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Drama Surrounding Nadeshot and Call of Duty Black Ops 2 Throwback Tournament: What Happened?

Popular esports professional Matthew “Nadeshot” has withdrawn from the upcoming Call of Duty Black Ops 2 Throwback Tournament following a controversy surrounding his former teammate, Ian “Crimsix.” The 100 Thieves co-founder's departure has caused quite a stir on social media.

The drama began when Crimsix made some statements on the OpTic Dynasty podcast that apparently upset Nadeshot. In the podcast, Crimsix appeared to accuse Nadeshot of using their potential tournament wins as a tax write-off. This particular incident occurred during the Call of Duty Champs in Advanced Warfare, and Crimsix criticized Nadeshot for not having enough motivation to win like the other players on the team.

Nadeshot reacted strongly to these allegations in a livestream on Twitch, denying that he had ever made such statements. He called Crimsix's story “imaginary” and expressed his outrage. The situation escalated further when Nadeshot decided to withdraw from the tournament and released an “apology” video, where he expressed regret for cancelling last second and wished everyone luck.

It is worth mentioning that Crimsix has since apologized to Nadeshot. However, Nadeshot remains firm in his decision not to participate in the Call of Duty Black Ops 2 Throwback Tournament, which is scheduled for September 23.

Fans who are interested in watching the tournament can tune in to Scump's Twitch channel for the official livestream. The absence of Nadeshot has certainly generated significant attention and discussion within the Call of Duty community.

– [Sportskeeda](