While we're only a few days into 2023, the Call of Duty League is actually already a fair distance through its 2023 season, due to it kicking off in December, and even concluding its first Major within the final month of 2022.
To this end, the second Major of the season is set to begin soon, and with this in mind, one team has already announced a change to its roster as it looks toward winning some tournaments.
It's the Los Angeles Guerrillas who has decided to release one member, bench two more, and then sign three new faces. It is Cuyler "Huke" Garland who has left the team, while both Travis "Neptune" McCloud and Kris "Spart" Cervantez have been benched. The new signings on the other hand are Adam "Assault" Garcia, Kaden "Exceed" Stockdale, and "JoeDeceives", each of whom will be joining Alec "Arcitys" Sanderson to make up the Guerrillas.
We'll get to see this iteration of the Guerrillas in action when Major II kicks off next week.