Fuel Call of Duty on a five-game winning streak

Fuel Call of Duty players Bosfrost (Left), Sus (Middle left), Bonk (Middle right) and KMC (Right) are on fire with a five-game winning streak.

The Fuel Esports Call of Duty (CoD) team has been the team to beat sitting with five wins and zero losses. Fuel played Conestoga College on Oct. 11 in the National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE) open premier division. This was a big game between the two because they are the only two Canadian schools in their conference division. Fuel dominated on each map walking away with a 3-0 win in the best out of five match-up.

Team captain Jake “Bonk” Deneau still believes that the chemistry has been working well on the team but he doesn’t want them to put their guard down.

“It’s only going to get harder from here on in so we have to make sure we stay locked in,” Deneau said.

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Rocket League

All Rocket League teams have been showing great strides in the first few weeks of matches. The main Rocket League team won 4-1 in a best out of seven series match against Wake Forest University Oct. 10. The Academy Team had a strong 4-1 win against Los Angeles Tech Gray. The Rising Team had a dominating match and won 4-0 in their best out of seven series match against Catholic University on Oct. 12. All three teams have started sweeping the floors in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC).


Fuel Valorant has been keeping a strong pace in NACE action. Fuel won against Arkon Gold 2-1 in a best out of three series match-up. The Academy Team has also been meeting up to that same level too, winning 2-0 against Southern Arkansas University on Oct. 11. Fuel Valorant manager Adam “Boyc3” Boyce has been happy with the team’s execution out there lately.

Counter Strike 2

Games are back in action for Fuel Counter Strike 2 (CS2). The game recently had a major update going from Counter Strike: Global Offensive to CS2. The update was mainly around the graphics of the game but there is also a bit of a different feeling to mechanics as well. The Fuel team is happy to be back playing matches. They won their first match 2-1 in a best out of three series match against George Mason University on Oct. 6. They won their next matchup 2-0 against West Texas A&M University on Oct. 13. They had Rainbow Six Siege Captain James “Purzaa” Perez substitute in their most recent game. Perez felt that in the match he was able to keep up with the team for the most part but said he noticed some areas where he would like to improve.

More matches are coming up in League of Legends, Overwatch and Rainbow Six Siege as we move through the month of October. Make sure to keep up with the latest announcements on Fuel’s Discord and social media.