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Eminence Announces His New Call of Duty Roster

The rostermania continues down under as Reef ‘Eminence’ Galloway announces his new Call of Duty roster for 2017.

The former Tainted Minds player was dropped by the organisation in favour of the ex-Orbit squad featuring Australia’s most achieved player, Denholm ‘Denz’ Taylor.

In a statement, the New Zealander confirmed that he had no hard feelings with the brand and completely understood the decision.

In the same speech he revealed that he’d be parting ways with Guy ‘Guydra’ Worthington in order to pickup Jai ‘Beastn’ Boone.

Completing the squad will be ex-Orbit player, Nathan ‘Bacabec’ Munro, who will replace Cody ‘Excite’ Rugolowho, the expected new fourth for Mindfreak.


Eminence explained his decision behind the move on Twitlonger, alongside revealing they’ll be announcing their new organisation in the very near future.

“We have been playing with Bacabec since his release from Orbit and he has proven to be a perfect fit for the team. In the past few days we have decided to replace Guydra for Beastn.

We’re sad to see Guy go but we felt that adding Beastn to the team will bring the slaying power that we were lacking to compete with the newly formed APAC rosters. Glad to have them join us!

We will be announcing a new home VERY soon! Just have a few minor details to sort out. I’m excited for the change that is happening & looking forward to see what we can do!”


Team Eminence

  • new zealand Reef ‘Eminence’ Galloway
  • new zealand Ryan ‘Killerpie’ Wallath
  • new zealand Nathan ‘Bacabec’ Munro
  • australia Jai ‘Beastn’ Boone

Related – APAC Online 2K Final Placements – January 8th

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