Rhys ‘Rated’ Price’s girlfriend has revealed that the Red Reserve star has reconsidered his decision to take a short break from Call of Duty after thinking about what his competition might be getting up to.
Rated and Red Reserve have proven themselves to be one of the very best teams in Call of Duty: WWII, finishing second at the last major event, CWL Anaheim.
The European squad won’t be happy until they reach the top, though, and that will mean dethroning a Rise Nation team that has looked imperious in recent months.
Rated’s girlfriend took to Twitter on July 9 to show just how serious the Welsh player is about achieving that task after he decided not to take the week break from playing that he had originally planned.
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When she asked him why he was no longer taking the time off, the Assault Rifle star stated that he had looked at himself and thought “Well is Gunless playing?”
"What you streaming, fortnite?"
-"Nah, CoD, got s2 and Champs coming up!"
"Thought you said you weren't going on CoD for a week"
-"Yeeaaah, but then I looked at myself and thought, Well is Gunless playing?"
— Kazii ♡ (@RiotKazii) July 9, 2018
Peirce ‘Gunless’ Hillman is Rise Nation’s Flex Player and considered by many to be the best player in the game by a comfortable margin.
The Canadian’s dedication to practice has quickly become one of the main talking points in competitive Call of Duty as he reportedly plays around three hours of public matches each day before other teams are even getting online to look for scrims.
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With Stage 2 playoffs for the CWL Pro League and the 2018 Call of Duty World Championship still on the horizon, it looks like Rated has decided he is going to match Gunless’ work ethic for the foreseeable future.
Red Reserve topped Division A in Stage 2 of the CWL Pro League with a score of 11-3 and Rise Nation currently sets atop Division B at 6-1; everything appears to be lining up for yet another showdown between the two titans at the Stage 2 playoffs.