Fnatic have signed an all-British Call of Duty team consisting of several former Epsilon players.
The roster is as follows:
- Thomas “Tommey” Trewren
- Matthew “Skrapz” Marshall
- Gurdip “SunnyB” Bains
- Bradley “wuskin” Marshall
The team will be based in the UK and are set to take part at Gfinity’s Call of Duty World League in London from January 26th to 29th.
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Fnatic let their previous Call of Duty team go back in 2012.
“Fast forward five years and here we are still, but with a lurking feeling that there is unfinished business with CoD; that there was still more to achieve; more silverware to be won,” Fnatic said in an announcement post on their website.
“We’re proud now to be able to put that right as we resume competition in one of the world’s biggest esports titles.”
Yesterday Fnatic’s new CoD team were beaten by Team Infused in the quarter finals of the CoD World League 2K tournament.
They will now have all eyes focused on the Gfinity event starting later this week.
— Tommey (@Tommey) 21 January 2017
On joining Fnatic, Thomas “Tommey” Trewren said: “Going all the way back to when I first began competing on Call of Duty 4, there has always been one team I’ve wanted to play for and represent. That team is Fnatic.
“They are one of if not the biggest organisation in the world and I feel honoured that Sunny, Skrapz, wuskin and I will be playing under their banner for the IW season.”
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