Ghost Gaming
Leaving Ghost Gaming
September 12, 2018
Pandur will not play under the Ghost Gaming banner to begin Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
This comes courtesy of his teammate, Parasite, who said the organization would not be re-signing the 9th-12th place 2018 CoD Champs roster. That's not necessarily a surprise given Ghost Gaming remained in the competitive scene despite a dismal start to the season, forcing the organization to miss out on both Pro League stages. It's unclear whether the roster will stick together on a new organization entering Black Ops 4, but Pandur's 1.04 KD at the pivotal tournament would suggest he'll be an attractive free agent during Rostermania.
Not playing for Ghost Gaming
September 12, 2018
Lacefield will no longer play with Ghost Gaming, his teammate, Parasite tweeted earlier in the week
Lacefield has found success with Parasite in the past, and the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships were no different as the team advanced through pool play before finishing in 9th-12th place. Lacefield finished the tournament with the highest KD (1.16) on his team, buoyed in large part by a 1.24 KD across 10 Hardpoint maps. Arguably one of the more established players who wasn't a part of the Pro League, Lacefield figures to have plenty of interest during what figures to be an active Rostermania.
No longer under Ghost Gaming
September 12, 2018
GodRx will no longer play for Ghost Gaming according to a tweet posted by his teammate Parasite.
It's unclear if Parasite will be GodRx's "former" teammate when it's all said and done, as the ambiguous nature of the tweet leaves open the possibility the entire team could simply join another organization heading into Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. GodRx posted a 1.07 cumulative KD during the final tournament of the 207-2018 season, with a resounding 1.11 KD in Capture the Flag across six maps representing his best numbers in a respective game mode.
No longer playing under Ghost Gaming
September 12, 2018
Parasite will no longer play under the Ghost Gaming banner according to a tweet posted by the player earlier this week.
Ghost Gaming appears to be leaving the Call of Duty scene which means Parasite and company will be looking for greener pastures. Given the team's success at the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships, it wouldn't be a surprise to see the unit play together to begin CoD Black Ops 4, but Parasite's tweet suggests he'd be open to finding a new lineup if forced to. As a result, it's difficult to predict how Parasite will do to begin the new competitive season.
Strong Hardpoint in loss
August 18, 2018
Parasite was a strong Hardpoint performer in the 3-1 loss to Team EnVyUs as they dropped to the loser's bracket on Day 4 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships.
Parasite's two good rounds were in Round 1 and Round 4 Hardpoint. He was a force in both Hardpoint rounds, but in different ways in each. The first round was an impressive performance by Ghost Gaming as a whole, as he, Lacefield, and GodRx were an unstoppable trio, all netting over 35 kills and over 1:14 on the objective (Parasite had 36 kills and 1:14 on the hill). They simply pummeled Team EnVyUs on the kill-feed, and it gave them an advantage throughout the map. Round 4 Hardpoint saw them get destroyed for the majority of the round, as they trailed by 150 points at one point. However, Parasite and Pandur exploded and paced them to an almost-comeback, making a legitimate game of it. They ended up losing since Team EnVyUs were at 244 points as the comeback effort began, but it was a valiant effort nonetheless. He notched 37 kills in that final round. The middle rounds saw Parasite struggle to stand up to Team EnVyUs, as they lost six games in a row to lost Round 2 Search & Destroy 6-3, and get shutout in the second half of the 2-1 Round 3 Capture the Flag loss. Parasite was invisible in both.
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Steps into competitive Call of Duty
June 27, 2017
Ghost Gaming has acquired the roster of Bittersweet for Stage 2 of the CWL, the team announced on Twitter Tuesday.
After fielding teams in both Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and the Gears of War Pro Circuit, it was only a matter of time before Ghost Gaming branched out into other games in the genre. With the acquisition of the Bittersweet roster, they certainly will have a shot to make some major noise. The roster was put together just three weeks before CWL Anaheim, and despite the lack of playing time together, the team did very well at the event. They were the only team besides OpTic Gaming to go undefeated in their group, showing off against teams like FaZe Clan and Evil Geniuses. While They were unceremoniously bounced from the competition by Red Reserve in a quick 3-1 series, the team left with their heads high and will be looking to do damage in Group Blue of Stage 2 in July.