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Las Vegas Legion Announce 2024 CDL Roster
- Las Vegas Legion revealed its Call of Duty League (CDL) roster on Sunday, November 12, 2023
- The new lineup will feature former world champion Dillon "Attach" Price
- Standy is the only carryover from the 2023 season
Las Vegas Legion
Las Vegas Legion announced its new Call of Duty League (CDL) roster on Sunday, November 12, which features three new members and Eli "Standy" Bentz as the only carryover from the 2023 season. Joining Standy is former world champion Dillon "Attach" Price, former Boston Breach player Dylan "Nero" Koch and a young talent, Purj.
Las Vegas Legion are one of many teams to completely overhaul its Call of Duty roster for the 2024 CDL season, following a disappointing run through the 2023 CDL. Even though the team was never considered one of the serious candidates to win the league, the Legion have struggled to leave much of a mark at the top level.
Over the entire CDL 2023 season, the Las Vegas Legion have not come close to winning a single event. Their best placements were fifth-sixth at CDL 2023 Major 1 and Major 3.
In the other three Majors, the Legion placed ninth-12th (Major 2 and 4) and seventh-eighth in CDL Major 5. All that culminated with a ninth-place finish to the season, which saw the Legion miss out on the CDL Championship 2023.
Still, despite the team's lack of success last term, the Las Vegas Legion can feel optimistic about what next season will bring.
Even though the Legion have not made as many high-profile signings as other CDL squads, the team has formed a fairly competitive roster.
The former world champion Dillon "Attach" Price is the biggest addition to the lineup, as the most experienced player of the Legion's roster. The 26-year-old has previously played for Elevate, FaZe Clan, Evil Geniuses, New York Subliners, and Minnesota RØKKR, who he was a part of for the last two seasons.
His new teammate, Nero, doesn't have as rich resume, but he has managed to make a name for himself last season as a member of Boston Breach. As the only carryover from the 2023 season, Standy will continue with the Las Vegas Legion, who he joined in March 2023 after a reasonably successful stint with Toronto Ultra at the start of the year.
Purj is the only enigma of the Legion's new roster. He started his esports career in October 2022 with Aw0babobs.NA and has later played for Millennium 7 and OMiT, with who he won Call of Duty Challengers Finals 2023, adding to his success in some lesser CoD tournaments.
However, despite his lack of experience competing at the top level, Purj is now surrounded by experienced teammates, which should give him a perfect opportunity to continue developing as one of the most promising young talents in the CoD esports scene.