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A Halo legend has returned to the scene where it all started. Bradley “Frosty” Bergstrom has revealed that he’s joined the Sentinels Halo roster, effective immediately. Most recently, Frosty was playing for the Florida Mutineers in the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League. However, after the season ended in August, Florida decided to release him from the organization. After that, it looked like the former Halo pro would try to sign with another CDL team, but that didn’t seem to pan out. Now, he’s back on the game and the roster that he’s most known for.

Sentinels signs Frosty to complete its Halo roster

Sentinels signed arguably the best Halo roster in the world back in February of 2020. Consisting of world champions LethuL, Snakebite, and Royal2, there aren’t many better rosters in the scene. After all, they’d been together since the mid-2010s when they competed under a number of different organizations.

However, the three members were missing their fourth, which was Frosty. Obviously, Frosty decided Call of Duty held better opportunities, so he made the transition before the 2018 season. Eventually, Sentinels signed Bradley “aPG” Laws to be their fourth roster member.

However, this move didn’t quite work out, and here we are now. With Frosty not receiving much interest in the Call of Duty League, he’s coming back to Halo to join the most dominant roster in the esport’s history. The quartet most notably competed under OpTic Gaming, where they won dozens of tournaments and even took home a world championship.

For now, it looks like the roster will compete in the Halo 5 Pro Series and other tournaments until Halo Infinite releases sometime in 2021. This, of course, is barring any additional delays for the game.

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Joey Carr
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.