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Dillon “Attach” Price is competing in his third CDL 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.
Marcus “Afro” Reid launched his competitive gaming career at the age of 18 in the Challengers circuit for Black Ops 4, where he established himself as one of the European scene’s most promising young players. During the Modern Warfare season, Afro joined Team WaR, and the European prodigy delivered an astonishingly consistent performance—with Team WaR, Afro claimed seven first place tournament finishes in official CDL Challengers events. Afro was signed to London Royal Ravens as a substitute player during the Black Ops: Cold War season and joined the team’s starting roster shortly before the Major 4 qualifiers in 2021.
Cameron “Cammy” McKilligan is joining Minnesota Røkkr as a flex player after nearly three years on Toronto Ultra, where he played alongside fellow Minnesota Røkkr newcomer Bance. Cammy made a name for himself on the Challengers circuit for Black Ops 4, and the young Scottish player was signed to the starting roster of Toronto Ultra for the CDL’s inaugural season. Cammy’s Search and Destroy prowess in Modern Warfare was unmatched, and during his rookie season in the CDL, Cammy’s snappy aim and playmaking ability helped his team secure numerous meaningful wins at both online and offline events. Over the course of the Black Ops: Cold War and Vanguard seasons, Cammy emerged as a superstar flex player, delivering explosive performances in crucial games. Cammy’s first Call of Duty game was World At War, which his father bought for him as a Christmas gift.
Ben “Bance” Bance began his Call of Duty career in 2014, and quickly distinguished himself as one of the top European players after the release of Advanced Warfare. Bance has been actively competing in the CDL since the league launched in 2019, and is joining Minnesota Røkkr as one of the team’s SMG players after nearly three years as part of the Toronto Ultra roster. He is the highest earning European player in the history of Call of Duty.
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.
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.