It's Gfinity time again. For those who are unfamiliar with Gfinity it is an eSports organization in the United Kingdom and EU. This year is the third annual event and features more games and more money. The call of duty teams have begun to be announced. Check them out below.

European teams

Epsilon eSports

A titanic name in European eSports with teams in almost all FPS titles both console and PC. Their new roster of Tommey, Jurd, Flux and Joshh will be attending G3 alongside all the other teams for the call of duty championship


  • Jordan "Jurd" Crowley
  • Callum "Swanny" Swan
  • Tommey "Tommey" Trewren
  • Joshua-Lee "Joshh" Sheppard

Vitality Rises

The second titanic name in European eSports. Vitality rises are a french squad who have competed at Gfinity twice before. With their sister team Vitality Returns currently in 8th place of the Gfinity Pro League and Rises currently in 6th they're hoping to impress all at G3.


  • Corentin "Gotaga" Houssein
  • Kevin "Broken" Georges
  • Jordy "Krnage" Mercier
  • Clément "Riskin" Le Mouel

TCM Gaming

The third announced top EU team TCM gaming are the top and one of the finest teams in Call of Duty eSports.


  • Mark "MarkyB" Bryceland
  • Tom "Moose" Handley
  • Tomas "GUNSHY" Jones
  • Ryan "Flux" Oldfield

North America

Team EnVyUS

Coming off a monumentally impressive 2nd place finish at Call of Duty Championships team EnVyUS is looking for victory on enemy territory. After losing Rambo to coaching position and picking up "Parasite" who won last years Call of Duty championships with Team Impact nV is more dangerous of a team on LAN than ever.


  • Joey "Merk" Deluca
  • Jeremy "Studyy" Astacio
  • Anthony "Nameless" Wheeler
  • Chris "Parasite" Duarte

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