The new Call of Duty season has just started and with the new title in the competition, many teams have been making changes in their rosters. Looking for the best possible rosters, many teams and players have opted to release a player or to terminate their contracts in order to be as prepared as possible for the WWII. Recently, two players announced that they have left their teams and become free agents and that they are looking for a new team to join for the upcoming season.
ProoFy Leaves Next Threat
Jordan ‘ProoFy’ Cannon is one of the longest lasting professional Call of Duty players in the entire competition. Up until several days ago, ProoFy was a member of Next Threat but they did not have a very good season and many expected that team will be making significant changes in their roster for the 2018 season. ProoFy became the first player that announced his departure from the team.
Around a year ago, ProoFy announced that he will be retiring from the competition but it did not last long before he came back. In August of this year, ProoFy announced that he will be coming back out of retirement and on October 30, 2017, it was announced that ProoFy has signed a contract with Next Threat for the WWII competition. However, the first Call of Duty: WWII tournament finished on Sunday, and Next Threat displayed terrible performance which has probably led ProoFy to announce his departure from the team.
Throughout his entire career, ProoFy has been a very talented assault rifle player and he has proven his skills on a huge number of occasions. Because of that, it is expected that ProoFy will soon be finding a new team to play and many expect that announcement to come in the next couple days.
FEARS Released by ERa Eternity
However, ProoFy was not the only player that left a team after the first Call of Duty: WWII competition because Damod ‘FEARS’ Abney was released by ERa Eternity only one day after the end of the first WWII tournament. According to some sources, FEARS did not sign a new contract with this organization even though three of his teammates, Kenneth Dedo, Patryk ‘Rallied’ Salata, Colt ‘Havok’ McLendon, have all signed new contracts.
Because of that, it was easy for ERa Eternity to release FEARS from the team as they did not have to pay any amounts for the contract termination. FEARS joined ERa Eternity a little more than a month ago but the top 32 finish in the first Call of Duty: WWII tournament, the team decided that FEARS is not the right player for their team. The next WWII tournament is on November 19 and it is expected that ERa Eternity will sign a new player very soon in order to be able to compete in that tournament.
When it comes to FEARS, it needs to be said that he has been playing Call of Duty professionally for a long time and during that time has made many connections. Because of that, it is expected that he will be finding a new team very soon.