Methodz of Boston Breach: “This crowd is electric. We definitely feel the love” cover image

Methodz of Boston Breach: “This crowd is electric. We definitely feel the love” caught up with Methodz of the Boston Breach to discuss a crucial Elimination Bracket win over the Seattle Surge.

The Boston Breach rebounded on day two of the Boston Major 2 with a somewhat controversial win over the Seattle Surge. Breach – who have had a rough time closing out game fives – avoided that scenario entirely. Breach won three straight games in the best-of-five series over Surge to advance in the Elimination Bracket. Of the four Boston Breach players, Methodz put up a positive K/D and is prepared for whatever lies ahead.

"That crowd is insane"

Methodz and the rest of the Boston Breach closed out the series 3-1 after a closely contested Fortress Hardpoint. Besides the game one loss in the series, Breach fed off their home crowd's energy and preserved their tournament life. 

"That crowd is insane. They're electric, and they're making noise," Methdoz told Esports.GG. "We can sort of feel it, right? We have noise-canceling headphones, but they're surpassing that. This crowd's insane. We obviously want to bring it home for them, and we definitely feel the love." The vibrations are crazy," Nero added. "You get a kill, and they scream."

The Breach had the entire crowd behind them during their first Elimination Bracket match. Despite falling behind early, the persistent "let's go Boston!" chants helped the team elevate even after falling to Atlanta FaZe on day one.

"Honestly, I did kind of expect this type of love [from the crowd]," said Methodz. "I mean Boston, as a sports city, they are just so passionate about their teams, and we knew that this hometown crowd would be crazy, and that's why yesterday's loss hurt so much. Luckily, we had a win today, and we are looking forward to keeping it rolling."

Methodz talks rebounding on day two and looking ahead to the Boston Breach's next match

The current Elimination Bracket via Call of Duty League
The current Elimination Bracket via Call of Duty League

It's no secret that the Boston Breach has struggled in game five matches. Heading into Boston Major 2, the team held an astounding 0-6 record in game fives. The crushing streak continued yesterday at the hands of Atlanta FaZe, who sent the Breach to the Elimination Bracket. 

Methodz put no thought into what unfolded on day one for the Boston Breach, stating that hindsight is always tough after a hard-fought series. He also referenced the "game five curse" and hopes the next game five will fall in their favor.

"Yeah, I mean, it's in the past. Obviously, hindsight sucks," he said. "When we watch it back, we see a lot of plays that could have gone either way and some mistakes that we all made personally. It's always tough in hindsight, but the goal here is to clean it up moving forward. Hopefully, any game fives will be met with a different result than the past six." We're due for one," added Nero."

A 3-1 series victory over the Seattle Surge moves the Boston Breach into Elimination Bracket round two, where they await the winner of the Los Angeles Guerillas and Las Vegas Legion. Esports.GG asked Methodz how the Breach stacks up against either team.

"I think both teams are great. LAG is a very good Hardpoint team, and Vegas is a good Search team. Both of them, respectively, have a pretty dominant game mode each. We're obviously confident versus any team we play, but I think we are at the point in the game where the competition is so tight-knit, and everyone is competitive."

The competition is heating up at the Boston Major 2 event. While a strange killstreak situation surely helped the hometown team, Methodz and the rest of Boston Breach hope to hoist their home tournament's trophy come Sunday.

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