Former Epsilon eSports Call of Duty player Jordan ‘Reedy’ Reed announced he has a full roster looking for a new organization.
After being released from Epsilon’s EU team on August 31st, Reedy has been a free agent and now appears to be ramping up his efforts to find a team.
Joining him on the roster are Stephen ‘Vortex’ Allen and Billy ‘Hawqeh’ Harris, who were both released from the Epsilon roster with Reedy.
The other two spots on the roster will be filled by Tom ‘Moose’ Handley, who competed alongside Reedy for Epsilon eSports back in the Black Ops 3 season, and Bjarne ‘Denza’ Sleebus, who played for Team Vitality last season.
This roster has been playing in MLG GameBattles under the name CuDi Boyz and won the competition held on October 28th.
So myself @SteVortex @Hawqeh_ @BSDenza and @Mooseman95 will be looking for a org for the upcoming season. We have 252k Pro points leading into Vegas, 100% will be in the 8 team play in for pool play. Any questions feel free to dm or email [email protected]
— Reedy (@Reedy_1905) October 29, 2018
This roster is a direct result of some organizations reevaluating their place in competitive CoD. Both Vitality and Epsilon's EU team have attended the Call of Duty Championships the last three years but the future for both organizations remains up in the air.
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