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 Advance to Semifinals with 3-0 over New York Subliners

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The Paris Legion secured their spot in the Semifinals with a sweep against the Subliners.


Round One

The New York Subliners started off strong against the Paris Legion, keeping a twenty point distance during the opening match of Hardpoint. Once the kills starting piling up, with both teams in the hundreds, Paris turned around the game, taking a lead for the first time. Shockz and KISMET were a big help offensively in the turning of the Call of Duty tides, edging the Subliners out of the spotlight and keeping Paris in the lead further into the match (at this point a thirty point lead). Paris took the first round by storm, winning 1 - 0.

Round Two

The second round was a classic match of Search and Destroy, with Paris snatching the first point early on in the game… and the next five rounds were just as easy, with Zed, Louqa, and Denz playing rough and at the ready, completely smoking any sign of New York competition in their sights. Denz scored a nice five kill in the final round of S ‘n’ D. Paris lead the game 2 - 0 going into the next round after a brilliant shutout.

Round Three

Domination was the name of the game in the third round, with both teams neck and neck, charging back and forth at each other with aggressive, if not sloppy, offense. The Subliners managed to secure Points B and C, while also keeping a twenty point distance. Paris quickly launched themselves into strategic mode, taking Points A and B, with Denz walking a mile in the shoes on a one-man kill machine. Paris took a five-point lead while both teams fought over holding Point B down successfully… but it didn’t even matter by the end of the round, as Paris moved forward, clinching a 3 - 0 shut out.

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