26 November 2017 - 21:08

A Call of Duty player is currently streaming the NA CWL 2K from his car

Trev is going to great lengths to try to gain CWL pro points.
Screengrab via Activision

Professional esports players are known for their hard work and dedication—but this might be taking it to the next level.

Trevor "Trev" Lindgren is currently streaming the Call of Duty World League 2,000 series online tournament from his car.

Trev said that his mom didn't want him playing video games in the house, so he was forced to move his setup out to his car so he could compete in this crucial tournament.

NA CWL 2K tournaments award pro points to seed teams at official CWL LAN events. And Trev couldn't miss out on an opportunity to gain important pro points for the Call of Duty: WWII season.

Several professional Call of Duty players and fans flocked to Trev's stream, as the community was in awe that he was actually playing and streaming from the backseat of his car.

The Call of Duty community will continue to support Trev as he plays through today's NA CWL 2K tournament.

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