The inaugural season of Call of Duty League is set to get underway on January 24, 2020. \n \nCall 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 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. \n \nHere is a breakdown of the Call of Duty League team representing the state of Texas. \n \nTeam Name: Dallas Empire \n \nCity: Dallas, Texas USA \n \nRoster: \n• James “Clayster” Eubanks \nBirthplace: United States \nBirthday: May 7, 1992 \nTwitter: @Clayster \nTeam Role: AR Slayer \nNotable Accomplishments: Clayster is a 2015 and 2019 World Champion as well as the 2015 World Championship MVP. \n \n• Anthony “Shotzzy” Cuevas-Castro \nBirthplace: United States \nBirthday: July 4, 2001 \nTwitter: @Shotzzy \nTeam Role: Player \nNotable Accomplishments: Shotzzy has many first-place finishes in small Call of Duty tournaments. \n \n• Cuyler “Huke” Garland \nBirthplace: Saudi Arabia \nBirthday: October 21, 1999 \nTwitter: @Huke \nTeam Role: Player \nNotable Accomplishments: Huke has many top-ten finishes in major Call of Duty tournaments, including fourth in the CWL London 2019 and sixth in CWL Pro League 2019. \n \n• Indervir “iLLeY” Dhaliwal \nBirthplace: Canada \nBirthday: October 20, 2001 \nTwitter: @iLLeYYY \nTeam Role: Player \nNotable Accomplishments: iLLeY has a lot of experience in small Call of Duty tournaments, scoring first in many of them. \n \n• Ian “Crimsix” Porter \nBirthplace: United States \nBirthday: May 29, 1993 \nTwitter: @Crimix \nTeam Role: Main AR \nNotable Accomplishments: Crimsix is a 2014 and 2017 World Champion and he holds the title as the most winningest Call of Duty player in history, winning 32 major tournaments. \n \n• Mike “Hastr0” Rufail \nBirthplace: United States \nBirthday: May 15, 1983 \nTwitter: @hastr0 \nTeam Role: Owner \nNotable Accomplishments: Hastr0 has a wealth of experience in esports, including Call of Duty. He is the owner and CEO of Dallas Empire. \n \nSubstitutes: Thomas “Tommey” Trewren and Charlie “MuTeX” Saouma. \n \nHere is the official Join the Empire announcement video by Dallas Empire: \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=HCflr7T_Flw \n \nTeam Owners: Dallas Empire is owned by Envy Gaming, an esports organization that owns the Overwatch League team Dallas Fuel. Envy Gaming has an extensive history in Call of Duty esports, owning the very popular Team Envy. \n \nBranding\/Logo: \n \nThe colors of the Dallas Empire are black and gold, and their logo is a crown sitting on top of the name of the team, symbolizing the championship the Dallas Empire hopes to acquire. Furthermore, the N and V shapes of the crown is a call to Envy Gaming’s illustrious history in Call of Duty. \n \nDallas Empire has a lot of hype behind them as a team ran by Envy Gaming, who has had many successful rosters compete in professional Call of Duty tournaments. Envy has the most Call of Duty World Championship Grand Finals appearances out of any team. \n \nThe team name Dallas Empire seems fitting for a team with such a legacy behind it. “The Dallas Empire name and branding are a nod to our past, our future, and the great State of Texas.” \n \nOfficial Website: www.dallasempire.com \n \nSocial Media Handles: \n• Twitter: @DallasEmpire \n• Instagram: @thedallasempire \n• Facebook: Call of Duty Dallas \n• YouTube: Dallas Empire \n• Discord: Dallas Empire Discord \n \nThe 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. \n \nClick to read everything you need to know about the Call of Duty League format.