Splyce
United Kingdom
Announcing restricted free agency
August 31, 2018
Bance announced Friday he would be entering restricted free agency ahead of the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 season.
ANALYSIS
That now makes three members from Splyce moving on from the team, as MadCat and Joshh both entered free agency earlier this week. Of course there's a possibility Bance could end up sticking on Splyce thanks to his restricted free agency tag, but given the region lock that has forced members of the European scene to stick in their home country seems to be slowly evaporating, there's a realistic possibility Bance could be headed for greener pastures. At least based on his 2018 Call of Duty World Championships, where he finished with a 1.03 KD despite the team's 17th-24th place finish, there's reason to believe Bance could be an extremely productive member on a well-balanced team.
No longer on Splyce
August 27, 2018
Madcat is no longer a part of Splyce, the player confirmed late last week.
ANALYSIS
Madcat cited unhappiness as the primary reason why he'd be stepping away from the organization he had been a part of since 2016. One of the better slayers in the European region when he's on his game, Madcat figures to be in higher demand than his former teammate, Joshh, who also announced he'd be entering free agency that same day.
Let go from Splyce
August 27, 2018
Joshh announced he was released from Splyce.
ANALYSIS
A 17th-24th place finish at the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships capped what was an uneventful and arguably disappointing stint with the organization, as Splyce struggled throughout Stage 2 of the CWL Pro League as well. Given Joshh has now run through both of the top tier European teams - Splyce and Red Reserve - it remains to be seen which organization will be willing to pick up the player. His talent would suggest he'll find a team in short order, but his reputation as an instigator might put a pause on his prospects with another team, particularly since the region as a whole doesn't project to see much roster changes.
Doesn't do much after first round
June 28, 2018
MadCat finished Round 1 well, but failed to reach those heights again in the sweep loss to FaZe Clan on Day 2, Week 3 of Division A of CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
MadCat had a slow start to Round 1 Hardpoint, but he picked it up to be the best player on the map for Splyce in their only competitive loss of the match, 250-231. He went 31/29 (the only positive KD for any Splyce player), and also had 1:11 on the objective. He, and to a lesser extent Bance, were the two biggest reasons why they got even close to a win in this match. His next two rounds were poor, however. He only had two kills in Round 2 Search & Destroy, and went just 13/17 in Round 3 Capture the Flag, both of which were 6-1 losses. He simply could not slay with FaZe Clan at all, as he and Splyce were handled with ease after that first round.
Best round comes in last round
June 28, 2018
Jurd saved his best for last, but Splyce were still swept by FaZe Clan on Day 2, Week 3 of Division A of CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Jurd's best performance came in Round 3 Capture the Flag. They lost the round handily (6-1), but Jurd was rather solid. He led his team in kills (18) and had the only positive KD on Splyce (18/17). He played rather well, but Splyce, as a whole, was thoroughly outslain by FaZe Clan. Round 1 Hardpoint saw him slay poorly (21/30) but have a solid game in terms of objective time (1:22). His slaying really hurt Splyce, since FaZe Clan slayed excellently and it helped swing the map in their favor, but his objective time helped get them to 231 points. They just needed a little more slaying out of him and Joshh. In between those rounds, he put together a poor Round 2 Search & Destroy performance, netting just two kills in the 6-1 loss.
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