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OpTic's TeeP Roasts Nadeshot's CoD Career After Beating Him in a Fortnite Tournament

by Albert Petrosyan

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Often times good competition can make for the best and funniest moments between friends competing against each other.

Former captain of OpTic Gaming's CoD team Matt 'Nadeshot' Haag and current OpTic coach Tyler 'TeeP' Polchow had a friendly war of words live on stream.

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The two were competing against each other in the first round of KEEMSTAR's 'Friday Fortnite' tournament, which featured some of the biggest names in the gaming content creation industry.

Nadeshot's teammate was Ali 'Myth' Kabbani, captain of Team SoloMid's pro Fortnite team, while TeeP teamed with OpTic's Jack 'CouRage' Dunlop.

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Before the match, TeeP couldn't help but point out that Nadeshot seems to always need help when trying to beat him.

"I just wanted to say, first you needed Seth [OpTic Scump] to beat me, and now you needed to get Myth. It's unbelievable, you always need to get a hard carry don't you man?"

TeeP was of course talking about OpTic Gaming's Seth 'Scump' Abner, with whom Nadeshot was teammates with on OpTic for several years.

As the group laughed, Nadeshot tried to come back with his own roast.

"TeeP, have you ever won a championship without Crimsix? [...] Have you won a championship without Crimsix, Aches, or Scump?"

This was a reference to the compLexity Gaming/Evil Geniuses CoD dynasty, of which TeeP, Ian 'Crimsix' Porter, and Patrick 'ACHES' Price were part of.

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TeeP ended it all with the ultimate roast as he took the conversation to number of Champs wins.

"How many champs do you have in general? Do I have triple yours?"

After that, Nadeshot conceded the war of words, ending the light-hearted roast session with a white flag of truce.

"I actually would never disrespect you when it comes to Call of Duty, so I'm not going to say a fucking word."

 

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The two would go on to play against each other in the first round of the tournament, which TeeP and CouRage were able to handle with relative ease.