The Canadian Call of Duty League franchise, Toronto Ultra will have two academy rosters based in Europe and North America. to raise the best talent for the organization.
Toronto Ultra had impressive performances during the Call of Duty League 2021 season as they reached the finals to compete against Atlanta FaZe. Despite failing to lift the trophy, the Canadian team had massive success which encouraged the organization to pursue more. According to the announcement, Toronto Ultra will have two different rosters, TUA NA, and TUA EU.
Toronto Ultra Academy NA Roster
- Charlie “Hicksy” Hicks
- Thomas “Scrappy” Ernst
- Javier “Vikul” Milagro
- Mohak “Mohak” Kumar
Hicksy has been playing actively for the past three years. His career started in Europe then shifted to North America in 2021 with uT Crew. Before joining Toronto Ultra Academy, he played for UYU alongside Scrappy, his teammate. Scrappy’s professional isn’t as long as Hicksy as he started playing in 2020. Another piece of the roster, Vikul has been playing professionally since 2019 in Europe. This will be his first experience in North America. Lastly, Mohak is a Canadian player who has played for Built By Gamers and We Are Trying Now in the past.
Toronto Ultra Academy EU Roster
- Ben “Beans” McMellon
- Niklaus “Furiious” Mikaelson
- Harry “Harry” Payne
- Stephen “Vortex” Allan
Just like their CDL roster, the EU lineup will consist of British players, three English and one Scottish. Harry is the most experienced player on the roster as he played for many different teams since 2018, also appeared as a substitute for CDL’s London Royal Ravens. The other Toronto Ultra Academy EU players have all been competing in the European scene for a while.
The new project will create a path for the youngsters to show their potential under a highly professional organization. The Canadian team will likely benefit from it in the future.