The Mutineers will play the remainder of their matches from home.
The Call of Duty League has been fairly lucky during the COVID-19 pandemic, with just a handful of cases among the players and staff over the last year. However, the most recent case comes in the Florida Mutineers, with what seems to be their entire team catching the virus.
What does this mean for the Mutineers?
The Florida Mutineers will now be quarantined as they play the remainder of their Major 3 Qualifying matches from home until they test negative. With just one match left of this week's qualifiers, it could be worse for Florida. However, with it being an extremely important game against Minnesota ROKKR when it comes down to qualifying for Champs, this could be crucial for their season.
Our team has tested positive for COVID-19 and will be playing todays match from home. The players will remain quarantined until testing negative ❤️#FearTheDeep
— Mutineers (@Mutineers) May 21, 2022
In the final week of Major 3 qualifiers, Florida takes on both Seattle Surge and Boston Breach as they look to qualify with a high seed for the Major in Toronto. We hope that the Mutineers team recovers quickly, with Major 3 kicking off in just 12 days in the heart of Toronto.