CWL 2019: Final Rostermania Updates Post Anaheim - UNITS, Midnight And Enigma6 Rosters Confirmed
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CWL 2019: Final Rostermania Updates Post Anaheim - UNITS, Midnight And Enigma6 Rosters Confirmed

Chris Trout
21 June 2019

Now the dust has settled on CWL Anaheim, the fourth and final transfer window of the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 season is open. While the top four teams from Anaheim are not expected to make any form of change to their rosters, there are several teams that are looking to add some new faces ahead of CWL Finals and the season ending world championship.

After CWL Anaheim, the fourth and final transfer window is open. We've already seen a number of players become free agents in such a short space of time, with Luminosity doing the bulk of transfers so far.

Photo courtesy of Eric Ananmalay

This article will be update daily throughout the transfer period, complete with confirmed roster changes and rumours of potential moves that may materialise later in the week.

Confirmed Roster Changes

Royalty: UYU ➔ Midnight Esports
Zaptius:
UYU ➔ Midnight Esports
Frosty:
Enigma6 ➔ Midnight Esports
Mayhem:
UYU ➔ Enigma 6
Breszy:
Elevate ➔ Enigma6
Cammy:
Team WaR ➔ UNITS
Weeman:
Team WaR ➔ UNITS
Nolson:
Splyce ➔ UNITS
Huke:
Envy  Splyce (Loan)
Gunless:
Luminosity ➔ Envy (Loan)
Assault:
Restricted F/A ➔ Envy
Skyz:
Elevate ➔ Luminosity Gaming
Brack: UNITS ➔ Luminosity Gaming
Atura: Elevate Coach ➔ UYU Coach
Fero: Envy ➔ Restricted F/A
Sukry: Team Heretics ➔ F/A
Classic: Luminosity Gaming ➔ Restricted F/A
JetLi: Enigma6 Group ➔ Restricted F/A

Friday 21st June: Midnight Esports Announce New Roster

Midnight bolstered their squad with a very different look. Joining the team is Bradley "Frosty" Bergstrom, Matthew "Royalty" Faithfull and Alex "Zaptius" Bonilla. They will play alongside Christopher "Parasite" Duarte and Devin "LlamaGod" Tran.

Thursday 20th June: UNITS & Enigma6 Confirm Their New Rosters

UNITS confirmed their new roster late Thursday night with the acquistion of Nick "Nolson" Nolson, Connor "Weeman" Chilton and Cameron "Cammy" McKilligan. Weeman and Cammy have teamed with each other for the duration of the season - so far they have yet to feature in the pro circuit. Nolson was recently brought into the starting lineup for Splyce, but after a disappointing event at CWL Anaheim, he has part ways with the organisation.

Enigma6 have made two new additions to their roster. Paul "Breszy" Breszynski and Mehran "Mayhem" Anjomshoa will play alongside Adam "GodRx" Brown, Jordon "General" General" and Matthew "KiSMET" Tinsley.

Thursday 20th June: Alexx Joins Reciprocity & Wartex Joins Heretics

Team Reciprocity have acquired Alex “Alexx” Carpenter in place of main AR, Sean “Seany” O’Connor. Despite heading into CWL Anaheim with a flawless Pro League week under their belts, their performance at the event did not live up to expectation. Alexx is a great addition as a more aggressive AR player. With Denz as the only passive AR on the team, Alexx will be able to keep up with the hyper aggressive Saug duo of Dylan “Dylan” Henderson and Zach “Zed” Denyer.

The beginning of rostermania began when Heretics, one of the more consistent teams in the CWL, made the decision to drop Sukry amid internal team issues. With a limited talent pool to choose from, there were only a few players that could make it into the team. Joining the team will be ex-Movistar Riders player Wartex. The language barrier may come into effect with Wartex being Italian but he does have plenty of experience teaming with Spanish players. Whether Heretics can maintain their consistency is another matter. We will have to wait until the Pro League to see how this team performs.

Thursday 20th June: UYU Finalise Roster

UYU have finalised their line up for the rest of the Black Ops 4 season. Joining Anthony “Methodz” Zinni and Rasim "Blazt" Ogresevic are Saints, Phantomz from Evil Geniuses and Classic from Luminosity. This team has won out with their trading with Midnight Esports and the acquisition of Phantomz from EG. Him supporting Methodz with the AR could well be an underrated combination and one that teams should be aware of.

Thursday 20th June: Gunless & Assault Join Envy With Huke Going On Loan To Splyce

After plenty of speculation and the departure of Fero at the beginning of the window, Team Envy have revealed their roster for the remainder of the season. Joining Patrick “Aches” Price, Justin “Silly” Fargo-Palmer and Jacob “Decemate” Cato are Adam “Assault” Garcia and Gunless on loan from Luminosity. This Envy looks to be the real deal. The acquisition of Gunless for the rest of the season is huge and could well be the difference maker as we head towards the Pro League Finals and the world championship. While Assault will likely move to a secondary AR, Silly will be able to be more aggressive alongside Huke.

Huke moves on loan to Splyce after much speculation that he wanted a move away from the boys in blue.

Thursday 20th June: Luminosity Acquire Skyz & Brack

It’s official. Skyz and ex-Denial player CarsonBrack” Newberry have joined Luminosity Gaming alongside John, Matt “FormaL” Piper and Josiah “Slacked” Berry. Richard "Ricky" Stacy will move back to the coaching position. A significant improvement for Luminosity after a huge fall from grace after Fort Worth. Both Formal and Brack using the Maddox will be more of the deadly duos within the league while Skyz and John look to bring the firepower as the Saug duo.

 

Thursday 20th June: Rumour Mill

Team Envy mainstay Cuyler “Huke” Garland looks to be departing from the organisation in the short term. Sources have revealed that he will be joining Splyce for the remainder of the season in place of recently departed Nick “Nolson” Nolson.

After a disappointing performance at CWL Anaheim, the team known as Units are set for a change. Early reports are suggesting that Ben “Bance” Bance and Alex “Alexx” Carpenter are leaving the team while the long-time duo of Rhys “Rated” Price and Joe “Joee” Pinnington remain. Ex-Kairos and WaR players Cameron “Cammy” McKilligan and Connor “Weeman” Chilton are said to be joining Rated and Joee along with former Splyce substitute Nolson.

After JetLi announced his departure from Enigma 6, rumours have begun to circulate on who the potential fifth player will be. Sources have confirmed that Elevate player Paul “Brezsy” Breszynski will be joining the E6 army.

With Breszy moving to E6 all but confirmed, sources have revealed Mehran “Mayhem” Anjomsho will be the final addition to the team. It looks like two-time Halo world champion Bradley “Frosty” Bergstrom will be the one making way for Mayhem.

Sources have confirmed that  Alex "Zaptius" Bonilla and Matthew “Royalty” Faithfull have been traded to Midnight Esports for Rasim "Blazt" Ogresevic and Renato "Saints" Forza.

Wednesday 19th June: JetLi & Parzelion Both Becom Restricted F/A's

Eric “JetLi” Phan has announced his free agency on Twitter with just over 24 hours until the rosters lock.

Main AR player Saul “Parzelion” Masse-Siguenza has been placed into restricted free agency by UYU.

Wednesday 19th June: Rumour Mill

Done Deal: INTELCallofDuty reports Skyz has been sold to Luminosity for a $10,000 buyout from Team Elevate. Elevate will now be looking for a fifth player while Luminosity are still on the hunt for a replacement for Gunless, who is still available for transfer.

Accuracy, who plays for Splyce, has been spotted in a custom game lobby with the Evil Geniuses squad and their coach. Could Phantomz be on the move as a result? This was reported by INTELCallofDuty.

Tuesday 18th June: Rumour Mill

Nicholas “Classic” DiCostanzo has been placed into restricted free agency, leaving Luminosity looking for a replacement. Current rumours are suggesting that Elevate player Skyz could be heading to Luminosity alongside the four remaining players.

According to CWL Intel, the hefty buyout for Huke looks to have put a halt on any move to Splyce. They also mention that most teams are awaiting the outcome of where Skyz, Gunless and Brack are heading before rosters begin to fall into place before the Friday deadline.

Monday 17th June: Sukry Dropped from Heretics

Despite finishing in the top eight teams for the fourth time this season, the Spanish side of Heretics have decided that change is necessary after constant role changes haven’t seen any improvements in results. Main Assault Rifle (AR) player Endika “Sukry” Andres has been removed from the team. With the team citing a change was needed, it is rumoured that Vodafone Giants SMG Iván "YaKo" Rodríguez or Movistar Riders slayer Ronaldo “Wartex” Lavado will compete the line-up.

Photo courtesy of Joe Brady

Monday 17th June: Rumour Mill

Perhaps the hottest property without a team, ex-Luminosity player Pierce “Gunless” Hillman has been rumoured to join several teams that are looking to change their roster. Early suggestions implied that he would be heading to Splyce. However, the former champion has also been linked with Team Envy, after Maurice “Fero” Henriquez has been placed under restricted free agency.

Sticking with the boys in blue, Cuyler “Huke” Garland has also been linked with a move to Splyce with Envy asking for a hefty buyout for him to depart the team.

Skyz has removed Elevate from his bio, suggesting he may be on the move too. This was first spotted by INTELCallofDuty.

Photo Courtesy of INTELCallofDuty

Luminosity's Classic has become a restricted F/A

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