Call of Duty Rostermania: Roster announcements, changes and more

With 100 Thieves taking home the Call of Duty World Championship, many other teams are faced with disappointments and big decisions this offseason. Teams that narrowly missed out, and those that never got off the ground, are considering big shifts in strategy for the 2023 season.

While big Veteran names and promising rookies alike look at options for who to represent in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, let's look at all the confirmed changes so far.

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SlasheR joins Atlanta Faze

After a disappointing finish in the CDL and failing to qualify for the World Championship, SlasheR has made the move from the LA Guerrillas to Atlanta Faze. After finishing first in the regular season, but falling at the last hurdle in the finals of Champs to LA Thieves, Faze was also looking to make a change.

Slasher for LA Guerrillas
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SlasheR is a veteran of the Call of Duty professional scene. While with EnVyUs in 2016, he won the World Championships in Black Ops 3, and won a number of majors before and since with Faze Red and 100Theives.

SlasheR's prowess with an assault rifle is almost unmatched in the League, but Arcitys', who he is replacing, are big shoes to fill, so time will tell if this move will put Atlanta Faze a head above the competition.

Minnesota RØKKR acquires Afro, Cammy, and Bance.

Another team that fell flat this season was Minnesota RØKKR, also failing to qualify for the World Championship. After seeing their rivals, Toronto ultra compete in the Galen Centre in LA, they will be looking to make major changes for a better run next year.

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Retaining Attach for Modern Warfare 2, They will be saying goodbye to their 3 other players. Standy, Havok, and Priestahh will be on the lookout for new teams, while Afro, Cammy, and Bance will be stepping up to the plate.

While Bance has a number of top 3 finishes to his name, Afro and Cammy are more unproven. All 3 however have shown glimpses of greatness and will be an exciting addition to the roster. The 3 brits will join veteran Attach in Modern Warfare 2.

Arcitys set to join LA Guerillas

In a surprise move this offseason, Arcitys will be making the move from Atlanta Faze to LA Guerillas. After two very successful years on Atlanta Faze, and four 2nd places at majors this year, it was a surprise that the organisation was looking for changes.

Faze Arcitys
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Arcitys is one of the most successful Call of Duty players in recent years. With 2 world championships in 2019 and 2021, he has been a force to be reckoned with. He will be joining an all-new coaching staff at LA Guerrillas and looking to turn the organisation around from a disappointing end to this year.

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