Los Angeles Guerrillas have officially announced their roster for the 2021 Call of Duty League season. After an unsuccessful inaugural season, the Los Angeles Guerrillas only kept Reece “Vivid” Drost from their original roster. The remainder of their original roster has yet to find themselves on another team. However, there are still multiple rosters that have yet to be formed like the Paris Legion, Florida Mutineers, and London Royal Ravens.
The Guerrillas team now consists of Bryan “Apathy” Zhelyazkov, Justin “Silly” Fargo, Adam “Assault” Garcia, and Vivid. These four will be playing on their main roster while an additional four will be playing on their academy roster. The Call of Duty League made several changes ahead of the 2021 season along with who all can partake in Challengers. Last year several substitutes were unable to participate in Challengers due to rules with them being on a team already.
For the 2021 Call of Duty League season this rule has been changed, allowing substitutes to also play for a franchised team in Challengers. Los Angeles Guerillas will consist of Billy “MentaL” Putnam, Martin “Chino” Chino, Kaden “Exceed” Stockdale, and Dylan “Nero” Koch. Both Chino and MentaL will be substitutes for the main roster while also playing on the academy team.
LAG look to bounce back in 2021
Los Angeles Guerrillas found little success during the inaugural franchised season of the Call of Duty League. Alongside the Seattle Surge, LAG struggled to win against most teams and placed in the bottom two at the Championship. They, unfortunately, made $0 in prize earnings for the 2020 Call of Duty League season with little room to grow.
The majority of the LAG’s rosters are made up of previous Minnesota Rokkr players. Silly and Assault both played on Rokkr’s main roster while Exceed sat on their bench as a substitute. While the Rokkr placed higher than the Guerrillas at the end of the season, they still had their issues. However, the individual players on this roster should give LAG some hope during the 2021 season.
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