Call of Duty legend Censor joins Boston Breach as a CDL sub

Call of Duty esports fans know all about Doug “Censor” Martin and his dedication to the game. The legend achieved his goal of reaching the Call of Duty League when he signed with Boston Breach to serve at the backup position.

The Boston Breach is the latest franchise to join the CDL lineup. After the merger of OpTic and Envy, Kraft Sports Group bought the last 12-team spot.

Joining forces were Thomas ‘TJHaLy’ Haly, Anthony ‘Methodz’ Zinni, Dylan ‘Nero’ Kock and Kenyen ‘Capsidal’ Sutton. However, the team lacked a substitute player for emergencies.

But that is now filled and held by one of the biggest names in all of Call of Duty esports, Doug ‘Censor’ Martin.

Censor joins CDL with Boston Breach

People who follow the CoD esports scene will know that Censor has been very vocal about achieving their goal of reaching the CDL no matter what the cost.

Now that dream has finally come true for him as The Breach revealed he would be their sub for the upcoming season. After that announcement, Censor sat down with Dexerto to discuss what that meant with in.

In an exclusive interview, he said: “It’s been a long time coming and I just want to do my job. I’m their backup player, so I’m just here to be their backup player.”

While this is a ticket back to the CDL, the seasoned veteran doesn’t see it as his end goal. “I don’t see this as my chance to get back into the CDL, you have to appear in challengers if you’re a player like me.”

Currently, Censor is being spotted in the “Passion Pit” at the Major 2 Challengers tournament, which features numerous amateur teams from around the world.

However, when he’s not playing with Challengers, he’ll be working to improve on Boston Breach in hopes of giving the team their first CDL title.

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Emma Bowman

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