Crimsix And Clayster Clash Over New York Subliners Meltdown
Two behemoths of the Call of Duty esports scene have collided after their recent roster revolt. Ian "Crimsix" Porter and James "Clayster" Eubanks saw a squad filled with veteran expertise unravel before their very eyes.
On paper, the New York Subliners' squad featuring two three-time world champions and two hungry 'cracked' youngsters in Paco "HyDra" Rusiewiez and Travis "Neptune" McCloud. All in all, they looked to be quite a force.
However, the nature of Vanguard has proved too slick and quick to have two more calculated veterans on the team, and a need for speed saw Clayster removed from the squad in what ended up being a complete breakdown of NYSL. Now, following a turnaround at the Pro-AM, the two have entered a slinging competition, with Crim taking no prisoners as of late.
Crimsix And Clayster Clash After NYSL Exit
New York Subliners found success following their roster rehaul, bringing in Paul "PaulEhx" Avila and Matthew "KiSMET" Tinsley over Clayster and Neptune, leaving Crimsix to bask in the glory of yet another championship, even honouring his 38th trophy to your mum.
However, both Crimsix and Clayster have butted heads, with the former claiming that the now-benched AR main had a bad attitude, and even sent an image to HyDra with his middle finger up.
Clayster then continued to plead his defence, saying this wasn't true, before saying, "you've been trashing me for months."
Taking to the Twitch chat of popular Call of Duty esports podcast The Flank, hosted by Thomas "ZooMaa" Paparatto, Clayster continued, "You've been doing that for two months when I haven't said s**t."
"He [Crimsix] said Asim [Obaid "Asim" Asim] said 'he'd rather work at Subway than team with me ever again'."
NYSL Hydra Nearly Quit CDL Amid Clayster And Crimsix Rows
The ongoing debacle between the two has left Clayster out of the league, despite joining an amateur team to play in the Challengers scene.
But the arguing seems to have taken its toll on more than just Crimsix and Clayster, with young French talent HyDra being caught in the crossfire. Once labelled Clayster's prodigy, and a "father and son" duo, HyDra seemingly wanted to quit the entire CDL following a breakdown in scrims.
Speaking on The Flank, Clayster said, "People think it is all me, but one day when we initially brought Neptune back, Paco f**king blew the f**k up in a scrim one day and rage-quit off, walked home, and said he's booking a flight home and not coming back."
"He was about to book a flight back to France," he added. "It wasn't just me, it wasn't just Crim, it wouldn't just Neptune, and it wasn't just Paco, it was f**king all of us. Everybody had their own moments where they're losing full."
Thankfully, HyDra has continued to compete and still remains as arguably the most exciting prospect in the entire CDL, if only he can concentrate on the game now the dad and mum of the roster have gone their separate ways.