Toronto Ultra unveils roster for new season

The North American team Toronto Ultra has unveiled an updated roster for the new season of the Call of Duty League. As a result of the changes, Standy joined the team, while Scrappy became a full member of the starting roster.

The newcomer to the Toronto Ultra was Standy - the 21-year-old American has spent the last year and a half with the Minnesota RØKKR. Together with his former team, the esportsman became the winner of the Call of Duty League 2021: Stage 5 Major, and also got into the TOP-4 in the Call of Duty League 2021: Stage 2 Major and Call of Duty League 2021: Playoffs.

At the same time, the starting lineup of the team was replenished with Scrappy. The 20-year-old American has spent the last six months with Ultra Academy NA, along with being a substitute for the main team. Over the past six months, Scrappy has won Call of Duty Challengers 2022: Minnesota Open, Call of Duty Challengers 2022 - Elite 3: NA and Call of Duty Challengers 2022: Boston Open, as well as reaching the Call of Duty Challengers 2022: Finals.

Recall that last month Toronto Ultra announced the breakup with Cammy. At the same time, the 22-year-old Briton joined the Minnesota RØKKR team.

The new Call of Duty League season is rumored to start in December. As a result, the teams have enough time to prepare their squads for the start of the tournament season.

Updated Toronto Ultra roster for the new Call of Duty League season: