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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

Methodz joins Uyu's Call of Duty team in controversial move

Spoof has been benched from the team, and has been very vocal on Twitter about what's happened with the roster.

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The CWL (Call of Duty World League) Pro League is about to start on February 4, but now Uyu has revealed a roster change just before we're about to begin, with former OpTic player Anthony 'Methodz' Zinni coming in for Tristan 'Spoof' Green.

Methodz was originally meant to be a substitute after failing to get into the Pro League with his other teams, and Spoof has been very vocal on Twitter about the situation, including one which said:

"Upset my teammates didn't defend me more but at the end of the day if they refuse, the organization can replace all of us first roster change period. Assuming they went with org desires to help preserve their careers in the pros but I don't think it'll help."

"I just want y'all to know that not a single person on my previous team said a word to me besides Mayhem. Even after I was moved to sub. Speaks volumes," reads another tweet.

"We chose Haggy and UYU chose Methodz. Said it would help with sponsorship requests equating to more money for us (Being an underpaid team) Team had no idea UYU's plans for it until last night then they voted me out," Spoof explained in another reply.

Considering how close it is to the start of the Pro League and that Spoof helped Uyu qualify for the competition, the response to the signing on Twitter has been largely negative.

That said, how well can Methodz perform?

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Photo: Uyu

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