Clayster criticizes “blatant” Call of Duty Challengers hackers exposed in new videos


New clips of suspicious games in Call of Duty Challengers have sparked strong feelings about the “unacceptable” state of the eSports ecosystem in the likes of James ‘Clayster’ Eubanks.

Concerns in the online era of esports have largely centered on the legitimacy of results on various titles. The lower scenes in competitive Call of Duty were no exception, and sometimes clips come out that instantly revive the community.

That was the case when CoD pro Trei ‘Zer0’ Morris took a closer look at his match in the EU Challengers 18 match against a player named ‘DeamZy’ who didn’t really suit him.

The clips from Zer0 spread like wildfire, drawing the attention of Clay, who couldn’t believe the apparent cheating in the official game, he said.

“I’ve never seen anything more obvious,” Clayster replied. “In fact, all Challengers players are feeling bad this year, which is just unacceptable if it affects people’s livelihoods.”

Clay is an outspoken member of the CDL, who comes in regularly when a trend or league practice is wrong. Now he wants to see changes.

While some claimed the videos were inconclusive, senior players and apparently league officials disagreed.

According to Zer0, league officials went back and decided the fouls did indeed occur after sharing numerous clips.

“The worst part is that the CDL decided he didn’t hack until I sent them a lot more clips and then they changed their mind,” Zer0 Clay replied. “I almost had to deal with that, hahaha.”

There have been a few more clips that people have dissected since the apparent verdict. While this case has been punished, it underscores the problems CDL players have raised.


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