Sharp and Neslo’s team join Pure Gaming for Call of Duty: WWII

These veterans will play for a new organization at the start of the upcoming season.

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A new organization has entered the esports scene by signing a Call of Duty roster full of veterans.

Brandon “Sharp” Rodgers, Jeremy “Neslo” Olsen, Tosh “Stainville” McGruder, and Jamal “Whea7s” Lee have joined Pure Gaming, the organization announced earlier today.

Sharp and Neslo are well known for playing together under Team Kaliber at different times between 2013 and 2016. Stainville, on the other hand, plans to compete for the first time in almost three years, while Whea7s is another veteran who has brief experience playing with Stainville in 2014 and Neslo in 2015.

The majority of these players are coming off extended breaks from competing, so many fans are curious to see how they will perform at the first event of the year.

Related: Sharp and Neslo introduce their team heading into Call of Duty: WWII

Pure Gaming will try to prove any doubters wrong at the 2018 CWL Dallas Open, which begins on Dec. 8.