Two-time Call of Duty World Champion James “Clayster” Eubanks has signed with the Dallas franchise in the upcoming Call of Duty esports league, pending league approval. The Dallas Call of Duty franchise is owned and operated by esports organization Envy Gaming.
Clayster is one of the most popular professional players in Call of Duty history, a two-time Call of Duty World Champion (2015, 2019) and a gold medalist from the MLG X Games in 2014. He is also the Call of Duty 2015 Championship MVP, and led his team to a 2019 World Championship victory in the most recent Call of Duty World League season.
Signing with Dallas is a homecoming of sorts for the 27-year-old from Virginia, as Clayster previously competed with Team Envy during 2014-2015. Envy owns distinction as one of the most winning Call of Duty organizations in history and is the only team to appear in four Call of Duty championships (2013, 2014, 2016, 2017).
Clayster, who attended West Virginia University prior to launching a successful career as a professional player, will be relocating to Dallas to train at the new Envy Gaming practice facility.
See Dallas Call of Duty’s announcement of Clayster here.
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