ERa Eternity acquires Most Wanted’s Call of Duty roster

The most successful amateur roster as of late has a new home.

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One of the top contenders for a spot in the second season of the Call of Duty World League Global Pro League now has a new home.

Ethan “FA5TBALLA” Wedgeworth, Christopher “ProFeeZy” Astudillo, Tanner “Mosh” Clark, and Seth “Glory” Donskey will now represent eRa Eternity after briefly playing under Most Wanted, eRa announced last night.

This roster has seen great success recently, winning the last two North American 2K tournaments. But the team has been using Preston “Priest” Greiner as a fill-in for Glory, who can’t compete in these tournaments until his 18th birthday on May 21.

Regardless, this recent string of victories bodes well for this lineup’s success moving forward–even if they haven’t been able to compete with their complete team-of-four.

Though Glory has zero pro points because he’s too young to compete, eRa still sits in 12th place in the North American pro point standings. Due to FA5TBALLA and ProFeeZy’s past success with Pnda Gaming earlier this year, eRa currently has roughly 60,000 pro points.

This puts them in third for non-CWL GPL teams from North America, behind Christopher “Parasite” Duarte’s team and Jonathan “SinfuL” Baez’s new Allegiance squad.

All the teams that aren’t currently in the CWL Global Pro League will have a chance to earn a spot in the second season through the relegation tournament on June 15. In order to qualify for the relegation tournament, eRa will need to place in the top two in the North American online qualifier on June 3.

If this lineup continues to perform like it has over the past two weekends, eRa could be in a good position to make it into the second season of the CWL GPL.