Veteran professional player James 'Clayster' Eubanks gave in-depth insight on his Call of Duty career throughout the years.
Known for his elite level of play over the course of his historic professional career, Clayster has become one of the most recognized players across the entire competitive scene for his continued success and consistency from title-to-title.
He has been a member of some of the most notable teams in competitive CoD history - from the days of the early compLexity dynasty to the 2015 CoD Championship Denial roster - and has become a one-of-a-kind talent within the community.
Now a member of eUnited after being traded from FaZe Clan near the end of the Infinite Warfare season, Clayster provided some insight on the squad during a video by DBLTAP Esports,
including his leadership role.
"That's what I've wanted to do for so long is just have complete control of team. Like, play the vision that I see in my head, and have everybody execute it. And so that's what I really do on this team - I have a vision in my head on how I think the game should be played, and they all put in input, but they'll listen to me.
If I say, 'let's do this,' they're all like 'alright let's go.' Whereas a lot of my other teams there were a lot of egos that got in the way, and people just disagreeing with each other not wanting to make the team play, they want to make a hero play instead."
The full video from DBLTAP can be found below, which includes Clayster's analysis of his career thus far, current team situation, future legacy, and much more.
Clayster and the rest of the eUnited Call of Duty team will travel to New Orleans on January 12th, for the next event in the 2018 CWL season, where the team will battle it out for a share of the $200,000 prize pool and will look to secure themselves a spot in stage one of the CWL Pro League.