Preston “Prestinni” Sanderson has signed with Chicago Huntsmen, the organisation has confirmed.
Prestinni, who previously played for Florida Mutineers, will now be reunited with his twin brother Alec “Arcitys” Sanderson on Chicago Huntsmen.
They both previously won the 2019 Call of Duty World League Championship together with eUnited, so we’ll have to see if the duo can pull off something similar in the 2020 Call of Duty League.
Prestinni stepped down from the Florida Mutineers starting roster in March citing mental health issues, and was replaced by Maurice “Fero” Henriquez on the line-up.
While Chicago Huntsmen are placed third in the Call of Duty League standings with 130 points, recently they’ve shown wobbles in their performance - failing to make it beyond the semi-finals at the last two home series events.
Today we are announcing the transfer of @Prestinni to another CDL team. We thank him for his tremendous effort and time with us. His passion for the game and competing will undoubtedly carry him far.— Florida Mutineers (@Mutineers) May 18, 2020
Best of luck and we'll see you again soon, World Champ 🏆 pic.twitter.com/wePUaXYi5P
Following the announcement, Prestinni wrote on Twitter: “I haven’t been this excited/motivated to compete and improve in a while. Grateful for the opportunity to play for a team like @Huntsmen.
“Getting to work immediately, gonna get this job done my friends. Thank you guys for the overwhelming support.”
It’s assumed Prestinni will be on the starting line-up for Chicago Huntsmen at the Seattle Surge home series starting 22nd May.