A Call of Duty veteran has found a home for the next major CoD World League LAN event.
Kenneth Dedo will be teaming with Patryk “Rallied” Salata, Layne “Hugs” Holmes, and Joseph “Destiny” DeLillo under Reign at the CWL New Orleans Open, the organization announced earlier today.
Dedo began his professional career in 2011 and played for several notable teams before taking a break last year during Infinite Warfare. The 23-year-old slayer most recently competed alongside Rallied on eRa Eternity at the CWL Dallas Open on Dec. 10. But after a disappointing top 64 placing, the team was released from eRa on Dec. 29.
Dedo’s lineup will represent Reign—formerly known as Projekt Evil—at the next LAN event for Call of Duty: WWII. This will be the organization’s first Call of Duty lineup since its recent rebranding.
As Projekt Evil, the organization competed at several major tournaments in Infinite Warfare, including the 2017 Call of Duty World League Championship. Projekt Evil also won UMG Orlando 2017—a relatively small $10,000 LAN event last May—with a lineup led by Hugs.
Reign’s new lineup will have to fight through one of the toughest open brackets in Call of Duty history when the CWL New Orleans Open kicks off on Jan. 12.