Jan 9 2014 - 8:38 pm

Post-UMG Philly Roster Change Recap: Part 2

Roster changes continued to appear after an initial hectic day filled with announcements, with teams preparing for the Call of Duty Championships later this year.
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Roster changes continued to appear after an initial hectic day filled with announcements, with teams preparing for the Call of Duty Championships later this year. Issues such as age have forced teams to readjust, while other players have made personal switches to shake up the competition.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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