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Seattle Surge’s Enable benched from Call Of Duty League roster

Seattle Surge player Ian “Enable” Wyatt has revealed he’s been benched following poor results in the Call Of Duty League.
Seattle Surge’s Enable benched from Call Of Duty League roster
  • Enable explained during his Twitch stream he's been benched from Seattle Surge
  • The team have only won one of their five matches so far in the COD League
  • It's unclear which substitute player will take his replace
  • Seattle Surge have had a disappointing opening to the Call Of Duty League season, but it seems the team is shaking up its roster for future matches.  

    Speaking during his Twitch stream, Ian “Enable” Wyatt stated he had been benched from the team – indicating they’ll be using one of their substitute players Casey “Pandur” Romano or Nicholas “Proto” Maldonado moving forward.  

    Replying to a comment asking how scrims were going, Enable said: “We have not scrimmed. I actually got benched, for the time being. I think they’re starting up tomorrow maybe, I don’t know.”

    It’s unclear who will be replacing him between Pandur or Proto for the next homestand, with Seattle Surge’s next games taking place in the Los Angeles homestand on 7th March.  

    Seattle Surge currently sit at 10th place out of 12 teams in the standings, winning only one of their five matches so far. 

    At the London Home Series, Seattle Surge were eliminated in the group stages by Dallas Empire. They managed to beat LA Guerrillas, but were beaten again by Dallas Empire in an elimination match.  

    Call Of Duty League points

    Seattle Surge won’t be playing matches at the next Call Of Duty League homestand, which takes place in Atlanta on 22nd February.  

    Chicago Huntsmen have become the dominant force in the league so far, topping the standings with 70 CDL points.