Rick Fox’s Echo Fox esports brand entered Call of Duty in May with a Challenge Division roster consisting of Jeremy “Neslo” Olsen, Jordan “ProoFy” Cannon, Jonathan “Sinful” Baez, and Josh “Cyborg” Kimp. The team’s best performance came at their first event, MLG Anaheim, where they placed 13-16th. Echo Fox’s placing at MLG Orlando was significantly lower and followed with the team failing to qualify for the 2016 Call of Duty World League Championship.
Today, team captain Neslo shared the news that Echo Fox would not be attending UMG Orlando, the last big event on the Call of Duty Black Ops III calendar. This also comes with the announcement that Neslo is the sole remaining player on the Echo Fox roster.
Neslo stated, “When the new Call of Duty comes out, or right before, rosters are going to be shaken up and roster-mania will commence… I will make sure Echo Fox will be a contending team throughout the entirety of IW which has been my main focus since failing to qualify for COD XP.”
Neslo also called Echo Fox the best organization he has ever been with. He has been working hard to build his streaming presence under the brand. Previous to Echo Fox, Neslo spent a lot of time with Team Kaliber.
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Josh Billy is a long time Call of Duty fan and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @Orbit_CH3MISTRY.