Kim Dotcom Reaches #1 On The Call of Duty: Ghosts Leaderboard
James Gould / 3 years ago
Kim Dotcom, the founder of the now shutdown Megaupload (MU), has hit the top of the Call of Duty leader board for the second time. Previously when the third edition of Activision’s Modern Warfare series was released, Kim Dotcom hit number 1 on the leader board for score within a few weeks and vigorously defended his title through the next year until the next game was released.
Kit Dotcom released a picture via Twitter taken by himself of the new Call of Duty: Ghosts leader board, showing him at number 1. His KD/R (kill death ratio) isn’t that impressive and may be slightly dwindled by the fact that Dotcom had to endure a 20 hour marathon session of the game before hitting number 1.
The only way that Dotcom could have possibly reached number 1 without an impressively (and almost hacker-esque) KD/R is by constantly playing the objective and utilising Call of Duty: Ghost’s score streaks to build up his points per game, meaning that even though he may not be able to play a competitive level, he’s an amazing team player and can actually aim whilst doing so.
It should be noted that Dotcom could easily be beaten in a communicated team game due to his degree of skill compared to professional players, but he’s still an amazing team mate to have in your lobby and you should be proud to guard him as he sprints for those flags!
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Thanks to KitGuru for the information and image!