Team Reciprocity has called upon Dylan Henderson to replace Denholm “Denz” Taylor on its Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 roster.
Although the organization didn’t make it clear whether this is a permanent move, Reciprocity announced today that Dylan has at least joined its ranks for CWL Fort Worth starting March 15.
The Call of Duty World League opened up the first roster movement period of the Black Ops 4 season on March 1, allowing teams from the CWL Pro League to start initiating changes until March 8.
The Northern Irish player, who’s only 19 years old, made a name for himself in the Call of Duty scene in 2018. After earning a top six placing at CWL Las Vegas in December 2018 on Team Sween, Dylan and his teammates marginally failed to reach the CWL Pro League at the qualifier in January.
Denz boarded Reciprocity in October 2018, departing his long-term team Mindfreak in favor of playing with a European roster. With his presumed benching in the CWL Pro League following CWL Fort Worth, there are no longer any active competitors from the APAC region on the 16 professional teams. The official announcement does make it known that Denz will stay with the organization “for the future,” however.
Dylan appears as if he’s ready to go, explaining that he “can’t wait to start grinding” in response to the announcement.
Reciprocity’s revamped roster won’t have an easy time in Fort Worth later this month, though. Dylan and crew are in Pool D, where they’ll have to face off against eUnited, OpTic Gaming, and Team Envy in the group stage.