Rival
Jack Prendergast 
Australia
Free Agent
Free Agent
Takes leave from competitive CoD
February 20, 2018
Rival will no longer compete in competitive Call of Duty.
ANALYSIS
While the word "retirement" gets thrown around too often in competitive Call of Duty, the lack of CWL sanctioned events in the ANZ region has finally started to sprout potentially serious ramifications, as both Hopey and Rival announced they would be stepping away from the competitive scene. It's unlikely either player truly stays away for the long term, regardless of if any changes are made to the CWL structure in 2019, but these two might only be the beginning for a region that has seen its lone representative at CWL Stage 1 - Mindfreak - struggle to make any sort of noise.
Reunited with Hopey
September 5, 2017
Rival will be teaming with Mindfreak Black to start the competitive Call of Duty season, his new teammate Hopey announced on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
This roster is basically Chiefs Esports Call of Duty roster during the Black Ops III season, except Zepa will be in place of Dean. It's a bit of a surprise to see Mindfreak Black make a roster change given their surprising success at the 2017 Call of Duty World Championships, but internal issues seem to be the main culprit behind the roster moves.
Roster History
Event Placements