All of us at H2K are delighted to announce our official entry into Call of Duty!
Call of Duty has been arguably the biggest game in console esports over the past 5 years and is set to have record breaking numbers with the debut season of the Activision-Blizzard ‘World League’ just around the corner.
We felt strongly that this was an opportunity that we simply couldn’t pass up and set out to find the right team to join the H2K family.
Please join us in welcoming the new H2K Call of Duty roster!
Damod “FEARS” Abney
Tyree “LegaL” Glove
Phillip “PHiZZURP” Klemenov
Andres “Lacefield” Lacefield
“H2K started as an FPS org way back in 2003 with CounterStrike and Call of Duty, so it seems only fitting that with the creation of the first true Call of Duty eSports league, that we return to the scene with a strong competitive lineup. We have great faith that this team has the ability to compete with the best and be strong ambassadors for the sport and H2K.” – Richard Wells, H2K CEO
“Joining H2K is something we all thought would be best for us. The potential of success we could see in the future with this organization is unlimited. Our one and only goal for 2016, is for our new organization to be known as the most dominant team in the Call of Duty World League/Season.” – Damod “FEARS” Abney
Previously of ‘Apotheon Esports’, the 4 man squad took down Orbit and steamrolled through E6 among others on their road to qualification. The Journey through the World League is set to begin Tuesday 12th January as they take on Dream Team.
Getting more involved in the North American scene is something that we believe is important as we look to engage as many avid esports fans around the world as we can. This is the first of many major stepping stones for H2K, and we expect to have further good news as we take on the early months of 2016.
You can watch the games on: Twitch.tv
And catch up with news and result at Call of Duty: World League
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