Just a week before CWL Fort Worth, UYU has decided to make a change to its Call of Duty roster.
Saul “Parzelion” Masse-Siguenza has been added to UYU’s roster in place of Cesar “Skyz” Bueno, who has become a free agent, the organization revealed via Twitter. Parzelion played for Midnight Esports in the first seven matches of the CWL Pro League, where they went 5-2.
UYU didn’t have the same amount of success that Midnight did, but they will attempt to improve their 3-4 record with Parzelion on the team now. But first, the team will play in the CWL Fort Worth event, a tournament in which UYU starts in Pool A.
In that pool, they’ll have to compete against Denial Esports, Team Heretics, and Gen.G, the latter of which made a roster change Wednesday in benching Michael “SpaceLy” Schmale. With the favorite in Gen.G debuting a new player as well, UYU may be able to surprise their opponents and come out on top of the group.
UYU was the first team to make a roster change in the CWL Pro League last month when it replaced Tristan “Spoof” Green with Anthony “Methodz” Zinni prior to the season starting. The move was received very negatively, with fans saying Spoof earned a spot in the league while Methodz, who failed to qualify with G2 Esports, did not.
Regardless of UYU’s past, Parzelion will make his UYU debut at CWL Fort Worth when the event begins on March 15, when they’ll be competing for $250,000.