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OpTic’s Crimsix and 100 Thieves’ Enable butt heads over boot camp scrims

Published: 25/Mar/2019 0:47 Updated: 4/Apr/2019 10:41

by Bill Cooney


100 Thieves Call of Duty player Ian ‘Enable’ Wyatt didn’t hold back against OpTic’s Ian “Crimsix” Porter after a scrimmage between the two sides on Twitch.

On March 24, Call of Duty stalwarts 100 Thieves and OpTic Gaming were set to scrim ahead of the start of the cross-division of the CWL Pro League. 

During the scrims, 100 Thieves’ player Sam ‘Octane’ Larew started commenting in Crimsix’s Twitch chat, which the streamer replied to by calling out 100 Thieves for showing up late to the scrimmages.

Shortly afterward, Enable shot back on Twitter, claiming that Crimsix had shown up two hours late every day to the OpTic boot camp that took place ahead of CWL Forth Worth.

“We played you at your boot camp bro don’t lie to your fans,” Enable wrote. “You showed up 2 hours late every day good try tho, [P]orter.”

Crimsix replied claiming that 100 Thieves had refused to play OpTic during the boot camp, a claim that Enable denied as well.

“No one showed up late,” Crimsix wrote. “You guys fucking refused to play us on the third day and you decided to not play Heretics because you set up an SND [challenge] AT A LAN. [Y]ou absolute morons.”


The OpTic boot camp has become a regular occurrence during the Black Ops 4 season, with the most recent edition featuring OpTic, 100 Thieves, Splyce, and Team Heretics. 

At the time of writing, a winner of the scrimmage between 100 Thieves and OpTic has yet to be decided.

OpTic and 100 Thieves will meet during official action in the last CWL match of Week 6 on April 4, and it will be interesting to see how the trash talk evolves until then.

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CoD streamer stunned after winning Warzone match despite dying

Published: 28/Nov/2020 11:24

by Daniel Cleary


Popular Twitch streamer its_iron was stunned after he managed to pick up an extremely lucky win during his Warzone broadcast, despite dying in the final 1v1 duel for the victory.

Picking up wins in Call of Duty’s battle royale, Warzone, can prove to be quite challenging for even the best of players, as you have to outlast 150 players in a single match to come out on top.

However, one Warzone streamer its_iron managed to pick up a bizarre victory, even surprising himself after somehow winning the battle royale match when he had been downed by his final opponent.

Warzone operator running with gun

During his November 27 Warzone broadcast, Its_iron had attempted to run the final player over with his cargo truck, but they had managed to explode the vehicle just in time with an airstrike killstreak, downing the streamer’s character in the process.

With the opponent running towards him to confirm the kill, the streamer had already admitted defeat and began praising the player for his clever tactic to counter his idea. “What a play, good stuff,” he admitted, thinking he had lost the Warzone match, “I can’t even be upset that at that one, heck of a play.”

However, as the Twitch streamer had picked up a self-revive Kit earlier in the game, the game did not end when he went down, and he was shocked to realize that he had actually won the game when he looked back at his screen.

“I never even saw him call in the [airstrike] either” he added, before reading his chat and discovering he picked up the win, “I won? No…he killed himself with the airstrike?”

Despite securing the win, the streamer revealed he did not feel as if he had earned it, adding that the other player had deserved it instead. “I feel bad, that’s unfortunate. I don’t feel like I won that,” he said.

While the airstrike initially worked well against the streamer, his final opponent was likely unaware of the second bombing run and eager to secure the kill before its_iron could use his self-revive to get back in the fight.