Dallas Call of Duty shows Roster
Published by Giselle
October 18, 2019 4:00 pm
The team “, Dallas Call of Duty,” introduced this week every day a new player of their five-headed roster for the Call of Duty League.
The Call of Duty League is a global and city-based sports league consisting of 12 professional teams.
First, the “King of hype” James “Clayster” Eubanks was introduced as a team member. The 27-year-old has already won two world championships in 2015 with Denial Esports and 2019 with eUnited. He already has a lot of experience in professional Call of Duty and will be important support and leader for the otherwise very young team.
Anthony “Shotzzy” Cuevos-Castro, 18 years old and former Halo professional from the USA, follows “Clayster’s” into the team. He describes it as a big risk for the team to choose an unproven player like him but wants to show what he is capable of.
The third in the group is Cuyler “Huke” Garland. With teams such as FaZe Clan, Denial Esports, and Team Envy, the organisation behind Dallas Call of Duty, the 19-year-old has already delivered good performances. He interrupted his call-of-duty career to play Halo at a professional level. Besides “Clayster,” he brings the second most experience to the team.
Huke is the youngest Call of Duty player to receive an XGAMES silver medal.
Indervir “iLLeY” Dhaliwal takes fourth place in the five-man team. The 17-year-old will gain his first professional experience in Call of Duty in the roster. He says that the “grinding processes” will start from now on. Adding a rough diamond to your team could lay a strong foundation for future teams. In the community, the youngster has long been described as one of the most talented youngsters.