Nick Nolson Millenium Call of Duty
April 20, 2017 Nolson News
RotoWire Fantasy Analysis
Millennium might have slipped up slightly as a team against Zealous eSports at CWL Birmingham Day 2, but Nolson still performed his role as an objective player well enough, scoring a 56/62 KD in the process, to help Millennium get the 3-1 series win.
Nolson wasn't exactly a slaying machine most of the time in Millennium's game against Zealous, but he still managed to play his role as an the main objective man. During the first Hardpoint map, he managed to get more control time than any other teammate at just shy of two minutes, while scoring a KD of 20/19. Search & Destroy was Millennium's weakest map overall this series, and Nolson felt the pressure, only notching a 6/7 KD. However, Nolson's performance picked back up during Uplink, where he registered a 32/19 KD and put a point on the board. Nolson would finally close out the series with the rest of Millennium in the second Hardpoint game with a KD of 18/17 and once again gaining more control time than the rest of his team.