Splyce Black, the second competitive Call of Duty team of esports organisation Splyce, has undergone a major roster change ahead of CWL Las Vegas, which will get underway in less than a month.
Ted “TeddyRecKs” Kim and Vlad “Ramby” Sanchez have announced that they will no longer be competing with Splyce Black in the upcoming Call of Duty World League tournament.
TeddyRecKs and Ramby joined Splyce Black less than a month ago. They were set to group up with a team of former Halo professionals following the end of competitive Halo 5. However, they are now looking for three new players to team up with.
The two CoD pros finished in the top 16 of last year’s CoD World Championship with Lethal Gaming. Two other players from that squad, Tanner “Super” Bowen and Alex “Zaptius”Bonilla, are both currently free agents.
Lethal Gaming disbanded ahead of the current campaign. However, the news has prompted rumours that last year’s Lethal Gaming roster could reunite for the Las Vegas tournament.
CWL Las Vegas gets underway on 7 December with 20 teams competing for a $250,000 prize.
What does the future hold for Splyce Black?
Splyce Black is set to compete in the CWL Las Vegas Open Bracket for one of four available places in the Pool Play stage.
A Splyce co-owner has reportedly claimed that the departures of TeddyRecKs and Rambo were mutually agreed. Splyce Black will continue to compete in Black Ops 4 with former Halo pros Jonathan “Renegade” Willette, Kevin “Eco” Smith and Braedon “StelluR” Boettcher.
It is currently unclear who Splyce Black will turn to in order to bolster numbers ahead of CWL Las Vegas. However, there is still veteran players available with plenty of experience to call upon. The likes of Jeremy “StuDyy” Astacio, Mikhail “Blfire” Glushenok and Jordan “ProoFy” Cannon are all potential options for the organisation.