The first couple of months of 2017 were not good at all for Adam ‘Killa’ Sloss. He is one of the veterans of the Call of Duty competitions. Back in the days of Black Ops II, Killa was competing professionally. During that time his greatest achievement was winning the title of the world champion. This title will remain one of the biggest achievements that Killa has accomplished in his long lasting career. Besides that, after winning the world champion title, Killa went on, together with his team at that time, Fariko Impact. His team won the first four Major LAN tournaments that feature Call of Duty: Black Ops II competition.
‘Killa’ Stepping down for a Break
However, all of that is in the past, but Killa cannot brag about that kind of achievements in the most recent period. In January 2017, Killa announced that he will be joining the newly formed eSports organization called Insomnia and that they will be competing at the MLG Atlanta and ESWC 2017. The expectations from that team were big not only from the fans but also from Killa and other players on the team. However, it did not go as expected. The CWL Atlanta was a total disappointment for Adam Sloss and his Insomnia because they finished that tournament in 33rd-40th place. Disappointments, however, did not stop there because in February, Insomnia went on to play at CWL Paris and they finished that tournament in 29th-36th place.
After CWL Paris, Killa confirmed that he will be stepping down from the team. He was taking a break from the competitions. However he stated that he would stay in the Call of Duty scene by streaming on his Twitch account. However, he did not say that he will be leaving Call of Duty competitions for good. He might be returning to competitive CoD play in the future. According to his words, he will be returning to the professional competitions in the case of the right opportunity.
Killa Looking For New Opportunities?
It seems that the right opportunity might be underway for Killa. He recently tweeted that he is a free agent right now and that he might be open to negotiations with some eSports organization about making a return. With that being said, it seems that Adam Sloss just could not stay away from the Call of Duty competitive play and that the prospects of the upcoming tournaments have made him return to playing professionally. His latest tweet on this issue also suggested that he will not be egoing when it comes to his return which means that he is ready to play with players who might have lower scores in skills and that would not be the problem for him at all.
If Killa decides to come back, there is a strong possibility that we might see him in action in the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2 and the online qualifiers for this tournament will be held in May. That means that Killa might be returning very soon. If he, for some reasons, decides to skip CWL Global Pro League Stage 2, the next tournament that might see Killa returning will be CWL Anaheim. It will be held in June. All in all, Adam Sloss is one of the most popular Call of Duty players ever. Having him back in the game is a positive thing for all involved in the Call of Duty eSports competitions.