Preston "Prestinni" Sanderson headlined the roster announced Monday by the Florida Mutineers, who became the final team to unveil its roster for the inaugural season of the Call of Duty franchise league.
The Mutineers also announced the hiring of coach Rocky "Atura" Lugo along with the signings of Bradley "Frosty" Bergstrom, Chance "Maux" Moncivaez, Colt "Havok" McLendon and Cesar "Skyz" Bueno.
Prestinni won the 2019 Call of Duty World League Championship with eUnited while teamed with twin brother Alec "Arcitys" Sanderson. Arcitys is not on the Mutineers' roster, marking the first time the brothers will not be teamed together since turning pro in 2016.
Prestinni, 20, first made waves by winning the 2017 MLG Atlanta event. He also helped eUnited to numerous notable finishes, including second-place finishes at this year's CWL Las Vegas Open and CWL London Open, along with a title in the CWL Pro League Playoffs leading up to the Worlds.
Frosty, 22, is a two-time Halo world champion who moved to Call of Duty with the Black Ops 4 season, playing for Enigma6 and Midnight Esports.
Maux and Havok spent the Black Ops 4 season with Gen.G.
Maux, 21, began his professional career in 2015 and has played for the likes of Ghost Gaming, Elevate, Str8 Rippin and Team Space, among others. Havok, 21, also turned pro in 2015 and was teammates with Maux with Str8 Rippin and Team Space while having also played for Cloud9, compLexity and Evil Geniuses.
Skyz is an assault rifle player who finished last season with Luminosity. He also played for UYU, Excelerate Gaming and Elevate in 2019.
The Call of Duty's inaugural season will begin Jan. 24.
-- Field Level Media