Seattle Surge – Call Of Duty League Esports Team

Seattle Surge - Call Of Duty League Esports Team
  • Seattle Surge is one of the 12 teams participating in the Call of Duty League inaugural season. Here’s everything you need to know about the Seattle Surge team.

Who Are The Seattle Surge?

The Seattle Surge are a Call of Duty esports team competing in the Call of Duty League. The team represents the city of Seattle and is co-owned by The Aquilini Group (Canucks Sports & Entertainment) and Enthusiast Gaming.

Seattle Surge And The Aquilini Group

On Oct.30,2019, The Seattle Surge was introduced to the Call of Duty world. The team represents the city of Seattle and is owned by The Aquilini Group and Enthusiast Gaming. The Aquilini Group also owns the Canucks Sports & Entertainment, which runs the Seattle Surge alongside Enthusiast Gaming. Enthusiast Gaming also owns Luminosity Gaming, one of the biggest professional esports organizations in the world and are based out of Toronto, Canada. Luminosity Gaming has competed in Call of Duty esports since 2015 and has disbanded in early Dec of 2019.

The team showcased their new logo on Oct 30, 2019, which showcases a trident with eyes at the bottom.

Seattle Surge Team Logo Esports
Source: Call of Duty League

Seattle Surge Roster

The new 5-man Seattle Surge (SS) roster consists of professional Call of duty players from the old Call of Duty World League:

  • Damon Barlow – KARMA
  • Ian Wyatt – ENABLE
  • Sam Larew – OCTANE
  • Josiah Berry – SLACKED
  • Bryan Zhelyazkov- APATHY
  • Casey Romano (Substitute) – PANDUR
  • Nicholas Maldonado – PROTO

The Seattle Surge has an impressive roster, consisting of Call of Duty World Champions and MVPs. Damon “Karma” Barlow joined Seattle Surge after spending years with OpTic Gaming. When OG’s parent company was acquired by Immortals Gaming, the team’s future was uncertain, and Karma decided to keep his availability open for the new Call of Duty League. When the Seattle Surge signed Damon to the team one of the best players in the league, but they signed one of the best players in history. Karma’s resume is long and high, consisting of some of the greatest achievements in Call of Duty esports. Not only does he bring his knowledge and experience to the team, but he brings his leadership. Karma isn’t alone, however, as he has 4 solid players on the roster. Josiah “Slacked” Berry is another seasoned veteran with multiple achievements in the league. Slacked played for Luminosity Gaming last season. On paper the roster was an All-Star team, however, LG wasn’t able to continue their momentum after winning CWL Fort Worth.  Regardless of Luminosity’s placement at the end of the season, Slacked was considered one of the best in 2019.

Seattle Surge Roster Karma Apathy Enable Octane Slacked Pandur Proto
Source: @SeattleSurge Twitter

In addition to the two veterans are teammates from 100 Thieves, Sam “Octane” Larew and Ian “Enable” Wyatt. Both players had a successful run in the 2019 CWL season with 100 Thieves, being the first team to win back-to-back titles in 2019. Octane has won a variety of MVP’s of the year; last one at CWL London 2019. Additionally, Octane was a 2016, 2017 and 2019 CWL Pro League All-Star. He’s a clutch player that brings a lot of offense to the team. Ian “Enable” Wyatt was a professional Halo competitor before he jumped onto the Call of Duty train. Enable has played for many major teams including FaZe Clan and Evil Geniuses. He also has a lot of success in 2019, and finished strong with 100 Thieves at the CWL Championship placing in 2nd. Bryan “Apathy” Zhelyazkov joins the team from Evil Geniuses. Apathy is a Call of Duty World Champion, winning the 2018 Championships with Evil Geniuses playing World War II. Although EG didn’t have a great 2019 season, they did manage to finish 8th overall for the 2019 World Championships.

The Seattle Surge is up there in the Call of Duty League as having one of the best rosters. SS fans will be eagerly waiting for the new season to begin to see how their team performs.

Seattle Surge Events

Part of the new format for the Call of Duty League, each team will host two home games in their respected city. The SS has the following schedule for the CDL:

Week 11 – Hosted By Seattle Surge – SAT, APR 18 – SUN, APR 19 | SEATTLE, WA


  • Chicago Huntsmen
  • Atlanta FaZe
  • Los Angeles Guerrillas
  • Minnesota Rokkr
  • OpTic Gaming LA
Week 14 – Hosted By Seattle Surge – SAT, MAY 23 – SUN, MAY 24 | SEATTLE, WA


  • Chicago Huntsmen
  • Florida Mutineers
  • Minnesota Rokkr
  • OpTic Gaming LA
  • Toronto Ultra

To purchase tickets for any Seattle Surge events, go here.

For more information and updates on the team, go here.

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