MarkyB Announces a Heartfelt Update Regarding His Future in Competitive Call of Duty

Mark ‘MarkyB’ Bryceland has announced an update on his future within the competitive Call of Duty scene following a season of turbulent placings. 

As one of the most well-recognized professional players within the European Call of Duty scene, MarkyB has played for some of the most well-recognized teams and organizations across the community.

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A longtime member of squads such as Team Infused, Millenium, and TCM-Gaming, he rejoined Millenium to kick off the highly-anticipated Call of Duty: WWII season and the return to ‘boots on the ground.’

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However, a collection of shaky placements saw him move to the likes of GGEA Purple and Team Vitality, although, was unable to put together a championship run, or qualify for the CWL Pro League.

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On May 24th, MarkyB announced that he will be ‘stepping down’ from competition for the time being in order to focus on other ventures down the line, and will ‘re-evaluate’ the situation in October.

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As of writing, it is unknown if MarkyB will take the route of fellow professional player Anthony ‘NAMELESS’ Wheeler and attempt to take media-related and analyst positions.

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is set to launch on Friday, October 12th.

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