After benching him for Pandur, Enable returns to the starting line up ahead of Seattle’s home series event.
A highly questioned roster change which saw Casey ‘Pandur’ Romano come in for Ian ‘Enable’ Wyatt made many turn their heads, even us. We took a deep dive into the situation previously and whether Enable should've been on that starting roster all along. Pandur had a disappointing performance at the Chicago home series, while the Seattle Surge still has only managed to beat one team this season. By all accounts, it's the worst in the league. As a result, it prompted talks of Enable returning to the starting roster.
On May 12th Enable marked his return in a Michael Jordan style tweet, simply stating. “I’m Back”.
Many of his fellow pro players were glad to see him back, with New York’s ZooMaa asking “What took so long.” It will be exciting to see Enable back competing in the Call of Duty League. Seattle returns to action at their own home series on the 22nd - 24th of May. Their first game is against the New York Subliners, the Semi-Finalists of the previous event, who took FaZe to a map five. This will undoubtedly be a tough game, but one where they can really make a statement.
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