New York Subliners has announced that it has signed James "Clayster" Eubanks ahead of the 2021 Call of Duty League season. The three-time Call of Duty World Champion joins the team after former members Accuracy, Temp, Happy, and Censor were recently dropped.
Clayster has played Call of Duty professionally since 2010 and has earned over $860,000 in tournament earnings, according to Liquidpedia. The 28-year-old most recently played for Dallas Empire but was announced to be the first player to be cut after the new 4v4 format was unveiled for the 2021 season.
Do you think New York Subliners will be a good new home for Clayster?