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Prestinni ‘doing much better’ after mental health break

May 20, 2020Arda OcalESPN Staff Writer FacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerPinterestEmailprintA lot has happened in the life of Chicago Huntsmen player Preston "Prestinni" Sanderson in the past two months, both personally and professionally. "I'm just doing much better than than I was a couple months ago," the Call of Duty pro told ESPN, "so I'm honestly happy to be here. "Prestinni, who formerly played for the Florida Mutineers and joined the Chicago Huntsmen on Monday, addressed his mental health after some discord during his time with the Mutineers that began in mid-February. His struggles led to his eventual benching with the Mutineers, and, now, a fresh start with the No. 3 team in the Call of Duty League standings and his brother, Alec "Arcitys" Sanderson. The conflict with the Mutineers hit the public eye before the Los Angeles home series on March 7-8, when Prestinni announced he wouldn't be attending the event due to mental health concerns.

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