Minnesota Rokkr Release GodRx And TTinyy Ahead Of The 2021 Call Of Duty League Season

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Minnesota Rokkr Release GodRx And TTinyy Ahead Of The 2021 Call Of Duty League Season

Minnesota Rokkr become the third team to confirm major roster changes ahead of the 2021 Call of Duty League season.


So far we have seen the Dallas Empire, Toronto Ultra and Seattle Surge officially name roster changes going into the 2021 season where 4v4 competitive play will be returning. Some teams have made major changes with the Seattle Surge and Toronto Ultra both releasing 6 players, while the Dallas Empire have moved on without Clayster but it seems the remaining players will be kept on for the Black Ops Cold War season.

The Minnesota Rokkr took to twitter to announce the release of two players, a starter for the whole season apart from champs in GodRx and one of their subs TTinyy.

Adam “GodRx” Brown

AR, SMG or Sniper, GodRx can do it all. He is an extremely versatile player who began his career in 2014 for the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. GodRx is yet to win a Call of Duty Championship, however he has won many online 2k tournaments. His highest World Championship placement came last year in Black Ops 4 with Emigma 6.

Devin “TTinyy” Robinson

TTinyy started competing in 2017 during the Call of Duty: World War 2 season. He competed under many amateur teams during the last two seasons before joining the Minnesota Rokkr as a sub. This season he played in Challengers events for Rebel Esports and the Virginia Velocity.

The Minnesota Rokkr now have a 5 man squad of Adam “Assault” Garcia, Alex “Alexx” Carpenter, Obaid “Asim” Asim, Kaden “Exceed” Stockdale and Justin “SiLLY” Fargo-Palmer.