17-Year-Old Indervir “iLLeY” Dhaliwal Signs with Dallas Call of Duty Franchise

Four weeks shy of his eighteenth birthday, rising Call of Duty professional player Indervir “iLLeY” Dhaliwal has signed a contract to play with the Dallas Call of Duty team in next year’s launch of the city-based Call of Duty franchise league. iLLeY will relocate to Dallas to train at the new Envy Gaming practice facility, pending league approval of his contract. 

One of the youngest players on the scene, iLLeY has been one of the most-anticipated Call of Duty players since he debuted in amateur competitions in 2017 at the age of 15. Too young to participate professionally at the time, as Call of Duty requires players to be at least 18 years old, iLLeY played for eUnited Cadets, an esports academy team for amateurs, the previous two years.

The Dallas Call of Duty team is owned and operated by esports organization Envy Gaming, one of the most winning Call of Duty organizations in history. 

See Dallas Call of Duty’s announcement of iLLeY here.

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