The Lethal Gaming Call of Duty team have announced their full squad for MLG Atlanta squad.
The $200,000 event will see 160 teams from North America and Europe descend upon the Georgia state capital, acting as the second large Infinite Warfare tournament of the season.
Playing together since the CoD XP qualifier on Black Ops 3, the team advanced to the world championship and despite impressive performances, were unable to get out of the group. They also attended MLG Las Vegas, finishing 17th to 20th after making it out of the Open Bracket.
It was previously thought that Michael ‘Beehzy’ Said had left after MLG Las Vegas, his Tweet turned out to be a hoax in order to make fun of his old teammate who had left, Nick ‘Hate’ O’Connor.
Replacing Hate in the lineup is another Canadian, former Most Wanted player, Mehran ‘Mayhem’ Anjomshoa.
Announcing via Twitter, Lethal Gaming didn’t make a statement regarding the change.
— Lethal Gaming™ (@LethalLLC) January 6, 2017