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Subliners is born from the grit and chaos of the underground. Like our city, our team is built from the ground up to be a movement that challenges the mainstream and the status quo. Our name resists definition, but it stands for all who subvert the rules and play the game their way. We thrive on high pressure, high stakes, and high intensity.
Lamar (Accuracy) Abedi grew up in an old fashioned household. Schooling and athletics were at the top of the priority list set by everyone around him but he always had a passion for gaming. This passion was formed when he would spend late nights competing with his cousins to be able to say he was the best player in the family. This lead to wanting to be the best in the world. He was determined to find a way to make his passion his career and to convince everyone around him that it was a viable option. His attention was split between school and pursuing gaming until he won his first major event and got MVP. This gave him his chance to take a leap of faith and dedicate himself to the game fully which lead to a surge in the success in his career. After committing to his passion full time he was able to have one of the most successful years COD has ever seen and he plans to continue with that momentum.
Attach (Attach) Price grew up playing sports his whole life. Once he found out about professional gaming he had a new dream and wanted to make it a reality. He won the Call of Duty World Championship in 2015 and has won 5 Call of Duty Majors. In 2018, he won Esports Play of the Year. Dillon was also voted a 2019 CoD World League All Star. His achievements and accomplishments speak for himself. He is one of the best players in all of Call of Duty. To round out being so capable and consistent in-game, out of game he is one of the most liked and influential players in the scene. He is excited to represent New York City in the upcoming league, and show everyone why NYC is the best.
Thomas Paparatto, also known as ZooMaa, is a professional Call of Duty player for New York City. Tommy has been competing in competitive Call of Duty since 2013 and has revered the Call of Duty community in many ways. After his first tournament in 2013, Tommy had become one of the fastest growing professional Call of Duty players due to his top placings from the start of his career. Tommy, having joined FaZe Clan in March of 2015, has brought home numerous championships for the organization in the last four years. Now, as a part of New York City’s Call of Duty team, Tommy will work hard to bring just as many, if not more, championships home to New York City. In spite of his accomplishments in CoD, having relationships with friends, family and fans is important to Tommy. Being able to stay close to those important to him is one of the many reasons Tommy is proud to call New York home.
Donovan (Temp) Laroda is a slaying machine and one of the most consistent players in the world. Picking up the game at 10 years old, Call of Duty comes natural to him. Call of Duty is also his first FPS he has ever played. His veteran experience even at a young age shows. He has a great feel for in-game situations and decision making. Leading the entire CWL in DPM (Damage Per Minute), his performance in the 2019 season landed him on the CWL Allstar Team.
Nick (Happy) Suda joins the New York Subliners as a substitute in the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League. He goes way back with NYSL teammate Accuracy, both sharing a roster on Aware Gaming in 2014 and Splyce (along with Temp) in 2019. The young gun brings with him a wealth of Call of Duty experience that will prove invaluable to the New York Subliners’ season.
Famous YouTuber, entrepreneur, influencer, and most importantly, Call of Duty Champion—you’d have to be living under a rock not to know Doug (Censor) Martin. The Call of Duty veteran joins the New York Subliners as a substitute, bringing a ton of game knowledge, skill, and championship experience to the squad. Aside from his history as a pro Call of Duty player, Censor has casted Call of Duty matches, served as a personality during game events, appeared in “Sharknado,” and has been instrumental in giving Call of Duty esports mainstream exposure.
Introducing our first addition since announcing our starting roster, Mack. The 18-year-old made quite a splash in the Call of Duty Challengers Finals at the Minnesota Launch Weekend, finishing in second place after falling short to Team Singularity. He’s part of the new wave of esports professionals whose skill on the scene earned him a flight to New York City, where he now plays full-time for the New York Subliners. In game, Mack is a great shot and strong communicator, offering the team a skill upgrade and additional comms to help get callouts across to his teammates. Outside of his professional experience, the young gun is a big fan of The Weeknd, loves Marvel movies, and first played Call of Duty on Black Ops 3. Keep your eyes on Mack this season, as he looks to make a name for himself the second he plays.