100 Thieves Round Off Call of Duty Roster with SlasheR and Enable
100 Thieves has filled the two final slots on its FPS team with SlasheR and Enable to prep for Call of Duty World League.
It’s only a few short weeks until the powerhouse that is the Call of Duty franchise launches its latest title Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, and it looks like the pro teams are already preparing for the upcoming eSports season. With global domination via the Call of Duty World League 2019 as its goal, competitive gaming orgainzation 100 Thieves has filled the last two slots on its roster with FPS veterans SlasheR and Enable.
100 Thieves announced revealed the addition of its new players via its official Twitter page and stated that the organization was thrilled to have them on-board. Austen “SlasheR” Liddicoat will be joining the side using the experience he has gained from his time with Rise Nation. He had also been a proud member of Team Envy when they secured the top spot at the Call of Duty World League 2016 finals.
Rounding off the roster is Ian “Enable” Wyatt. Enable is a FPS pro who’s spent time on both the competitive Halo and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare circuits. Throughout his career he has played for a number of teams including Vanquish Gaming, FaZe Clan, and Team Kaliber.
The addition of SlasheR and Enable to 100 Thieves’ already robust Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 side potentially makes them a force to be reckoned with in the upcoming season.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is due for release on October 12 for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. This year’s edition of the popular military shooter series will also feature a battle royal mode called Blackout. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is available now for pre-order.
We’re thrilled to announce the final members of our professional Call of Duty team leading into Black Ops 4. Welcome to 100 Thieves @SlasheR_AL & @Enable.
#100T #HonorAmongThieves pic.twitter.com/VCKg4MN0PS
— 100 Thieves (@100Thieves) September 27, 2018
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