CWL Pro League Roster Changes 2018 ahead of CWL Seattle Open from 20th April

Call of Duty teams has seen quick roster changes in previous years but now with the involvement of good amount of money and contracts, the top teams and players are going for stability.

This season we have seen very few roster changes during the transfer period, which has become one of the most exciting parts of the Call of Duty season

FaZe clan has won the first stage of CWL Pro League and after their winning transfer window gets opened on April 9th and will close on April 13th. The transfer period states that the two players from Stage 1 must remain in each team to keep the Pro League spot for stage 2.

Check down the list below of 16 CWL Pro League teams from Stage One and the CWL Pro League Roster Changes changes confirmed or that will occur

CWL Pro League Roster Changes

Last Date of Update – 10th April

Confirmed Changes

Rise Nation

Gunless
TJHaly
Loony
Slasher (In) Methodz (out)

Team Kaliber

Accuracy
Fero (In) Chino (Out)
Kenny
Methods (In) Theory (Out)

Going for Change

Evil Geniuses

Aches
Apathy
Enable
NAMELESS (Out)

Team Envy

Huke
Temp
Classic
Slasher (Out)

UNILAD

Skrapz
Wuskin
Seany
Moose (Out)

Reckless

Ricky
Fero (Out)
Decemate
Blazt

Expected Changes

Epsilon eSports

Dqvee
Vortex
Hawqeh
Reedy

eUnited

Clayster
Arcitys
Prestinni
SiLLY

Team Vitality

Riskin
Malls
Wailers
Zayrox

Team with No changes

OpTic Gaming

Scump
Crimsix
FormaL
Karma

FaZe Clan

Attach
ZooMaa
Priestahh
Replays

Luminosity Gaming

JKap
John
Octane
Slacked

Red Reserve

Rated
Joee
Joshh
Zer0

Splyce

Bance
Madcat
Tommey
Jurd

Echo Fox

Saints
Assault
Faccento
Aqua

Mindfreak

Buzzo
Denz
Fighta
Shockz

The Call of Duty Seattle Open will take place at the CenturyLink Field Event Center from April 20th-April 22nd and will feature 160 teams and pool prize of $200,000. It will be interesting to see how things and teams unfold before the Seattle Open begins

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