Dallas Empire replaces Huke with FeLo
The Dallas Empire made a surprising roster change by replacing Cuyler “Huke” Garland with Tyler “FeLo” Johnson.
Huke was part of the 2020 Dallas roster and was a crucial part of the teams’ success. But Dallas feels like its team is performing below its full potential, and adding FeLo might be the change needed to get them back on track.
Dallas has performed relatively well this season but has yet to win a Major tournament. But the team has finished in the top three in the two Major events this year. Dallas is currently in second place behind Atlanta. The team has 190 CDL points and a 12-7 record.
FeLo is a Call of Duty veteran with years of competitive experience. He has competed with teams like Evil Geniuses, eUnited, and compLexity. He spent the 2020 season in Challengers with Triumph Gaming and joined the Dallas Empire this season as a substitute.
Dallas is currently in second place behind Atlanta. The team has 190 CDL points and a 12-7 record. Dallas has not won a Major so far this season, but it has placed in the top three in both Majors.
The Empire most recently beat the Paris Legion in its first match of Stage Three on Thursday. Huke performed relatively well but was still one of the lowest-performing players on the team.
Huke wished the starting lineup the best and considers the change a new challenge to overcome. Fans will likely see Huke on a starting roster in the future.
FeLo will make his debut with Dallas Empire against the Toronto Ultra on April 25th at 5 pm CT.