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Joins eRa
December 18, 2017
PRPLXD will join eRa Eternity, the organization announced over the weekend.
ANALYSIS
PRPLXD's biggest rise to fame was with Rise Nation during the 2015 competitive season, although that marriage did not last as the young slayer left after just one month. After that, he played on Counter Logic Gaming for some time until moving to Zodiac, who he managed to place 41st-48th with at CWL Dallas. PRPLXD will come in to replace Havok, who was released from the team following a poor showing at the aforementioned opening LAN event of the season.
Free Agent
Announces free agency
December 18, 2017
Killa is a free agent following CWL Dallas, the veteran slayer announced over the weekend.
ANALYSIS
Killa is still working to regain the respect of many of the upper echelon of players, meaning it's unlikely he'll wind up on a major organization anytime soon. In the meantime, he'll continue to compete in online tournaments in an effort to maintain the status quo in Pro Points.
Doesn't go big
December 17, 2017
SiLLy falls limp against Luminosity Gaming in a narrow 3-2 loss to Luminosity Gaming at the Northern Showdown Championships.
ANALYSIS
SiLLy continued his role as a forward position but he struggled against the overwhelming force of Luminosity Gaming, like most would. While he was far from sacking his team, SiLLy didn't contribute anything major to his team. Largely, SiLLy was the firs tto engage in fights and the first to fall. In Round 1 Hardpoint, this was a boon for eUnited as SiLLy was able to harass Luminosity Gaming's lines. But in later rounds, like Round 2 and Round 5 Search & Destroy, SiLLy's lack of consistent slaying hurt eUnited's chances at finding favorable fight.
Finds some victories in a loss
December 17, 2017
Prestinni clutches some difficult fights in a narrow 3-2 loss to Luminosity Gaming at the Northern Showdown Championships.
ANALYSIS
Prestinni was on fire this series despite the loss. Coordinating well with his teammates, Prestinni made some narrow plays that nearly propelled his team to victory. In Round 1 Hardpoint on Ardennes Forest, Prestinni dropped an impressive five killstreak that gave him the Fighter Plane Scoresteak. He used this Scorestreak to effectively clear out the second Ruin hill with a triple kill. That simple set of kills handed eUnited complete control of the map where they were able to snowball off of the second Ruin and the second Bunker with near perfect holds. Meanwhile, Round 3 Capture the Flag saw Prestinni make a well-coordinated flag capture in the first half of overtime thanks to a long, sneaky wrap.
Makes some questionable calls
December 17, 2017
Clayster overthinks the series in a 3-2 loss to Luminosity Gaming at the Northern Showdown Championships.
ANALYSIS
Clasyter had both good and bad ideas. To start, his most noticeable poor calls came in Round 5 Search & Destroy on Ardennes Forest. There, Clayster spread the rank of eUnited extremely thin for little reason. Every round Luminosity Gaming hit Bomb B but Clayster was almost always at Bomb A and in a position where he could give no support to his team, essentially giving Luminosity Gaming consistent 3-vs.-4 teamfights. However, Clayster was excellent in Round 3 Capture the Flag where he was able to stall out the game thanks to two coutner-captures. As soon as Clayster spawned in while Luminosity Gaming made a push, Clayster wisely went for Luminosity Gaming's flag, stalling the game while is team spawned in.
Fails to drag out a win at the Championships
December 17, 2017
Arcitys tries to stall the game out in a 3-2 loss to Luminosity Gaming at the Northern Showdown Championships.
ANALYSIS
Arcitys is never a consistently strong slayer, but he is consistently smart. His sly plays, along with some strong early slaying, helped keep eUnited in this series. For example, Round 4 Hardpoint on Gibraltar was narrowly won thanks solely to Arcitys. Luminosity Gaming was dropping all their Scorestreaks on the third Turret, but Arcitys somehow miraculous survived the onslaught just enough to burn the hill to the next rotation where eUnited won the game thanks to an early rotation. Meanwhile, Arcitys seven killstreak clutched a late-game hill in Round 1 Harpdoint.
Holds and supports the defense of his team
December 17, 2017
John nudges his team to win the Northern Showdown Championships in a 3-2 win over eUnited.
ANALYSIS
John wasn't as streaky as his teammates, but that didn't matter in this series. With both Octane and Slacked dropping heavy numbers, all John needed to do was to give them the support they needed. This mainly involved holding their flanks and preventing sneaky plays from eUnited. Unfortunately, eUnited rarely flanks. However, John's positioning was crucial in securing spawns for his team in Round 3 Capture the Flag. The round turned into a grueling match as both halves went into overtime before the whole round into overtime. John's positioning near base allowed his team to spawn nearby while also allowing him to poke at eUnited.
Pokes hole and find weaknesses
December 17, 2017
JKap out-muscles eUnited at the Northern Showdown Championships in a 3-2 win
ANALYSIS
JKap figured he could pummel eUnited into submission. He wasn't far off. The streaky Luminosity Gaming had every advantage in teamfights but had problems laying the final smackdown in respawn rounds. In typical eUnited fashion, their focus on spawns made it incredibly difficult for JKap to root them out of spawns and objectives, such as in Round 4 Hardpoint. This changed utterly in Search & Destroy rounds. JKap was able to dropkick eUnited in Round 2 and Round 5 Search & Destroy thanks to their superior firepower. Under Jkap's guidance, JKap had his team hit Bomb B over and over again, knowing they could win fights against a limp eUnited.
Smashes a thin eUnited defense
December 17, 2017
Slacked burns through eUnited at the Northern Showdown Championships in a 3-2 win.
ANALYSIS
Slacked was able to secure streaks, but he wasn't able to use them effectively in the championship series. Because of this, key rounds slipped through Luminosity Gaming's fingers. Round 4 Hardpoint on Gibraltar, for example, Slacked drop his Fighter Pilot and Glide Bombs on second Castle Road hill, softening up eUnited in the process. But because of the notorious "sticky" spawn around the corner of the point, Slacked was unable break the hill since he didn't attempt to break eUnited's spawns. Similarly, Slacked's massive Scorestreaks mattered little in Round 3 Capture the Flag after a strange use in the second half of overtime.
Fires through eUnited as MVP
December 17, 2017
Octane melts eUnited with his snappy aim in a close 3-2 win over eUnited at the Northern Showdown Championships.
ANALYSIS
Octane was awarded MVP of the series and it was well deserved. Not only was he the clutch factor for Luminosity Gaming to win the Northern Showdown Championships, but he easily secured them several rounds thanks to his insane sights. Round 3 Capture the Flag saw the map go into overtime. In the second half of overtime, Octane was able to clutch a close call by rebounding the flag off of JKap, a smooth move that clutched Luminosity Gaming the round. Then, in Round 5 Search & Destroy, Octane dropped an absurd 12/3 KD that blasted eUnited apart, even calling Scorestreaks to clutch the final few battles.
Blazes his way to Finals
December 17, 2017
SiLLy dominates FaZe Clan in a 3-1 victory over FaZe Clan on Day 2 of the Northern Showdown.
ANALYSIS
SiLLy may not have had any spotlight plays, but he was still a core assets to his team. Playing scout, SiLLy was able to spot out the strange flanks FaZe Clan across the series while landing some strong shots. In Round 1 Hardpoint saw SiLLy blow up by scoring a triple killstreak that handily gave the map to eUnited. Meanwhile, SiLLy was routinely the first to engage in Round 4 Hardpoint. While engagements are crucial, they mean little if you don't score kills or secure a point. Luckily, SiLLy was more than able to do both, helping his team secure a narrow win.
Gains steam early on
December 17, 2017
Arcitys starts strong early in a 3-1 win over FaZe Clan on Day 2 of the Northern Showdown.
ANALYSIS
Arcitys started but petered off towards the end of the series. This was thanks to his smooth aim in Round 1 Hardpoint, before playing more defensively in Round 4 Hardpoint. At first, Arcitys seemed like eUnited's main slayer, beaming across the map alongside Clayster. The early streaks became key in the second half of the map as FaZe Clan attempted a comeback. Arcitys' streaks quickly shut that down. It was only in Round 4 Hardpoint that Arcitys played a more relaxed game, holding spawns while SiLLy and Prestinni pushed out for kills.
Melts apart his oppenents
December 17, 2017
Prestinni tears through FaZe Clan in a 3-1 victory on Day 2 of the Northern Showdown.
ANALYSIS
Prestinni knew his strengths and played to them. Instead of trying to switch things up, Prestinni sat on his SMG played the forward scout for his team, beaming in the process. Prestinni's best plays came in Round 2 Search & Destroy where he was able to clutch several plays. In Game 8, Prestinni was able to find the better positioning thanks to some solid movement. His movement skill once again became important in Round 4 Hardpoint where he was able to best FaZe Clan in the end simply by surviving on the last Hardpoint.
Easily fills the support role
December 17, 2017
Clayster plays to support his team in a 3-1 victory over FaZe Clan on Day 2 of the Northern Showdown.
ANALYSIS
Rather than attempting to slay, Clayster focused more on support as he switched between assault rifles and SMGs this series. The supportive role worked out in Clayster's favor since FaZe Clan attempted to break eUnited's ranks with flanks. In return, it let Clayster's teammates shine. In Round 3 Capture the Flag, Clayster played close to base in order to give his team the space needed to go roam. He gave a solid hold as FaZe Clan trickled into the base where Clayster could easily pick them off. And in Round 1 Hardpoint, Clayster was in charge of spawn control alongside Arcitys in what turned out to be a swift round.
Slays and stumbles
December 17, 2017
Attach gives an uneven and unpredictable performance in a 1-3 loss to eUnited on Day 2 of the Northern Showdown.
ANALYSIS
Attach was both FaZe Clan's strongest player and their weakest. He could win maps, or he could lose them for his team. In Round 3 Capture the Flag on Flak Tower, for example, Attach dropped a 7/16 KD on a SMG-heavy map. With Attach's SMG to push out lanes, FaZe Clan struggled to make any kind of progress. Then in Round 4 Hardpoint on Ardennes Forest, Attach almost carried his team to victory alongside Replays. Attach came into his in the third set of rotation by scoring a five killstreak that gave him full Scorestreaks. This gave FaZe Clan the chance to break the hill on the third East Road before tying up the game.