The Dallas Empire announced today the final player in the team’s lineup for the inaugural season of the upcoming Call of Duty League: popular streamer and longtime competitor Charlie “MuTeX” Saouma has joined the team as a reserve player.
25-year-old MuTeX has been involved in esports since 2014, where he began competing in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, and has since played Call of Duty professionally in organizations including Fatal Ambition, Lethal Gaming, and most recently Denial Esports. He is renowned for his performance in Search & Destroy tournaments, where he has played alongside Empire teammates iLLeY, Shotzzy, and Clayster.
MuTeX comes to the Dallas Empire with dozens of successful tournament performances under his belt across six Call of Duty titles and a Twitch following of 80,000. As the Dallas Empire prepares to compete in the upcoming season, he will relocate to Dallas to join his teammates at the new Envy Gaming practice facility.
See the Dallas Empire’s announcement of MuTeX here.
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About the Dallas Empire
The Dallas Empire is one of 12 teams competing in the inaugural season of the city-based Call of Duty League. The Dallas Empire is owned and operated by Dallas-based esports organization Envy Gaming, Inc., one of the most winning groups in Call of Duty esports history. The roster features top professional players from around the globe. The Dallas Empire will host multiple home matches in North Texas in 2020. For more information on the Dallas Empire, follow the team on Twitter @DallasEmpire.