Just before the Call of Duty World League Atlanta Open we found out that Most Wanted's roster would not be attending the competition, including veteran player Doug 'Censor' Martin, but now digital communications company Kairos Media has announced that they have signed Censor to their team Lightning Pandas.
Censor has joined the organisation just in time for CWL Birmingham, the next big offline tournament for big Call of Duty teams, and he replaces Nicholas 'Proto' Maldonado, who will be on the bench "until further notice," according to Lightning Pandas.
Rahul Uppal, Esports Manager at Kairos, said: "Following our recent top 12 performance at CWL Atlanta, the Call of Duty roster decided a change was needed in order to continue to improve and offer the best performance at upcoming CWL events," said Rahul Uppal, Esports Manager at Kairos Media. "After reviewing our options as a team, we identified Doug as the best option and we're delighted to welcome him to the Lightning Pandas. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Nicholas for his time with the organisation and wish him the best for the future."
Before Birmingham though the new team will debut in Stage 2 of the Canadian CWL National Circuit, but how well can they do with Censor on board?
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