A couple of days ago we wrote about the rumours about Preston ‘Priest’ Greiner leaving his current team, The Gosu Crew, and joining another Call of Duty eSports organization, Enigma 6. Even though just until a couple of days ago, there was talk about Priest being seen with the members of Enigma 6 at their practices, it seems said transfer will not be happening anytime soon. More importantly, Priest will not be moving to Enigma 6 before the start of CoD World League Global Pro League that will be starting on April 21st. If you remember, we talked about in our previous article about the regulations for the teams’ rosters and how teams are not allowed to make a change for big tournaments. More precisely, the roster of the team that competes at the CWL Dallas Open needs to be the same roster that will participate at Stage 1 of the Regular Season.
Enigma 6 Looking for a New Team Mate
Enigma 6 is looking for a new player that will be replacing Mike ‘MRuiz’ Ruiz who will be retiring for unknown reasons, and that was confirmed by the team and by the Enigma6 players. However, his retirement came in a very tricky time for Enigma6 because of those regulations, but Enigma6 hoped that might go through because of the extenuating circumstances, but that did not happen. However, the transfer of Priest from The Gosu Crew to Enigma6 was not officially confirmed by either of these teams, and only a couple of days ago, the co-founder of The Gosu Crew said that Priest is still under contract with TGC and that means that no transfer will be happening anytime soon.
On the other hand, the captain of the Enigma6 Call of Duty team, Jordon ‘General’ Holloway said that Enigma6 will not be making any roster changes in the upcoming period and that despite MRuiz retirement announcement he will be a member of the team at the upcoming event. He stated that he was aware about the questions being raised about the Enigma 6 roster for the upcoming tournament and he proceeded to announce that Porto, Kade, General and MRuiz would be a part of the lineup. He added that it was a hope for all at the team that they can make the playoffs of S1 and added that Mruiz’s reasons for leaving the team are personal and will not be affecting his performances for S1. General proceeded to thank the fans for their excellent support which they have been giving the team with the entire situation and promised that everyone on the team would do their best to perform at the highest level in S1.
With this issue of roster changes finally being put to bed, both teams will be able to focus on their next appearances at the tournaments that will be starting very soon. For Enigma6, they will be heading for CWL Global Pro League where they will be playing against Red Reserve, Elevate, OpTic Gaming in the Group Green. On the other hand, The Gosu Crew will be making their preparations for the CWL Anaheim tournament that will be played in June.