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Supposedly joining Splyce
October 4, 2018
Temp is expected to join Splyce based on a since-deleted Twitlonger by his soon-to-be teammate, Loony.
Echo Fox's struggles during the World War II season likely prompted a major roster shift, with Aqua and Temp expected to join the new multi-region lineup of Splyce. While this team will not be guaranteed a spot at the opening tournament of the year, CWL Las Vegas, that could change depending on other lineup changes yet to be announced around the competitive scene. One of the best up-and-coming slayers entering the World War II season, Temp struggled to consistently put together positive performances ultimately ruining his stock with the likes of TJHaLy, Kenny and even Dashy earning significantly more fanfare throughout the course of the season. However a redemption tour could be in short order alongside Splyce, as Temp is seemingly poised to post significantly better slaying numbers in Black Ops 4.
Expected to join Splyce
October 4, 2018
Aqua is expected to join Splyce, his soon-to-be teammate Loony leaked via Twitlonger on Wednesday.
Echo Fox was likely to make a change after a dismal finish to the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships in which the team surprisingly failed to make it out of the group stage. Aqua at least put together a solid KD, posting a 1.04 figure across 10 maps, but that was thanks in large part to a sparkling 1.50 S&D KD. That's likely where Aqua presents the most value on his new Splyce roster, as even with a down season Aqua is considered one of the better S&D players in the game currently. With the likes of Loony, Temp and Jurd expected to be the main slayers on this team, Aqua should thrive in a smaller capacity and creates yet another feared lineup heading into the Black Ops 4 season.
Joins Splyce
October 4, 2018
Loony will join Splyce, the slayer confirmed in a since-deleted Twitlonger released on Wednesday.
The Twitlonger also detailed the rest of the Splyce roster, which acquire Aqua and Temp to complete a multi-region roster for the previously EU-only squad. It's difficult to argue Loony's ranking among the pantheon of competitive CoD players today as the slayer has performed at or near the top of the circuit for multiple iterations of the CoD franchise. Still, Rise's disappointing finish to the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships will leave a stain on Loony's reputation, one that he will hope to erase come the start of Black Ops 4. Never one to shy away from the spot light, this iteration of Splyce will be as brash as they come, with the boisterous Accuracy and Temp sure to spark plenty of fireworks in the near future. But for all the bluster, this is a lineup blessed with supreme amounts of talent, and given it could be argued only Accuracy put together a "successful" World War II season, a motivated roster of this caliber could bring plenty of fireworks not just to the social sphere, but on the competitive map(s) as well.
Teaming with Splyce
October 4, 2018
Accuracy will join Splyce, the organization relayed on Tuesday.
Splyce is dipping its toes in the North American waters, acquiring the since departed Team Kaliber player, Accuracy, in a massive move to kickstart their competitive CoD team. While Team Kaliber didn't win the 2018 Call of Duty World Championship, they did take second place, with Accuracy and current 100 Thieves slayer Kenny leading the charge. It seems entirely plausible that Splyce consulted Accuracy about potential roster moves meaning there should be no concerns about team chemistry issues on this new multi-region roster. However, its worth pointing out that prior to the 2017-18 competitive CoD season, Accuracy had finished no higher than 21st-24th place at an Open event since the start of the Call of Duty World League/Pro League.
Announcing restricted free agency
August 31, 2018
Bance announced Friday he would be entering restricted free agency ahead of the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 season.
That now makes three members from Splyce moving on from the team, as MadCat and Joshh both entered free agency earlier this week. Of course there's a possibility Bance could end up sticking on Splyce thanks to his restricted free agency tag, but given the region lock that has forced members of the European scene to stick in their home country seems to be slowly evaporating, there's a realistic possibility Bance could be headed for greener pastures. At least based on his 2018 Call of Duty World Championships, where he finished with a 1.03 KD despite the team's 17th-24th place finish, there's reason to believe Bance could be an extremely productive member on a well-balanced team.
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