In their first announcement of the season, Dallas Call of Duty has added James “Clayster” Eubanks to their roster. This is the first in a string of announcements for Dallas, as they’ll be revealing a new player each day this week. Clayster, formerly of eUnited, is coming off a World Championship season with his former team. eUnited, led by Clayster, took the CWL by storm in the final months, eventually winning COD Champs. Dallas’ new player is a 14-time champion in Call of Duty and one of the top Assault Rifle players in professional COD.
It’s been a long time coming for Dallas Call of Duty. They were among the first announced teams in the Call of Duty League but waited until now to make any kind of announcement. While it was a bit of a wait, it’s certainly worth it for Dallas COD fans.
“At this point in my career, that’s what I play for.
— Dallas Call of Duty (@COD_Dallas) October 14, 2019
Clayster, although older than most current players, is known for his competitive fire and leadership. He doesn’t put up ungodly stats most games, but it’s the little things he does that make all the difference. His experience, paired with an above-average skill set, made him a hot commodity on the free-agent market.
Excited to finally have all this set in stone and announced. Landed in the spot that I wanted, with the organization and the team that I wanted, in the place that I wanted. Ready to get back on the grind and keep these championships coming, lets get it @COD_Dallas
— Dallas Clayster (@Clayster) October 14, 2019
As mentioned above, this is the first of six announcements for Dallas this week. Each day this week will feature a new player reveal, with everything leading up to Saturday. In a live stream across all social media on Saturday the 19th, Dallas will unveil its new branding.
While we still have to wait for the official reveals, we do have a hint as to who Dallas will announce for their roster. Thanks to @INTELCallofDuty, the Dallas roster may already be known.
This roster is 99% likely to be legitimate, but we do still have to wait for it to become official. Once Friday comes, expect the Dallas roster to be:
What do you think of Dallas’ newest signing? Let us know, and keep up with Daily Esports for all CDL coverage!
Joey Carr is a University of North Georgia Journalism graduate. He has 5+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including Dreamhack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.