Despite signing with Krisis Gaming in September, Adam ‘KiLLa’ Sloss and his teammates are now searching for a new org following the apparent disappearance of esports org.
Before the Black Ops 4 season has even gotten underway, there’s already one less organization in the fray as Krisis Gaming has deleted all their social media accounts and disappeared off the grid.
This means that, after just signing with the team in September, KiLLa, along with teammates Eic ‘TwiZz’ Servello, Teegan ‘TcM’ McCarthy, Joey ‘SupremeAgility’ Torres, and Tyree ‘Legal’ Glover, are now in search of a new org for the upcoming season.
The news was announced by TwiZz on Twitter, with the player confirming that they “have been putting in the work and will continue to do so.”
Myself @KiLLa_Sloss @TyreeLegal @TcM603 and @SupremeAgility are a looking for an organization to represent for the Blops4 season! We have been putting in the work and will continue to do so. Contact any of us! Retweets appreciated.
— Easy E (@Twizz) October 22, 2018
Each player on the team retweeted TwiZz’s Tweet but didn’t seem to have much more to add on the situation.
Krisis Gaming was a brand-new organization in the esports scene, with the pickup of this squad for the Black Ops 4 season being their first foray into competitive Call of Duty.
No official announcement was made, but the deletion of all their social media accounts was a clear sign that the organization has disbanded just over a month before the season was set to begin.
As one of the most storied players in Call of Duty history, KiLLa shouldn’t have too much trouble finding a new org ahead of the season.
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The 2013 World Champion will have about a month to find a new banner to fly under with CWL Vegas set to kick off December 7 as the first event of the Black Ops 4 season.