MLG Pro League S3 Standings – ESR Update

The MLG Pro League has not gone as expected in its third season after the success of season 1 and 2. With online issues including booting and time constraints causing problem, no one has really any idea of what is going on and who is placed where. With this third and final season finishing with a playoff with all 12 teams in Columbus, Ohio, later this month, MLG show the eSports Report (or ESR) have released the current standings.

The screenshots from the show below show eLevate in first, OpTic in second and FaZe in third whilst at the bottom we have Orbit, Denial and Rise Nation. With no relegation or prize money given out based on the standings, we will only be bringing you a report at the end of the season after this news post. Check out the current standings below.

Credit to Twitter @CoDeSportspedia for the screenshots.

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4 New Teams Qualify for the ACL Pro League Season 2

It’s all gone a bit wrong down in Australia and New Zealand at the moment with teams and players either retiring or announcing they will only be playing Black Ops 3. It comes as no surprise then that we see 4 new teams qualifying for the ACL Pro League Season 2 after last Friday’s qualifier, with all 4 of the relegated teams not showing up due to splitting.


The four teams who’ve ended up qualifying are Team 4Nothing, Citadel Gaming, BitterSweet GG and True Ambition. The new season kicks off on September 10th and will run through to October 10th before an online playoffs on October 11th. For more information click HERE to visit the ACL Pro website.

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Gfinity Season 2 – Final Placements + Weekend Results

After a weekend at the Gfinity Arena, Season 2 of the Gfinity EU Pro League has drawn to a close. The 8 elite European teams have only been playing online for just under 4 weeks in this action packed season that’s seen everything from upsets, whitewashes (poor IGI) to players being banned for Tweeting homophobic comments.

In the end the Anglo-French squad of Millenium walked away with the title of champions whilst Season 1 champions Vitality came in second. There was plenty of upsets this weekend too with VwS walking away with third whilst the Spanish of Spirit Gaming coming in fourth. Infused and Epsilon will be scratching their heads how they didn’t place in the money whilst we say goodbye to the French of HyperGames Team and IGI eSports, if we do end up seeing a Season 3.

Check out the final results from the weekend along with the final placements below. Let us know what you think of Season 2 by Tweeting us @Dexerto.

Saturday Results

Home Team vs Away Team
IGI IGI eSports 3-3 300px-Spiritlogo Spirit Gaming
Infused1-300x300 Team Infused 2-4  VwS Gaming
Vitality logo Vitality.Storm 0-6 Logo millenium Millenium.COD
HyperGames HyperGames Team 2-4 epsilon Epsilon.EU
Infused1-300x300 Team Infused  2-4 Logo millenium Millenium.COD
Vitality logo Vitality.Storm  5-1 epsilon Epsilon.EU

Sunday Results

Home Team vs Away Team
HyperGames HyperGames Team 2-4 300px-Spiritlogo Spirit Gaming
IGI IGI eSports 1-5  VwS Gaming
 epsilon Epsilon.EU 2-4 300px-Spiritlogo Spirit Gaming
Infused1-300x300 Team Infused 2-4 Vitality logo Vitality.Storm
HyperGames HyperGames Team  1-5  VwS Gaming
IGI IGI eSports  0-6 Logo millenium Millenium.COD

Final League Placements

Position Equipe Wins Draws Defeats Maps (+) Maps (-) +/- Points
1st  Logo millenium Millenium.COD 6 1 0 35 7 28 19
2nd Vitality logo Vitality.Storm 5 0 2 26 16 10 15
3rd  VwS Gaming 5 0 2 25 17 8 15
4th 300px-SpiritlogoSpirit Gaming 3 2 2 21 21 0 11
5th Infused1-300x300 Team Infused 3 1 3 23 19 4 10
6th epsilon Epsilon EU 2 1 4 20 22 -2 7
7th (R) HyperGames HyperGames 1 0 6 14 28 -14 3
8th (R) IGI IGI eSports 0 1 6 4 38 -34 1


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Insomnia 55 Final Placements

As we approach the final stages of the Insmonia 55 Call of Duty tournament, we’re rounded up the current final placements.


1. Barrage eSports (£2,000)
2. XGN (£1,000)
3. Eye4eye eSports (£650)
4. Rift Gaming (£350)
5th/6th. Hostile UK
5th/6th. Evazion COD
7th/8th. Voooms Army
7th/8th. Aerox eSports
9th-12th. Bulldog eSports
9th-12th. Nerve Gaming
9th-12th. Vague eSports
9th-12th. 1 Ping Warriors
13th-16th. Enraged Black
13th-16th. Aeolus White
13th-16th. Banter
13th-16th. XGN White
17th-24th. Azure eSports
17th-24th. Riot Gaming
17th-24th. Odin eSports
17th-24th. Strive Gaming
17th-24th. Steel Black
17th-24th. Steel Blue
17th-24th. Perplex Nation
17th-24th. Vivify EU
25th-32nd. Strive Nation
25th-32nd. uFrag
25th-32nd. Valiant Empire
25th-32nd. Team ProVision
25th-32nd. Excise.Youth
25th-32nd. Bulldog Nation
25th-32nd. Asian Conspiracy
25th-32nd. Quantum.COD
33rd-37th. Excise eSports
33rd-37th. NoMercy eSports
33rd-37th. Omni eSports Owners
33rd-37th. UWantSum
33rd-37th. Eruption

Insomnia 55 – Day 2

Gfinity Pro League Season 2 Finals – Day 1 Summary

It was an eventful first day of the Gfinity Pro League finals, as we saw upsets and clean sweeps, nail biters and blowouts, and results that have already begun to shape the final standings. Here’s a look at how day one went down.

It was a battle for survival to kick off the day, as Spirit Gaming and IGI Esports fought to maintain their place in the league. IGI entered off the back of an abysmal 0-24 map record in the online portion of the league, admittedly with multiple team issues as mitigating factors. Meanwhile, Spirit Gaming had claimed their sole victory over Vitality, who had suffered from internet issues and were forced to play with player deficits, and had also managed a draw against Infused. As a result, it was Spirit who entered as the favourites but IGI who had the most to play for, as yet another loss could all but guarantee their relegation. It was Spirit who struck first, taking a close but reasonably comfortable Detroit Hardpoint. IGI returned the favour on Solar Hardpoint, claiming their first map win of the season, and from there the teams traded maps, going back and forth to end at 3-3. From here, Spirit sit on the edge of safety, their fate to be determined by tomorrow’s matches, while IGI’s position in the league looks more precarious than ever. From here, survival for them would take nothing short of a miracle.

IGI Captain, Sowerz, was relieved to see his team notch their first league point

The second match up of the day saw a heavy favourite in the form of Infused, picked by all of the casters to take the series and touted by many as a favourite to win the league. Their opponent would be VwS, a solid roster but who had yet to truly break into the upper echelons of EU Call of Duty. Surely then, this would be a simple affair for the veterans. As it were, VwS had other ideas, making a statement with a dominant first map on Detroit Hardpoint. Infused answered back with a narrow victory on Comeback Uplink, but it was a hard-fought win. Infused seemed to be fully back in control after a 6-2 Riot SND, but it was here that VwS came alive, closing out the series with three consecutive wins for the 4-2 upset victory. With that loss went most of Infused’s title aspirations, while VwS went from middle of the pack to a potential contender for second or third, depending on later results.

Third up came the expected highlight of the day, a pivotal moment in the fight for first place, Millenium vs Vitality. With Millenium playing with a stand-in (Reedy in place of Rated), and Vitality not long having made a significant roster move, it was a tough call as to who might come out on top. What nobody expected was the utter dominance that Millenium would display, crushing in respawn maps and clutching up in two round 11s to win the SNDs as well, taking a 6-0 victory. With that win, they all but secure themselves the title, while Vitality are left looking for a second place finish at best.

Gotaga began his venture with 3 UK teammates with a 6-0 thrashing of Vitality

Epsilon’s first match of the weekend would be up next, facing the last remaining (for now) French line-up in the Gfinity Pro League in HyperGames. Following a disappointing online portion of the league for the veterans of Epsilon, they sat not far from facing relegation going into this series, as did HyperGames. Though Epsilon were picked to win by most, a scrappy game was predicted and a scrappy game it was. HyperGames were the first to score a map, winning a narrow 222-206 Detroit Hardpoint. Epsilon responded with a slightly more convincing 203-166 on Solar, and from there proceeded to win three more consecutively, by a 2 and 1 point margin respectively on Comeback and Bio Lab Uplink, and a 6-4 Riot SND. HyperGames were able to respond with a 6-4 Skyrise SND, but the damage was done and Epsilon took the series 4-2.

Second to last series of the day, and by this point the most significant, was Millenium versus Infused. Following Millenium’s dominance over Vitality, and Infused’s lacklustre performance against VwS, Millenium found that not only would a win secure them the championship, but they were the heavy favourites to do so. They played like it too, cruising through a Retreat Hardpoint and Detroit Uplink to take a 2-0 series lead. Infused did manage to score a victory on Detroit SND, 6-2, but then it was back to respawn game modes where Millenium were untouchable. Another comfortable Uplink (Comeback) and Hardpoint (Compound) secured them the series and the championship – deservedly so, as the form they’ve displayed today far outclassed any rivals. Infused were able to score a potentially important map win on Bio Lab SND, but by that point the tournament was all but over for Millenium. Congratulations to the Gfinity Pro League Season 2 champions.

One of the weekend favourites, Infused underwhelmed against VwS

The final match of the night would be Epsilon vs Vitality. While Epsilon were by this point more secure in avoiding relegation, the match would still be important for both teams as they battled for placement. It was Vitality who started the series strong, taking Compound Hardpoint and Comeback Uplink to open up 2-0. A server crash forced a restart in map 3, Retreat Hardpoint, but again it was Vitality who came out on top. Vitality clutched up to take a series victory with a round 11 win on map 4, Bio Lab SnD, taking another step towards a top 2 finish. Epsilon were ultimately able to take a consolation map on Detroit Uplink, rounding out the series at 5-1 to Vitality.

The champions may be decided, but there’s still a lot to play for tomorrow, with places to be gained and relegation to be avoided. All the action will be available from 10am GMT on

LIVE: Gfinity Season 2 Finals Day 1

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Gfinity Season 2 Finals Schedule

The second season of the Gfinity Pro League concludes with the final three games for each team this weekend. With Millenium and Infused vying for first place, Epsilon looking to make up for an underwhelming start online, and the lower teams battling to stay in the league, these final matches will be crucial for all involved.

Vitality, Epsilon, Millenium and Infused will go head to head on day one, in games that promise to be both exciting and pivotal to the final standings. Here’s a look at today’s schedule, and all the action can be caught on


North America Latest – RosterMania 28th August

With UMG Washington DC coming up fast, we are seeing a lot of team changes from the North American teams outside of the Pro League as they attempt to get the best possible line up for the 144 team event held out of the capital of the US of A.

Update 28th August

U4X U4X Announce DC Roster

After it didn’t work out with 3Sup, the new duo of Pacman and Goonjar went on the hunt for a new organisation. They have now joined Euphoric eSports, or U4X eSports as they seem to now be known as. The U4X roster will also include Ivy and Cells. They will be competing at UMG DC in just under two weeks time.

us Pacman
ca Goonjar
us Cells
us Ivy

Update 26th August

3Sup Small3Sup Drop Pacman and Goonjar

A new logo and a couple of seasoned Pro’s still couldn’t bring any luck to organisation 3Sup at the weekend as they were knocked out of MES Detroit in 17th to 24th position, despite having the number 7 seed. The outcome has been Pacman and Goonjar leaving the team, although it’s currently unclear whether that is because they were pushed or left. The hunt for a stable 3Sup roster continues.

us Califa
us Strife
us Miyagi

Update 19th August

Tcm Moose Leaves TCM Gaming

After playing with TCM for around 2 years, and being part of the big plan to move to the US, it has been announced that Moose has left TCM Gaming. He posted a Twitlonger detailing that due to having a bit of a stressful time in the team, that he would be leaving and flying back to the UK to compete in Europe again. Reports that the American duo of Aches and Teep not getting on well with Moose could have well been a factor in his decision to finally leave.

us Aches
us Teep
uk Jurd

Update 17th August

 XGN Welcome 2

With MES Detroit fast approaching, XGN Competitive needed to find two new players after their team of 3 became 2 as FeaRs reportedly joined TCM in replacement for Moose. Joining Phizzurp and Lacefield is former world champ, Killa, along with Nelson. They will be playing at MES Detroit’s 25k tournament coming up this weekend.

us Phizzurp
us Lacefield
us Killa
us Nelson

Update 14th August

dreamteamWatson Joins Dream Team

You’re not reading that incorrectly, British player Watson has joined the North American squad of Dream Team. As one of the fringe Pro teams in the States, Watson has joined Anticity, Sender and Diabolic in a team house in Florida and will be participating in events including MES, DC and MLG Worlds. We interviewed Watson before he left, click here to read that.

us Sender
us Diabolic
us Anticity
uk Watson

Update 10th August

Juslogo std.pngJusTus Launch New Team

After their team failed to get back into the MLG Pro League after being relegated, Team JusTus and owner ‘Big Snacks’ have been on the lookout for a new roster that fits their criteria. That wait is over for JusTus fans as they announce Assualt, Spacely, Study and Kenny will be representing the team in just under 3 weeks at UMG DC.

us Assault
us Spacely
us Study
us Kenny

3Sup Logo3Sup Recruit 2

They have changed the organisation logo but unfortunately don’t have a PNG of it yet, but 3Sup have also been busy in the transfer market ahead of UMG DC coming up in three weeks time. The notorious Pacman joins with former TK member Goonjar as they join Califa and Miyagi.

us Califa
us Miyagi
us Pacman
ca Goonjar

Update 6th August

E6logo std.pngE6 Find Remaining 2

After losing Parasite to a Pro League team, Proofy and General have been on the lookout for 2 players for a number of weeks. They believe they have found the solution in veteran players Felony and John. They will both represent the E6 brand at UMG DC coming up in a couple of weeks time.

us General
us Proofy
us Felony
us John

Update 5th August

epsilonminiParasite Join Epsilon NA

After British player Swanny left the Epsilon NA team yesterday (read update below), it didn’t take long for the squad to find a new fourth. That player is former World Champion and one of the longest standing veterans in the Call of Duty scene, Parasite. After being dropped from the TK line up and then placing poorly with Enigma6 at UMG Dallas, Parasite has vowed that he’s out to make a difference with a league team. Time will tell if this happens.

epsilonminiEpsilon NA

us Remy
us Nagafen
us Royalty
us Parasite

Update 4th August

epsilonminiSwanny Steps Down from Epsilon NA

After competing with the Epsilon North America squad for a number of months, British player ‘Swanny’ has made the decision to remain in the UK after working as an analyst during the Gfinity Summer Championship. Although there has not been a lot of details released by the player, he’s called it a necessary short term sacrifice in order to keep competing, which roughly translates as US Visa issues. We’ll keep you updated on who Epsilon bring in to fill Swanny’s space for the Pro League.

epsilonminiEpsilon NA

us Remy
us Nagafen
us Royalty

Update 21st July

Rise Nation 200x200orbit1 Rise and Orbit involved in Trade

Yesterday Rise and Orbit announced a two team trade that saw Burnsoff going one way in exchange for TcM going the other. Both players will link up with their new teams for the remainder of the MLG Pro League season, while Burnsoff will join Rise Nation for their Gfinity Summer Championship campaign in just over a weeks time.

Rise Nation 200x200 Rise Nation: us Chino us Whea7s us Apathy us Burnsoff

orbit1 Orbit: us Accuracy us Faccento us Happy us TcM

Update 19th July

dreamteamDream Team add Anticity

Pacman has been officially released from the dT roster, with Anticity linking up with the team to complete the line up.

dreamteam Dream Team: us Sender us Ivyy us Diabolic us Anticity

Update 15th July

  Rise Nation 200x200elevate_200x200 eLevate and Rise Announce Permanent Team Change

Aside from the change below to do with the Gfinity $100,000 Summer Championship, eLevate have also announced a permanent change in the team as former player Teej is brought back in replacement for Apathy who has been dropped from the team. The former Prophecy player has done the opposite and joined Rise in a straight trade.

elevate_200x200 Team eLevate   us Classic us Slacked us Saints us Teej

Rise Nation 200x200 Rise Nation   us Whea7s us Chino us TcM us Apathy

  elevate_200x200 eLevate Announce Gfinity Summer Championship Roster

Please note – This change will only be in effect for the Gfinity Summer Championship at the end of this month in London. Due to age issues with ‘Teej’ and passport problems with ‘Saints’, eLevate have been forced to find 2 players to join ‘Classic’ and ‘Slacked’ for their trip to London at the end of this month to compete in the Gfinity Summer Championship for over $100,000. Stepping up will be Denial players ‘Slasher’ and ‘Replays’ whose team face similar issues attending European events due to ‘Huke’ and ‘Temp’ not making the age cut. Tweet announcement HERE.

elevate_200x200 eLevate Gfinity Summer Championship Roster   us Slacked us Classic us Replays us Slasher

  3Sup LogoMiyagi Joins 3sUP

The 3sUP organisation, owned by everyone’s favourite millionaire, ‘Hilton’, have announced that they will be picking up former SYNGRY Gaming and Rise Nation player ‘Miyagi’. A player who has always tip toed around the edges of the elite, he joins long time 3sUP members Califa and Strife. You can see the announcement by Miyagi on Twitter HERE.

3Sup Logo3sUP Enterprises   us Califa us Strife us Miyagi CAUS ?

Update 14th July

  e62Enigma6 Lose Parasite and MRuiz

After a poor performance at UMG Dallas at the weekend where they placed 13th-16th, ‘Parasite’ has announced he will be leaving the E6 squad in order to pickup for iSolation Empire in the MLG Pro League. It was also announced that MRuiz was to be dropped also, leaving ‘General’ and ‘Proofy’ looking for 2. Whilst the split seems amicable with Parasite, General did have this to say on Twitter, LINK.

e62Enigma6   us General us Proofy CAUS ? CAUS ?

Update 7th July

xgm1XGN Announce UMG Dallas lineup   Despite not having a season 3 spot, the XGN organisation were still able to attract some big names for UMG Dallas as we see a formidable team formed in Goonjar, Killa, Spacely and Studyy. They will be competing this weekend for the $40,000 prize pool on offer as UMG hits Texas once again.

us Killa us Spacely us Study ca Goonjar

Update 6th July

Rise Nation 200x200 Rise Drop Goonjar   It appears Goonjar joining the Rise Nation team, after being dropped by TK, was very much a temporary move in order to make sure they had enough players in time for the roster deadline last week. It was announced on Twitter last night that the organisation would be picking up former JusTus member TcM. Canadian Goonjar now tweeting that he’s a F/A

us Whea7s us Chino us Teej us Goonjar

Update 3rd July

e62Enigma6 get Proofy   Another veteran joins the ranks of Enigma6 as Proofy links up with Parasite as part of the new look E6 line up. Can the introduction of two of the most notable faces in Call of Duty bring success to an E6 lineup that has struggled since UMG Cali?

us General us Ruuiz us Parasite us Proofy

Update 29th June

Tcm TCM Gaming Recruit who?   Basically, Aches and Teep have joined Jurd and Moose. A sentence we never thought we’d write. See the full news announcement HERE.   Tcm TCM Gaming   uk Jurd uk Moose us Aches us Teepee   Rise Nation 200x200Rise Nation pickup TK Rejects   After being dropped by Team Kaliber, Goonjar and Teej have found a new home in Rise Nation, a complete swap as former Rise players Theory and Nelso joined TK. Sounds confusing but it’s not.   Rise Nation 200x200 Rise Nation   us Whea7s us Chino us Teej ca Goonjar   tKSmall Team Kaliber Pickup Neslo and Theory   It has been announced that Team Kaliber have dropped new signing Teej and long time player Goonjar and picked up Rise players Theory and Neslo. tKSmall Team Kaliber us Nameless us Sharp us Theory us Nelso

Update 25th June

nvSmall EnVyUs Overhaul Line Up It’s been announced today that EnVyUs have overhauled their entire team, putting trust in the last remaining member of the current team, Loony. Proofy will now join a long list of F/A’s vying for a spot in the MLG Season 3 Pro League. Joining Loony will be World Champion and former Denial player JKap, whilst former Prophecy players Aqua and Octane make up the remaining numbers. Can they turn their fortune around? nvSmall Team EnVyUS; us Loony us JKap us Octane us Aqua elevate_200x200 eLevate Recruit Two   With a Season 3 spot in the league, it was only a matter of time before two of the many free agents joined the eLevate team along with Slacked and Classic. Those two players turn out to be former EnVyUs member Saints and former Prophecy player Apathy. Both have had mixed seasons with little to celebrate, and will be looking to overhaul their fortunes with this move in time for UMG Dallas.   elevate_200x200 Team eLevate   us Classic us Slacked us Apathy us Saints Aches Leaves Prophecy The organisation is officially done having a North American team for the moment as Aches leaves the squad and becomes a F/A as a duo with TeePee. Who will snatch up two of the most decorated Call of Duty Pro’s?   –   dreamteamNew Dream Team Roster   They have disbanded Purple and Blue and gone with one new roster consisting of some seasoned Call of Duty Pros.   dreamteamDream Team   us Pacman us Sender us Diabolic  Ivy

Update 21.06.2015:

Prophecy looking for Three Prophecy make wholesale changes as AquA, Apathy and Octane announce their departure. Prophecy Lineup:

      • USA.png Patrick ‘ACHES’ Price
    • CAUS ?
    • CAUS ?
    • CAUS ?

Strictly Business back to the drawing board StuDyy, Anticity, SpaceLy and TcM leave Strictly Business. Strictly Business Lineup:

      • CAUS ?
    • CAUS ?
    • CAUS ?
    • CAUS ?

MerK is a Free Agent MerK announces Free Agency leaving Automatic Reload looking for one. Automatic Reload Lineup:

      • USA.png Mikhail ‘Blfire’ Glushenok
    • USA.png Tyler ‘FeLonY’ Johnson
    • USA.png Ryan ‘Lawless’ Lawless
    • CAUS ?

MadCat Dropped In surprise news, TCM Gaming part ways with MadCat. More details about MadCat’s departure will be announced shortly. TCM Gaming Lineup:

      •  Tom ‘Moose’ Handley
    •  Shane ‘ShAnE’ McKerral
    •  Jordan ‘Jurd’ Crowley
    • TBA

 New Engima 6 Team Announced After Enigma6 failed to secure a place in season 3, the team look to the long term. Relegation replacements Holler and Proto are replaced by Aqua and Parasite.  Enigma6 Lineup:

      • USA.png Jordon ‘General’ Holloway
    • USA.png Michael ‘MRuiz’ Ruiz
    • USA.png Ulysses ‘Aqua’ Silva
    • USA.png Christopher ‘Parasite’ Duarte

Update 19.06.2015

 Enigma6 announce Season 2 Relegation Tournament Team Enigma6 pick up Holler and Proto ahead of the MLG Pro League Season 2 Relegation tournament in Columbus, Ohio.  Enigma6 Lineup:

      • USA.png Jordon ‘General’ Holloway
    • USA.png Michael ‘MRuiz’ Ruiz
    •  Holler
    • USA.png Proto

TK.pngNew Team Kaliber Team Unveiled

Team Kaliber complete their roster, picking up Teej.

TK.png Team Kaliber Lineup:

  • USA Brandon ‘Sharp’ Rogers
  • Canada Jevon ‘Goonjar’ Gooljar-Lim
  • USA Anthony ‘Nameless’ Wheeler
  • USA Thomas ‘Teej’ Haly

Update 17.06.2015

Deniallogo std.pngDenial Rebuild Around Replays

After a very brief period without a team, Denial elect to rebuild their roster around world champion, Replays. Replays is joined by former eLevate and FaZe stars Huke, Slasher and Temp.

Deniallogo std.pngDenial eSports Lineup:

  • USA Chris ‘Replays’ Crowder
  • USA Cuyler ‘Huke’ Garland
  • USA Donovan ‘Temp’ Laroda
  • USA Austin ‘SlasheR’ Liddicoat

eLevate Big Changes

Team eLevate announce they’ve dropped 50% of their roster as Teej and Temp go their own way.

ELv.png Team eLevate Lineup:

  • USA Nicholas ‘Classic’ DiCostanzo
  • USA Josiah ‘Slacked’ Berry
  • TBA
  • TBA

Clayster and Attach to FaZe

With the news of JKap and Replays leaving Denial, surprisingly Clayster and Attach follow suit linking up with Enable and Zooma as part of a new look FaZe team.

The news follows the news that Huke and Slasher would be released from FaZe following uncertainty about their future commitment to the line up.

Faze.png FaZe Lineup:

  • USA Ian ‘enable’ Wyatt
  • USA Thomas ‘ZooMaa’ Paparatto
  • USA Dillon ‘Attach’ Price
  • USA James ‘Clayster’ Eubanks

Update 10.06.2015

Parasite Released from Team Kaliber

Parasite rejoins the Free Agency list ahead of the next season of the MLG Pro Series.

TK.png Team Kaliber Lineup:

  • USA Brandon ‘Sharp’ Rogers
  • Canada Jevon ‘Goonjar’ Gooljar-Lim
  • USA Anthony ‘Nameless’ Wheeler
  • TBA

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