Doug “Censor” Martin is making his return to professional Call of Duty after two years away.

The last time he was seen in a professional way was in the Modern Warfare season. He was part of the New York Subliners team.

Since then, he has delved into his content creation. He has a successful social media channels and he has a very big community that he stays in touch with on Twitter.




Censor will return to the League but only in a substitute role. He becomes the first player to fill the role of sub at the Boston Breach organisation.

Oxygen Esports’ newest signing will continue to play in the Challengers system of amateur Call of Duty.

He will also be a content creator for the team.

The announcement of his signature was made during the Call of Duty League Major 2 tournament in Minnesota.

Announcing the deal in a comedic way, Breach used their starting lineup to bring Censor into the team.

Lots of people have made jokes about Censor’s return over the past couple offseasons.

The questions of whether he will return to a starting lineup in the league has been a source of humour but it is undeniably sweet to see him back in the fold as a professional player.

 


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