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Seattle CoD franchise announce their official roster

The Seattle Call of Duty franchise has revealed their team for the new league set to begin in 2020. Boasting a roster stacked high with individual talent, this team will undoubtedly be one to watch next year.

Current roster:

  • Damon “Karma” Barlow
  • Ian “Enable” Wyatt
  • Sam “Octane” Larew
  • Josiah “Slacked” Berry
  • Bryan “Apathy” Zhelyazkov
  • Joey “Nubzy” DiGiacomo (Coach)

Teams have been making various announcements over the past month and Seattle were the fifth team to reveal their starting roster for next year. Their official branding is also set to be revealed on October 30th, with their franchise name expected (but not confirmed) to be “Seattle Surge”.

Seattle’s roster is evidently stacked with some of the most talented players in the scene – most notably the three-time world champion, Karma. The former OpTic Gaming star has earned over $800,000 in his career, picking up 24 major event wins. This makes him the highest earning CoD player in the history of the game and the 3rd most winningest. It will be interesting to see if Karma can add to his already stacked trophy cabinet next year.

Enable and Octane will look to continue their hot form after a successful year under 100 Thieves. The pair won two major tournaments last year under Nadeshot’s org and came second in CWL Champs. While 100 Thieves have decided to exit the CoD scene for now, the players will be representing different franchises for the 2020 league.

Slacked remains under the Luminosity banner as they are part owners of the franchise. Despite winning CWL Fort Worth earlier in the year, Slacked’s Black Ops 4 season was full of disappointing results. His individual talent has always been impressive and there is no doubt he’ll fit in among the experienced players on the Seattle roster.

Former Evil Geniuses player, Apathy, has been at the top level for years. His consistency is unmatched, and he always causes problems for the opposition in his role as an SMG. Apathy has earned approximately $580,000 in his career, making him the eighth highest earning player in CoD. He is also one of few players that have won 2 Call of Duty World Championships.

Coaching the players next year will be “JoeyNubzy”, formerly of Gen.G. His Gen.G squad failed to win a major tournament in Black Ops 4 despite coming close on multiple occasions.

As the maximum roster size is 10 players, more announcements are expected soon. With the amount of talent already on the roster it will be interesting to see the finalised squad.

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