100 Thieves has completed its starting lineup for the upcoming season of the Call of Duty League. The organization announced its signing of former New York Subliners player Donovan “Temp” Laroda earlier today, and confirmed the addition of Jordan “JKap” Kaplan as head coach yesterday.
Temp’s addition was announced on Twitter today, with a Nadeshot-directed video suggesting they “forgot” to reveal the 21-year-old’s signing. The following video features Temp himself, where he says that competing under Nadeshot will be “really cool, he’s obviously a legend in our scene.” Temp says he hopes to win a World Championship title with the LA Thieves. “I’m just going to do my best and show I belong to the org and to the fans,” he says.
Temp previously competed in the Call of Duty League with the New York Subliners, finishing in 7-8th place with the squad in the 2020 CDL Championship. He joins Kenny “Kenny” Williams, Austin “SlasheR” Liddicoat, and Thomas “TJHaLy” Haly on the LA Thieves’ starting 2021 roster.
The squad will be led by legendary Call of Duty player and new LA Thieves head coach JKap, who retired from competitive CoD in September. 100 Thieves revealed the two-time world champion’s hiring yesterday with another dramatized video, where JKap states, “if there aren’t any more great players, I’ll train some myself.”
The team will come together to compete under the LA Thieves name for the upcoming 2021 Call of Duty League season, which does not have a confirmed start date.
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