<a href="https:\/\/happygamer.com\/seattle-surge-representing-washington-usa-call-of-duty-league-city-team-breakdown-33432\/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Seattle Surge<\/a> has gained some more depth by signing two players to join their Call of Duty League roster.\r\n \r\nThe team has filled their five core spots, but as per the league, each team needs to have two to five substitute players.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/SeattleSurge\/status\/1199777714930012160\r\n\r\nThese are two solid players to be joining the North Western representative.\r\n\r\nName: Chris \u201cPandur\u201d Romano\r\n\u2022\tBirthplace: United States\r\n\u2022\tBirthday: January 9, 1998\r\n\u2022\tTeam Role: Substitute\r\n\u2022\tTwitter: @CaseyPandur\r\n\u2022\tNotable Accomplishments: Pandur has played on multiple amateur teams, as well as one professional team before Seattle Surge. He\u2019s been competing in Call of Duty since 2015, and most recently, placed fifth at the CWL London Open 2019.\r\n\r\nName: Nicholas \u201cProto\u201d Maldonado\r\n\u2022\tBirthplace: United States\r\n\u2022\tBirthday: September 26, 1998\r\n\u2022\tTeam Role: Substitute\r\n\u2022\tTwitter: @Proto626\r\n\u2022\tNotable Accomplishments: Proto has been playing for years as well, representing multiple teams. He had a great showing at the Call of Duty World League Championship 2019, placing in the top 12.\r\n\r\nPandur and Proto are great additions to the team. It is yet to be seen how much playing time they will get as substitutes, but it will be an excellent experience for them to be a part of the league in any way.\r\n\r\nPresumably, these two were signed with a two-way contract. That means they can participate in Call of Duty League play as well as the <a href="https:\/\/happygamer.com\/call-of-duty-challengers-is-the-perfect-avenue-for-an-amateur-gamer-to-make-it-to-the-big-leagues-as-a-professional-38521\/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Call of Duty Challengers<\/a> division. Pro players can compete in that division until they participate in two League matches, which will make them ineligible to continue the Challengers league for that split.\r\n\r\nBy getting a spot on a Call of Duty League roster, Pandur and Proto will both <a href="https:\/\/happygamer.com\/call-of-duty-league-changes-amount-of-challengers-points-franchised-players-get-after-community-uproar-42874\/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">receive 1000 Challenger points for every 2000 Series Tournament held in Challengers<\/a> before the League starts. Seattle Surge, like all the other teams, have Affiliate and Academy teams. Pandur and Proto should become staples on those teams if they don\u2019t get much playing time in Call of Duty League.\r\n\r\nEach team roster must have at least seven players, with a maximum of ten. This brings Seattle Surge up to the seven, as they have already signed their core players: Damon \u201cKarma\u201d Barlow, Ian \u201cEnable\u201d Wyatt, Sam \u201cOctane\u201d Larew, Josiah \u201cSlacked\u201d Berry, and Josiah \u201cApathy\u201d Zhelyazkov.\r\n\r\nSeattle Surges's <a href="https:\/\/happygamer.com\/call-of-duty-league-has-officially-announced-the-matches-that-will-take-place-in-the-first-half-of-the-regular-season-39707\/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">first day of work<\/a> will be in Minneapolis, Minnesota, when they face off against Toronto Ultra on the second day of the launch weekend.\r\n\r\nThey wont seen competition again until their match in London on Feburary 9th against the Paris Legion.