Tom Handley Millenium Call of Duty
April 20, 2017 Moose News
RotoWire Fantasy Analysis
Everyone has off days, and apparently for Moose, CWL Birmingham Day 2 was one of them, for while Millennium eventually won against them 3-1, Moose consistently scored negative KDs in every single round, eventually winding up with an overall score of 62/72.
Moose just couldn't keep up with the rest of his team against Zealous eSports, for while his off performance didn't prevent Millennium from winning, it certainly didn't help. Moose started off with an 18/22 KD for the first Hardpoint map; although he did get a minute and 24 seconds of control time. Moose fared slightly better during Millennium's weak Search & Destroy map, but still wound up negative with a 5/6 KD. The weak performance continued into Uplink, where Moose wound up negative yet again with a 21/26 KD and being unable to put any points up on the board, and Moose eventually fizzled out in the second Hardpoint map with a KD of 18/20.