The Rostermania saga surrounding Call of Duty professional player Matthew 'Skrapz' Marshall appears to be nearing its end.
The former UNILAD player had spent the entirety of the current CWL season with the org before looking to make a move after the recent CWL Seattle event.
Despite a number of teams, both at home and abroad, reportedly showing interest in the Englishman, it initially appears that he was set to make a move to European org Red Reserve.
However, there seemed to have been a number of stumbling blocks on the way to making that deal happen, despite Skrapz saying that his current team supports his decision to leave.
With his move to Red Reserve seemingly having dried up, the pro player has apparently found a different organization to secure his services.
He went on Twitter on May 1st to drop some massive hints regarding his new team, which he has said he will announce on May 2nd.
Announcement tomorrow regarding the new roster!— skrapz (@skrapzg) May 1, 2018
I’ll give you all 1 clue, it’s an American team— skrapz (@skrapzg) May 1, 2018
B.— skrapz (@skrapzg) May 1, 2018
Currently there are seven teams in Division B of the CWL Pro League Stage 2 other than UNILAD.
Initially, it seemed that Skrapz's clue that his next team is American could have been a play on words, as Pro League participant Splyce are technically an American organization fielding a European roster.
However, Splyce are in Division A, which makes the situation even more unclear. Either Skrapz is offering false clues and will indeed be joining Splyce, or the league roster restrictions regarding the switching between regions have been lifted exclusively for him.
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