Attach on ROKKR S&D success in Call of Duty League
Call of Duty League player Dillon "Attach" Price insists his Minnesota ROKKR side's success on the Search and Destroy game mode this season is simply down to the players they have on the team.
"Attach", who is a 2015 World Champion, has previously turned out for the likes of FaZe and Rise Nation and joined Minnesota from New York Subliners last September.
And his new side have made a steady start to the new Call of Duty League campaign with a 1-1 record after the first week and their first win coming against reigning champions Dallas Empire.
They have been particularly sharp when it comes to Search and Destroy, which is a game mode many believe holds the key to winning championships.
Including victory over Toronto Ultra in the preseason Kickoff Classic, ROKKR have a 5-0 record in the game mode this year but "Attach" does not believe this is the result of any specialist strategy.
Speaking to Dot Esports, "Attach" said: "Honestly, it's just the players we have on the team, because our strats aren't anything crazy - just kind of the basic strats.
"But we just know what to do in those middle rounds, how to play our clutch scenarios, and work together as a team.
And speaking about their Hardpoint performances, he added: "We have a lot of opportunities to win the game and completely dominate in it but we're just not taking advantage of when we have that good map positioning and that good hold on a hill."
Meanwhile, Minnesota ROKKR are 1.20 to beat Seattle Surge, who are 4.33 to win in the Call of Duty League.
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