Jeremy ‘StuDyy’ Astacio has returned to the compLexity Gaming Call of Duty team after losing his spot on the team in April, but this time he’ll be taking on a completely different role.
StuDyy burst onto the competitive Call of Duty scene during the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 season but the following year was when he saw the most success.
Starting the Call of Duty: Ghosts season with Team JusTus and Curse New York, StuDyy was quick to impress and soon got the opportunity to join Team Envy along with legends like Joey ‘MerK’ Deluca and Raymond ‘Rambo’ Lussier.
The talented youngster helped Envy to secure a second place finish at the 2014 Call of Duty Championship and numerous other top four placements before finally switching to Denial and helping them win UMG Dallas towards the end of the series.
Advanced Warfare was a difficult year and, despite a slight resurgence during the Black Ops 3 season, results have been hard to come by ever since, including on Call of Duty: WWII.
StuDyy was eventually dropped by compLexity Gaming in April of 2018 following run of poor events but on June 12th it was announced that he is returning to the team, but not as a player - the 23 year old will now be focusing his efforts on helping coL as an analyst:
StuDyy fans will be happy to hear that he is remaining a part of the competitive Call of Duty scene and his first job as analyst will be to help the team get ready for CWL Anaheim, which begins on June 15th.
The compLexity Call of Duty team has been drawn in Pool D along with OpTic Gaming, Team Envy, and Splyce, so the players will need to be on their A game.
Presumably StuDyy will also be helping the team through the remainder of Stage 2 of the CWL Pro League and the World Championship but it is currently uncertain whether he will be travelling with the team to events or working remotely.