Phillip Miner | CoD Writer

Phillip Miner | CoD Writer

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Call of Duty: More Rostermania! Roster Changes Ahead of CWL London

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Rostermania is back again, and no less than three teams have confirmed roster moves of their Call of Duty squads ahead of CWL London happening on May 3. Team Envy, 100 Thieves, and the Evil Geniuses are among the organizations in Call of Duty that have announced roster changes. Below we’re listing all the officially confirmed roster moves by these three organizations.

Team Envy

Former Team Envy member Jacob “Decemate” Cato, who was part of the Team Envy squad during the Call of Duty: WWII season, is now back on the squad after being a free agent. Also coming to Team Envy is Maurice “Fero” Henriquez, formerly of 100 Thieves. Unfortunately, one casualty of these roster moves is Adam “Assault” Garcia, who is now a restricted free agent.

Evil Geniuses

The Evil Geniuses have brought on Bryan “Apathy” Zhelyazkov, traded to them from Team Envy. During the WWII season, Apathy was part of Evil Geniuses, who won the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships, so we’ll all be watching to see if Apathy can bring back some of the WWII magic EG had during that season. The new EG roster now consists of:

– Bryan “Apathy” Zhelyazkov

– Jevon “Goonjar” Gooljar-Lim

Tyler “FeLo” Johnson

John “Xotic” Bruno

– Dillon “Attach” Price

This means that Matthew “Royalty” Faithfull is not on an official squad going into CWL London.

100 Thieves

As mentioned earlier, Fero is no longer part of 100 Thieves and is now on Team Envy instead. This leaves 100 Thieves currently without an official substitute, but on the Call of Duty Esports Gamepedia, James Crowder, 100 Thieves’ current coach, is now listed as their substitute player.


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