. They’re fucking assholes, and they always have been, everyone knows it,” the 100 Thieves streamer continued, sharing his thoughts about the scene as a whole.


It would seem that Nick’s opinions about aBeZy are not as widespread within the scene as he originally stated, though, as aBeZy’s teammate, Preston ‘Prestinni’ Sanderson was quick to come to his aid on Reddit.

“I heard the story from Tyler himself. Tyler is the coolest kid and not an asshole at all. From what i heard, the story isn’t even bad,” suggesting that Nick might be over-exaggerating the situation.



Patrick ‘ACHES’ Price also reached out to Nick on Twitter, saying that the streamers statements came across as: “very toxic when your one of your biggest resentments of the COD community was how toxic it is.”

Nick simply responded by saying that ACHES “clearly didn’t know the kid.”


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How to get free Texas Chainsaw Massacre emblem & calling card in Warzone

Published: 19/Oct/2020 21:18 Updated: 19/Oct/2020 21:22

by Tanner Pierce


Activision has officially unveiled all the details about the Haunting of Verdansk event coming to Call of Duty: Warzone, and it’s going to be packed with spooky content. To celebrate, Lionsgate is offering special Texas Chainsaw Massacre-themed content for the game, and we’ve got the details on how to unlock them.

After being leaked around a week ago, Activision has finally unveiled its Saw and Texas Chainsaw Massacre crossovers in Warzone. Players will soon be able to purchase bundles based on the two horror franchises in the in-game store for around $20, and they both come with the usual suspects: ew Operators skins, weapon blueprints, emotes, etc.


Players will also be able to get their hands on a couple of items themed around the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise without having to put down any cash or COD points at all if they follow some simple steps.

How to unlock the Texas Chainsaw Massacre emblem & calling card?

Unlocking these items is simple – you don’t have to do anything within the actual Modern Warfare or Warzone application to earn them. Instead, just get on their computer or mobile device, go to the film franchise’s main website and follow some easy steps in order to get a free emblem and calling card:

  1. Go to
  2. Click the “Proceed” button that pops up near the bottom of the screen.
  3. After the images and text, enter your email where provided.
  4. Click submit.
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If players want to get their hands on Texas Chainsaw Massacre-themed items, they’ll have to follow the steps below.

After that point, Activision will send you a code for the emblem and calling card within two weeks. It is interesting to note, however, that the fine print on the website says it’ll be available in-game after November 9, 2020, which would technically be three weeks from the announcement, so it’s unknown what the case actually is.

We also don’t technically have a peek at either the calling card or emblem, so it’s anyone’s best guess as to what it actually looks like in-game. More than likely, it’ll be similar to the image seen on the site – but that’s pure speculation at this point.

We’ll update this article with more details and images when they become available.