eUnited
United States
Teaming with eUnited
October 12, 2018
JKap will join eUnited ahead of the competitive start to the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 season.
ANALYSIS
JKap reunites with his former world champion teammate Clayster in what was one of the most stunning moves of the competitive offseason. While Luminosity Gaming acquired Gunless from Rise Nation earlier in the week, the introduction of 5-vs-5 was supposed to keep space for JKap, but evidently that was not the case as the veteran player will bring his expertise over towards eUnited. Of course JKap is not the same caliber slayer as he was earlier in his career, but he's quietly adapted nicely to the objective role, helping Luminosity Gaming solidify during the later stages of World War II and taking the Grand Finals stage in both Black Ops 3 and Infinite Warfare in seasons prior. The prospect of JKap joining Clayster is truly the most exciting part of this entire transaction, as the two players should help develop the play of twins Arcitys and Prestinni, as well as newcomer aBeZy.
Teaming with eUnited
October 12, 2018
aBeZy will join eUnited to begin Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, the organization announced on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
aBeZy was a part of a historic roster announcement as the organization also relayed they had acquired JKap from Luminosity Gaming. While the young slayer might have gotten buried on the headlines, it's difficult to argue against the fact that aBeZy brings more potential to the team than that of his new world champion teammate. A 1.10 KD at the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships isn't itself impressive, but given Enigma6 failed to advance out of pool play and none of his other former teammates even crossed the 1.00 KD threshold, it's obvious to see aBeZy's talent. Particularly in the Search and Destroy game mode, where he put on a showcase performance against Morituri eSports (15/5 KD), aBeZy should be able to provide plenty of value to an eUnited squad that will hope to correct some of its inconsistent tendencies from the last competitive season.
Inconsistent performance in win
August 19, 2018
Prestinni had two great rounds and two inconsistent ones, as eUnited defeated Luminosity Gaming 3-1 on Championship Sunday of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships, as they continued their run in the loser's bracket.
ANALYSIS
Prestinni had two solid rounds, and two rounds rife with inconsistencies. Round 1 Hardpoint was one of his best rounds, as he and Arcitys were the only players on eUnited that did not collapse under the might of Luminosity, as they saw their early lead vanish and trailed rather heavily. They ended up making a game of it with an impressive comeback late in the round, but they were too far behind. He led his team in kills with 40 in the round, as he kept pace with the best Luminosity had to offer on an individual level. Round 3 Capture the Flag was his second-best round, as he was a very reliable part of the machine. They won 3-1, and played shutdown defense in the second half, and everyone did their part, Prestinni included. Round 2 Search & Destroy was wildly inconsistent for him, as he started off awfully. He went 1/5 through the first five games - they trailed 4-1 during that time. He ended up stepping it up down the stretch, as he provided some key kills as they turned that deficit into an eleven game win. Round 4 Hardpoint saw him have a sub-par KD (35/43), but he provided a lot of big kills. He picked his spots well, focusing on keeping Luminosity out of the objective.
Came alive late in win
August 19, 2018
Felony did not find himself until late in the 3-1 win over Luminosity Gaming on Championship Sunday of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships, as they continued their run in the loser's bracket.
ANALYSIS
Felony had an okay start to this one, but he really put it together late. Round 1 Hardpoint was all about the objective for him, as he earned 1:27 there, but he went just 25/37 in the round. He really fell off in the slaying department as Luminosity shook off the early rust and took a lead, and he struggled to find any slays during their comeback attempt to finish the round. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw Clayster dominant, and Arcitys and Prestinni put it together, but Felony was just a support player behind the three. Round 3 Capture the Flag saw him began to turn it around, as he finished 21/20 and provided solid defense in the 3-1 win. Round 4 Hardpoint was his high point - he was the best slayer in the lobby, leading it in kills with 42, and he was an incredibly consistent force in the win. He and Arcitys carried them to a lead early, as Clayster and Prestinni struggled. They eventually would combine to provide good depth, and the duo of Arcitys and Felonys was on fire down the stretch to keep their championship hopes alive.
Shook off poor first round in win
August 19, 2018
Clayster started off slowly but left that behind to finish well, as eUnited beat Luminosity Gaming 3-1 on Championship Sunday of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships, as they continued their run in the loser's bracket.
ANALYSIS
Clayster struggled in the first round of the match but more than made up for it in the final three rounds. He started off well as eUnited came out on fire in Round 1 Hardpoint, but he faded as Luminosity woke up and played well to take over the round. eUnited made a comeback attempt, but it fell short. Clayster ended up going 30/37 in the loss. Round 2 Search & Destroy started as the previous round ended, with Luminosity running out to a 4-0 lead and eUnited looking lost. Clayster played well in those rounds, and he paced them throughout their comeback attempt and brought them to a game eleven win. He was clutch, posting the final kill in Games 8, 9, and 11. Round 3 Capture the Flag saw eUnited run out to a 3-1 lead in the first half and sit on it with staunch defensive play. He had one of his team's flag caps, and went 25/15, leading the lobby in kills. Round 4 Hardpoint was an up and down one for Clayster, as he struggled early on, but picked it up late to be a solid support player. He was not in the spotlight like he was in the previous two rounds, but he was a very quality depth piece in the win.
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Call of Duty
Lets go of roster
August 11, 2016
eUnited does not have a roster listed for the upcoming Call of Duty XP qualifier.
ANALYSIS
Just weeks after signing the former Team SoloMid roster to compete at MLG Orlando, eUnited has reportedly jumped out of the Call of Duty scene. Instead, Accuracy, Ivy, Pacman and Whea7s have joined another team, Livin the Dream, to compete at the upcoming CoD XP qualifier.
Call of Duty
eUnited joins Call of Duty
December 31, 1969
eUnited has picked up the former Call of Duty roster, Team SoloMid, and will take part in MLG Orlando.
ANALYSIS
While Team SoloMid struggled mightily in Stage 2, the roster is jam packed with talent that has the experience at the CWL level. With the addition of Burns, who took over for Colechan, eUnited might have a chance to make some noise at MLG Orlando.