Attach helped Minnesota Rokkr on their way to sweeping FaZe, handing them their fourth 3-0 loss in CDL history.
Attach showed up in fantastic fashion in map one. He managed a 37/15 statline on a map that FaZe held a [8-1] record on heading into the series.
After the series, he said: “Our Bocage has been really good recently. We wanted to play that because they’re known to be good at that map, we wanted to come out swinging.”
“We underrate ourselves. As much as it feels good to go [5-0], we have to back that up with a performance on LAN.
“Sometimes in practice we don’t play the best team game. We hold each other accountable and it shows when we come to the matches.”
Having started the season as a SMG player, Attach moved into a main-AR-type role midway through the campaign.
He added: “It’s main AR flex, really.
“I just feel like, being able to run a sub at the start of the game helped me with becoming an AR because I understand what a sub will be doing on the map. It’s really helpful to have these teammates.”
Rokkr’s dominant start
It was a shock but Rokkr completely dominated Bocage Hardpoint. Their [4-0] start to the stage really rubbing off on how confident the team are playing.
They then backed it up with another fine performance on the same map but in SnD. Rokkr really look like a completely different animal now they’ve put Colt “Havok” McLendon into the starting lineup.
Minnesota raced out to a 4-1 lead in the map, with Preston “Priestahh” Greiner earning himself a glide bomb killstreak in that time.
He invested immediately to send his team to map point, with FaZe needing to win five rounds straight to level the series.
Priestahh rounded out his fantastic map with a 10/1 statline, putting Rokkr on the brink of history.
FaZe have only been swept three times in Call of Duty League history. Two of those sweeps were against teams headed by Seth “Scump” Abner.
The last time a team without Scump swept FaZe was the Florida Mutineers in June 2020.
This was also the first time that the current FaZe roster of Tyler “aBeZy” Pharris, Chris “Simp” Lehr, Alec “Arcitys” Sanderson and McArthur “Cellium” Jovel have ever been swept.
Berlin was far tighter than the previous two maps of the series but Rokkr managed to secure that elusive sweep of Atlanta FaZe.
They were faced with needing to win themselves an attack round and they did in miraculous fashion.
Capturing the B point on Berlin Control was pretty easy for them throughout but heading into their second attacking round, they hadn’t even gotten a tick over on A.
They then managed to clutch up and survive a 4v12 situation in order to win the map and the series.
In doing so they move to [5-0] and have the number #1 seed for the Toronto Major starting next week.
Bocage Hardpoint: 250-143
Bocage Search and Destroy: 6-1
Berlin Control: 3-1
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