Ahead of his team's third-place finish at the Call of Duty World League event in Dallas, Texas hosted by Major League Gaming, James "Clayster" Eubanks sat down with WWG to answer a few questions about a variety of things.
The veteran Call of Duty player began his career in 2007, reaching the top-tier of the esport in 2009 during Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 by earning a spot at the MLG National Championship. The COD Champs MVP of 2015 has seen his name on the back of jerseys representing some of the best organizations to ever field Call of Duty teams including compLexity, OpTic Gaming, and Evil Geniuses.
In a quick fire style series of questions Clayster was asked 14 different questions varying in topic found below:
Q1: What were you known for in high school?
Clayster: Skater kid
Q2: What is something your fans or even your teammates don't know about you?
Clayster: I was in the third-ranked choir in the nation in high school
Q3: What is your favorite version of Call of Duty?
Clayster: Black Ops 2
Q4: What is your favorite map of all time?
Q5: What is your favorite game outside of Call of Duty?
Q6: What is your most memorable moment in Call of Duty?
Clayster: Gold Medal at first X games
Q7: Is your biggest supporter your mom or dad?
Q8: What team or player did you look up to before you went pro?
Q9: What is your biggest weakness as a player?
Clayster: Getting too frantic
Q10: What is your favorite game type in Call of Duty?
Q11: DC or Marvel?
Q12: What is one feature you want to keep/add/bring back in the next Call of Duty?
Clayster: Let me think, blocking dunks.
Q13: If you could play with any one other player who is not on your team, who would it be?
Clayster: Replays, our coach.
Q14: Favorite season of the year?