After losing two seasoned players over the summer, the Toronto Ultra has unveiled its starting lineup for the Modern Warfare 2 Call of Duty League season.
According to the organization’s announcement today, CleanX and Insight will continue to use the Ultra and will be joined by Scrappy and Standy.
Despite keeping its team from the previous year, which included CleanX, Cammy, Bance, and Insight, the runners-up in the Black Ops Cold War CDL Championship had a difficult Vanguard campaign.
The team had trouble scoring runs in Majors and only managed to win one tournament, the Kickoff Classic, at the beginning of the year. Toronto has to alter their roster for 2023 due to a lack of success.
The Next Step
Cammy and Bance, who had worked for the company ever since the team franchised in the Call of Duty League, were let go by the Ultra after CoD Champs 2022. Early in the offseason, Bance and Cammy were moved to the Minnesota RKKR. And now Standy, a former star for the Minnesota R-KKR, is joining the Toronto Ultra.
Standy is the second player from North America to join the team, which for the previous two years had only European players. Along with Standy, Scrappy will be the second new player added to the Modern Warfare 2 roster after being promoted from Toronto Ultra’s NA academy squad.
CleanX Insight, who made significant contributions to the Ultra’s victories over the previous two years, is joined by the two players.
Toronto may still be looking for a new head coach for the upcoming season even if its primary roster has been finalized. The organization has given MarkyB permission to consider his options this offseason. Since August 2019, MarkyB has been as Toronto Ultra’s head coach.