Eye 4 Esports Return to the Call of Duty Franchise
With the return of boots on the ground combat to Call of Duty WWII, this has become one of the most anticipated titles in franchise history following three years of advanced movement system.
After an 18 months hiatus in one of the world’s biggest esports titles. E4 are delighted to announce our Official revival to the European Call of Duty industry with the unveiling of our new roster.
Introducing E4 Call of Duty
- Lewis ‘LewTee’ Todd
- Ryan ‘Ryzen’ Miller
- Andrew ‘HaZee’ Hayes
- Cameron ‘Cammy’ Mckilligan
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 have prominent history within Call of Duty, placing 3rd at Multiplay Insomnia 55 and qualifying for the 2016 SocialNAT Masters League. We believe this roster has the potiential to see similar success and compete at the highest level against the industry's best teams.
We are also very excited to see the return of E4's longest standing player, LewTee. Lewis Todd competed in 5 major events under the E4 Banner who up until last year, represented the organisation since our establishment; before signing for Wizards e-Sports Club
We would like to thank our Call of Duty fans who have continued to support us, despite our lack of presence in competitions for nearly 18 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.
LewTee had this to say:
“I am very excited to be joining back with E4. Despite it being 18 Months since I last played for the Brand, I have continued to do some behind the scene work with them and I am now looking forward to starting from where I left off. I am very happy with my team, in somewhat may be seen as an underdog selection, but all with the perfect mentalities to focus on long term practice. For any of the Spanish followers, we have exciting plans this year within Spain and will be using facilities there to train and improve. It will be a challenging year with new and old faces competing, but one we are all collectively looking forward to.”