One of the top eSports organizations, FNATIC, has announced today that after 5 years, they will be returning to Call of Duty eSports.
In FNATIC’s announcement, they stated that although they left the scene in 2012 with good performances, they still feel there is unfinished business with Call of Duty. They stated that they believe “that there was still more to achieve; more silverware to be won. We’re proud now to be able to put that right as we resume competition in one of the world’s biggest eSports titles”.
With this announcement, their Call of Duty team roster will consist of Thomas ‘Tommey’ Trewren, Matthew ‘Skrapz’ Marshall, Gurdip ‘SunnyB’ Bains, and Bradley ‘Wuskin’ Marshall. Tommey, Skrapz, and SunnyB all are of the former Epsilon famed roster and Wuskin is the addition to that foundation.
FNATIC CGO, Patrik ‘cArn’ Sattermon commented that they “have had a dialogue with Tommey for many years about establishing a strong UK roster and we are now confident that him and his teammates got what it takes to once again put FNATIC on the Call of Duty map”.
The all UK squad will be based in their home nation and will compete for the first time at Gfinity’s CWL London tournament being held January 26th-29th of this year.