Epsilon Esports has announced its full roster for the Call of Duty: WWII season with the signing of Nathan ‘Insanatised’ Orton.
The exact Epsilon roster for the latest installment of the Call of Duty franchise has been a topic of conversation ever for a number of months.
There has been no announcement since Joshua-Lee ‘Joshh’ Shephard departed from the roster at the end of the Infinite Warfare Season in August.
However, the first European CWL 2K Tournament for Call of Duty: WWII gave fans an idea of what to expect, as Insanatised was seen playing with the remaining members of the Infinite Warfare roster.
Nothing was made official until November 14th when the organization announced that Insanatised would be joining the team on a permanent basis.
He will be joining Davis ‘Dqvee’ Davies, Stephen ‘Vortex’ Allan, and Billy ‘Hawqeh’ Harris as all three players chose to stay with the team following the conclusion of Infinite Warfare.
— Epsilon eSports (@Epsilon_eSports) November 14, 2017
Insanatised is a relatively unknown player on the international stage but has history with Hawqeh who he teamed with for a time during the Call of Duty: Ghosts season.
As a part of CheckMate the two players managed to achieve a top 6 placing at EGL 12.
While Hawqeh has gone on to win domestic titles and a top 12 finish at the 2017 Call of Duty World Championship, Insanatised has been relatively quiet during the advanced movement era of CoD, partly due to age restrictions.
Upon joining Epsilon, Insanatised said:
“I was so surprised when the opportunity arose for me to join this team but I’ve taken it with both hands and can’t wait to prove myself this year and make it a successful one”
The team managed a 3rd-4th place finish during the first EU CWL 2K, showing a great deal of promise.
The official Epsilon Call of Duty roster now consists of: