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ProoFy announces roster ahead of Black Ops 4 season

Published: 31/Oct/2018 22:57 Updated: 31/Oct/2018 22:59

by Wyatt Donigan


Call of Duty veteran Jordan ‘ProoFy’ Cannon turned a few heads by announcing that he’d be competing for the Black Ops 4 season.

ProoFy briefly played with eRa Eternity and UNiTE Gaming during the WWII season, but never caught much momentum before taking a step back from competing to be the General Manager of eRa Eternity. 

After being out of the competitive spotlight for most of that season, ProoFy announced on October 31 that he’d be teaming up with Jeremy ‘StuDyy’ Astacio, Devin ‘TTinyy’ Robinson, Mikhail ‘Blfire’ Glushenok, and Marcus ‘MBoZe’ Blanks for Black Ops 4.

“Really excited for the future and couldn’t be happier with the team,” ProoFy said in his announcement Tweet.

While the team has plenty of experience competing, they’ve mostly seen mixed results over the last couple of years.

StuDyy was perhaps the most successful of the bunch, managing a respectable 9-12 finish at CWL Dallas with Ground Zero to open the WWII season.

Blfire was last seen achieving a 21-24 finish at CWL Anaheim with Elevate NA before failing to make it to Champs.

TTinyy didn’t manage to place higher than 33-40 during the WWII season, but he’s already been grinding Black Ops 4, picking up three Search & Destroy tournament wins already.

MBoZe hasn’t played in the CWL since briefly teaming with Team Kaliber during the Black Ops 3 season back in 2016.

The players have yet to find an org to represent them for the season but are actively looking to get picked up ahead of CWL Vegas in December.

Full Roster

  • Jordan ‘ProoFy’ Cannon
  • Jeremy ‘StuDyy’ Astacio
  • Devin ‘TTinyy’ Robinson
  • Mikhail ‘Blfire’ Glushenok
  • Marcus ‘MBoZe’ Blanks
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How to get Flaming Pumpkin Head in Warzone & Modern Warfare

Published: 22/Oct/2020 10:14

by Jacob Hale


The Halloween Event in Modern Warfare & Warzone has brought in a whole bunch of new content for players to sink their teeth into — but one thing that players are chasing is the new Pumpkin Head and Flaming Pumpkin Head look.

As most uber-popular games do nowadays, Infinity Ward are capitalizing on the Halloween period with their own celebrations, including the Haunting in Verdansk Warzone event, new Operator packs with spooky skins and cosmetics and the Zombie Royale game mode.

With the new Trick or Treat rewards, you can also loot chests to find fun new blueprints, such as the Cleaver melee weapon that are exclusive to the Halloween event.

That said, the new Pumpkin Head style isn’t something you can pick up from the store or on your Battle Pass, and requires you to complete something in-game.

Leatherface Warzone
The Haunting of Verdansk event has brought iconic horror characters Leatherface and Jigsaw to Warzone.

Killstreak for Flaming Pumpkin head

The Pumpkin Head comes in two variants — either its regular version or, if you’re good enough, it sets alight too, letting you run around with a Flaming Pumpkin Head as you decimate enemies in the game.

Unfortunately, though, it’s not something you can equip. If you want to adorn the Pumpkin Head in multiplayer, you have to go on a 3 killstreak.

If you want to go one up and have a Flaming Pumpkin Head, though, you have to actually go on a 10 killstreak, which is significantly harder than 3, but makes the pumpkin ever more impressive. You will, however, lose it upon death.

Warzone pumpkin die on the vine
There are also a number of emblems, calling cards and more with the pumpkin for Halloween.

How to get the Pumpkin Head in Warzone

It’s worth noting that this doesn’t work the same in Warzone as it does in multiplayer. While many believe the pumpkin head can be earned through a 3 killstreak in Warzone, this isn’t actually true.

So far, it seems the only way to get the pumpkin head in Warzone is to pick up a juggernaut, which automatically comes with the head attached as standard during the Haunting of Verdansk event.

Of course, while players who come up against you and your lit pumpkin head will know that you’re evidently a good player, it does make you a lot easier to see, so beware as enemies make more of an effort to hunt you out and stop you from staying low-key, especially if you’re seeking even higher killstreaks.