Splyce Call of Duty player Jordan ‘Jurd’ Crowley has finally shed some light on what’s in store for him for the Black Ops 4 season.
After being silent on his future with Splyce, Jurd has confirmed on Twitter that he will be moving to the United States to continue competing under the org.
Although it hasn’t been confirmed, he will likely be staying in a team house with his new teammates, one of which has been confirmed to be former Team Kaliber player Lamar ‘Accuracy’ Abedi, who signed with Splyce on October 2.
If you haven't figured it out by now, yes I will be moving to America next season to compete under @Splyce. More to come in the next couple of days regarding our roster.
— Jurd (@jurd) October 2, 2018
The fate of Splyce’s Call of Duty roster has been up in the air after the departure of Dylan ‘MadCat’ Daly, Joshua-Lee ‘Joshh’ Sheppard, and Ben ‘Bance’ Bance after the conclusion of the WWII season.
The previous season was a rough one for Splyce, as the team struggled to find much consistency all season long.
Despite a strong second-place finish at CWL Birmingham in April, Splyce failed to finish higher than 9-12 in the final few events of the season. Their season came to a poor end with a 17-24 finish at Champs.
While the majority of the roster left the team following the season’s disappointing end, Jurd will be the lone returning member going into Black Ops 4.
Jurd may not be the only EU based player that makes his move Stateside to compete.
With the recent CWL rule changes allowing players to cross regions without limitation, the remaining three players Splyce will need under the new 5v5 competitive format could come from anywhere in the world.
We shouldn’t have long to wait for more news, though, as Jurd stated that more should be revealed “in the next couple of days.”