A popular Call of Duty World League analyst has revealed that he’s “not needed” at the first two major open LAN events for Call of Duty: WWII.
“I’ve been told I’m not needed at CWL Dallas and NOLA as an analyst,” TeePee said. “With that being said, I am now pursuing other opportunities. If any pro teams/orgs are looking for a coach/manager/content provider for the CoD WWII season, please reach out. Shocked, but time to move on.”
TeePee contemplated coming out of retirement for Call of Duty: WWII, but on Sept. 10, he announced that he wouldn’t compete this year.
“If I feel it’s appropriate, I will explain how negotiations actually went down with all of this, but for now, I’m going to leave it be,” TeePee said.
“We would have loved to have you, but [we] had to move to finalize [the] talent list and couldn’t wait any longer,” Apicella said. “[We’d] love to have you back in the future.”
TeePee was an extremely intelligent player during his professional career, so Call of Duty fans weren’t surprised to see him be a natural fit for the CWL analyst desk. Now, many fans are left wondering for the future holds for this former world champion.