Looking ahead to the second half of the Call of Duty World League and the rest of the professional season, eUnited has made a team management change in hopes of returning to the distinction of being a top rated squad.  

Joining eUnited is Brice "Faccento" Faccento, a former CWL Open Champion and highly regard Call of Duty professional. After spending time with teams such as Rise Nation, Echo Fox, G2, and Evil Geniuses over the course of his career, Faccento made the decision earlier this year to step down from competing. On Faccento's decorated resume, you will find that in addition to his CWL Open Championship, he has placed 2nd, 3rd, and 4th in recent Call of Duty Championships.

When asked for a few words on signing with eUnited, Faccento had this to say: 

First off, I want to thank eUnited for this opportunity, I'm very excited to be a part of the organization and team. As a player, my best quality was the ability to create chemistry within a team with the goal of winning at all cost. I cannot wait to get to work with the team and help in any way possible to achieve the goal of a championship! 

The most exciting attribute of the team is the amount of potential I see. Clay's been doing this for a long time and we've always talked about teaming up throughout our years of competing against each other. I don't think I've beaten the twins.. ever. Then there are the explosive young guns Abezy and Simp who I am most excited to get to know. I'm thrilled to start the grind with these men and finish out the Call of Duty World League 2019 season with a bang! 

eUnited General Manager Matthew "Burns" Potthoff had this to add about his experience with Faccento:

I've known Brice for many years, and even teamed with him in AW for a couple events. He has an extreme talent with his shot calls and making any team he's competing with top contenders to win a championship. Brice has a selfless approach to the game and I'm hoping he can be a fresh voice to the team during their next month of practice before CWL London.
 

Leaving the eUnited family is Brian "Saintt" Baroska. Brian joined eUnited in March of last year and helped lead the eUnited Call of Duty roster to a fourth place finish at least year's Call of Duty World Championship.

I want to personally thank BrianSaintt for all of his hard work over the past two competitive seasons. His analyst work and leadership helped turn around a sinking ship and got us back on track during the WW2 season. I'm confident Brian will be valuable to any organization in the CWL and from everyone at eUnited we wish him the absolute best in his future endeavors. - Matthew "Burns" Potthoff

The team will now begin a rigorous practice schedule to prepare for the CWL London as well as their return to action in the second half of the Call of Duty World League.