Mediocre performance in reverse sweep loss
March 1, 2018
Zayrox's performance refused to stand out as Vitality lost to Red Reserve in a 3-2 reverse sweep on Tuesday in the CWL Pro League Division A.
While Zayrox's overall performance against Red Reserve wasn't exactly bad, it didn't have any outstanding good points either. In Round 1 Hardpoint, which Vitality won by a mere 10 seconds, Zayrox notched a negative KD of 23/26. While Zayrox did get the game-winning kill in Round 2 Search & Destroy, his KD of 7/5, while still positive, paled in comparison to those of Malls and Wailers. Zayrox went barely negative in KD in Round 3 Capture the Flag with 13/14, and like the rest of Vitality that round, was unable to score a single flag capture. Zayrox did go positive in KD again during Round 4 Hardpoint with 31/27, but this turned out not to matter as Red Reserve would again snatch victory from Vitality's jaws within 20 seconds. Zayrox's run against Red Reserve ended with a whimper in Round 5 Search & Destroy, where he was the last to die in a tense Game 11 as he attempted and failed to defuse the bomb, only scoring a 4/8 KD for the round.
Tries to keep his team going in loss
March 1, 2018
Wailers attempted to outslay Red Reserve late in Vitality's series on Tuesday in the CWL Pro League Division A, but his efforts were ultimately wasted as Vitality were reverse swept 3-2.
Wailers didn't have much strength coming out of Vitality's corner when Round 1 Hardpoint was being played, as Wailers ended that round, despite Vitality's victory, with a negative KD of 26/28. Wailers fared a little better in Round 2 Search & Destroy with a positive KD of 6/4. But in a twist that must feel frustrating for Wailers, the rounds he did the best in were also rounds that Vitality lost. For example, Round 3 Capture the Flag saw Wailers secure the only positive KD of his team at 20/17, but none of his team members were able to score any flag captures. Wailers also tallied the best KD of his team during Round 4 Hardpoint with 33/20, but Vitality fell again, losing that round by only 18 seconds. In what was surely a tough pill to swallow, Vitality choked a significant lead in Round 5 Search & Destroy, a round where Wailers barely missed out on a double-positive KD with 13/7, and Red Reserve ended up sending Vitality to relegation as a result.
Chokes when it counts
March 1, 2018
Malls made some big plays for Vitality during the start of their series against Red Reserve, but he ends up falling short at the end as they were reverse swept 3-2 on Tuesday in the CWL Pro League Division A.
Malls had a strong initial showing when Vitality clutched a victory against Red Reserve in Round 1 Hardpoint, where Malls scored an impressive 30/24 KD and 1:33 of hardpoint control time. Malls's best performance was yet to come, however, and in Round 2 Search & Destroy it came, where Malls walloped an off-guard Red Reserve with a monstrous triple-positive 10/3 KD, including two bomb plants and a defuse to boot. Unfortunately, from here it was a downward spiral for Malls, as in Round 3 Capture the Flag, no one on Vitality was able to score a single flag capture, as Malls fell with a negative KD of 13/17. Malls attempted to rebound in Round 4 Hardpoint with a break-even KD of 23/23, but Red Reserve were able to clutch their victory over Vitality by less than 20 seconds. Malls' Round 5 Search & Destroy performance was the polar opposite of Round 2, as there he only scored a 4/7 KD, bringing a disappointing end to what might have been a Vitality victory but ended in a choke.
Cools off immediately after a hot first half
March 1, 2018
RiskiN dominated the early part of Vitality's series against Red Reserve on Tuesday in the CWL Pro League Division A, but halfway through his performance took a nosedive, as Vitality were reverse swept 3-2.
RiskiN was nothing short of dominant when the match between Vitality and Red Reserve started, as in Round 1 Hardpoint RiskiN dropped a nearly double-positive KD bomb of 28/15, allowing Vitality to scrape out a round victory. RiskiN's performance in Round 2 Search & Destroy was a bit more muted with a KD of 5/4, but it was still more than enough to catch Red Reserve off guard and secure another round victory. Round 3 Capture the Flag was where things started to fall apart for RiskiN and Vitality, though. It was hard for RiskiN especially in Round 3, as he got the worst KD of his team that round with 13/21 and no flag captures. RiskiN rebounded slightly in Round 4 Hardpoint by scraping a positive KD of 30/27, but Red Reserve would clinch the round victory by less than 20 points. RiskiN ultimately failed to deliver the goods in Round 5 Search & Destroy, where he ended the series with a mediocre 7/9 KD, despite scoring three bomb plants.
Has only one good round in loss to Team Kaliber
February 22, 2018
RiskiN only had one moment in the spotlight as Vitality lost to Team Kaliber 3-2 on Day 8 of the CWL Pro League Division A.
RsikiN just couldn't get on the same level as Team Kaliber, despite some valiant efforts at doing so. Round 1 Hardpoint saw Vitality as a whole get stomped when Team Kaliber put them squarely in the 200-point club, RiskiN himself only notching an 11/18 KD and literally no hardpoint control time. RiskiN did show signs of life in Round 2 Search & Destroy, as he scored a positive 9/7 KD and helped Vitality pull off an upset round victory. Unfortunately for RiskiN, that newfound life did not last. Round 3 Capture the Flag saw RiskiN again go negative with a KD of 15/20 and no flag captures to his name. The negative pattern continued into Round 4 Hardpoint, where RiskiN only tallied an 18/21 KD, and RiskiN ended the series with a whimper in Round 5 Search & Destroy with a 5/7 KD.
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Call of Duty
Qualifies for 2017 CoD World Champs
July 3, 2017
Vitality qualified for the 2017 Call of Duty World Championship by virtue of placing in the top six during the European Last Chance Qualifiers.
Vitality and Opulent were the final two teams to make it through the European Last Chance Qualifiers, which should say everything that needs to be said in regards to their chances of finishing highly at CoD Champs. Still, it was a nice moment for the simple fact that Shane qualified for yet another CoD Champs, meaning the veteran slayer will have taken part in every one of the major tournaments since its inception.
Call of Duty
Vitality forms new team late in the season
April 9, 2017
Gone for the entire season, Vitality announces a brand new team consisting of Wailers, ShAnE, Zerg and Defrag.
Vitality seemed to have dropped Call of Duty after a long absence from the CWL. The organization didn't enroll in any tournament but it seems they were simply waiting for Wailers' return. The new Vitality is still built around its core player Wailers. Zerg, ShAnE and Defrag will make up the rest of the team. All three are very strong talent and were presumably picked on Wailers' preferences. The new Vitality will be entering for the first time at CWL Birmingham this weekend.