NEW YORK SUBLINERS

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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.

Clayster

Clayster

One of the most decorated and well-known players in Call of Duty esports history, Clayster joins the New York Subliners after winning the Call of Duty League Inaugural Season Championship with the Dallas Empire. The back-to-back champion also previously won the title with eUnited and secured the championship one other time with Denial Esports. The biggest hype man in the league has a storied history with fellow teammate Crimsix, who he won the 2020 CDL championship while together at Dallas Empire. The reliable AR is one of the smartest players in the league, knows how to captain a team to championships, and provides enough gas to his teammates to fuel a trip across the country.

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Crimsix

Crimsix

Ian “Crimsix” Porter is a Call of Duty legend who has been playing the game professionally for over a decade. Throughout his career, he has won over $1.3 million in earnings. He has won multiple Call of Duty championship rings, most recently winning the 2020 championship while playing alongside Clayster in Dallas. Crimsix is now reuniting with Clayster on NYSL in the chase to the 2022 CDL championship title.

HyDra

HyDra

The French phenom is extremely well-rounded with capabilities of being able to fry with the SMG or hit insane sniper shots, HyDra brings a wealth of utility to the New York Subliners, helping them adapt to anything a new Call of Duty title can throw at them. Hydra had an impressive first year in the CDL, and is looking to make an even bigger statement in his sophomore season.

Neptune

Neptune

Travis “Neptune” McCloud is an American pro Call of Duty player who competed for the Florida Mutineers throughout the 2021 CDL season. Before competing in the CDL, Neptune cut his teeth on the professional Halo circuit. Now he is bringing his talent to New York City as part of the NYSL 2022 roster.

Neptune