| Tags: Call of Duty
| Author Charlie Cater
Call of Duty: Los Angeles Guerrillas Resign Vivid; Release the Remaining Players
The Los Angeles Guerrillas become the second team to drop all but one of their Call of Duty League players going into the 2021 season
Following the announcement of roster changes from Dallas Empire, Toronto Ultra, Seattle Surge and Minnesota Rokkr, the Los Angeles Guerrillas become the fifth team to make a roster change and the second to release the whole roster apart from one player.
In a Twitter video, the Guerrillas said thank you to the team and showed some of their best clips from this season.
Today, we part ways with some of our players. @Blazt, @itsSpart, @SaintsNato, @UAquaa, @Lacefield, @Decemate, thank you for your time and hard work. pic.twitter.com/seMzE2FgOk
— Los Angeles Guerrillas (@LAGuerrillas) September 7, 2020
Ulysess “AquA” Silva
AquA has been a Call of Duty competitor since 2015 during the Advanced Warfare season. While AquA is yet to win a Call of Duty World Championship, he came 2nd in 2015, 3rd in 2016 and 4th in 2017 under three different teams.
Rasim “Blazt” Ogresevic
Blazt started his Call of Duty career in 2017 during the World War 2 season. While he hasn’t had an overly successful career, he was one of the best AR’s in Modern Warfare this year and put up some amazing stats for a team which came last.
Jacob “Decemate” Cato
Decemate began competing in 2017 during Call of Duty: World War 2. He has played under many reputable names including Enigma 6, Envy and G2 Esports before joining the Los Angeles Guerrillas for the 2020 season. His highest CWL placing came last year at CWL London where he placed 4th with Team Envy.
Renato “Saints” Forza
Saints is a Call of Duty vetran who started competing in 2012 during the Black Ops 2 season. However, Saints is yet to win a Call of Duty World Championship and only holds one Championship title from CWL Anaheim in the 2017 Infinite Warfare season.
Andres “Lacefield” Lacefield
Lacefield began his career in 2015 during Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and has played under many big-name organizations such as Cloud9, CompLexity and Evil Geniuses. His highest CWL placement comes during Infinite Warfare where he came second place at CWL Las Vegas under Cloud9.
Kris “Spart” Cervantez
Spart started his Call of Duty career last year during Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. He was a sub for the majority of the 2020 season and placed 7-8th at the Challengers Championships.
The Los Angeles Guerrillas will now rebuild their squad around Reece “Vivid” Drost and Assistant Coach Richard “Ricky” Stacy going into the 2021 season.