Toronto Ultra enter the challengers scene, fielding rosters in NA and EU.
The Call of Duty League Challengers division gives amateur players a great opportunity to show their skill; and get their name out there. Recognized as the official path to pro for amateur players, teams go head to head in online tournaments, looking to get their name on the map. With North America and Europe being the two main regions, Ultra will now field teams in both of these.
Ultra Academy NA & EU
“OverActive Media is committed to winning and we win by developing great players. Our partnership with Team Singularity allows us to continue to build competitive teams by accessing some of the best talent available,” said Adam Adamou, Chief Strategy Officer, OverActive Media.
“As an organization with roots in Canada and Europe, supporting Call of Duty’s path to pro system with teams in both markets is an important step for us and for the Challengers ecosystem.”
— Toronto Ultra (@TorontoUltra) February 25, 2022
Ultra Academy Rosters
Toronto Ultra Academy NA's roster; Charlie “Hicksy” Hitch (Ultra’s current substitute), Thomas “Scrappy” Ernst, Mohak “MohaK” Kumar and Javier “Vikul” Milagro Caro.
Toronto Ultra Academy EU; Joshua “Joshh” Sheppard (Coach), Stephen “Vortex” Rae Allan, Liam “Furiious” Osborne, Ben “Beans” McMellon and Harry “Harry” William Payne.
The Call of Duty Challengers scene returns this Saturday, February 26.