Watch Chris Kamara have a go at commentating on Call Of Duty

We’ve already seen Chris Kamara trying his hand at commentating on Ninja Warrior UK, but now he’s pushing his non-football exploits even further by attempting his first CoDCast.

In case you’re not a big fan of eSports, that basically means he’s commentating on people playing Call Of Duty.

We think it’s fair to say Alan Brice shouldn’t be worried for his job just yet, but it’s nice to see Kammy’s natural enthusiasm shining through.

Anyone looking for more conventional CoDCasting might want to check out this weekend’s Call Of Duty World League Championship, which is streaming live on Twitch and YouTube.

The action takes place from September 2-4, with $2million (£1.5 million) up for grabs.

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