The third roster change period of the season opened on June 17 following CWL Anaheim, giving players just over three days to make alterations to their squads.
With such a short amount of time, changes have been happening at breakneck pace, and according to rumors, one of the biggest moves of the season could take place before the window slams shut at 6pm PST on June 20.
According to popular Twitter account CWL Intel, Envy might be losing their biggest hitter, suggesting that Huke will be revealed as the newest member of Splyce’s CoD roster.
The 19-year-old, who also competed as a professional Halo player, would be drafted in as the permanent replacement for Lamar ‘Accuracy’ Abedi, who announced he was a restriced free agent back on June 3.
Nick ‘Nolson’ Nolson was drafted in from the substitute position to take his place in the CWL Pro League and into Anaheim, but Daniel ‘Loony’ Loza’s tweet thanking the Brit for his efforts made it clear that his short time on Splyce had reached its conclusion.
According to the account, Huke will be joining Splyce on loan, presumably for the rest of the season, although his future beyond that deal remains uncertain.
Losing Huke would be a massive blow to a Team Envy squad which has struggled throughout the Black Ops 4 season, as he is regularly the player putting up the most kills for the squad.
It is believed that the team was originally built around him, but as the team's struggles have continued, including a shocking performance at CWL Anaheim which saw them lose four consecutive matches without winning a map, it seems both player and organization have decided to move on.
Of course, there’s no guarantee that this move will definitely take place, as the rumors are unsubstantiated and nobody from Team Envy or Splyce has spoken about Huke and a possible transfer. You can view a full list of confirmed moves using our CWL Rostermania transfer hub.
With just hours left to make roster moves, if this transfer does take place, we can expect to see official confirmation in the near future.
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