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Attach Has Provided an Update About FaZe Clan's Call of Duty Roster Amidst RosterMania Rumors

by Albert Petrosyan

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FaZe Clan professional Call of Duty player Dillon 'Attach' Price is the latest to pitch into the CoD RosterMania discussion.

The former World Champion released a video on May 2nd providing an update about the FaZe roster going forward in the current CWL season.

The results of the recent CWL Seattle tournament have re-sparked the frenzy of RosterMania, during which players, teams, and organizations all look to make the changes they feel will put them in a better position to succeed.

This cycle of RosterMania has included rumors of massive roster changes involving the likes of FaZe, OpTic Gaming, and other big orgs and names.

One rumor that has been repeated throughout claims that Attach's FaZe teammate and Pro League Stage One Playoffs MVP Thomas 'ZooMaa' Paparatto was set to move to OpTic ahead of the May 7th roster lock.

However, Attach has put these theories to rest as he has announced that the Stage One champions will not be making any roster changes this CWL season.

"But first, let me do the hot one right here. My team, FaZe Clan, there has been a lot of rumors that ZooMaa is leaving to OpTic Gaming and there's been a few other rumors and stuff like that. But FaZe Clan is not changing. We are not making any roster changes. The team is staying the same so, there you go, that's been confirmed so everyone that's in my stream, in my mentions, and on Reddit saying that we need to find a new fourth is just not right because we are sticking together. So me, Priestahh, ZooMaa, and Replays are still a team of four going into the second half of the year, Season 2, Anaheim, and Champs."

 

Attach's statements were very clear and straightforward in confirming that ZooMaa will be a member of FaZe for the remainder of the current CWL season.

With that now being official news, it will be interesting to keep an eye on whether the other mega rumors of RosterMania, especially regarding OpTic, also turn out not to be true.