Doug 'Censor' Martin is winning in most parts of his life, including dating the world's hottest weatherwoman and living in his dream home.
Unfortunately for the Sharknado star, he doesn't always get his own way, as he found out when he wasn't picked by his professional player peers during an 8's matchup.
The popular YouTuber returned to competitive Call of Duty for the WWII season, and despite a few high profile hiccups, including missing out on the CWL Pro League with Enigma6 because he had points forfeited for fake wins on the GB ladder, he's continued to give it a shot.
Playing for his own organization Next Threat, he has qualified for the Stage One playoffs of the US CWL National Circuit and will face off against Gone Gaming in the semi-final on Friday, February 16th. A win will secure them a shot at the Stage One title against either GGEA Orange or Enigma6.
In preparation for those matches, it appears Censor was attempting to get picked during an 8's pro matchup, but his requests were denied.
The 13-minute video of Parasite's stream
shows unique insight into the North American professional scene as the players talk between each other about who should be picked, as well as roasting each other when it doesn't go there way.