With Treyarch and Activision just days out from the launch of Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War, every team from the Call of Duty League are preparing their rosters ahead of the 2021 season. This off-season is bound to be an interesting one with the CDL going back to four-man starting rosters. Esportz Network has the latest roundup on all of the recent CDL roster changes up until this point.
Call of Duty League Roster Roundup
Priestahh and Majormaniak were the two departures from Atlanta FaZe with Arcitys being the only new addition to what was one of the most dominant teams throughout the CDL last season.
The brothers in Arcitys and Prestinni were the two departures from the Chicago Huntsmen with Dashy reuniting with H3cz and Scump from their time at OpTic Gaming.
Call of Duty veteran Clayster was the only departure from the 2020 Call of Duty Champions. The roster remains the same as expected going into the 2021 season.
London Royal Ravens:
Wuskin and Skrapz were the two changes from the starting roster for London with Alexx being the only new addition to the roster going into the 2021 CDL season.
Los Angeles Guerillas:
Vivid is the only remaining Los Angeles Guerillas player returning from the 2020 roster. Apathy, Assault and SiLLY all signed with the LA org for the next season.
Minnesota is bringing in an entirely new starting roster with no players returning for the 2021 season. They hold powerful names that could do a lot of damage in the upcoming CDL.
New York Subliners:
ZooMaa and Mack are the only two players returning for New York with Dallas Empire champion Clayster and rookie sensation HyDra filling up the rest of the roster.
OpTic Gaming LA:
Although the future of OpTic Gaming LA is up in the air, this is the roster they have filled for the 2021 Call of Duty League. It’s still possible that these players will move to LA Thieves should the 100 Thieves rumors be true.
Seattle Surge are back with a bang as they unveiled their new roster in a way that resonates with many Call of duty Black Ops fans. Although Octane is the only returning player for the Seattle Surge after the team dropped nearly everyone.
Toronto Ultra is running back the large core of its 2020 roster with no new additions to the starting lineup.
Paris Legion and Florida Mutineers are the only two CDL teams who have yet to reveal their roster changes for the 2021 Call of Duty League season. Stay tuned to Esportz Network for the next CDL roster roundup to cover the Call of Duty esports team picks.
Written by Jordan Marney
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