Top 20 Call of Duty Teams Following CWL Dallas!

Get to know the top 20 Call of Duty teams following CWL Dallas!

With each new Call of Duty title usually comes roster changes and new faces to the Competitive Call of Duty scene. This year is no different. In the wake of CWL Dallas I put together a list of this year’s notable teams, as well as the names of each player on their current rosters (with a link to their bio’s).

Pool A:

Optic Gaming

Seth “Scump” Abner
Matthew “FormaL” Piper
Damon “Karma” Barlow
Ian “Crimsix” Porter

Enigma 6

Jordon “General” General
Brandon “Dashy” Otell (Former Team: Str8 Rippin)
Jacob “Decemate” Cato
Embry “Bevils” Bevil


Matthew “Skrapz” Marshall (Former Team: Fnatic)
Bradley “Wuskin” Marshall (Former Team: Fnatic)
Sean “Seany” O’Connor (Former Team: Red Reserve)
Tom “Moose” Handley (Former Team: Millenium)


Austin “SlasheR” Liddicoat
Nicholas “Classic” DiCostanzo (Former Team: Rise Nation)
Donovan “Temp” Laroda (Former Team: Str8 Rippin)
Cuyler “Huke” Garland (Former Team: Denial Esports)

Pool B:


Josiah “Slacked” Berry
Sam “Octane” Larew
Jordan “JKap” Kaplan (Former Team: Team EnVyUs)
Johnathan “John” Perez (Former Team: Team EnVyUs)

Ground Zero

Christopher “Parasite” Duarte (Former Team: Evil Geniusis)
Jeremy “StuDyy” Astacio (Former Team: Str8 Rippin)


Wailers “Wailers” Locart (Former Team: Supremacy)
Eddy “Malls” Maillard (Former Team: Supremacy)
Clément “RiskiN” Hattée
Arthur “Zayrox” Chabas (Former Team: eRa Eternity)

Pool C:

Team Kaliber

Dylan “Theory” McGee
Lamar “Accuracy” Abedi
Martin “Chino” Chino (Former Team: Ghost Gaming)
Kenny “Kenny” Kuavo (Former Team: Team JusTus)

Red Reserve

Joseph “Joee” Pinnington
Joshua-Lee “Joshh” Shephard (Former Team: Epsilon Esports)
Rhys “Rated” Price (Former Team: Elevate EU)
Trei “Zer0” Morris (Former Team: Splyce)

Rise Nation

Daniel “Loony” Loza
Ulysses “Aqua” Silva
Tyler “FeLo” Johnson
Tommy “TJHaLY” Haly (Former Team: Enigma 6)


Mitchell “BuZZO” Mader
Conrad “Shockz” Rymarek
Lincoln “Fighta” Ferguson
Denholm “Denz” Taylor

Pool D:


Ben “Bance” Bance
Jordan “Jurd” Crowley
Dylan “MadCat” Daly
Thomas “Tommey” Trewren (Former Team: Fnatic)

Epsilon Esports

David “Dqvee” Davies
Billy “Hawqeh” Harries
Stephen “Vortex” Allen
Nathan “Insanatised” Orton

Ghost Gaming

Michael “SpaceLy” Schmale
Andres “Lacefield” Lacefield
Chance “Maux” Moncivaez
Devin “LlamaGod” Tran

Evil Geniuses

Patrick “ACHES” Price (Former Team: Cloud 9)
Bryan “Apathy” Zhelyazkov (Former Team: Team EnVyUs)
Ian “Enable” Wyatt (Former Team: Faze Clan)
Anthony “NAMELESS” Wheeler

Open Bracket Winners:

Echo Fox

Brice “Faccento” Faccento (Former Team: Rise Nation)
Adam “Assault” Garcia (Former Team: Cloud 9)
Ranato “Saints” Forza (Former Team: Luminosity)
Pierce “Gunless” Hillman (Former Team: Faze Clan)

Faze Clan

Thomas “Zoomaa” Paparratto
Dillon “Attach” Price
Preston “Priestahh” Greiner (Former Team: Cloud 9)
James “Replays” Crowder

Next Threat:

Richard “Ricky” Stacy (Former Team: Str8 Rippin)
Douglas “Censor” Martin
Anthony “Methodz” Zinni (Former Team: Echo Fox)
Jared “Nagafen” Harrell (Former Team: Evil Geniuses)

Team Allegiance

Austin “Believe” Smith
Dakota “Nova” Williams
Mehran “Mayhem” Anjomshoa (Former Team: Lethal Gaming)
Tristan “Spoof” Green (Former Team: Lethal Gaming)

CWL Dallas, the first major LAN event in this year’s competitive Call of Duty season has just finished up and we were able to get a good look at each of these teams in action for the first time on the main stage! There were many exciting games this weekend and it looks to be a very promising year of Call of Duty ahead!

Which teams stood out to you? Were you surprised at which team was crowned champion? Follow and Subscribe to my social media channels and let me know what you thought of the event this weekend!

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