The Boston Breach, an organization in the Call of Duty League, have announced the signing of two new content creators; Call of Duty streamer Tdawgsmitty and New England Patriots linebacker Matt Judon are the newest members of the Breach. This continues the effort by Boston to grow a solid team of content creators, as the team also signed Doug “Censor” Martin as a creator earlier this year. However, this time the CDL organization meshed with the football world.
Tdawgsmitty was previously a Warzone creator with the Toronto Ultra; now he’s moving south to the self-proclaimed city of champions. The streamer grew to prominence last year and now currently boasts over 50,000 followers on Twitch and 400,000 followers on TikTok. Matt Judon, on the other hand, joined the Patriots last season after spending his first five seasons with the Baltimore Ravens. The linebacker immediately became a fan-favorite player in New England thanks to his iconic red sleeves and sack celebration, both of which he showed off in the Breach’s announcement video for the pair’s signing.
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— Boston Breach (@BostonBreach) July 29, 2022
The Breach are operated by Massachusetts-based Oxygen Esports and owned by the Kraft Sports Group, who also own the Patriots. As such, Judon’s signing was likely an easy negotiation. Oxygen Esports’ gaming facility is also located right on Patriot Place; they’re in a section of Gillette Stadium, the stadium the Patriots play their home games at in the NFL.
Tdawgsmitty and Judon will presumably take part in future content and videos for the Breach. This could include the two playing Warzone with or against Boston’s CDL roster, which is currently practicing for the world championship in Los Angeles from Aug. 4-6. Perhaps Tdawgsmitty and Judon could make an appearance at the event; if Judon can get away from practicing with the Patriots, that is.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.