Top 5 Solo Plays in Call of Duty Esports History

The third season of Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan on December 21, we've put together the top 5 solo plays in Call of Duty's eSports history.

Top 5 Solo Plays in Call of Duty Esports History
By Shubham Dalal | Dec 19, 2022 | 5 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

As Prime Video prepares for the launch of the third season of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan on December 21, we’ve put together the top 5 solo plays in Call of Duty’s eSports history. Just as season three saw John Krasinski’s character become an international fugitive on a mission to stop a global catastrophe, these CoD stars decide to go rogue, saving the day (and the game) in the process.If you need more information about Top 5 Solo Plays in Call of Duty Esports History read carefully and don’t forget to share with your friends.

Top 5 Solo Plays in Call of Duty Esports History :

Here top 5 solo plays in call of duty in all esports history till now :

Pred goes on a rampage at Champs :

To set the stage for this drama, the Atlanta FaZe and Seattle Surge from last season’s Call of Duty League Champs face off in the second round at Vanguard. Atlanta was up 30 points in the last few minutes of the first map game on the Tuscan Hardpoint. Needing just a few more points to put the game away, FaZe Australia ran in Seattle’s rookie sensation, Amer “Pred” Zulbiri.

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Pred’s storybook play began by killing two members of FaZe to prevent him from winning the match on the second-to-last rotation. After clearing the decks, Pred killed two more FaZe players to give Seattle breathing room and set up the map’s final rotation. Atlanta needed just two points to win the game, and they were within points when the final rotation started. However, in Jack Ryan’s Larrikin-esque fashion, Pred stayed inside the hill to earn the last few points needed for his CDL team, killing every single FaZe player on the point, and securing the map win for Seattle.

FormaL steals the show for OpTic :

In season three, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan is forced to pretend as a lone wolf, sometimes needing to appear out of nowhere to eliminate threats and take control of the situation. There’s probably no other play in COD history that exemplifies that mantra more than what Matthew “Formal” Piper did for OpTic in the 2017 Call of Duty Championship. OpTic and Team Envy were competing in the Grand Finals of the CoD Champs during the 2017 Infinite Warfare season.

The third map of the series was Precinct Uplink. In the first half of the uplink, both teams were vying for control, with neither side gaining a large lead.However, Envy star Jonathan “Jon” Perez was looking to change that in the second half. After getting the uplink ball in the center of the map, John made his way to the optic side of the map, and it looked like he was about to score by throwing the ball into the hoop. Then, like a bat out of hell, Formal flew into the scene, intercepted the ball in mid-air, and prevented Envy from scoring, eliciting disbelief from the commentators and a huge roar of applause from the crowd.

Attach runs through his own Artillery :

In the Stage One Playoffs during the WWII season, FaZe and OpTic were in the Grand Finals, both looking for their first championship of the season. After a back-and-forth exchange in Search and Destroy, the map went up 5-5 in rounds, making it a winner-takes-all round 11.Forty-five seconds into the round, FaZe was down to three members, leaving Dillon “Attach” Price in a 1v3 against arguably the best team of all time. Luckily for the attaché, he had an artillery killstreak to call the A-bomb pass inside the boathouse.

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Once he called it in, however, he quickly realized that the only way to get the members of OpTic out was by running through it. In doing so, Atache ran the risk of dying at the hands of his own assassin. However, in pure Jack Ryan edge-of-your-seat style, Attache escaped by the skin of his teeth, taking out two members of OpTic to set up a 1v1 with Ian “crimmix” Porter, which he won handily.

A legend is born on Arsenal :

Once again, we find ourselves among the Call of Duty champs. This time, it’s in 2019 during the Black Ops 4 season, and the final E-United champions are fighting against UNITS from Europe. At the start of the Search and Destroy round, Simp brings out his Paladin sniper. While fans of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan may be used to seeing stealthy maneuvers in the long run, sometimes a full-frontal assault against the opposition is required. This round Simp decided to do exactly that.

Using Paladin, Simp snipes three UNITS players in a row in a matter of seconds. eUnited easily won the round and map thanks to Simp’s excellent accuracy with the sniper.

“Who’s the best in the game” :

There are some people who are synonymous with certain things. Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan is synonymous with the CIA and stopping terrorism threats while Seth “Scump” Abner is synonymous with COD. Referred to by the community as “The King”, Scump is without a doubt one of the greatest players we have ever had the pleasure of watching.

His legacy truly began in Black Ops 2, where Scump showed the world that no matter what you throw at him, he’s ready and able to stop it. There is no play that better showcases Scump’s raw ability than his famous killing spree on the Yemen hardpoint. Playing for OpTic, Scump went on a solo tear inside the point, hitting players left and right. As it happened, the broadcast of the tournament went on to be heard during Scump’s spree, where Scump repeatedly stated that he was “the best in the game”, a phrase that has now become synonymous with his career.If you like this article then don’t forget to share with your friends.

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