The Call of Duty League club has announced today that Loony joined the Minnesota RØKKR as a coach. In 2022 he will work with Minnesota’s coach Saintt and Reppin’s assistant coach.
For nearly a decade Loony has been involved in the competitive Call of Duty scene. For several years, he’s most known for representing the Rise Nation throughout the WWII season, when he won several organisation’s championships.
Loony spent the Seattle Surge in 2021, most recently with the Call of Duty League. However, Seattle was fighting in the Black Ops Cold War and Loony in May was benched. Loony revealed in August that he was withdrawing and pursuing a job as a coach at the CDL.
Last year RØKKR was a bustling season, but in August they made one of the biggest competitive calls to service to win the five-hour stage of major. After finishing in the fourth position in CoD Champs 2020, Minnesota stated last month that it will remain in the franchise heading for 2022 with its final line-up, Attach, Standy, Priestahh and MajorManiak.
Loony is not the only veteran at Call of Duty in recent years to change from competing to coaching. Last year, two-time international champions JKap and Theory both made their first CDL coaching debut with the Thieves of Los Angeles and the Legion of Paris.
During his play-days, the 28-year-old was largely regarded as a smart leader. Now, when the Call of Duty League comes to action next year, he will seek a means to share his knowledge with the RØKKR.