KOSDFF reveals that he’s been negotiating the sale of Team Kaliber’s Call of Duty team

Team Kaliber's owner had some major news about his organization's CoD roster.

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Team Kaliber owner Justin “KOSDFF” Chandler announced via Twitter that he’s been negotiating with other organizations about selling the Call of Duty roster of Lamar “Accuracy” Abedi, Kenny Williams, Maurice “Fero” Henriquez, and Ian “Enable” Wyatt.

After both Kenny and Fero confirmed they were no longer with Team Kaliber earlier today, KOSDFF took to Twitter to reveal he was proud of the players and said they deserved to “join some of the largest esports orgs there is,” although there’s no official confirmation where any of the players will end up.

Shortly before Fero or KOSDFF’s tweets, Twitter users noticed Accuracy, Fero, and Enable all had removed any mention of Team Kaliber from their respective Twitter bios.

At the final event of the WWII season, the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championship, Team Kaliber finished second after losing in the grand finals to Evil Geniuses. Despite the loss, Team Kaliber proved to be one of the best teams of the entire season with their event wins at CWL Dallas, CWL New Orleans, and Stage Two of the CWL Pro League.

Entering the season, many didn’t expect Team Kaliber to compete for titles immediately. Featuring several youngsters and an aging veteran, it seemed like it would take Team Kaliber a little bit before they could top the best teams in the world. It didn’t take them long at all, though.

In the first event of the season, CWL Dallas in December, Team Kaliber finished the tournament flawlessly, winning every series they played in. The team almost did it again the following month at CWL New Orleans, where they lost one series—the first half of the grand finals against Luminosity—but still prevailed as champions.

After that, Team Kaliber went through a bit of a rough period. They made changes to their roster after falling out of the conversation for titles until they acquired Enable and Fero. Those two brought stability to the roster, something that seemed greatly beneficial near the end of the season when Team Kaliber started competing for titles once again.

Now, there’s seemingly the same uncertainty regarding the future of Team Kaliber’s CoD team as there was in previous offseason periods. KOSDFF seems confident in the future of Team Kaliber, but fans are almost certainly anxious to see what’s next for the popular organization.