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Released from Millenium
October 11, 2017
QwiKeR has been released from Millenium and will be teaming with ShAnE, Alexx and Desire to start the new competitive season.
ANALYSIS
Millenium failed to make it out of the group stages of the 2017 Call of Duty World Championships, finishing in 17-24th place. As a result, the team opted to make a move, releasing QwiKeR only for the slayer to fall into a potentially better situation with his new roster. While the new roster likely won't make much waves on the international level, they should have enough talent on the roster to earn a spot in the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships, provided the structure remains the same from past years.
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New team set for 2018
October 11, 2017
ShAnE will be teaming with Qwiker, Desire and Alexx, his teammate confirmed via Twitter.
ANALYSIS
ShAnE is perhaps the most notable name of the bunch, having taken part in every Call of Duty World Championships since its inception. He'll join a team full of players who have competed on the big stage in the past, including Desire, who finished in fourth place at the 2016 Call of Duty World Championships.
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Teaming with Mosh and company
October 11, 2017
Happy will be teaming with Diabolic, Mosh and Remy, his new teammate announced on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
Happy didn't wait long to find a new home after getting dropped from Team Kaliber, slotting in alongside Mosh, Diabolic and Remy. It'll be interesting to see whether this team can make enough noise to qualify for the Call of Duty Global Pro League, as the team has enough mix of talent to surprise some people who may overlook them.
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Not teaming with Diabolic and company
October 11, 2017
Ivy will not be teaming with Diabolic, Remy and Mosh, a roster that was announced last week.
ANALYSIS
Instead, the roster will opt to replace Ivy with Happy, formerly of Team Kaliber. Given Ivy's lack of success in 2017, in which he failed to catch on with a team that would even qualify for the 2017 World Championships, it makes some sense why the roster would instead bring on Happy. It's not a given that Ivy will find his way onto a mainstream roster to begin the new competitive season.
Remaining on Projekt Evil
October 11, 2017
Beehzy will remain on Projekt Evil after it was initially announced he would be replaced by TcM, teammate Glory relayed on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
The roster reversal was apparently thanks to the team's lack of cohesion with since fired coach, Fenix, who had previous altercations with 2017 surprise standout roster, Enigma6. It's likely a good move, given the lack of a main assault rifle slayer on the team if TcM were to have joined the roster.
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Teaming with Cyclone
October 7, 2017
DraMa will be teaming with FA5TBALLA, TuQuick, and Prophet on Cyclone, the organization announced on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
The addition of DraMa bounces out xJsano, who didn't even make it two months before getting sent back to free agency. DraMa has certainly lived up to his namesake in recent years, so it's hard to expect continual team chemistry throughout the new competitive season. But there's no questioning his slaying capabilities, and alongside both FA5TBALLA and Prophet, two decent slayers in their own right, should be able to put up relatively decent numbers.
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Teaming with Xotic and Proto
October 7, 2017
Royalty will be teaming with Xotic and Proto to begin the Call of Duty: World War II season.
ANALYSIS
Royalty also mentions the team has a fourth player already lined up but is unable to announce the complete roster at this time. Regardless, it's a promising lineup on its surface, with Royalty leaving the 2017 Call of Duty World Championships as one of the biggest risers in the scene. While much of that perceived improvement could evaporate with the franchise transitioning back to boots-on-the-ground movement system, there are enough pro level players, in the form of Proto and Xotic, that this lineup brings layers of intrigue to the table. Where they stand with a handful of amateur level teams remains to be seen, but it wouldn't be a surprise to see this group make a running at an open bracket tournament in the near future.
Comples eRa Eternity roster
October 7, 2017
Fears is expected to join eRa, the organization announced earlier in the week.
ANALYSIS
It's another interesting roster choice for an organization, that until recently, had yet to strike gold in terms of acquiring amateur talent. However, with a core of Dedo, Havok, and Rallied in the fold, this is a team blessed with both young and experienced talent. Squint hard enough and you can see enough upside with this roster to warrant some skeptical optimism, so long as the team is willing to work for its success. While it's not a name-brand roster currently, there's a chance this version of eRa could end up making similar waves to Enigma6 during Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
Rejoining Projekt Evil
October 7, 2017
Glory will return to Projekt Evil alongside his new teammates, ProFeeZy, Lyric, and Beehzy.
ANALYSIS
What doesn't kill you makes you stronger; or at least that'll be the hope for this new version of Projekt Evil, which largely stayed the same after a disappointing showing at the 2017 Call of Duty World Championships.
Returns to Projekt Evil
October 7, 2017
ProFeeZy will return to Projekt Evil alongside his new team consisting of Glory, Lyric, and Beehzy.
ANALYSIS
There was some thought ProFeeZy might wind up leaving Projekt Evil, who he teamed with during the 2017 World Championships, but that evidently will not be the case as the new unit has signed on with the organization to start the season. They'll need to get off to a fast start if they hope to qualify for the Call of Duty Global Pro League.
Re-aligning with Projekt Evil
October 5, 2017
Beehzy will be joining Lyric, ProFeeZy and Glory on Projekt Evil, head coach Fenix announced on Wednesday
ANALYSIS
Beehzy bounced around with a variety of amateur teams throughout the 2017 season, including Lethal Gaming, Most Wanted, eRa Gaming, Projekt Evil and Havok eSports. He'll have a chance to make this one stick alongside Lyric, ProFeeZy and Glory on a new edition of Projekt Evil.
Released from Team Kaliber
October 5, 2017
Happy has been released from Team Kaliber, the player announced on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
Given Team Kaliber's lack of success at the 2017 Call of Duty World Championships, in which the team failed to make it out of pool play, a roster move wasn't exactly unexpected. With a handful of quality free agents still available, both Happy and Team Kaliber should have a plethora of options when it comes to finding a new team/teammates.
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Signs on with Methodz and company
October 5, 2017
Mboze has signed on with a new team after announcing his return to competitive play just over a month ago. He'll be teaming with Methodz, StuDy and Nagafen to begin Call of Duty: World War II.
ANALYSIS
On the surface, this lineup could very easily challenge for the second tier of North American teams, particularly if StuDy can return to his Call of Duty: Black Ops III form. But much of the lineup's success rests on what type of player Mboze will be after essentially a two year layoff, having last played competitively during the 2015 season. If Mboze can pick up where he left, not a guarantee given the quality of competition that has joined the competitive scene since he last played, then this lineup has a chance of competing with other North America teams not named OpTic Gaming for a spot among the best in the country.
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Aligns with Methodz and company for new year
October 5, 2017
StuDy will be teaming with Nagafen, Methodz and Mboze to begin the new competitive season.
ANALYSIS
StuDy appears to have adjusted well following his release from Str8 Rippin, as he's set to join a team that at first glance comes with a lot of promise. Much of that depends on if Mboze can return to his former glory, as the OpTic Gaming star last played competitive Call of Duty (consistently) in 2015. Should he and StuDy reach their immense potential, this lineup could very well be in the second-tier of competitive teams in North America.
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Finds new team after previous fallout
October 5, 2017
Nagafen will be teaming with Methodz, Mboze and StuDy to begin the new competitive season.
ANALYSIS
Talk about making lemonade out of lemons! Only a few days after a roster consisting of Methodz, Nagafen and Parasite fell through due to the latter pursuing a "veteran" lineup, Nagafen and company may have fallen into a better spot, with StuDy and Mboze both bringing intriguing aspects to a given roster. Nagafen should provide his usual productive prowess in Search and Destroy, with a potential to be an under-the-radar slayer for this foursome depending on the role he's given come the start of the competitive season.