Mike Stubbs . People . Wednesday 8th March 2017 . 10:24
The European Call of Duty scene has been rocked by roster changes in recent weeks, with many of the top teams switching players in some way.
However the most interesting story was the one that apparently started it all. Josh ‘Joshh’ Sheppard who was a member of the Splyce team that was dominating all European teams, decided that he wanted to move over to Epsilon, a young team that wasn’t quite doing as well. This move was the first reported for this round of rostermania, but it quickly stalled.
Josh tweeted out that he was stuck, and would not be playing for a few months. This lead many to assume that Epsilon could not meet the buyout clause in his contract, and with a new player already signed Splyce were happy to let him sit and wait until his deal expired.
Now however Epsilon have confirmed that they have signed the English player and that he will be competing with the team effective immediately.
“I’m happy to be teaming with the new squad and we’re putting in a lot of work to make sure we qualify for S1 and do the damage we all know we can do,” said Joshh in a statement.