• James “Clayster” Eubanks is arguably one of the most dominant Call of Duty players of all time. A 12 time champion on LAN, Clayster is most known for his MVP performance in the 2015 Call of Duty World Championship during Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Clayster’s roots in COD date all the way back to Modern Warfare 2, but his breakout success came during Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, winning seven LAN events with Complexity. After a two year run on FaZe Clan, Clayster was acquired via trade in June of 2017 by eUnited, and has catapulted the team to new heights, including a recent top-6 at the 2017 Call of Duty World Championship.




  • Justin “SiLLY” Fargo may be new to some, but has actually attended events since 2009 during Call of Duty 4. SiLLY’s began his winning ways in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, with his first victory on LAN coming in 2015. SiLLY joined the eUnited roster at the beginning of the Infinite Warfare season in September of 2016, where he helped capture eUnited’s first Call of Duty LAN championship at the 2017 CWL Atlanta Open. Often known as an aggressive submachine gun player, SiLLY’s ability to play at a fast pace has been key on the battlefield.



  • Preston “Prestinni” Sanderson began playing competitively alongside his brother Arcitys in Black Ops III. In fact, dating back to 2016, both of the Sanderson brothers have never been a part of different teams. Prestinni also won his first major LAN event at the 2017 Atlanta Open, after joining eUnited just two months before in December of 2016. The win in Atlanta last season will be the first of many for the young submachine gun player. Most times, you can see Prestinni on The Ascent being the life of the party, boosting his teammate’s spirits and contributing on the battlefield with aggressive gunfights that slay the opposition.



  • Alec “Arcitys” Sanderson began playing Call of Duty competitively in Black Ops III, where he placed top-24 at the 2016 Call of Duty World League Championship. After a brief stint with another team in Infinite Warfare, Arcitys was signed by eUnited in December of 2016. The results began to show immediately. Arcitys’ first LAN event with eUnited was at the 2017 CWL Atlanta Open, where he won his first championship. Mostly an assault rifle player, Arcitys’ ability to clutch up in the big moments is what makes him a valuable piece to the eUnited team.



  • Matthew “Burns” Potthoff is the co-general manager and coach for eUnited. After a storied playing career, that included stints with Curse, Team Liquid and Rise Nation he decided to hang up the sticks and pursue a career in coaching after his last event under the eUnited banner.
    Now as a coach, Burns makes sure the current Call of Duty roster has all the tools necessary for success.