Echo Fox Signs Three Players to Call of Duty Roster
As part of the organization's commitment to fielding winning teams filled with top level talent, Echo Fox has signed Anthony “Methodz” Zinni, Teegan “TcM” McCarthy, and Tanner “Mosh” Clark to join team captain and GM Jeremy “Neslo” Olsen on the team’s revamped Call of Duty roster.
Neslo is excited to compete with his new teammates: “I've never been a part of a team that shares this strong of a vision and goal. I feel the energy from these guys the second I hop on the game to play.”
Echo Fox CEO Jace Hall also welcomes the new players to the Echo Fox organization.
"Echo Fox is committed to winning and the addition of Methodz, Teegan, and Mosh to our Call of Duty team will help elevate them to new heights," Hall said. "We tasked Neslo with assembling a championship caliber team and we have full confidence that these 3 players along with him will be just that."
The team's new players bring a mixture of young talent and experience to the table. Their eyes are set on success and they will begin play when the new competitive Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare season commences.
Anthony “Methodz” Zinni
Methodz began his Call of Duty career playing Call of Duty 4 on the PlayStation 3 but did not enter the competitive scene until the release of Modern Warfare 2. He became one of the youngest professional players to date, debuting at the age of 16.
Methodz has played with successful, well-known teams such as FaZe Clan, Team Curse, and Team Kaliber.
Most recently, Methodz attended the Call of Duty World League Championship with Most Wanted and placed third in his group.
Teegan “TcM” McCarthy
TcM is a young talent with an explosive play style that has helped make an impact despite entering the scene just two years ago and age restrictions preventing him from attending many tournaments. TcM has played for teams such as Rise Nation, Orbit, Lethal Gaming, and most recently alongside Methodz as a member of Most Wanted’s CWL Championship team.
Tanner “Mosh” Clark
Mosh first played Call of Duty at the age of 15, just after the release of Modern Warfare 3. Since that time, Mosh has been a player dedicated to success, both in and out of eSports.