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Archive • Nov 13, 2017

Nadeshot on Retiring: " I knew I was quitting the second after we lost at the Call of Duty Championships."

After speculation over Matthew 'Nadeshot' Haag's retirement from CoD esports sparked again, the former OpTic Gaming player has cleared things up on Twitter. For many Call of Duty fans, Nadeshot stepping away from competing after the 2015 world championship is one of the most memorable moments in the history of the game. After a clip of former teammate James 'Clayster' Eubanks talking about the issue surfaced from his live stream, fans once again began to speculate on the reason for Nadeshot's retirment. Clayster seemed to suggest that another OpTic Gaming player, Ian 'Crimsix' Porter, had some involvement in Nade's decision, claiming that, "Nade quit because Crim told Hecz it was either Nade or Crim." His comment spread quickly, leaving some fans unsure of what to make of them
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Others dismissed the claim, and Crimsix himself seemed to indicate that Clayster may have been being humorous. And if anyone was still left puzzled over the situation, Nadeshot himself took to Twitter to clear things up. It appears that in all likelihood, Clayster's version of events was indeed just tongue-in-cheek fun, but that didn't stop fans speculating. Nadeshot confirms what many thought to the case, that OpTic Gaming's 7th place at the world championships was then endpoint for him, and signalled his decision for a change to be made. x