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Thieves add All-Star Envoy to Call of Duty starting roster

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The Los Angeles Thieves added Dylan “Envoy” Hannon to their to the Call of Duty League team on Friday, completing their starting lineup in advance of the 2022 season.

The 21-yer-old Envoy, formerly of OpTic Chicago, joins Sam “Octane” Larew as the newest members of the lineup. Octane’s signing was made official Thursday.

Envoy was a 2020 and 2021 Call of Duty League All-Star. The 24-year-old Octane spent the past two seasons with the Seattle Surge.

The two will be joining Kenneth “Kenny” Williams and Zack “Drazah” Jordan, who signed with the franchise last November and will be returning for the Call of Duty: Vanguard play in 2022.

For Octane, it’s a return to the Thieves organization. He was part of the 100 Thieves team that finished second in the Call of Duty championship in 2019.

This year has seen players come and go for the Thieves, and since Aug. 28, the team has parted ways with five players and an analyst.

The Thieves finished the 2021 season in seventh place with an 18-21 record and were quickly eliminated from the playoffs.

“I’m fired up about this lineup,” tweeted Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag, the founder and CEO of the organization. “Think we’ll have a real shot at contending for a title next year.”

–Field Level Media

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