Will The Chicago Huntsmen Be The Next Big Roster For CWL?

Will The Chicago Huntsmen Be The Next Big Roster For CWL?

Seasoned veterans, Proven amateurs, and the Sir Alex Ferguson of Esports CEO/Coaches; sounds like a recipe for the most dominant roster since OpTic Gaming’s MW3 killing spree. However, this is the same talent that, in the not so distant past caused the same players under the same wing to falter, fall and ultimately fail.

The Chicago Huntsmen are the latest brainchild of prolific Call Of Duty dream weaver Hector “HECZ” Rodriguez. After cutting ties with his former organization OpTic Gaming, and partnering up with the new kid on the block in the form of NRG; HECZ set his sights on the fantasy team of his dreams, and delivered.

This could be the push HECZ and co need to come back from the upset of a 100Thieves defeat and cement his dynasty into the heart of the COD pro scene for decades to come.

2020 Chicago Huntsman “coat of arms”

A CWL Dream Team

So, let’s discuss what is widely considered to be one of the most dangerous and star-studded lineups in COD history, which; revives the dominant duo of Seth “Scump” Abner and long-time teammate Matthew “FormaL” Piper. This X-Games gold-winning couple should prove very difficult for newer players to deal with. This pairing will bring years of experience, wisdom and, of course, skill to the playing field.

Alec “Arcitys” Sanderson, is next in the lineup, another veteran player who only recently came into his own alongside eUnited. Being a 2019 World Champion definitely gives him bragging rights among his peers. Sanderson lifted the trophy most recently and is one of the best ARs in the world right now. He looks to be an exciting addition to the team.

Matthew “FormaL” Piper (left) & Seth “Scump” Abner (right) celebrating a win at CWL

A Force to Be Reckoned With

Next on the list is Dylan “Envoy” Hannon. The youngest member of the team at 19 and already had four years of professional play under his belt, its fair to say he’s no slouch when it comes to in-game experience. This along with a second-place finish behind 100Theives at Cwl 2019, narrowly beating out the former OpTic roster. All make him a fantastic candidate for the SMG slayer position.

Canadian born Peirce “Gunless” Hillman steps in as a substitute for the Huntsmen along with Jordon General.

Last but by no means least, Marcus “MBoZe” Blanks, one of the most decorated players in Call of Duty history is back. Following a two-year hiatus away from the COD scene, Blanks makes his triumphant return.

In Conclusion

All in all, this is absolutely going to be one of the most exciting seasons of CWL we’ve had in a long time. With a star-studded cast, a bitter rivalry and sweet, sweet redemption, the stage is set. Now only time will tell who’s going to take it.

Sourced from: Esportspedia

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