Echo Fox Signs Saints, Faccento, Gunless, and Assault to Call of Duty Roster

By Taylor Keating
October 25, 2017

Echo Fox is happy to announce a new roster for the Call of Duty: WWII season. The new roster includes a mixture of rising stars and veterans in hopes to bring Echo Fox its first Call of Duty major tournament win. The roster consists of Saints, Faccento, Gunless and Assault.

Jared Jeffries, President of Echo Fox, sees a lot of potential in the new roster. “I am really excited about this new team. Bringing in Saints, Assault, Faccento, and Gunless brings experienced players who have all won majors and championships.”

Renato "Saints" Forza was previously an AR Slayer for Luminosity Gaming where he placed 3rd at the Call of Duty World Championship. He is well-known for his roles on teams like Strictly Business, FaZe Black, Denial eSports, Team EnVyUs, and Team eLevate.

Brice "Faccento" Faccento was previously an AR Slayer for Rise Nation where he placed 4th at the Call of Duty World Championship. Ever since his Call of Duty Championship debut in 2015 with Revenge, Faccento has placed in the Top 4 at every Call of Duty Championship he's attended (2nd in 2015, 3rd in 2016, and 4th in 2017).

Peirce "Gunless" Hillman was previously an objective player for FaZe Clan where he placed 5th-6th at the Call of Duty World Championship. Gunless was the MVP at the 2017 CWL Atlanta Open while playing for eUnited. Gunless was regarded as one of the best players throughout the Infinite Warfare season. He has also been nominated for “Esports Rookie of the Year (Console)” by the Esports Industry Awards.

Adam "Assault" Garcia was previously an AR Slayer for Cloud9 where he placed 13th-16th at the Call of Duty World Championship. Assault placed 4th at the 2017 CWL Anaheim Open which was his highest placing in Infinite Warfare with Cloud9. He is infamous for knocking out OpTic Gaming at the Call of Duty World Championship in 2016 where he was the last alive in a 1v1 against FormaL. His Cloud9 team ended up placing 5th-6th that year.

Saints anticipates the seasoned squad to come together quickly in the upcoming season.

“Obviously the main goal is to win the World Championship and I expect our squad to get to that championship caliber level. I feel like we mix really well and we are all willing to learn and help each other improve in and out of game. Our personalities mesh well, that’s the thing I’m most excited for.”

Echo Fox feels strongly about this roster going into a pivotal season of Call of Duty esports as the game returns to its “boots on the ground” roots. We look forward to seeing what the team can achieve in the coming year.