The Call of Duty League roster shuffle continued Friday as the Seattle Surge released Ian "Enable" Wyatt, Josiah "Slacked" Berry, Casey "Pandur" Romano, Nicholas "Proto" Maldonado and Bryan "Apathy" Zhelyazkov. The decisions leave only Sam "Octane" Larew on the remaining Seattle Surge roster.
Search and Destroy analyst Ted "TeddyRecKs" Kim also was released by the team.
You helped us start our journey and we are excited to see where yours takes you next.— Seattle Surge (@SeattleSurge) September 4, 2020
Thank you @Enable, @Apathy_BZ, @Proto626, @Slacked, @CaseyPandur, and @TeddyRecKs for representing the Seattle Surge during our inaugural season.
We wish you all the best of luck. 💙 pic.twitter.com/UqZfGNIagv
Seattle had a tough inaugural season in the Call of Duty League. Despite their decorated and experienced lineup, Seattle underwent several roster changes through the year, including the midseason retirement of legendary Call of Duty pro Damon "Karma" Barlow. The team finished in 11th-place overall in the regular season and was seeded into the single elimination portion of the Call of Duty League Championship's losers bracket, where they were eliminated 3-0 by the Paris Legion.
Octane has indubitably been the star of this lineup all year, putting up monstrous statistics despite Seattle's results. In champs alone, he had a 1.29 K/D and 109.25 slayer rating, second and first of all players at champs, respectively.