SiLLY Frustrated With Evil Geniuses Teammates After They Miss Out on CWL Pro League Playoffs - Dexerto
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SiLLY Frustrated With Evil Geniuses Teammates After They Miss Out on CWL Pro League Playoffs

Published: 7/Jul/2018 12:23 Updated: 26/Jul/2018 12:06

by Calum Patterson


As Evil Geniuses lost their game five against Team Envy in their final match of Stage Two at the CWL Pro League, their spot in the playoffs was wasted for the second time this season.

Justin “SiLLY” Fargo, who joined the EG roster following the first time they missed out on playoffs back at Stage One, took to Twitter almost immediately after the match to vent frustration with his teammate(s).

Evil Geniuses got off to a flying start following the roster change, recruiting SiLLY and Adam “Assault” Garcia in place of Anthony “NAMELESS” Wheeler and Ian “Enable” Wyatt, they took 2nd at CWL Seattle.

But their good run of form was relatively short lived as they bombed out of CWL Anaheim on day two, finishing top 16.

But the team still had a 5-2 record in Division A of the Pro League as they returned to complete their matches, and surely couldn’t throw away their playoff spot this time around.

But thanks to losses to Echo Fox, Red Reserve, FaZe Clan, Team Kaliber and finally Team Envy, somehow FaZe managed to snag the final playoff spot on the last day.

And during EG’s final match, it was clear for all fans to see that something wasn’t right amongst the side, as they were extremely wasteful in Search and Destroy and generally seemed demotivated.

SiLLY’s comments referred to the team’s coach Embry “Bevils” Bevil, who is known as a stellar SnD player but of course the team’s SnD was by far their worst mode.

Fans quickly began to speculate which player or players on EG SiLLY was referring to, while some were critical of SiLLY’s decision to voice his anger publicly with the World Championship still upcoming.

And SiLLY didn’t leave it at that, as he also took to Reddit to make some of his feelings clear.




Surprisingly, SiLLY also hinted that his team may not have played at their full potential because of the following match where Team Kaliber (already qualified) faced FaZe Clan.

SiLLY seems to suggest that Team Kaliber would not have been trying as hard in that final match where they didn’t need a win and the other team, FaZe did.


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LIVE: CDL Kickoff Classic 2021 – Skrapz gets Royal Ravens grudge match

Published: 24/Jan/2021 19:00 Updated: 24/Jan/2021 22:42

by Albert Petrosyan


The Call of Duty League’s 2021 campaign is just around the corner, but before the Black Ops Cold War professional season starts, the preseason has kicked off with the Kickoff Classic – where fans finally get to see the league’s best compete.

  • Battle of the North as revamped ROKKR face Ultra
  • Marquee matchup: OpTic Chicago vs. LA Thieves
  • Skrapz gets his revenge against Royal Ravens in tight 3-2 win

CDL Kickoff Classic: Stream

CDL Kickoff Classic: Schedule & scores

Sunday, January 24

London Royal Ravens 2-3 Paris Legion 12:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 7:00 AM (Jan 25)
Toronto Ultra vs Minnesota ROKKR 1:30 PM 4:30 PM 9:30 PM 8:30 AM (Jan 25)
OpTic Chicago vs LA Thieves 3:00 PM 6:00 PM 11:00 PM 10:00 AM (Jan 25)

Saturday, January 23

Dallas Empire 3-0 New York Subliners 12:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 7:00 AM (Jan 24)
LA Guerrillas 3-2 Seattle Surge 1:30 PM 4:30 PM 9:30 PM 8:30 AM (Jan 24)
Atlanta FaZe 2-3 Florida Mutineers 3:00 PM 6:00 PM 11:00 PM 10:00 AM (Jan 24)

Empire continue championship form, FaZe (and Surge) falter

The Dallas Empire were the best Call of Duty team in 2020 and that form has lasted into 2021. The day started with 2020 MVP Anthony ‘Shotzzy’ Cuevas-Castro racking up 35 kills and just 17 deaths with almost two minutes of hill time on Map 1, but then it became the Indervir ‘iLLeY’ Dhaliwal show as the upsurging player hit star form with some huge clutches.

With Empire cleaning up their former teammate James ‘Clayster’ Eubanks’ New York Subliners, the day moved on with two tight Map 5’s. First, Bryan ‘Apathy’ Zhelyazkov and the Los Angeles Guerrillas outdueled a revamped Seattle Surge 3-2 and then, in a twist few saw coming, the Florida Mutineers came back against the Atlanta FaZe.

As Cesar ‘Skyz’ Bueno returned to the form that earned him MVP candidacy in 2020, the Mutineers flew back from a 2-1 deficit and eventually clinched the 3-2 victory against a FaZe team who stood near the top of most standings for this season.

CDL Kickoff Classic: Teams & players

With this being the first official CDL matches in Black Ops Cold War, a lot of eyes are watching how the new rosters perform. Two of the most intriguing revamped rosters come with the year’s new brands: OpTic Chicago and the Los Angeles Thieves.

With Arcitys going to Atlanta, Dashy going to Chicago and Temp going to LA, the consequences of roster reshuffling will be key for fans to keep track of during the Kickoff Classic.

All 12 teams had to make at least one change due to the switch to a 4v4 format, with some opting to completely revamp their squads.

Team Players
Atlanta FaZe Simp, aBeZy, Cellium, Arcitys
Dallas Empire Crimsix, Shotzzy, Huke, iLLeY
Florida Mutineers Skyz, Havok, Owakening, Slacked
London Royal Ravens Seany, Alexx, Dylan, Zer0
Los Angeles Guerrillas SiLLY, Assault, Vivid, Apathy
Los Angeles Thieves SlasheR, Kenny, TJHaLy, Temp
Minnesota ROKKR Attach, Accuracy, Priestahh, MajorManiak
New York Subliners ZooMaa, Clayster, Mack, HyDra
OpTic Chicago Scump, FormaL, Envoy, Dashy
Paris Legion Skrapz, Classic, AquA, Fire
Seattle Surge Octane, Gunless, Prestinni, Loony
Toronto Ultra Methodz, Bance, CleanX, Cammy