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This Call Of Duty League Player Blew Himself Up In Spectacular Fashion

Everyone makes mistakes when playing video games. Whether it’s jumping the wrong way into a bottomless pit, or just forgetting to look at the time and watching the opposing player run out of time, we all make mistakes that make us want to uninstall and never again. game time again. However, most of us are not professional players. Most of us log in on weekends or play a few rounds after work or dinner.

On the other hand, Call of Duty League players live and breathe their game, and the types of mistakes they make while playing aren’t even close to the mistakes we ordinary players make. That’s why this clip of Los Angeles Thieves player Johnathon “John” Perez is so shocking to watch. During a search and destroy round, he was planting a bomb when he felt suppressed fire, so he wisely moved out of the way and threw a grenade in response. The problem was that the grenade landed right in front of the wall he was hiding behind killing him instantly. The kill feed adds insult to injury by saying “mistakes were made” in addition to his accidental death.

Unfortunately for Perez, things don’t get much better. The Thieves continued to lose the game of Search and Destroy helping the Paris Legion draw 1-1 in the best series of the year with a score of 1-1. It’s a shame for him, but the 2016 Call of Duty World League MVP might be back. You can’t become a pro by letting mistakes like this let you down. However, for the rest of us, while it’s shocking to see that happen in an environment like this, it’s nice to know that even the best people at COD blow themselves up sometimes.

This Call Of Duty League Player Blew Himself Up In Spectacular Fashion

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