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Free Agent
Sets roster for new season
September 20, 2017
StaiNViLLe will be teaming with Neslo, Sharp and Whea7s to begin the new season.
ANALYSIS
StaiNViLLe announced his free agency at the end of August, with the former 2013 Call of Duty World Championships second-place finisher returning to the scene after nearly three years off. He'll jump right in with a team full of other veteran players, including the former Team Kaliber duo of Neslo and Sharp.
Free Agent
Signs on with new team
September 20, 2017
Whea7s will be teaming with Neslo, Sharp and StaiNViLLe to start the new competitive season.
ANALYSIS
Of the four, Whea7s comes with the least fanfare, given his lack of success throughout his career. That being said, it's an intriguing lineup thanks to the simple fact that they are all veterans returning to the scene. Whether or not this lineup can reach its potential remains to be seen, but if nothing else it'll be an interesting lineup to watch.
Free Agent
Reuniting with Sharp
September 20, 2017
Neslo will be rejoining the competitive Call of Duty scene, teaming with Whea7s, StaiNViLLe and Sharp.
ANALYSIS
Even a novice fan of competitive Call of Duty back in 2015 would have likely heard of this foursome, with both Neslo and Sharp spending time together on Team Kaliber. But it's been a long time since any of the four players have made waves in the competitive scene, with Nelso most recently playing on Echo Fox early in the 2017 season. How this team responds to the new era of competitive Call of Duty will be one of the biggest storylines to follow heading into the Call of Duty: World War II.
Free Agent
Signs on with veteran team
September 20, 2017
Sharp will be teaming with StaiNViLLe, Whea7s and Neslo to begin the new competitive season.
ANALYSIS
Yet another domino falls in the ongoing North American Rostermania saga, but this move takes a handful of high-profile veterans off the board with one fell swoop. First and foremost is the reuniting of two former Team Kaliber teammates in Neslo and Sharp, who both essentially stepped away from competitive Call of Duty within the last two years, with Neslo most recently a member of Echo Fox. It's an intriguing lineup but one that's plagued with question marks, namely: how will these players respond having essentially stepped away from the competitive scene for some time. Regardless, it would be incredibly surprising to see this roster not have an organization before the start of the new season, with a high profile org likely to step up given the name value of the players involved.
Joins Splyce
September 19, 2017
Tommey joins Bance, MadCat and Jurd on Splyce, according to the organization's Twitter.
ANALYSIS
After Zer0's surprising departure, Splyce have quickly found their replacement in Tommey, formally of Fnatic. Fnatic had a roller-coaster season last year as the team struggled to break past Splyce and Epsilon eSports. However, Tommey was easily the most stable element on the team, but it's a questionable decision to replace Zer0, a top-tier slayer in the first half of last year's season, with Tommey, a consistent, yet unspectacular player. However, Tommey seems set to bring an element of stability to Splyce, a team that was plagued with inconsistent slaying.
Re-signing with Red Reserve
September 18, 2017
Joee will rejoin Red Reserve alongside his new roster, the organization announced on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
It's a bit surprising to see Joee rejoin Red Reserve, having announced his free agency in late August, but as it stands this is easily one of the best rosters in Europe and could even be one of the best in the world, depending on how the team gels together. How Joee works alongside Joshh, his former Splyce teammate, will be one of the key areas to watch on Red Reserve.
Officially rejoins Red Reserve
September 18, 2017
Rated will team with Red Reserve to begin the Call of Duty: World War II season, the organization announced on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
It a bit of a twist, Rated will return to the team he initially left near the end of August, this time with a cavalry of European talent including Joee, Zer0, and Joshh. While the chemistry concerns are well documented by this point, this is a team with immense amount of talent and should easily be among the top teams in Europe.
Signs on with eRa
September 18, 2017
Havok will be teaming with Dedo on eRa Eternity to begin the new competitive season, the organization announced on Monday.
ANALYSIS
It's a bit of a step down for Havok in terms of the organization, as the young slayer had been on the likes of Cloud9, compLexity Gaming and Evil Geniuses throughout the past two years, but the chance to rejoin former iSolation Esports teammate, Dedo, was too hard to pass up. While both Havok and Dedo represent a solid core for the likes of eRa, how the team decides to round out the rest of the roster will go a long way in determining how successful they will be in the new competitive season.
Finds himself in free agency
September 18, 2017
SunnyB will be a free agent with Monday's news that Fnatic has released its entire roster.
ANALYSIS
With many analysts blaming Fnatic's uneven performance at the 2017 Call of Duty World Championships on SunnyB, it wasn't exactly unexpected to see him hit free agency. However, it was a shock to see Fnatic mulling the idea of leaving the Call of Duty scene entirely, tossing the entire roster into an increasingly crowded European free agency pool. Given SunnyB's relative success throughout 2017, it seems likely the European player will find a team heading into the new year. Whether or not his team remains in the conversation as one of the better in Europe, however, will depend on who he can team align with prior to the new campaign.
Officially a free agent
September 18, 2017
Tommey will be a free agent after Fnatic officially released its roster on Monday.
ANALYSIS
Simply put, one of the premiere veterans in the scene has now hit the market, with Fnatic opting to release its entire team while it contemplates remaining in the Call of Duty scene entirely. So long as Tommey chooses to remain in the scene he should have a long list of eligible suitors, with only Red Reserve really looking like a threat entering the new competitive season.
Free Agent
Teaming with Skrapz and wuskin
September 18, 2017
Seany will be teaming with Skrapz, wuskin and a mysterious fourth player to begin the new competitive season.
ANALYSIS
The former Red Reserve slayer seems to have fallen into a cushy situation, with both Skrapz and wuskin coming into their own during the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare season. Given Seany's experience and an expected maturation from the the twins, this lineup already feels like it could be in contention regionally, with a chance to make additional noise internationally depending on who the mysterious fourth player is.
Leaving Fnatic
September 18, 2017
wuskin will no longer team with Fnatic and is expected to field a new lineup with his brother, Skrapz, to begin the new competitive season.
ANALYSIS
wuskin was one of a handful of rookies to explode onto the competitive scene, helping lead Fnatic to a respectable finish at the 2017 Call of Duty World Championships. While Skrapz remains mum on who the final member of the new team will be, a lineup of Skrapz, wuskin and Seany should already put the roster in elite company in Europe, with another strong season in international competition certainly in the cards should the team perform up to expectations in the new "boots on the ground" game.
Leaves Fnatic
September 18, 2017
Skrapz will no longer be teaming with Fnatic and already has a new team set up for the Call of Duty: World War II season, the player announced on Monday.
ANALYSIS
While North America's version of Rostermania has largely stagnated, Europe continues to make headlines with Fnatic's young duo of Skrapz and wuskin hitting free agency after a year with the organization. Given that Seany has also signed on to team with the twins, and a fourth player is mysteriously waiting in the wings, whatever organization that does end up bringing on the new team should easily be in contention for a top spot in the region, much less the world.
Free Agent
Teaming under Cyclone banner
September 15, 2017
Prophet will be teaming with FA5TBALLA, Jsano and TuQuick on the organization Cyclone.
ANALYSIS
It was already determined the foursome would be together to start Call of Duty: World War II, but the organization was still in question. It's a bit of a surprise to see this roster sign under the banner of Cyclone, mainly because this would be its first North American team in Call of Duty, having rostered a European team for CWL London in January. Regardless, Prophet and company are officially set to start the competitive year, with a handful of other teams still waiting to find which organizations they will be playing under come to the start of the new season.
Teaming with eRa
September 15, 2017
Dedo is returning to competitive Call of Duty and will be teaming with eRa Eternity, the player announced on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
Dedo was expected to make a return to competitive play with the franchise's return to the boots-on-the-ground movement system, but the organization in which he would be playing for was still up in the air. That's no longer a question anymore, as Dedo will be joining eRa, an organization that has fielded a few up-and-coming teams in the past few years. Who he will be teaming with remains to be seen, but it's an interesting move for both the player and the organization.