May 13, 2020Emily RandESPN FacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerPinterestEmailprintIan "Enable" Wyatt announced on Twitter that he is back in the starting lineup for the Seattle Surge in the Call of Duty League, replacing Casey "Pandur" Romano. pic. twitter. com/nds7EyIdhB— Surge Enable (@Enable) May 13, 2020 Despite being a part of Seattle's initial starting lineup, Enable was benched for Pandur prior to the Surge's appearance at the Los Angeles home series on March 7-8, Pandur was intended to be a stronger pick to help the team out with their struggles in the Search and Destroy game mode. In Los Angeles, the Surge went 1-2 and did not make it to the bracket stage. ESPN Daily newsletter Sign up now!The team's strongest showing was at the Chicago Huntsmen's home series on April 24-26, where they made it out as the second seed from Group B, but lost 1-3 to the Atlanta FaZe in the semifinals.
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