Rallied joins Dedo and Havok on eRa Eternity for Call of Duty: WWII

The third player to join this organization has been revealed.

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ERa Eternity has revealed another player joining its Call of Duty: WWII team for the upcoming season.

Patryk “Rallied” Salata will compete alongside Kenneth Dedo and Colt “Havok” McLendon on eRa Eternity, the organization announced earlier today.

ERa has slowly been piecing together this rosterDedo joined the organization on Sept. 14 and Havok followed suit four days later on Sept. 18.

Rallied is most well-known for streaming online competitive Call of Duty tournaments, and he’ll look to join the professional scene in WWII later this year.

Related: Havok joins Dedo on eRa Eternity for Call of Duty: WWII

Alex Arteaga and CJ Kornhaus, the co-owners of eRa Eternity, are elated about Rallied joining their organization for WWII.

“We are extremely excited for Rallied to be a part of the team,” Arteaga and Kornhaus said in a joint statement to Dot Esports. “He has received large amounts of support from multiple pro players in the community. We know he will be the breakout player that everyone is looking for in the upcoming season. He is going to do great things.”

Only one spot remains on eRa Eternity’s roster for the upcoming season—and Call of Duty fans will be anxiously waiting to find out who the team’s fourth will be.