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The Florida Mutineers will not be extending the contract of its Call of Duty League team for 2023

All five members have been released.

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We're getting ever closer to rostermania for the Call of Duty League, with this being when all the free agent players are available for teams to fight over and sign. While certain teams already seem to be opting out of rostermania for 2023, with the Los Angeles Guerrillas extending the contracts of five of its members already, another team, the Florida Mutineers has decided to fully embrace the chaos.

And this is because the Mutineers has announced that it will not be extending the contracts of any of its members for the next season.

"As of today, Brendan "2Real" Stockdale, Cesar "Skyz" Bueno, Christian "Yeez" Faircloth, Joseph "0wakening" Conley, and Michael "MajorManiak" Symaniak are unrestricted free agents for the upcoming Modern Warfare 2 season."

"We want to thank these players for representing our organization and being an absolute pleasure to work with through the highs and lows. Rostermania is gonna be wild. We'll have more information to share in the coming months."

The Call of Duty League 2023 year starts in a few days so expect a host of new signings and announcements in the months and weeks that follow that.

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