They Call Him The 'Intelligent' Call Of Duty Pro-Gamer

Professional player Raymond Lussier (aka Rambo) has made a career of playing Call of Duty on some of the biggest stages in the world. Along with his team EnVyUs they placed second at the Call of Duty Championships, even if they haven't seen similar success in recent events. But to the wider community, he's known as the most intelligent professional player out there.

I had the chance to talk to Rambo about his history as a competitor, the recent team change, and how Call of Duty is a game of logic contrary to others' beliefs.

Alex Mendez is a professional eSports broadcaster who has worked for companies such as Major League Gaming, World Cyber Games, IGN Pro League, Twitch TV, Electronic Arts, Activision, Sony Online Entertainment, and more. You can follow him on Twitter or check out his YouTube.


Comments

    there is no 'intelligent' person in call of duty, seriously there championships are a just a sham and paying 20-30 years old to act like 5 years old. Seriously there conduct is horrible they show nearly 0 respect for any player except for the people on there team, half of them are seriously the most spoilt brats in the world and how lucky they really are. You could call me a jealous in a way in which they win money for playing games and I am incredibly but not even close to the league of legends, starcraft 2 and Dota 2 community.

    Also the way he talks abut logic and call of duty is laughable really it's just a horrible game built on servers that are near enough garbage, the delay you get from shooting to actually hit detection is awful. This for me is just one of the problems for call of duty and seriously for me just a game full of try hard 12 year olds.

    So he is one of the 0.0001% of Call of Duty players with an I.Q. over 55?

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