Cellium has been named the 2022 Call of Duty League Most Valuable Player after one of the most consistently dominant seasons in Call of Duty League history from an individual standpoint.
Despite not emerging with a victory in any Major tournaments in the Vanguard season, Cellium’s performances have led Atlanta FaZe to three consecutive second-place finishes and a third-place finish at Major IV.
Cellium, who has always been a superstar in his own right, was maybe slightly out shadowed by the devastating submachine gunplay of his teammates Simp and aBeZy in previous seasons. However, during the Call of Duty: Vanguard year, where many submachine gun players struggled to find consistency, it was the ever-present Cellium who was always shining for the league’s number one team.
Cellium leads the league in overall kill/death ratio at 1.23, leading in the league in both Hardpoint and Search and Destroy kill/death ratios while sitting in second place to only Dashy in Control. It isn’t all about stats with Cellium as well, his movement is on a different level to most other assault rifle players, being capable of slithering out of nearly any spot and playing his life when it seemed certain he would die, while also being capable of huge clutches in Search and Destroy, highlighted by his 1v4 against Seattle Surge on Berlin during Stage IV.
His consistency from a statistical standpoint is nothing short of remarkable, never dropping below a 1.18 kill/death ratio during any stage. So far during Championship Weekend, Celllium put up a ridiculous, but almost expected, 1.42 kill/death ratio as Atlanta FaZe went on to reverse sweep the New York Subliners and advance to face Seattle Surge today at 3:00 PM PT.
Cellium was named in the All-Star first team yesterday alongside Dashy, Pred, and Shotzzy.