Skrapz breaks into tears after brother Wuskin clutches up at CoD Champs

Albert Petrosyan

FaZe Clan professional Call of Duty player Matthew ‘Skrapz’ Marshall had a very emotional reaction to his brother Bradley ‘wuskin’ Marshall advancing at the CWL Championship 2019.

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There’s no doubting the fact that it must be a very difficult time right now for Skrapz, whose FaZe Clan team were brutally eliminated from CWL Champs via a reverse sweep by 100 Thieves in the first round of bracket play.

However, instead of allowing himself to drown in those sorrows, he decided to invest all of that emotion in cheering on for his brother wuskin and Team Reciprocity, who are still very much alive in the $2 million tournament.

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And the emotion came bursting out when Reciprocity completed a stunning comeback from 0-2 down to beat Luminosity on August 17, advancing to the semifinals of the Winners Bracket.

The edge-of-your-seat type of match came down to a game five, round 11, and when REC clutched up to take the series, Skrapz was cheering harder than anyone in the venue.

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After a while, his exhilarated roars of cheering turned into tears of joy, that at least his twin brother was succeeding where he had failed. 

Sitting next to their mother Victoria, Skrapz buried his face in his hands, letting all of the emotions of the moment and the whole weekend start pouring out.

What made everything that much more wholesome was that wuskin immediately came down to the viewing area after the match to hug his brother, and he was wearing one of Skrapz’s old team jerseys, a show of support after the previous day’s difficult loss.

You can follow all of the competitive action live via our dedicated CWL Champs 2019 hub, which features livestreams, updated scores, the Winners and Losers Brackets, final placements so far, and more.

Also, make sure to follow us on Twitter @DexertoINTEL for constant live update tweets through each day of the competition. 

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Albert is a former esports and gaming writer, focused particularly on Call of Duty and content creators. Spending over three years at Dexerto, Albert eventually now works with streamer NICKMERCS and the MFAM group. You can find Albert @AlbertoRavioli on Twitter.