Post-UMG Philly Roster Change Recap: Part 2
EGIRL SLAYERS BREAK UP
After a surprising performance at UMG Philly, the roster of Revan, Burnsoff, Mochila and Nexxx are no longer together. All four players announced they are free agents and will be looking for a team to represent for the Call of Duty: Ghosts season.
Watch out for Revan, Burns, Mochila and NexXx to find a spot on a top team with the pro points they earned from UMG Philly.
Looks like we aren't sticking together. F/A
— John Boble (@RevanJB) January 8, 2014
CHINO LEAVES JUSTUS
Chino of Team JusTus made the decision to leave his long time teammates Tipsy and Guccii. Chino stated on Twitter, "It's been a really tough decision for me and I really really did not want to do this, but I've decided I will be leaving Justus. I don't want to because I've been teaming with Gucci and Tipsy for a very long time, but I'm not of age for champ and I want them to succeed."
As of now, Chino is listed as a free agent.
DEDO LEAVES FEAR
Dedo announced he won’t be competing with FeaR after Formal’s departure from the roster and will be looking for a new team for future events. This will leave Moho, the captain and a member for over five years, alone to rebuild the team once again.
Officially a F/A for the 2014 season.
— DEDO (@Dedominance) January 8, 2014
FAZE RELEASES METHODZ
Age was another factor that forced Faze to part ways with Methodz, leaving the team to search for a new fourth.
Methodz announced he was a F/A and will be looking for a team to join for 2014.
After UMG, we as a team are now looking ahead to COD Champs & due to it's age restrictions we have decided to release Methodz from the team.
— FaZe Competitive (@FaZeCompetitive) January 8, 2014
STAINVILLE AND WHEA7S LEAVE FUSE
With Fuse already suffering a loss, Historify is now left alone to rebuild the team after Stainville and Whea7s' departure.
Goodluck to tosh awesome person and all round great guy! Just @ or dm me imma build from scratch. I want a team that wants it l.
— Raj Kothari (@Fuse_Historify) January 9, 2014
Epsilon announces two new additions
Rumors had been swirling around for a while about Tommey and his future at Vitality, but his announcement to join Epsilon was not expected.
The announcement of Flux to add on top was overwhelming. Flux being a former TCM player meant that he and MadCat had inadvertently switched teams and have developed a stronger rivalry between each other. With the two top European teams with full rosters, only time will tell if it will stick.
Epsilon Ghost Team introduces new line up ! http://t.co/FTK2nKsqvp pic.twitter.com/L1XdInr9tX
— Epsilon eSports (@Epsilon_eSports) January 8, 2014
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