A few hours ago, Denial Esports tweeted that Adam “KiLLa” Sloss has joined the team. He is going to take part in the Call of Duty World League Anaheim Open event. KiLLa took over the role of Mike “Blfire” Glushenok who is no longer a part of Denial.
Apart from KiLLA, the other players that make the Denial team are Marcus “MiRx” Carter, Eric “TwiZz” Servello and the former Pnda player Jay “Prophet” Nicoletti.
KiLLa is a household name in the Call of Duty community. Denial Esports’ announcement has quickly become a trending topic on social media. Fans’ excitement was further fueled by the fact that KiLLA is now reunited with his former teammate MiRx and he joined the team just a week before a major LAN event.
Call of Duty fans associate the iconic KiLLa- MiRx duo mainly with the Call of Duty Championship in 2013 where they triumphed and scooped $1 million in prize money. However, this is not the sole CoD event they took part in as a team. They have also played Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and last December they finished among the best 20 players in the CWL Las Vegas Open.
As for KiLLa’s himself, he used to compete for Team FeaR, Fariko Impact, UniTe Gaming, Curse LV, OpTic Nation, Kinetic Empire, Cloud9. The last team he has played for was the Dream Team. KiLLa is also known for having won the first 4 major LANs in a row in CoD: Black Ops 2.
CoD fans also associate KiLLa with the proclamation that he was the best Search and Destroy Player in the world. Denial will surely count on his Search and Destroy skills to perform well at the CWL Anaheim Open. The LAN event is slated to kick off on June 16th.
As a matter of fact, the CWL Anaheim Open will be the first event of this kind for the Denial squad. Back in May, Denial Esports announced that it was returning to the competitive CoD space. The announcement came as a pleasant surprise to fans who have been waiting for such kind of news for 2 years.
Call of Duty fans’ have high expectations for the newly formed Denial roster. They did not miss to mention that back in 2015 the former squad has won the Advanced Warfare. Now, fans expect the new team to perform at the upcoming Call of Duty World League Anaheim Open as brilliantly as its predecessors did.