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Eye 4 esports return to the Call of Duty Franchise

Thu 20th Apr 2017 - 4:24pm General

After a years hiatus, in one of the world’s biggest esports titles. We are delighted to announce our return to the European Call of Duty Franchise with the aqusition of the Zealous esports roster

Introducing our new Call of Duty Infinite Warfare roster:

E4 CoD

Jordan ‘Kruzn’ Yates

Martin ‘Trance’ Beaumont

Olav ‘Fjeldzy’ Hansen

Ben ‘BennyG’ Garland

 

For E4, it is a return to the esports title in which our organisation was founded upon. Since leaving the scene in the earlier stages of Black Ops 3, we have been waiting patiently for the right opportunity to make our return to the competitive Call of Duty scene. As a brand, we achieved great success within Call of Duty, and believe this roster has the potiential to see similar success and compete at the highest level against the industry's best teams.

We are very excited to return to our established roots and would like to thank our Call of Duty fans who have continued to support us, despite our lack of presence in competitions for nearly 12 months. As always we will keep you updated on the progress of the new team. In the meantime, you can follow and interact with the players on Twitter.


Kruzn had this to say upon joining E4:

“We are extremely happy to have been given the opportunity to join Eye 4 esports and we also think that it is a great move for us as a team. Going forward, we are looking to improve upon our previous performance at I60, where we have shown that we can go toe-to-toe with the top European teams, so with more practice in the up and coming 2Ks and building upon the chemistry that we have already developed in such a short period of time, we are only going to get better and this will all ultimately lead up to qualifiers for season 2 and Champs.”

 

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