Semi Ojeleye and Team Meyers win in SLAM’s latest Call of Duty tourney

SLAM added a few newcomers to its Call of Duty: Modern Warfafe tourney Saturday, and the Boston Celtics had a representative on the sticks.

Semi Ojeleye displayed his skills as a member of Meyers Leonard’s team. Leonard and company defeated a squad led by Donovan Mitchell, 4-3, in SLAM’s fifth Call of Duty tournament. Washington Mystics forward Aerial Powers, New Orleans Pelicans guard Josh Hart, Pittsburgh Steelers receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster were also on the winning team.

The rest of Mitchell’s team included Portland Trail Blazers wing Mario Hezonja, Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette and Atlanta Hawks guard Brandon Goodwin.

Ojeleye’s team had a 3-1 series lead after winning, 6-3, in Search and Destroy on the map St. Petrograd.

Mitchell and his squad got a close 3-2 win in Capture the Flag, as well as a  dominant 200-42 win in Headquarters to tie the series at 3-3.

Leonard’s squad closed the final game of the series well. The two teams played Domination on Hackney Yard, and Leonard’s team won 200-116. Ojeleye boasted a kill-death ratio of 2.07, and he had the second-highest number of kills on his team (31). Smith-Schuster had a team-high 51 kills in leading the team to the series-clinching win.

Ojeleye was one of his team’s top performers throughout the series. One of his best performances came during the first game, when the two teams played Search and Destroy on Crash. Ojeleye tied for first on his team in kills (11), as the squad won 6-1.

He had another quality performance during the second game of the series. The teams played Domination on Shoot House, and Ojeleye and company won, 200-185. He had 40 kills, the second-most on the team behind Leonard’s 48.

With Ojeleye having a good showing in his first appearance, perhaps he’ll play in future Call of Duty tournaments and help his team snag wins.

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