The Toronto Ultra Roster has been finalized. They are officially resigning Methodz and Bance for the 2021 CDL season.
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Methodz and Bance will be joined by their teammates from the initial 2020 Call of Duty League season, Cleanx and Cammy. The announcement was made official on the Toronto Ultra twitter on Tuesday, showcasing their entire roster after weeks of anticipation stemming from only Cleanx and Cammy resigning immediately in September.
The Toronto Ultra entered the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League with a full ten-man roster, more than any other team in the league. The Ultra ended up finishing seventh place in the regular season, winning only one online event, that being the Toronto Home Series. Toronto ended their season by placing top-six at the 2020 Call of Duty World Championship.
The Toronto roster that was able to win the team’s only home series of the year as well as pull off a Call of Duty Championship run was that of Methodz, Bance, Cleanx, Cammy, and Classic. Shortly after the conclusion of the World Championships, it was announced that the Call of Duty League would return to a 4v4 format rather than the 5v5 that was played for the past two years.
Since then, Toronto has released six players, that being five substitutes as well as their past starter, Classic. With the league changing back to the 4v4 format, there are 12 less starting roster positions for players to take.
The Toronto Ultra joins Chicago, Dallas, Minnesota, Seattle, and Atlanta in having their final starting roster finalized only a month after the 4v4 announcement.