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Loses control of the series against eUnited
April 24, 2018
Parasite looked poised to dominate eUnited early on in Ghost Gaming's series against them, but that quickly changed into a 3-0 sweep loss in the Winners Semifinals of CWL Seattle, sending Ghost Gaming down into the Losers Bracket.
ANALYSIS
Parasite was hungry for glory, and his early game performance demonstrated as much, but hunger alone doesn't win championships, and Parasite learned this the hard way against eUnited. Parasite had a promising start in Round 1 Hardpoint keeping up a positive KD of 35/28 at round's end, but eUnited would stay one step ahead and end up clutching the round by under 30 seconds from Ghost Gaming's noses. The pattern continued in Round 2 Search & Destroy, where Parasite led Ghost Gaming to three consecutive game victories, but eUnited doubled that number easily, leaving Ghost Gaming with another round loss despite Parasite's positive KD of 7/6. By the time Round 3 Capture the Flag rolled around, Parasite had no answer for eUnited's renewed onslaught, as his unpreparedness earned Parasite the worst KD of Ghost Gaming for the round at 9/19.
Fails to keep up with eUnited
April 24, 2018
Pandur struggled to no avail in Ghost Gaming's 3-0 sweep loss to eUnited in the Winners Semifinals of CWL Seattle.
ANALYSIS
Pandur lagged behind eUnited this series as they always seemed one step ahead of Ghost Gaming's plans. Pandur suffered with a barely negative KD of 30/32 in Round 1 Hardpoint, as eUnited beat Ghost Gaming by less than 30 seconds of hardpoint control time. The pattern continued in Round 2 Search & Destroy, where despite early game victories by Ghost Gaming, eUnited quickly mounted an epic comeback, resulting in Pandur scoring another negative KD with 4/7. At this point, Pandur could do nothing to stop eUnited from crushing Ghost Gaming outright in Round 3 Capture the Flag, where Ghost Gaming scored no flag captures and Pandur tallied a negative KD yet again with 16/18.
Hero plays not enough to stop eUnited
April 24, 2018
Despite getting some key multi-kills in early rounds, Lacefield's heroics weren't enough to stop the freight train of eUnited from barreling over Ghost Gaming in a 3-0 loss in the Winners Semifinals of CWL Seattle.
ANALYSIS
Lacefield had some great moments against eUnited during the first half of the series, but he and his team failed to capitalize on them. A prime example of this was Round 1 Hardpoint, where despite Lacefield getting some multi-kills to open up eUnited's defenses, Ghost Gaming still lost the round by less than 30 seconds of hardpoint control time, as Lacefield wound up with a slightly negative KD of 28/29. Lacefield was able to stay alive and help his team in the early games of Round 2 Search & Destroy, but eUnited quickly turned the tables, and the results were disastrous for Lacefield as he dipped into deeply negative KD territory with 2/8. In Round 3 Capture the Flag, Lacefield was the only member of Ghost Gaming to score a positive KD with 16/16, while the rest of his team quickly crumbled under eUnited's assault, resulting in a sweep loss and Ghost Gaming being shunted down to the Losers Bracket of CWL Seattle.
Quickly loses momentum in rounds against eUnited
April 24, 2018
GodRx helped Ghost Gaming secure some early leads on eUnited only to get outpaced before long, as Ghost Gaming lost in a 3-0 sweep in the Winners Semifinals at CWL Seattle.
ANALYSIS
GodRx's performance could only be described as inconsistent throughout the series, as any tricks Ghost Gaming had up their sleeves were quickly countered, causing GodRx's stats to suffer. For instance, in Round 1 Hardpoint, GodRx simply didn't keep up with eUnited's moves, as eUnited were able to win the round by less than 30 seconds of hardpoint control time, while GodRx's KD suffered as a result with 24/33. GodRx was able to get some quick kills in Round 2 Search & Destroy, helping win the first three games, but eUnited quickly countered with a reverse sweep of six game wins, while GodRx wound up with a mere break-even 6/6 KD for his trouble. GodRx ran out of steam by the time Round 3 Capture the Flag came about, as his KD again sank into negative territory with 10/13, and this time the round loss was convincing instead of narrow, with Ghost Gaming not getting a single flag capture on the board.
Slaughters Ghost Gaming
April 24, 2018
Prestinni continuously tallied the best KD scores against Ghost Gaming during eUnited's 3-0 sweep against them in the Winners Semifinals of CWL Seattle.
ANALYSIS
Call Prestinni a Ghostbuster, because he was getting the highest KD totals of eUnited throughout the whole series against Ghost Gaming. Prestinni's display of dominance started as early as Round 1 Hardpoint, where he got the highest KD total of eUnited with a solid 34/27 and 1:11 of hardpoint control time. Despite eUnited getting a slow start in Round 2 Search & Destroy, Prestinni still managed to chalk up an unspeakable double-positive KD of 11/5, instrumental in helping eUnited mount the comeback that won them the round. Finally, Prestinni became the star slayer for eUnited yet again in Round 3 Capture the Flag, where he again scored the best KD of his team at 16/10 and even earned the most flag captures for his team with two out of eUnited's four flag captures.
Dependable AR performance against Ghost Gaming
April 24, 2018
Arcitys could be counted on to put in solid assault rifle work for eUnited during their 3-0 sweep against Ghost Gaming in the Winners' Semifinals of CWL Seattle.
ANALYSIS
Arcitys is known for both his solid assault rifle play and his team chemistry with eUnited, and both were on display against Ghost Gaming. In Round 1 Hardpoint, his skills in both of those areas allowed him to claim the most hardpoint control time with 2:01, as well as a positive KD of 27/26. Arcitys continued his assault rifle reign of terror against Ghost Gaming in Round 2 Search & Destroy, where, despite a slow start that allowed Ghost Gaming to win three straight games, eUnited mounted an epic comeback where Arcitys tallied a double-positive KD of 6/3. Finally, in Round 3 Capture the Flag, Arcitys could be seen using the assault rifle again to nail Ghost Gaming's coffin shut, as he notched another positive KD of 15/12 and a flag capture, sealing eUnited's 3-0 sweep.
Seems right at home with eUnited
April 24, 2018
Despite being the newest member of the squad, Felony made some solid contributions to eUnited's 3-0 victory against Ghost Gaming in the Winners' Semifinals of CWL Seattle.
ANALYSIS
eUnited wanted Felony for a reason, and that reason became apparent during eUnited's series against Ghost Gaming. Round 1 Hardpoint demonstrated Felony's prowess and teamwork with eUnited right away, as he scored an impressive number of kills with his break-even 33/33 KD and 55 seconds of hardpoint control time. Felony didn't do so well, at least at first, in Round 2 Search & Destroy, as eUnited lost three straight games, but Felony and eUnited eventually warmed up enough to retake the round in dramatic fashion despite Felony's negative 5/7 KD. Lastly, Felony scored another break-even KD in Round 3 Capture the Flag with 18/18.
Gets super confident after win against Ghost Gaming
April 24, 2018
Clayster got a confidence boost after helping his team eUnited score a 3-0 shutout against Ghost Gaming in the Winners Semifinals of CWL Seattle.
ANALYSIS
Clayster was his usual boisterous self throughout CWL Seattle, but he was even more so after they took down Open Bracket upstarts Ghost Gaming to advance to the CWL Seattle Winners Semifinals. The match started out relatively evenly when eUnited was able to stop Ghost Gaming from winning Round 1 Hardpoint by less than 30 seconds, Clayster's contribution to that victory being a barely negative KD of 28/31 and 39 seconds of hardpoint control time. Things looked to go in favor of Ghost Gaming early in Round 2 Search & Destroy, as Ghost Gaming won three straight games at first, but eUnited answered back with six straight game victories in response, as Clayster notched a positive KD of 5/4. Round 3 Capture the Flag was no contest, as eUnited scored four flag captures collectively while Ghost Gaming scored none, while Clayster scored a cool KD of 17/11. Clayster was so pumped from the shutout that he led eUnited on a collective teabagging session of a Ghost Gaming corpse in the final seconds of the match.
Stomped into a mere Top 20 placing at CWL Seattle
April 24, 2018
Splyce had a shot at greatness at CWL Seattle, being a top seed in Pool D, but they couldn't take it as loss after loss eventually condemned Splyce into an underwhelming Top 20 placing.
ANALYSIS
Splyce, who were once considered the premier European Call of Duty team, had a disastrous run at CWL Seattle. They were seeded into Pool D with Team Kaliber, Evil Geniuses, and Red Reserve, and they lost to all three of them. The only sign of life they had during initial pool play on Friday was a single map win against Team Kaliber; the other two games were 3-0 shutouts. They at least proved they hadn't sunk to amateur status when they won against Open Bracket opponents EZG Blue on Saturday, but Splyce were subsequently put out of their misery later that evening by Luminosity Gaming in the Losers Bracket. MadCat himself hasn't said much about their CWL Seattle run on Twitter, but he appears to be focusing his sights on the remainder of the WWII season.
Humilates long-time rival Aches
April 23, 2018
SlasheR utterly tore through Evil Geniuses in a double grand finals series, winning the first game 3-1 and the second 3-0, to win the CWL Seattle Open Championships.
ANALYSIS
SlasheR and Aches have had a long rivalry over the course of Call of Duty history. Sunday, SlasheR got the last laugh. Over the course of two series, Aches and Evil Geniuses were only able to win one map, the very first map of the grand finals, while SlasheR shredded through the rest of the set. SlasheR had a rough start with the first Round 1 Hardpoint on Saint Marie Du Monte, a map and game mode that Evil Geniuses specifically planned for. But by the first Round 3 Capture the Flag SlasheR was playing like his classic self. He reamed Evil Geniuses from that point on, easily landing and trading kills without a care in the world. All this was helped by how easily his teammates could pressure Evil Geniuses with their fast triple SMG setup.
Shatters enemy defenses
April 23, 2018
Gunless' flexibility once again dominated in a double grand finals win at the CWL Seattle Open, winning the first series 3-1 and the second 3-0 against Evil Geniuses.
ANALYSIS
Gunless had a slight stumble at first, but he was quick to recover. The first Round 1 Hardpoint on Saint Marie Du Monte was sloppy for Gunless as Evil Geniuses were able to out-rotate Rise Nation. This was mostly due to Evil Geniuses air-tight rotations from Lookout Post to Restaurant to Winery Lot that scored the team easy points. However, Gunless quickly rebounded in Round 2 Search & Destroy. Evil Geniuses tried to play a very slow game to throw him off, so Gunless played even slower. Running a BAR assault rifle, he was able to wall-bang Evil Geniuses out of cover, such as in Game 10. After that, the rest of the series was a breeze as Gunless melted with every weapon. His SMGs were vital in Round 4 Hardpoint and Round 2 Search & Destroy on Valkyrie due to Valkyrie being a heavy SMG map, while his flexibility helped him close out the second Round 3 Capture the Flag.
Bullies lanes and objectives
April 23, 2018
Loony pushed lanes in a double grand finals win at CWL Seattle, winning the first game 3-1 and the second 3-0 against Evil Geniuses.
ANALYSIS
Loony was superb at pressuring his opponents and pushing them off objectives. At least, after the first Round 1 Hardpoint. He was slightly outshone by his younger teammate, TJHaLy, who performed a similar role of pressuring Evil Geniuses. The difference for Loony was that he was able to pepper shots and harass players, not having to rely much on slaying, unlike TJHaLy. This was especially helpful in the first Round 3 Capture the Flag on Flak Tower, the first Round 4 Hardpoint on Valkyrie, and the second Round 2 Search & Destroy on Valkyrie. Valkyrie is a map that favors quick shots and fast movement due to the cramped map and its complexes of buildings. Loony was able to scout positions easily here thanks to his mobility. Meanwhile, his SMG helped to harass Evil Geniuses out of cover.
Plays his normal self
April 23, 2018
TJHaLy burned through Evil Geniuses' limp defenses in a double grand finals victory to claim the CWL Seattle Championships, winning the first game 3-1 and the second game 3-0.
ANALYSIS
TJHaLy just did his normal tactics of rushing around the map and slaying out. Of course, it helped to have players like Gunless and SlasheR to help confirm kills as well. TJHaLy had only one rough round in the first Round 1 Hardpoint on Saint Marie Du Monte due to Evil Geniuses having built special strategies for the map. In the first Round 2 Search & Destroy, TJHaLy found his footing as he was able to take on Evil Geniuses alongside Loony by playing a surprisingly slow game. From then on, the pace of the game only picked up thanks to TJHaLy's gameplay. He dashed across the map hunting for kills, though also making sure never to stay out of sight of his teammates SlasheR and Gunless. This tactic allowed TJHaLY to shred on the first Round 4 Hardpoint as they could easily cover each other in fights.
Doesn't find redemption and revenge
April 23, 2018
Aches was blown out in a back-to-back grand finals loss to Rise Nation at the CWL Seattle Championships, losing the first series 3-1 and the second series 3-0.
ANALYSIS
Aches has never been on the best terms with Rise Nation's SlasheR and this series looked set for Aches to make his big comeback. At least at first. The first Round 1 Hardpoint saw Aches pick Saint Marie Du Monte, a map Aches has mapped out with almost surgical precision over the weekend for rotations from Lookout Post to Restaurant to Winery Lot. But Aches truly began to falter in Round 2 Search & Destroy as his slow pushes burned too much time, forcing Evil Geniuses to make a play rather than Rise Nation. Things only spiraled further out of control from there as Aches slowly began to lose more and more battles. By the second Round 3 Capture the Flag Aches was delivered a 7-0 loss by Rise Nation.
Falls apart trying to anchor team
April 23, 2018
Assault lost ground in a stunning back-to-back grand finals loss to Rise Nation at the CWL Seattle Championships, losing the first series 3-1 and the second series 3-0.
ANALYSIS
Assault struggled to turn the tide of this series after the first Round 1 Hardpoint on Saint Marie Du Monte, a map that Evil Geniuses has ground out all weekend. This was thanks to Assault's strong defense during rotations, allowing his team to chain rotations together to edge out a win. The momentum quickly changed going into the first Round 2 Search & Destroy as Assault's defenses were used against him. Assault tired to play strange angles and slow pushes to slowly smoke and stun Rise Nation out of cover. However, Rise Nation played patiently and kept forcing him to make plays before the clock burned out. After that, Assault's defenses continued to fall apart as Rise Nation's slaying momentum grew and grew until the second series flew by in a lightning-fast 3-0.