The Call of Duty season is almost over, but that doesn't mean that we're done with Black Ops 4 esports just yet, as Nfinite has just revealed that they've signed a new roster just in time for the Call of Duty World League Championships, which will kick off on August 14.
This team will include Adam 'Killa' Sloss, Tyree 'Legal' Glover, Eric 'Twizz' Servello, Jonathan 'Bullseye' Blackburn, and Sher 'Sher' Ahmad, and before Champs we have CWL Miami from July 19 to 21.
"Nfinite has been lucky enough to see a lot of success over the last few months. Making the decision to support Halo has proven to be a great one, and we will continue to support the community however possible. However, it has always been the goal of Nfinite to expand and support more teams and more communities in more games. The most thriving console esport at this time, and for the last few years at least, has been Call of Duty. With that in mind, it only makes sense that Call of Duty be the next game and community Nfinite aims to support," Nfinite writes.
Killa is a veteran player with a lot of experience, and Bullseye and Sher have experience in the open bracket this season, looking to prove themselves on the big stage with this new roster.
Is this a good team?