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Call of Duty • Apr 13, 2019

Livestream slip appears to confirm Team Envy and 100 Thieves CoD roster moves

Livestream slip appears to confirm Team Envy and 100 Thieves CoD roster moves
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100 Thieves and Team Envy roster changes are likely to be underway, as new information suggests that Bryan 'Apathy' Zhelyazkov has been dropped from the Envy lineup.

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Apathy already dropped from Team Envy?

Leading into Call of Duty’s third event of the season, CWL London, the pro teams have a transfer window in which they can make roster moves in preparation for the event.

It appears that roster moves between 100 Thieves and Team Envy have been confirmed to be underway, as Team Envy's Apathy removed the team from his Twitter bio, replacing it with simply 'Pro Call of Duty player for ?'.

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Apathy had also revealed the potential roster move on April 11, when he tweeted that he made a lot of mistakes in his professional Call of Duty career and that he needed to be "more selfish".

Following this, it appears that the roster move is a done deal, after some of the pro players slipped up by revealing that Apathy was indeed dropped, during 100 Thieves' Fero’s livestream.

Envy's Patrick 'ACHES' Price stated that he had used his Twitch Prime sub on Apathy, to which Midnight player Rasim 'Blazt' Ogresivic responded “And, you dropped him", - just before Fero could warn the player's that they were audible on his livestream.

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Fero and Decemate to Team Envy confirmed?

The suspected additions to Team Envy are likely to be 100 Thieves' Fero and, former G2 player Decemate, two players who were new to pro scene in the WWII season, when they made a name for themselves playing together on eRa Eternity.

This was rumored to be Envy's new roster move in place of Assault and Apathy, when Fero retweeted an old image of Decemate from their time under together under eRa, with the caption as "[That's] my duo."

Assault and (now potentially former) teammate SiLLY got in to a war of words on Twitter, debating why the team had failed up to this point in Black Ops 4, further indicating that a change is imminent.

Team Envy will be hoping to put their poor performances behind them as they try to build another championship caliber team, after picking-up the Evil Geniuses 2018 World Championship-winning roster.

It is still unknown which team Assault and Apathy will go to in advance of CWL London, although the speculation seems to suggest they will rejoin Evil Geniuses.

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