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It seems that one of Call of Duty‘s most recognizable personalities has found a new home. Doug “Censor” Martin has been riding the New York Subliners bench all season as a substitute. However, the Subliners don’t appear too keen on using Censor in any official Call of Duty League matches. When that was made apparent, Censor announced that he would look for other opportunities to play in the CDL. Well, after around a month or so of grinding, Censor looks to have finally landed with amateur squad Triumph Gaming.

Triumph Gaming adds Censor

While not an official CDL roster, Triumph Gaming has found some success this year in the Challengers events. Essentially the amateur circuit for Call of Duty, Challengers is a great way for teams to compete for prize money while also showing organizations what they’re capable of.

So far, Triumph has won a fair amount of CDC Challengers Cups in North America. With a roster that houses former professional players, it’s no wonder why Triumph has seen some success. However, they had an open roster spot heading into the postseason for the CDL. Enter Censor.

Censor is a bit of an enigma in the Call of Duty world. While he’s recognizable thanks to his time in FaZe Clan and his prominent YouTube channel, no one really knows what he’s capable of in Modern Warfare. As a substitute for New York, Censor never really had the chance to compete in online scrimmages.

However, the former FaZe member has made it clear he’s grinding the game day in and day out. This was apparently enough for Triumph Gaming to give him a chance as the CDL starts to wind down. As it stands now, the Triumph roster consists of the following players:

  • Jared “Nagafen” Harrell
  • Matt “Royalty” Faithfull
  • Tyler “FeLo” Johnson
  • Doug “Censor” Martin
  • Eli “Standy” Bentz

Do you think Censor can prove himself? Let us know, and keep up with Daily Esports for all Call of Duty news.


Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.


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