Chiefs eSports Club
Joins Chiefs Esports Club
February 26, 2017
Eminence has joined Chiefs eSports Club, the organization announced on Saturday.
While the move was announced on Saturday, Eminence was long rumored to be heading towards Chiefs eSports Club during the leadup to CWL Sydney. With just one team from the ANZ region qualifying for the Call of Duty World League, multiple teams have made moves in order to better their Pro Points Standings before the cut off date. As a result, Eminence and the rest of Chiefs eSports Club will likely need to place exceptionally well at CWL Sydney, and potentially CWL Dallas, if they hope to have any shot at qualifying for the major LAN league.
Joins Prodigy after being let go from Chiefs
February 22, 2017
Hopey has been released from Chiefs eSports Club, the organization announced on Tuesday.
One of the founding members of Chiefs back when the organization started in 2016, Hopey was the captain of the ANZ team that qualified for last year's Call of Duty World Championship. While it's not necessarily clear why the team wanted to move on from their longtime captain, Hopey wasn't in the free-agency pool for long, joining Guydra, Killerpie, and Skrzm on Prodigy. The team is expected to compete at CWL Sydney.
Joins Chiefs eSports Club
February 8, 2017
Jake has joined Chiefs eSports Club and the team will compete at MLG Atlanta, the organization announced on Tuesday.
A relatively new name to the competitive Call of Duty scene after spending time in competitive Halo, Fate joins a Chiefs eSports Club that recently lost Excite to rival Mindfreak. Fate and the rest of Chiefs eSports Club is expected to compete at MLG Atlanta, but they'll be faced with the unenviable task of climbing through the open bracket in order to earn their spot in pool play.
Signs on with Chiefs eSports Club
November 11, 2016
Excite has signed on with Chiefs eSports Club, the team announced on Wednesday.
Excite had played with Chiefs eSports Club's captain, Hopey, previously in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on their team Skyfire, so a reunion makes sense. Excite was one of the better players on Tainted Minds, one of the clubs to qualify for the Call of Duty World Championship last year, and should bring a layer of experience to a Chiefs team looking to build off their own performance at CoD Champs, where they placed 25th-32nd.
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Disbands following poor performance at CWL Sydney
March 8, 2017
Chiefs have opted to disband following a disappointing finish at CWL Sydney, Mike Kent of Dexerto reports.
One of the better teams in the ANZ region, Chiefs eSports Club has went through a multitude of roster changes since its inception last season. However after a fourth place finish at CWL Sydney all but assured the team would not qualify for the Call of Duty World League Stage 1, the team has opted to drop out of the scene entirely.