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North American Call of Duty esports organization Enigma6 has also made some changes to their roster before CWL London. Enigma6 has signed Eric “JetLi” Phan and Adam “GodRx” Brown.
These two players will replace Steven “Diabolic” Rivero and Martin “Chino” Chino’s spots on the team, who will go into free agency. However, Jordon “General” General, Matthew “KiSMET” Tinsley, and Bradley “Frosty” Bergstrom will remain on the team. Troy “Sender” Michaels will also remain as a substitute.
— Enigma6 Group™ (@Enigma6Group) April 20, 2019
Enigma6 currently have a 3-8 match record and play in Division B of the CWL Pro League. Similarly, Denial Esports and Elevate, which recently acquired Excelerate Gaming’s spot, also have the same match record in Division B.
New Enigma6 players
Eric “JetLi” Phan is an SMG support for Enigma6 Group. He last competed for Excelerate Gaming but was dropped from the roster after the organization sold their CWL Pro League spot to Elevate. He has also previously played for organizations like Midnight Esports and Revenge.
Adam “GodRx” Brown is a player for Engima6 Group. He last played for Cyclone and the Pittsburgh Knights, but recently has also held the role as a substitute for Evil Geniuses.
Enigma6’s new Call of Duty roster will play their first match together at CWL London, which takes place May 3-5. They will be in Pool A, alongside 100 Thieves, OpTic Gaming, and Team Reciprocity.
CWL London will be the first tournament of the season outside the United States. Teams play in the Copper Box Arena for $325,000 in prize money. Enigma6 has been labeled a dark horse by some in the community. The team excels in their Control gameplay, but they face three other top-tier teams as well.
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Ethan Chen is a writer with over 3 years of experience covering esports, gaming, and business.