Representing InControl Gaming, Nelson, Riviction, and Demise will be looking for a new teammate heading into CWL Atlanta and Birmingham.
Entering his fourth year as a player in the top level of competitive Call of Duty, Brandon ‘Nelson’ McKinney is looking to make another serious push.
It appears that things did not work out between the InControl Gaming squad and Mike ‘MRuiz’ Ruiz, with whom they played in their last four online tournaments. With MRuiz gone, Nelson took to Twitter to assertively announce that a roster spot was open.
Me Riv and Demise need 1 for ATL/Birmingham, we are super legit nasty dont even like this tweet if you suck
— InC nel (@BNellyNelson) February 12, 2018
It is not yet clear who will take the fourth and final roster spot for InControl Gaming, but Nelson and Co. are clearly ambitious and have their eyes set on picking up a serious player.
Whether Nelson can get to the elite level of Call of Duty remains a question. His recent time with Rocket Esports was mired with relatively no success, with a top-24 placing at CWL New Orleans being their best achievement.
Although known as an exceptional talent in-game, Nelson
But the former Pnda Gaming star will do all he can to return to the form that saw he and his team qualify for and place 17th-24th at the 2016 CWL Championship.