The frenzy of roster moves known as Call of Duty RosterMania has continued with yet another major announcement.
Team Kaliber announced on May 7th that they have acquired the services of longtime competitor Ian ‘Enable’ Wyatt.
Enable has of course been added as a replacement for Anthony ‘Methodz’ Zinni, who recently was involved in a highly publicized move to OpTic Gaming.
The former Halo professional has joined a tK roster that already includes established talent with the likes of Lamar ‘Accuracy’ Abedi, Kenny ‘Kenny’ Williams, and Maurice ‘Fero’ Henriquez.
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The roster move was formally announced on tK’s official Twitter page, confirming the rumors that had surfaced after Enable was seen recently filling in during team scrims.
We're excited to announce our new roster! Please welcome @Enable to #TKCOD! He will be joining @KuavoKenny @f3rocitys & @AccuracyLA at Stage Two of the #CWLProLeague #tKAllDay pic.twitter.com/XHuZiClDDr
— TEAM KALIBER (@TeamKaliber) May 8, 2018
Enable had this to say after his move to tK became official.
— Ian Wyatt (@Enable) May 8, 2018
Having joined CoD esports after leaving professional Halo in 2013, Enable competed for 9 different organizations before joining tK. He started the current WWII season as part of a brand new Evil Geniuses roster, before moving to Lightning Pandaz ahead of CWL Seattle.
At the event, Enable and his team went on a historic run that started in the Open Bracket and saw them qualify for the Winners Bracket after winning their Pool.