French esports organization Millenium has bought the Call of Duty roster of Team Infused.
The move comes just two days after releasing their former roster. Consisting of Mark “MarkyB” Bryceland, Tom “Moose” Handley, Nick Nolson, and Adam “Peatie” Peate, the new Millenium will be competing at this weekend’s Call of Duty World League event in Dallas, TX.
The roster will compete in Pool B of the CWL Dallas Open against eUnited, Cloud9, Mindfreak, and an open bracket team in round robin play.
With their former roster, Millenium sat in the 20th spot in the European pro points standings with less than 20,000 points. They now comfortably hold second with nearly 90,000 total points.
The former Infused lineup has performed rather well in offline tournaments in the Infinite Warfare season, placing 13th at CWL Las Vegas, 4th at CWL London, 5th at CWL Atlanta, and 4th at CWL Paris. In addition to their LAN play, the Brits have done well online, finishing within the top eight in each MLG 2000 Series tournament thus far this season.
Instead of a statement on the move, Millenium team and talents manager Samy Mazouzi, provided Dot Esports with a quote from American Catholic archbishop Fulton J. Sheen:
“Patience is power.
Patience is not an absence of action;
rather it is ‘timing’
it waits on the right time to act,
for the right principles
and in the right way.”
Only time will tell if Mazouzi’s patience will pay off.