The rising fame and popularity of esports has allowed it to spread it wings and set more opportunities for players, as well as exciting tournaments for fans in Toronto. The Call of Duty World League season is upon sports fans, and Toronto is confirmed to be one of the seven host cities for the league. The Call of Duty team in Toronto has already hired a General Manager to get them all set and ready to go! It is an exhilarating time for all Call of Duty fans, as it is set to transition into a franchised league for its next season, with a home and away format in its inaugural campaign.

The hype is real, you guys! Here’s everything you need to know about the CWL Championship.

 

The Dream Team

The exclusive Call of Duty team will feature some of the most dedicated players from Toronto, who are honored to represent such an amazing city. The team is pumped up and ready to compete and bring the victory home. The players are competent and understand the mature and gory nature of the game with strong and suggestive themes, and the sportsmanship and spirit required to keep up with this immersive multiplayer game.

OverActive Media is the parent company of Splyce, and own a slot in CWL. They have already prepared a promising line up of some of their best players for 2019. Jordan ‘Jurd’ Crowley, Daniel ‘Loony’ Loza, Ulysses ‘AquA’ Silva, Donovan ‘Temp’ Laroda and Cuyler ‘Huke’ Garland are the players on their roster that are slated to make the transition!

 

New General Manager for COD Toronto

The organizations that are responsible for bringing you this game have been busy in the formation of a strong and capable managerial and administrative staff who can shape and establish the structure of the Toronto esports team. Dominique Gelineau was hired as the General Manager on August 13th to lead the inaugural campaign. The excitement and zeal was evident by their tweet “WE GOT STAFF,” and “It’s our pleasure to introduce Dominique “@wi5dom12″ Gelineau as General Manager of COD Toronto! Be sure to give her the warmest of welcomes.”

The young and talented lady may not have much experience, but she more than makes up for it with her recruitment skills and talents to bring out the best in her team. This will also prove to be a good thing for the CWL Championship 2019 that is currently taking place in Los Angeles, CA. Gelineau’s tweets represent her excitement and commitment towards the Toronto esports team.

“I am so excited to get started building a competitive CoD Toronto team for next season,” she tweeted. “I’m in LA right now for CoD Champs and getting to know our players and support staff. This is a dream job, and I can’t wait to deliver for all Toronto fans.”

Although her recruitment skills are exceptional, she would obviously not be doing much of it, as her organization already have several prominent players lined up to represent Toronto, but the responsibility to bring out the best in them rests upon her shoulders.