eRa
USA
Leaving Reckless/eRa
April 4, 2018
Blazt is a free agent heading into Stage 2, the slayer relayed on Tuesday.
ANALYSIS
Ignore the eRa designation; Blazt and his now former company had relieved themselves from the organization following failure to pay for the player's respective salaries heading into CWL Birmingham Open. Rumors had begun trickling out that Blazt was preparing to join Parasite on compLexity Gaming upon the conclusion of Stage 1, so it isn't exactly a surprise to see Blazt surface with a free agency designation. However it certainly seems as if Blazt was more than content to remain with his team, which makes sense given they finished top-6 at the European major event.
Slated to join eRa
March 7, 2018
Blazt will leave Most Wanted, and is expected to rejoin eRa Eternity, Most Wanted's owner relayed Tuesday.
ANALYSIS
There might be Inception levels of irony tied to this status update. First, Blazt will be rejoining an eRa roster he effectively abandoned heading into CWL New Orleans, chasing what seemed like more of a sure bet to reach Stage 1 of the Pro League in Enigma6, only for his former team to narrowly earn one of the final North American spots, bumping out Blazt and company in the process. And the owner who purchased Blazt's former teammates is none other than the current Most Wanted owner, who was chastised repeatedly for swapping rosters throughout Call of Duty: World War II, only to leave the organization near the end of February. Blazt is well regarded as one of the better young slayers in competitive Call of Duty, but the personnel decisions throughout the 2017-18 competitive season have certainly left something to be desired. While rules pertaining to roster changes for Pro League teams suggest eRa might not be able to make a roster move until after the conclusion of Stage 1, the fact the team is in the relegation allegedly means it can field a new roster prior to CWL Atlanta without forfeiting its Pool spot.
Search & Destroy dominance in loss
February 28, 2018
Ricky had a sublime Search & Destroy performance, but did not do much else in the 3-1 loss to Rise Nation, during Day 1 of Week 6 of the CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
ANALYSIS
Ricky put in a truly excellent performance in Round 2 Search & Destroy, particularly in the latter stages of the round. He ended with double digit kills, in large part to his six combined kills in Games 9 and 10, winning the round in the latter. He was incredible, and was the push eRa needed to stop Rise Nation's three-game win streak from Games 6 to 8. His best respawn round was Round 1 Hardpoint, where he finished 21/20, the only member of Rise to get over the 1.00 KD mark. In the last two rounds, he was abysmal, getting thoroughly outslayed as Rise continued their dominance.
Weak start in loss
February 28, 2018
Ferocitys did some good things after a weak start, but eRa still lost 3-1 to Rise Nation on day 1 of Week 6 of the CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
ANALYSIS
Ferocitys worst round came in Round 1 Hardpoint. It was by far his worst round; he went 21/31, and got outslain by a strong Rise Nation performance. He looked sluggish out of the gate, and Rise took complete advantage. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw him turn it around, and he put together a strong showing. He, Bevils and late-round Ricky were dominant, and a big reason why they won the round. He ran out to a 5/2 start, and he built on it from there. Round 3 Capture the Flag saw Ferocitys be the only member of eRa to do anything against a strong defensive performance from Rise Nation. He went 11/5 early in the first half, and turned that into an excellent 24/16 finish. He had no teammate above 15 kills, however, as their offense was far from good enough to get through Rise's defense. Round 4 Hardpoint was a weird round for him. He had 30 kills, but he paired that with 30 deaths. It was a combination of Rise being great in the round, and Ferocitys trying to push the play as much as possible.
Struggles in loss
February 28, 2018
Decemate was bad in the 3-1 loss to Rise Nation, capping off day 1 of Week 6 of the CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
ANALYSIS
Decemate really struggled to get anything going in this match. He was outslayed by a Rise Nation team that has been running through everybody at Stage 1 of the CWL Global Pro League. He had a sub-1.00 KD ratio in each of the three respawn rounds, and played a support role in Round 2 Search & Destroy. The biggest two moments he had in the match were in that Search & Destroy round. He did a beautiful job of wasting time to win Game 4, and had the final kill in Game 9. Outside of that, it was a performance to forget.
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