Most Wanted Announces Hiatus from Call of Duty
Most Wanted has announced that the organization will be taking a temporary break from competing in the Call of Duty scene.
Alex Arteaga, the Owner and CEO of Most Wanted, made the announcement from his Twitter and retweeted the statement on the organization’s twitter. When asked to comment on the organization’s decision, Arteaga declined.
No more MWCoD, maybe in the future we will come back to CoD. But for now this is Goodbye— Alex Arteaga (@MW_Aleex) November 10, 2016
With this change, Anthony “Methodz” Zinni, Teegan “TcM” McCarthy, and Tanner “Mosh” Clark are left to begin the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare competitive cycle as free agents. Notably, Methodz and TcM helped lead their organization to a 17th-24th placing at the recent 2016 Call of Duty Championship alongside Eric “TwiZz” Servello and Mike "Blfire" Glushenok. These new free agents could potentially rile up the “Rostermania” pool, as MLG Vegas (the first event of Infinite Warfare) approaches.
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