This article is part of our DraftKings Call of Duty series.
- 1:00 p.m. Seattle Surge vs. Dallas Empire
- 2:30 p.m. Atlanta FaZe Clan vs. New York Subliners
- 4:00 p.m. Los Angeles Guerrillas vs. OpTic Gaming Los Angeles
- 6:30 p.m. London Royal Ravens vs. Chicago Huntsmen
SEA (3-8) vs. DAL (10-6)
So much for concerns regarding Dallas' Internet connection. The Empire did allow Friday's series to get to a fourth game against OPLA, but it was Shotzzy and his $7,600 salary that ultimately proved to be the biggest bargain of the inaugural Call of Duty DFS slate, compiling a ridiculous 172 total points.
The breakout performance, which included a ridiculous 1.59 KD across the four-game series, sky-rockets Shotzzy near the top of salaries for Saturday's slate. Call of Duty is a game of matchups and hot streaks, and it's obvious the young slayer is on one now. That being said, his play Friday might have priced him out of an obvious "must play" situation, and Seattle tend to operate a bit slower, preferring to play at a slower pace in order to force advantages when they appear.
Seattle did pick up a 3-0 victory over Los Angeles Guerrillas as expected Friday, but I have a hard time suggesting they'll make for a reasonable opposition against a (no pun intended) surging Empire unit. Even if the total number of engages is down in this series compared to the first one, I just don't see a way in which the Empire lose more than one map, which makes the majority of their