The inaugural season of Call of Duty League is set to get underway on January 24, 2020, when teams from around the world face off in the newly released Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. \n \nCall of Duty League is an international, city-based esports league with four countries taking part, and all together 12 city teams representing them. Follow this link for the official Call of Duty League schedule. \n \nThe following is a breakdown of one of the two teams from Los Angeles competing in the Call of Duty League. \n \nTeam Name: Los Angeles Guerrillas \n \nCity: Los Angeles, California USA \n \nRoster: \n• Patrick “ACHES” Price \nBirthplace: United States \nBirthday: July 18, 1994 \nTwitter: @ACHES \nTeam Role: Captain\/TBA \nNotable Accomplishments: ACHES is a 2014 and 2018 World Champion. \n \n• Ulysses “AquA” Silva \nBirthplace: United States \nBirthday: September 12, 1996 \nTwitter: @UAquaa \nTeam Role: AR Player \nNotable Accomplishments: AquA has many top-ten finishes in major tournaments, including a second place finish in the Call of Duty Championship 2015. \n \n• Jacob “Decemate” Cato \nBirthplace: United States \nBirthday: November 24 \nTwitter: @Decemate \nTeam Role: SMG Slayer \nNotable Accomplishments: Decemate has many top-ten finishes in major tournaments, including a fourth place finish at CWL London 2019. \n \n• Renato “Saints” Forza \nBirthplace: Peru \nBirthday: February 24, 1995 \nTwitter: @SaintsNato \nTeam Role: TBA \nNotable Accomplishments: Saints has many top-ten finishes in major tournaments, including first place at the CWL Anaheim Open 2017. \n \n• Andres “Lacefield” Lacefield \nBirthplace: United States \nBirthday: December 17, 1996 \nTwitter: @Lacefield \nTeam Role: SMG Slayer \nNotable Accomplishments: Lacefield has many top-ten finishes in major tournaments, including placing seventh in the Call of Duty World Championships 2017. \n \nHead Coach: Embry “Bevils” Bevils \nAssistant Coach: Rick “Ricky” Stacy \nAnalyst: Doug Liebe \nDirect of Content Strategy: Alex Rubens \n \nHere is the Los Angeles Guerrillas’ introduction video: \n \nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/LAGuerrillas\/status\/1192629258625015808 \n \nTeam Owners: \n \nThe Los Angeles Guerrillas are owned by Kroenke Sports & Entertainment (KSE). KSE is the owner of the Los Angeles Gladiators, a team competing in the Overwatch League, as well as many sports teams, including NHL’s Colorado Avalanche. \n \nBranding\/Logo: \n \nThe Los Angeles Guerrillas’ logo is a mysterious and intimidating hooded figure. He is blacked out, with only his intense white eyes showing. The hood is white and purple, with a black backdrop. \n \n“The team’s vibrant purple and black motif brings together fans from the Los Angeles Gladiators and sets an aggressive tone for competition.” \n \nOfficial Website: \nAt the time of this post, they still do not have an official website. However, this is the official COD League team page: https:\/\/guerrillas.callofdutyleague.com\/en-us\/ \n \nSocial Media Handles: \n• Twitter: @LAGuerrillas \n• Instagram: TBA \n• Facebook: TBA \n• YouTube: TBA \n• Snapchat: LAGuerrillas \n• Twitch: laguerrillas \n \n*All of the information posted in this team breakdown is up to date at the time of this writing. \n \nThe season kicks off on Friday, January 24, and will run all weekend at the Minneapolis Armory in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and the Minnesota Røkkr will host the launch event. \n \nFollow this link to read more about the Call of Duty League format.