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Professional CoD Players Have a New Plan to Grow the Competitive Scene

Some of the biggest names in the world of competitive Call of Duty have suggested a new way of helping to grow the scene through stricter practice schedules.

One of the biggest concerns within the competitive CoD scene in recent months, especially since the release of WWII, has been the apparent lack of esports growth despite the return to boots on the ground.

Many community members, players and fans alike, have reminisced about the higher profile that Call of Duty esports seem to enjoy in previous years, pointing at everything including less content and streams from the players themselves.

Some veterans have already started to take matters into their own hands, like Anthony ‘NAMELESS’ Wheeler, Jordan ‘JKap’ Kaplan, and Daniel ‘Loony’ Loza, who recently started “CoDCast”, a podcast focusing specifically on the competitive scene.

But they aren’t the only ones – FaZe Clan’s Dillon ‘Attach’ Price has become one of the most regular streamers/YouTubers in recent months and now his teammate Thomas ‘ZooMaa’ Paparatto has come up with an idea to totally restructure practice and streaming schedules to increase the amount of content being produced.

On April 15th the CWL Pro League Stage 1 champion released a series of Tweets where he suggested that professional teams should start practicing/scrimming earlier in the day so that they can switch their streams on for online tournaments and money 8s matches later in the evening when their prospective viewers are home from school and work.




The FaZe Clan man says that this would not only give the players a chance to put more time into their streams and content, but would also give them a better structure and schedule for day-to-day life rather than the largely nocturnal way that most of them live now.

He went on to say that he had come up with the idea while talking to Rise Nation’s Loony and Team Kaliber’s Lamar ‘Accuracy’ Abedi, but other professionals like eUnited’s Clayster and Evil Geniuses’ Patrick ‘ACHES’ Price were quick to show their support.



Clayster points out that it would also help players to get into a good routine for events, where they can sometimes find themselves playing from the morning right through to the end of the night.

A number of other community members, past and present, like Austin ‘SlasheR’ Liddicoat, Bryan ‘Apathy’ Zhelyazkov and Matt ‘Mr X’ Morello also showed their support for the idea and helped to suggest what the perfect schedule might look like.



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