Toronto Ultra announced CleanX will be added to the starting lineup, replacing Classic.

19:00, 18 Jun 2020

CleanX has been sitting on the sidelines of the Toronto Ultra roster from the beginning of the season. After a phenomenal performance back at the CWL World Championships 2019 under Team Singularity in Black Ops 4, CleanX left his European roots for Toronto, Canada.

The Danish prodigy will replace Classic, after returning home due to personal reasons within his family, rumours were made that Classic was not allowed to scrim with his teammates and therefore, would be benched. 

The 4-time champion tweeted on June 13, “absolute joke”, leaving many fans simply believing he had been benched. 

CleanX was rumoured to join the starting roster for the Minnesota series last weekend, as he was seen in the scrim lobby against Seattle Surge, but Classic arrived back in Canadian soil just in time.

Ultra has not made a roster change since April, when MettalZ bounced back into the starting roster for Loony.


So far in the debut season, Ultra are currently bottom of the leaderboard. Out of 14 series played within 6 events, 28% of those matches Ultra have won. As for map victories, Ultra has won 41% out of 60 maps.

Fun fact: Ultra’s new lineup has 5 different nationalities: British, Scottish, Spanish, Danish and American.

Could the addition of CleanX move Ultra in the right path?


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Image via Toronto Ultra Twitter  |  @TorontoUltra

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