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'Warzone' Player Hires Mariachi Band To Play Every Time He Wins

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'Warzone' Player Hires Mariachi Band To Play Every Time He Wins

We all like to celebrate our gaming wins in some way, but one Call Of Duty: Warzone player took it to the next level on Cinco de Mayo.

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We have covered post-win parties on GAMINGbible before, with a personal favourite being the 15-year-old Twitch streamer who hosts raves in his bedroom. This party has a whole different vibe, as Facebook Gaming partner Rexzilla hired a Mariachi band to play songs like La Bamba and The Macarena to celebrate every win for his team.

You can see some of the best Warzone wins and fails in the video below.

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Rexzilla is a pretty accomplished Warzone player. He is one of the top snipers in North America with over 1700 wins in the larger Warzone mode and a further 900 plus wins in the smaller 40 person Rebirth battle royale mode. Being so skilled meant lots of chances for his band to play.

Fans were keen to point out that Rexzilla is not the first streamer to hire the traditional Mexican acoustic band to celebrate Call Of Duty kills. In March, HunterTV, a Warzone player and employee of the esports team the FaZe Clan, also hired a band to play for wins in his game. The difference here was the timing of the stunt. 

Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican celebration which takes place on 5 May. The holiday remembers the victory of the small Mexican army over the much larger French forces. Like St Patrick's Day, Cinco de Mayo is more widely celebrated in the United States than it is in its home country.

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Publisher Activision Blizzard recently announced that it is developing a sequel to the free-to-play Call Of Duty title, which will be released by the end of the year. The company has struggled to maintain players for the franchise, which is one of the most popular in the world, as it lost 60 million active monthly users over the last year.

Featured Image Credit: Activision Blizzard / Raven Software / Facebook / Rexzilla

Topics: Call Of Duty

Georgina Young
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