HavoK Esports Picks up a Team of Former Enigma6 Call of Duty Players
A team of four former Enigma6 players has reportedly signed with HavoK Esports for the Call of Duty: WWII season.
Consisting of Kelsey 'ExiB' Newsome, Mike 'MRuiz' Ruiz Evan 'Holler' Howard, and Kade 'Kade' Jones, the new HavoK team will be aiming to qualify for the Call of Duty World League on WWII.
All four players have represented Enigma6 in the past, most notably MRuiz and Kade who have featured been in and out of the organization on a number of occasions since 2015.
ExiB, MRuiz, and Holler have more recently featured on Projekt Evil but it appears that they are now linking up with Kade under the HavoK banner.
According to a report from Dot Esports, the players approached the organization about representing them, with Holler having HavoK experience of playing for them at the North American LCQ back in August.
For ExiB this will be the first full season where he is eligible to play at all tournaments, after falling foul of age restrictions in previous years.
The team was on show during the first online NA CWL 2K of the Call of Duty: WWII season but they failed to make it into the top 32 which meant that they earned no pro points.
Their next chance will be the November 19th 2K and a solid placing will be of crucial importance.
The reported HavoK Esports roster consists of:
Mike 'MRuiz' Ruiz
Kelsey 'ExiB' Newsome
Evan 'Holler' Howard
Kade 'Kade' Jones
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