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Samuel "Sammy" Mateos is a retired Call of Duty esports player, previously an anchor player for Movistar Riders.
Samuel "Sammy" Mateos was born in Zaragoza, Spain. He met the Call of Duty through a neighbor when he was barely 8 years old and immediately became interested in the game but would not be recognized in the scene until the arrival of MW3. His competitive nature and having seen a Final Cup led him to team up with other players from public games. From there, he would make the definitive leap to more consolidated formations with which he has acquired experience until becoming a top-level player.
Black Ops 3
He played in the Call of Duty Championship 2016 with Giants Gaming, into Infinite Warfare season Sammy was moved to substitute role, in April 2017 he left the team and moved to Movistar Riders into mid-season.
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- May 9, SAMMY: "AHORA MISMO NO HAY NADA QUE NOS PUEDA FRENAR" with , and on LVP
- May 11, SAMMY: “DESPUÉS DE TRES DERROTAS, EXPLOTAS DE EUFORIA” with , and on LVP
GIA Sammy, Call of Duty World League Championship 2016
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