Spanish CoD team Giants have signed TojoR to an unusually long contract

Matt Porter

Spanish Call of Duty team Vodafone Giants have renewed the contract of their captain Toni ‘TojoR’ Jordà – and it’s safe to say he won’t be leaving any time soon.

The Spaniard has signed a new deal with the Giants that will see him remain with the organization for the next five years, up until December 2023.

TojoR is currently in his second spell with the organization, having represented them during the 2012 season, and returned to Giants back in 2015. By the end of his contract, Jordà will have been a part of the team for nine years, an impressively long stint in the esports world.

In a statement posted on the Vodafone Giants website, Tojor stated; “Vodafone Giants is my home and has been part of my life for years, and I do not see myself anywhere else competing in Call of Duty, so it was a natural step to renew my contract.”

The player thanked the organization for their support saying he was grateful “for the demonstration of confidence”, and stated he would continue to give his best to the team.

Vodafone Giants owner José Ramón Díaz shared his joy at the renewal, stating that TojoR was “not just any player. He is the captain and a core member of Giants”, and expressed his delight that they would be able to continue their relationship with TojoR.

The news that TojoR has resigned with the Spanish organization ends the rumours that Giants were considering leaving the Call of Duty esports scene, and ensures that one of Spain’s best known teams will continue to appear at tournaments.

While TojoR is now confirmed to continue representing Giants heading into Black Ops 4, the identities of his teammates are yet to be revealed.