Longtime Call of Duty competitor Adam ‘KiLLa’ Sloss will be returning to the competitive scene for the upcoming Black Ops 4 season.
The 2013 World Champion has formed a new squad feautring fellow veterans Eic ‘TwiZz’ Servello, Teegan ‘TcM’ McCarthy, and relative newcomer Joey ‘SupremeAgility’ Torres.
The squad will compete under the organization Krisis Gaming, who are entering the Call of Duty pro scene for the first time in their history.
One of the most storied and established names in CoD esports, KiLLa has competed for a large number of organizations, most notably with Fariko Impact in 2013 and two stints with OpTic Nation in 2014 and 2015.
He last competed in WWII in early 2018 with Ascendent Gaming before announcing his retirement in March after he was suspended for account ringing.[ad name=”article3″]
Even at the time, many suspected that his retirement would prove temporary and that KiLLa would look to compete again once his suspension was lifted, which should be done just in time for the Black Ops 4 season.
Now, the longtime competitor, who has seen his stock as a pro player drop over the past few seasons, will look to make yet another push at finding success in Call of Duty esports once again.