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Interview: Ghosts Multiplayer Designer Joe Cecot talks Call of Duty Championship

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Juan Martinez

The 2014 edition of the Call of Duty Championship concluded on Sunday and team CompLexity put on a dominating show as they beat six teams on the last day to walk away with the $400,000 top prize in Los Angeles. CompLexity won handily in the first few rounds of Day 3 against TCM Gaming, Xfinity, Faze and OpTic before going undefeated against EnVyUs in the finals.

Comprised of Patrick "ACHES" Price, Damon "Karma" Barlow, Tyler "TeePee" Polchow and Ian "Crimsix" Porter, CompLexity not only won the cash prize, but the trophy that features the name of the first CoD Championship winner, Fariko Impact, and championship rings for each team member.

This past Saturday, Examiner sat down with multiplayer designer Joe Cecot on the intricacies of putting together the ideal map for multiplayer play especially in a competitive setting like the CoD Championship, the reaction of fans towards Ghosts and the changes from the previous Infinity Ward efforts and how much the community contributes to the game when they have to work on fixes and patches.

Listen to the interview here.

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