One of the most legendary Call of Duty players in the world, Adam ‘KiLLa’ Sloss has finally found a new home. Denial eSports announced that they have signed a contract with KiLLa just before the CWL Anaheim Open taking place very soon. For Denial eSports, he will be a great addition to the team. Considering KiLLa’s huge experience in the game, Denial eSports might be making some improvements for the next tournament.
Adam ‘KiLLa’ Sloss has been part of the Call of Duty eSports scene since 2012. Over the years he has gained huge experience in different Call of Duty titles. Because of that, KiLLa should not have a lot of problems with adjusting to the new team and other players. This is especially true because he has already played with one of those players for a long time.
Reuniting With MiRx
KiLLa will be joining Jay ‘Propher’ Nicoletti, Eric ‘Twizz’ Servello, and Marcus ‘MiRx’ Carter in the team. They will not have a lot of time to adapt because of the CWL Anaheim open. KiLLa already has a strong connection to MiRx as they have played together for several years.
Back in 2013, Sloss and Marcus ‘MiRx’ Carter played on the same team, Fariko Impact. Tt the time when Call of Duty Championship was taking place, they were one of the biggest favorites for the title. That turned out to be true as Fariko Impact together with KiLLa and MiRx won the $1 million tournaments. Until this day, this achievement is the biggest achievement that any of these two players have accomplished ever.
Besides, they have been playing together and in the same team during the entire Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare run. However, with the end of the last year, their paths have gone differently as they joined two different teams. Before each player going their way, their best result during the Infinite Warfare has been the finish in top 20 at the CWL Vegas Open that was held back in December.
After their short period of playing for different teams, these two players will be reunited once again. For Denial eSports, the connection that KiLLA and MiRx have while playing will be extremely valuable as they already know each other and how the other one is playing and what he can expect from him in the match.
KiLLa: The Legend Still Going Strong
Even though many believed that this might be the end of KiLLa’s career that did not happen as he does not want to end it because he believes that the can still give a lot to the competition and the fans. Because of that, he will be playing for a long time unless some unanticipated occurrences appear.
During one conversation that he had with reporters, KiLLa said that he is the best Search and Destroy player in the entire world. That might be one of the reasons why Denial eSports signed KiLLa as their Search and Destroy game has been terrible recently.
Fans will not have to wait a long time to see Sloss back in action as Denial eSports will be participating at the CWL Anaheim Open that will be starting on June 26th.