- Preston "Prestinni" Sanderson
- United States
- Current Team
- Call of Duty, Call of Duty World League Anaheim Open, Call of Duty World League Championship, Call of Duty World League London Open, Call of Duty World League Pro League, Call of Duty World League, Call of Duty World League Miami Finals
- 2017, 2018, 2019
- June 23, 2019
Preston "Prestinni" Sanderson is a professional Call of Duty player for eUnited.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3
Prestinni came into the scene in Black Ops 3 on EZG eSports West with his twin brother Arcitys, Kazmo, and Muniebro, and the team qualified for the pA League Season 1 at the pA League Season 1 Qualifier. After picking up Stumpfy and Paranoia as subs, the team ended up finishing first in the pA League Season 1 Regular Season and the team won the pA League Season 1 Playoffs. After turning 18, Prestinni and Arcitys picked up Stumpfy and Destiny to play in CWL and MLG tournaments under Apotheon Esports. This team saw moderate success online and carried that into MLG Orlando where they managed to battle through the open bracket and into pools for an eventual top 12 placement. Despite placing relatively well for it being their first event, theCWL/2017 Season/Anaheim Open[[ team still replaced Destiny for Mayhem ahead of the NA CWL Championship Qualifier, where they managed to qualify for CWL Champs. At the CWL Championship, Apotheon Esports wasn’t able to make it out of pool play losing to Rise Nation and HyperGames Team.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
Prestinni opened the year on the GosuCrew still with Gunless, DraMa, and still twin brother Arcitys. This team managed to qualify for pools for the first event in the CWL Las Vegas Online Qualifier. At the CWL Las Vegas Open, the GosuCrew finished at the bottom of their pool, but did manage to win two series in the losers bracket for a top 12 placement. This performance was good enough to get noticed by Silly who picked up the trio of Prestinni, Arcitys and Gunless to play under eUnited. This new team seemed to instantly click as the team began playing great online including winning two MLG 2Ks. The team was hoping to carry the online success into the CWL Atlanta Open where they ended up topping their pool, winning every winners bracket match, and beating OpTic Gaming in a game 5 in the second series of a close and memorable grand finals. The team then struggled at the CWL Paris Open only placing top 16 as they failed to make it into pools and losing to Luminosity Gaming in the open bracket and eventually Splyce in the losers bracket. Even though the placement was disappointing, the team still only lost to other top teams so they were still hopeful going into the CWL Dallas Open where they topped their pool, but lost in the winners bracket and had to beat FaZe Clan to make it into the grand finals where they once again had a close and infamous grand finals against OpTic Gaming where they won the first series in a game 5, but lost the second in another game 5. After Dallas, the team went into the pro league and only managed to place top 6 in the CWL Pro League Stage 1 after losing to Enigma6 Group in the first round of the winners bracket and eliminated by the runners up Luminosity Gaming in the losers. After that disappointing performance, Gunless decided to bench himself in hope for a trade so eUnited went into the CWL Anaheim Open with Swarley as a fill in and the team only managed a top 12 placement. eUnited then traded Gunless to FaZe Clan for the veteran Clayster and this change seemed to help get eUnited back on track as the team placed third in the CWL Pro League Stage 2. The team had high hopes for the CWL Championship and they were looking solid until they threw away an infamous uplink match against Team Envy where they were up 10-0. After losing that map, the team couldn’t regain composure and went on to lose the series against Team Envy and then lose 0-3 to Luminosity Gaming in the losers bracket despite beating them earlier in the tournament. This means they ended the year with a top 6 placement, which is the same placement that Gunless finished with on FaZe Clan proving that the trade didn’t seem to benefit either team too much.
Call of Duty: World War II
eUnited was one of the few teams that did not make a roster change coming into the new game and the team was performing adequately online ahead of the first event. At the CWL Dallas Open, eUnited was performing well until they matched up against Team Kaliber where they lost in a game 5 round 11 in the second round of the winners bracket and then proceeded to lose to FaZe Clan in the losers bracket for a top 6 placement. The team then finished second in the CWL Northern Arena Showdown and continued to perform well online. Once again eUnited had a solid start at the CWL New Olreans Open, but in a deja vu fashion, they lost again to Team Kaliber in a game 5 round 11 in the second round of the winners bracket and then once again lost immediately afterwards in the loser bracket for another top 6 placement. eUnited then finished second in the WG Canadian Championship Final, which still was a slight disappointment as they lost to an amateur team in the finals. eUnited then began to struggle more as Prestinni lost confidence and he and Silly couldn’t find good pacing. This led to another top 6 placement at the CWL Atlanta Open, a top 16 placement at the CWL Birmingham Open, and another top 6 placement in the CWL Pro League Stage 1. In an effort to fix the pacing issue and get passed a top 6 placement, eUnited dropped Silly and replaced him with FeLo. This change seemed to fix the pacing and Prestinni gained confidence and the team finally got passed the top 6 curse and finished in third at the CWL Seattle Open. However, at the CWL Anaheim Open, eUnited failed to make it out of pools and lost to OpTic Gaming in the losers bracket for a disappointing top 12 placement. eUnited then placed a solid, but not desired top 4 placement in the CWL Pro League Stage 2. To end the year, eUnited had a shaky start at the CWL Championship losing to the European amateur team Team Sween and finished second in their pool. This meant that eUnited landed on the tougher side of the bracket, but was able to gain momentum beating Red Reserve and UNILAD Esports in dominant 3-0 fashions. eUnited then lost to Team Kaliber, but managed to beat the red hot Luminosity Gaming in the losers bracket before losing to FaZe Clan and ending Champs with a fourth place finish.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
After not being able to get back into winning form, eUnited decided to drop FeLo for the young gun ABeZy, pick up the veteran Jkap as their fifth, and pick up Saint as the coach. With this balance of fresh talent and veterans, eUnited felt they had a solid chance at winning events. At the CWL Las Vegas Open, eUnited made it through pools with ease, but lost to OpTic Gaming in the winners bracket. This forced eUnited to have to beat the Lightning Pandas, Luminosity Gaming, and Splyce in the losers bracket to have a rematch against OpTic Gaming in the grand finals, where they lost 3-0 and ended up with a second place finish. That placement was good enough to instantly qualify for the CWL Pro League where they went a solid 5-2 in the first two weeks. Despite playing relatively well in the league, the team still felt it needed a change as there seemed to be a chemistry and pacing issue. The players decided that they wanted to drop Clayster, but eUnited wanted to keep him so the team didn’t make a change ahead of CWL Fort Worth where after being placed in a tough pool, the team finished with a worst possible top 16 placement. After that poor placement, eUnited decided to drop Jkap for the substitute and rising stare Simp. This change seemed to help eUnited as they went 3-1 in the next week of the pro league. The change helped because it allowed Prestinni to run a maddox (ar) instead of a saug (sub), which slowed him down, while Simp and ABeZy used the saugs and found a good pacing.
Prestinni and Arcitys are twins.
Prestinni’s favorite Call of Duty is Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
Prestinni used to go by the alias Presto before a former teammate called him Prestinni and he decided to stick it as he liked it more.
$187,123.43 From 21 Tournaments
98.04% of Total Prize Money Earned
2019-07-05 1st-2nd Team-based Tournament CWL Pro League 2019 – $17,875.00 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
2019-06-16 5th-6th Team-based Tournament » CWL Anaheim 2019 – $3,000.00 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
2019-05-05 2nd Team-based Tournament CWL London 2019 – $16,000.00 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
2018-12-09 2nd Team-based Tournament CWL Las Vegas Open 2018 – $12,000.00 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
2018-11-12 2nd Team-based Tournament NA CWL 2000 Series 11-11/12 – $100.00 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
2018-08-19 4th Team-based Tournament » CWL Championship 2018 – $20,000.00 Call of Duty: World War II
2018-07-29 4th Team-based Tournament 2018 CWL Pro League Stage 2 – $13,125.00 Call of Duty: World War II
2018-04-22 3rd Team-based Tournament 2018 CWL Seattle Open – $8,000.00 Call of Duty: World War II
2018-04-08 5th-6th Team-based Tournament 2018 CWL Pro League Stage 1 – $8,125.00 Call of Duty: World War II
2018-03-11 5th-6th Team-based Tournament » CWL Atlanta Open 2018 – $2,000.00 Call of Duty: World War II
2018-03-04 2nd Team-based Tournament WGCC 2018 National Final C$3,250.00 $2,523.43 Call of Duty: World War II
2018-01-14 5th-6th Team-based Tournament CWL New Orleans Open 2018 – $2,000.00 Call of Duty: World War II
2017-12-17 2nd Team-based Tournament 2018 CWL Northern Arena Showdown – $2,500.00 Call of Duty: World War II
2017-12-10 5th-6th Team-based Tournament CWL Dallas Open 2018 – $2,000.00 Call of Duty: World War II
2017-11-27 1st Team-based Tournament NA CWL 2000 series 11-26/27 – $375.00 Call of Duty: World War II
2017-08-13 5th-6th Team-based Tournament » CWL Championship 2017 – $13,750.00 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
2017-07-30 3rd Team-based Tournament » CWL 2017 – Global Pro League Stage 2 – $23,125.00 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
2017-06-04 1st Team-based Tournament MLG 2K Series NA 06-04 – $500.00 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
2017-05-28 5th-6th Team-based Tournament » CWL 2017 – Global Pro League Stage 1 – $8,125.00 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
2017-03-19 2nd Team-based Tournament » CWL 2017 Dallas Open – $12,000.00 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
2017-02-12 1st Team-based Tournament » CWL 2017 Atlanta Open – $20,000.00 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
Independent / Free Agent / Unknown Team
$3,750.00 From 1 Tournament
1.96% of Total Prize Money Earned
2016-09-04 17th-32nd Team-based Tournament » Call of Duty XP Championship 2016 – $3,750.00 Call of Duty: Black Ops III
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