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Censor
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Background Information
NameDouglas Taylor Martin
Country of BirthUSA United States
BirthdayAugust 21, 1994(1994-08-21)
Competitive
RoleObjective
Social Media
Team History
TeamJoinLeft
Quantic Gaminglogo std.png Quantic Nex-TT-hreatApr 2011Dec 2011
Quantic Gaminglogo std.png Quantic LeveraGe??? ??????? ????
Team EnVyUslogo std.png Team EnVyUsDec 2012Jan 2013
Thrust Nationlogo std.png Thrust Nation??? ??????? ????
VanQuish Gaminglogo std.png VanQuish Gaming??? ??????? ????
Strictly Businesslogo std.png Strictly Business??? 2013Apr 2014
FaZe Blacklogo std.png FaZe BlackApr 2014June 2014
FaZe Clanlogo std.png FaZe ClanJune 2014Jan 2015
Team JusTuslogo std.png Team JusTusJan 2015Feb 2015
FaZe Blacklogo std.png FaZe BlackJan 2015Mar 2015
Prophecylogo std.png ProphecyApr 2015May 2015
Enigma6 Goldlogo std.png Enigma6 GoldNov 2015Feb 2016
Most Wantedlogo std.png Most WantedAug 2016Aug 2016
Next Threatlogo std.png Next ThreatAug 2016Aug 2016
Next Threatlogo std.png Next ThreatOct 2017Dec 2017
Enigma6 Grouplogo std.png Enigma6 GroupJan 2018Jan 2018
Next Threatlogo std.png Next ThreatJan 2018Feb 2018
Most Wantedlogo std.png Most WantedFeb 2018Mar 2018
Lightning Pandaslogo std.png Lightning PandasMar 2018Apr 2018
CompLexity Gaminglogo std.png compLexity GamingApr 2018Oct 2018

Douglas "Censor" Martin is a professional Call of Duty player hailing from the United States. On October 13, 2018, Censor announced his retirement. [1]

Biography

Censor was born on August 21, 1994 in the United States.

Black Ops

Douglas 'Censor' Martin is no exception to the dozens of players that began their gaming career at a young age. Starting off with some of the Nintendo Classics, he eventually took his Princess Peach saving skills over to the sticks of Call of Duty. After years of playing, Censor made a name for himself during the Call of Duty: Black Ops season. He would spend the entirety of the Black Ops season on Quantic Nex-TT-hreat. The team would perform well throughout the season, finishing with several Top 8 finishes at various tournaments. However, their biggest win would come at the MLG National Championship 2011, were they would take home the 1st place trophy.

Black Ops 2

Doug would struggle with finding teams during the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. He would finish 4th at UMG Chicago with Team EnVyUs. Afterwards, he would join Thrust and finish the season on Quantic LeveraGe.

Ghosts

During Call of Duty: Ghosts, Censor would find his home. He would joing Strictly Business, along with Apathy, Saints, and FEARS. The team would perform very well, finishing 8th at MLG Columbus and 4th at UMG Philadelphia. Before the Call of Duty Championship, the team would pick up Dedo in place of Fears. The team would dethrone compLexity at the U.S. Regional tournament. Censor and the squad would go on to finish 4th at the Call of Duty Championship. Afterwards, the team would go their separate ways, with Apathy going to Team Kaliber, and Censor, Dedo, and Saints going to the newly formed FaZe Black, along with Formal. At UGC Niagara, the team would play with Saint in place of Saints, and would still finish in 5th place, setting a high standard for the newly formed team's potential. The team would be unable to attend the MLG X Games Invitational due to pro points, would have a first round bye headed into MLG Anaheim, but would have a poor performance, finishing 5th/6th overall. After the event, Saints would be released from the team, and Formal would join Team EnVyUs. Censor and Dedo would then be joined by former teammate Apathy, and by Parasite.

Trivia

  • Censor's alias was conscience and he noticed that apparently censor was a synonym for the word. He thought it looked cool and changed it.
  • Censor's favorite moment in his Call of Duty career was winning nationals at MLG National Championship 2011 in Providence.
  • Censor's favorite Call of Duty title is Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.

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