Call of Duty pro player Ian 'Enable' Wyatt has announced that he is leaving Team Kaliber.
The longtime competitor is the third tK player to leave the org on August 28, as former teammates Kenny 'Kenny' Williams and Maurice 'Fero' Henriquez left the team earlier the same day.
Enable announced his departure from tK via a post on his Twitter page.
As of now I am no longer on @TeamKaliber I just want to say thank you to @KOSDFF for the opportunity and to all the tK supporters! I'm glad I could get a chip for the org. My fire is back. I'll also have more info soon
It appears that he leaves the org in good terms with owner Justin 'KOSDFF' Chandler, as the two exchanged pleasant messages on social media.
After spending nearly the past three years with FaZe Clan, Enable became a journeyman of sorts for the WWII season.
He started the season off with Evil Geniuses, but was let go in April, at which point he joined Lightning Pandas for the CWL Seattle Open, where his stellar performance earned him a move to Team Kaliber.
After joining tK, Enable used his veteran leadership and experience to lead the team to the Pro League Stage 2 crown, and a tough second place finish at the CWL Championships.
Although where Enable plays next remains unknown, his destination team could already be set in place, just as how both Kenny and Fero's transfer to 100 Thieves was decided but not immediately announced after their departure from tK.
Regardless, the loss of Enable leaves tK with just Lamar 'Accuracy' Abedi as the lone active player, although he too seems to be on the way out as he has removed all mention of tK from his social media page(s).
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