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CoD pro Skrapz continues to tease FaZe Clan move with new PlayStation ID

by Matt Porter

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Call of Duty pro player Matthew ‘Skrapz’ Marshall has continued to tease a potential move to FaZe Clan by updating his PlayStation Network ID to include the legendary organization’s name.

The Call of Duty roster transfer period is now open, allowing organizations to sign, release and transfer players to other teams in the hopes of strengthening their squads.

Organizations will be looking towards the return of the CWL Pro League as they attempt to finalize their rosters, with the competition set to restart on May 13.

Skrapz is one of the biggest names in European Call of Duty.


What’s going on with Skrapz and FaZe Clan?

With Red Reserve’s time in Call of Duty seemingly coming to an end, rumors have been flying as to where the former lineup would go, with notorious leaker CoDBurner at the center of the speculation.

According to the CoDBurner, FaZe Clan are going to purchase Red Reserve’s spot in the CWL Pro League for themselves after missing out on the competition with a poor performance at the Pro League Qualifier.

While the organization holding the spot may change, it seems two players will remain - with Skrapz and Red Reserve teammate Trei ‘Zer0’ Morris believed to be joining Tommy ‘ZooMaa’ Paparatto, McArthur ‘Cellium’ Jovel and Dillon ‘Attach’ Price for the remainder of the season.

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Skrapz looks set to join FaZe Clan for the remainder of the CWL Pro League.


Skraps teases FaZe Clan move

With fans of both the player and the organization eagerly awaiting confirmation of the CoDBurner’s rumors, Skrapz has used social media to tease the possible move, making a number of mentions to the team that is believed to be his new home.

Following the news that PlayStation 4 owners can change their ID on PSN, Skrapz used the opportunity to change his name on the console to ‘FaZeSkrapz-’, a fairly obvious hint at his future in Call of Duty.

This isn’t the first time that Skrapz has tweeted about his potential move, using FaZe’s motto in a tweet on April 11.

Neither FaZe Clan or Skrapz have made an official announcement, but it seems likely that fans will get confirmation of the move before CWL London, which kicks off on May 3. 

Of course, if CoDBurner is wrong and Skrapz has been messing with Call of Duty fans, it may go down as one of the best trolls in the history of the esport.