Following the first North American Call of Duty 2K Series Tournament on November 12th, another high profile player Jordan ‘ProoFy’ Cannon has announced he is a free agent.
Taking a slight hiatus during the CoD: Infinite Warfare season, ProoFy announced that he would be returning to competition under Next Threat, a new squad formed by Doug ‘Censor’ Martin.
Alongside fellow veterans Rick ‘Ricky’ Stacy and Marcus ‘MiRx’ Carter, the roster hoped to rejuvenate their careers after poor placings in recent seasons, especially with the franchise finally returning back to traditional ‘boots on the ground’ combat in CoD: WWII.
In the first opportunity for the new lineup to obtain a substantial amount of Pro Points in order to assist in seeding for the upcoming CWL Dallas Open in early December, Next Threat ultimately fell short by losing out to an amateur team named ‘eBandits’ in round 5, thus falling short of the top 32 placing necessary to earn points.
The following day, ProoFy announced to fans on Twitter that he was no longer with the Next Threat squad, declaring himself a Free Agent.
F/A for WWII, bang my line
— OpTic ProoF (@ProoF) November 14, 2017
With Damod ‘FEARS’ Abney released from eRa, ProoFy’s announcement came as the 2nd high profile roster change after the November 12th 2K.
As of writing, it is unknown if the veteran player has any potential team offers lined up, or the background behind him deciding to leave the Next Threat Squad.
Results of the first North American 2K Tournament of the 2018 CWL season can be found right here.