Mr. X joins Activision to work on both Call of Duty League and Overwatch League

Mr. X joins Activision to work on both Call of Duty League and Overwatch League

Photo via Robert Paul for Blizzard Entertainment

The esports veteran stays home with Activision-Blizzard.

Matt “Mr. X. "Morello joins the Activision-Blizzard esports team to work on both the Overwatch League and the Call of Duty League, he announced today.

The esports veteran will serve as the company's senior product and content manager, lending his expertise to leagues including games he has been involved in for many years.

A former competitive gamer on titles such as Rainbow Six Vegas 2 and Battlefield 3, Mr. X arrived on the Call of Duty scene in 2013. It was there that he made a name for himself as a trainer for the Complexity CoD dynasty after competing. himself at the CoD Championship in Black Ops 2.

Eventually, he joined MLG as a CoD commentator, along with the likes of Chris Puckett, further establishing himself as a big name in the esports community.

At the end of the 2017 CoD season, Mr. X made the switch to the Overwatch League as a full-time commentator, where he became a popular commentator with his duo, Mitch "Uber" Leslie.

Mr. X joins Activision to help both the Overwatch League and the Call of Duty League, which are preparing for the upcoming 2021 seasons and will likely take place online again due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the course.

The start dates for both leagues in 2021 have yet to be announced.

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