Toronto Ultra – Team Breakdown. Call Of Duty League Esport Inaugural Series

Credit: Toronto Ultra via YouTube

The inaugural season of Call of Duty League is set to get underway on January 24, 2020.

Call of Duty League is an international, city-based Esports league with 12 city teams competing, hailing from four different countries. Competitors will be facing off in the popular first-person shooter video game Call of Duty.

Here is a breakdown for the Call of Duty League team from Canada.

Team Name: Toronto Ultra

City: Toronto, Ontario Canada

Daniel “Loony” Loza
Birthplace: United States
Birthday: May 31, 1993
Twitter: @Loony
Team Role: Support SMG
Accomplishments: Loony won the CWL Atlanta Open 2018, CWL Seattle Open 2018, and CWL Anaheim Open 2018.

Anthony “Methodz” Zinni
Birthplace: United States
Birthday: August 15, 1997
Twitter: @Methodz
Team Role: Main AR
Accomplishments: Methodz won the CWL Atlanta Open 2018.

Carson “Brack” Newberry
Birthplace: United States
Birthday: May 26, 1999
Twitter: @BrackCN
Team Role: AR Slayer
Accomplishments: Brack has a lot of experience in professional tournament play. Finished within the top 10 of many major tournaments.

Alejandro “Lucky” López
Birthplace: Spain
Birthday: September 4, 1999
Twitter: @Luckyy_7
Team Role: Flex
Accomplishments: Lucky won first place in the CWL Pro League 2019 All Star Game, along with multiple first-place finishes in other tournaments.

Adrian “MeTTalZ” Serrano
Birthplace: Spain
Birthday: September 19, 2000
Twitter: @MeTTalZ
Team Role: Flex
Accomplishments: MeTTalZ has a lot of pro tournament experience, including a few first-place finishes.

Mark “MarkyB” Bryceland
Birthplace: Scotland
Birthday: January 12, 1994
Twitter: @MarkyB
Team Role: Strategic Coach
Accomplishments: Marky B has over a decade of pro Call of Duty experience. He is a seven-time European Call of Duty Champion.

Substitutes: Tobias “CleanX” Juul Jønsson, Nicholas “Classic” DiConstanzo, Cameron “Cammy” McKilligan, Ben “Bance” Bance, Mehran “Mayhem” Anjomshoa.

Here is the official Toronto Ultra roster video:

Owner of the Team: OverActive Media (owner of Toronto Defiant, who competes in the Overwatch League)

The logo is a fancy “U” shape inside a circle, and the branding backdrop is vibrant with color including purple and pink. Toronto Ultra has branded itself as the nice guys that are really good at Call of Duty. They want to entertain and be entertained.

Toronto’s favorite saying is, “Big grins and gettin’ those wins.”

Official Website:

Social Media Handles:
• Twitter: @TorontoUltra
• Instagram: @torontoultra
• Facebook: Toronto Ultra
• YouTube: Toronto Ultra
• Discord: torontoultra

The first season of Call of Duty League will start on January 24, 2020, at the Minneapolis Armory in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where the Minnesota Røkkr will be hosting the first event. Competitors will be playing the freshly launched Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.