Attach CoD esports news
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Every sport tasks its players differently, making it difficult to conclusively say a certain sport is the most demanding. However, esport player Dillon “Attach” Price has come out to say esports is the most demanding globally.

Attach is a Call of Duty esports player, filling the role of SMG player for the Minnesota ROKKR. The 25-year-old was part of the Denial eSports team that won the World Championship in 2015 and has been playing professionally since the age of 16. He joined ROKKR in September 2020 and has since stayed loyal to the team.

The US-born player took to social media platform Twitter to share his thoughts about how tasking the game is. In his tweet, he put esports above every other sport on the planet.

“Esports is the most physically and mentally demanding sport in the world.”

For those on the outside, it might be difficult to agree with Attach, especially when they see NFL players go at each other like raging bulls every other night. However, every athlete’s perspective has to be respected.

ROKKR finish eighth in Call of Duty League 2022 Stage 1 Major

ROKKR was one of the teams outside of the top eight in Stage 1 of the 2022 Call of Duty League season, automatically playing in the losers bracket of the first Major of the year. Regardless of their slow start, they managed to advance to Round 2 before getting eliminated by Los Angeles Thieves.

They finished eighth in the tournament and got rewarded with $10,000 out of the $500,00 prize pool for their efforts. Added to that were 10 Call of Duty League Championship points. Esports betting sites had Atlanta Faze as the overall favorites. Unfortunately, they could not overcome OpTic Texas, who defended their turf and went home with $200,000 and 65 CDL points.

In Stage 2 Major, ROKKR was a lot more disappointing, finishing outside the top eight and missing out on getting a piece of the prize pool. ROKKR still has some time to accumulate as many CDL points ahead of the CDL championship. The team’s next challenge will come in the Pro-Am Classic, scheduled to commence on May 5.

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