Dillon “Attach” Price is a submachine gun player in his second season with Minnesota Røkkr. In addition to his role as a professional Call of Duty player, Attach is an active streamer and content creator. He’s also established himself as a sought-after esports expert and media influencer. In 2021, he was a guest on the Fortune Brainstorm podcast, was featured in the IGN Compete series “Esports Armory” and appeared on a Call of Duty League edition of “Hot Ones”. Attach has been featured in, or quoted in, dozens of esports and gaming-related segments, articles and stories.
Before he was with Røkkr, Attach played for the New York Subliners for the first season of Call of Duty League franchise and before that, played for FaZe Clan and Evil Geniuses. In 2015, when he was 18, Attach became the youngest player ever to win a Call of Duty World Championship. Attach won Esports Play of the Year in 2018, was a 2019 CWL Pro League All-Star, and a 2020 Call of Duty League All-Star.
Preston “Priestahh” Greiner is a flex/AR player for Minnesota Røkkr in his second season with the team. He signed with Minnesota ahead of the Cold War season following a second-place finish at the Call of Duty League Championships in 2020 with Atlanta FaZe.
Priestahh started his professional career during the 2016 Black Ops 3 season playing for Pnda Gaming and qualified for his first-ever Call of Duty World League Championship. The following season in Infinite Warfare, Priestahh earned a spot on Cloud9 and a second appearance at the CWL Championship. He was signed by FaZe in 2017 for World War II and won season one playoffs and finished third at the CWL Championship. Priestahh then went on to play with 100Thieves for Black Ops 4 where he won back-to-back LAN events and placed second at the CWL Championship. In addition to grinding Call of Duty, Priestahh is an avid streamer and creator; he regularly competes in top Warzone tournaments and often plays and streams other games, including VALORANT and Apex.
Eli “Standy” Bentz is a submachine gun player for Minnesota Røkkr. He joined the team in March 2021, partway through Cold War, and immediately made his impact known on the team and across the league. Many credit Standy joining the team as a reason for Røkkr’s ability to turn around its gameplay in the second half of the season to ultimately win Major V in historic fashion and place fourth at CDL Champs. Widely recognized as one of the best young players in the CDL, Standy was a 2021 All-Star, the CDL Stage V MVP, and a CDL Rookie of the Year candidate. He is also nominated for Esports Awards’ Controller Rookie of the Year. He’s undoubtedly a player to watch heading into his first full season as a professional in Call of Duty: Vanguard.
Standy began his career playing Search and Destroy tournaments before moving into the Challengers scene at the end of Black Ops 4. During his time in Challengers, he played for Triumph Gaming and Aspire esports. Standy won six tournaments and the Challengers NA Call of Duty Champs alongside FeLo, Royalty, Nagafen, and Diamondcon during Modern Warfare. In 2020, he started Challengers NA Black Ops: Cold War under Triumph then formed a new team that won Challengers Cup #9 in March 2021, just before he signed as a starter with Minnesota Røkkr.
Havok launched his Call of Duty career in early 2014, and quickly made a name for himself as an extraordinary playmaker and S&D mastermind on
the amateur circuit. In 2019, Havok was a key member of Gen.G, and helped carry the team to two 2nd place Major finishes. Before the inaugural 2020 CDL season, Havok signed with Florida Mutineers, where he played a central role in securing three Home Series tournament wins over the course of the year. After the release of Call of Duty: Vanguard, Havok joined Texas Nation as an SMG player. Havok’s standout individual performance in the Challengers LAN at Major II made it clear that his explosive skills would be well-utilized as part of Minnesota Røkkr’s starting roster.
Brian “Saintt” Baroska is the head coach of Minnesota Røkkr and a former professional Call of Duty player. Before joining Version1 when Røkkr was founded in 2019, Brian coached and played professionally for eUnited until 2018. Saintt is a highly regarded veteran who began his professional career in 2008 with the release of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.
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NAME: Rasim “Blazt” Ogresevic
HOMETOWN: Chicago, IL
BIO: Rasim “Blazt” Ogresevic is a former professional Call of Duty player who most recently played with the LA Guerrillas in 2020 during the inaugural season of the CDL. Since then, Blazt has transitioned to a full time career as a content creator and Warzone streamer, competing regularly in top tournaments and events. He joined Minnesota Røkkr in April 2021 as the organization’s first-ever streamer talent.
BIO: Almond is a competitive Call of Duty: Warzone streamer who joined Minnesota Røkkr in June 2021. Almond is quickly gaining ground as a top competitor with multiple tournaments wins under his belt. He is currently one of the top Warzone earners of all time. His first major win was the $50,000 Chipotle Challengers Series Warzone Challenge in May 2020. Almond also won the $50,000 Twitch Rivals Warzone Tournament in April 2021. Prior to Warzone, Almond began competing in wagers and tournaments when Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 came out. At that point, he realized he had a future in streaming. In the past, he’s competed in other battle royales including Fortnite and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Blackout.
HOMETOWN: Alberta, Canada
BIO: Smixie is a competitive Call of Duty: Warzone player and content creator from Alberta, Canada. She joined Minnesota Røkkr as a streamer in June 2021. The first Call of Duty game Smixie played was Call of Duty: World at War Zombies. In 2017, when Call of Duty: WWII came out, she started competing in the amateur scene and began making a name for herself as a top female competitor. Six months into the release of Warzone, Smixie started joining high profile tournaments and has since won multiple events. She’s currently one of the top female earners competing in Warzone.