Harrison Giza

Harrison Giza

Harrison is an esports commentator and gonzo video game journalist, focusing on esports and Call of Duty news for ESTNN. Current writer at Punchland and former contributing staff at Midnight Pulp, Bad Hat Harry, Montecito Picture Co. For inquiries or interviews: harrisonanthonygiza@gmail.com.

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Call of Duty: Paris Legion Take Away A 3-1 Victory Against Struggling Toronto Ultra

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The Paris Legion snagged a win over the Toronto Ultra, who continue to underperform significantly.


Round One

The first round of the match was a game of Hardpoint, with Paris racking up kills left and right (mostly in part thanks to Denz with eight kills in a row). Toronto shot back within a few minutes' time, taking the game to only a ten-point difference… and within the next few minutes, turned around the entire match with a more than thirty point lead. Both teams were thirsty for a win, but the Toronto Ultra was in spectacular form aside from a few stagnant pushes against Paris’ enemy lines. Toronto took the 1 - 0 lead.

Round Two

The second round was a skillfully played match of Search and Destroy, with both teams hiding and sniping their way through a cluttered map. Toronto won the first round, mostly due to a three kill streak from Cammy. They also took away a win the next round. However, the next two rounds, built off of a strong offensive foundation from Zed, had Paris winning big time, with savvy kills and, if you can believe it, not too much death despite a bevy of attempts from Toronto.

The next round of S ‘n’ D went to Paris as well and the game was tied at 3 - 3. Paris jumped ahead with another win under their belts with a tremendous amount of team multi-kills. Denz was a hero throughout this series, as the Ultra shook in their boots and lost the round, tying it up 1 - 1.

Round Three

With the match tied, Toronto stepped it up in the next round, going toe to toe with the Paris Legion, each team staying within a few points of each other throughout the game. Three minutes left. The two-point lead for Toronto became a six-point lead for Paris, with the Legion securing multiple points during a blistering round of Domination. Shockz carried the Legion to victory, with almost triple the amount of kills as his fellow teammates. This made it a 2 - 1 match in Paris’ favor.

Round Four

Kismet scored first blood in the fourth round of Hardpoint at the Warehouse, as Paris started off the round with a 35 - shutout. Within a few minutes, there was a more than a hundred point difference between the two teams, with Paris continuing to destroy in the most lopsided power point the COD League has delivered so far. The Legion won the match, 3 - 1.

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