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Capitalizing on their remarkable history, Spanish esports organization, Team Heretics, has surged back into the Call of Duty competitive scene.

With a complete rebranding of its Call of Duty League (CDL) division, the organization once again takes on the mantle of Heretics, replacing the Florida Mutineers identity.

This strategic move signifies a remarkable phase in the evolution of CDL, offering an international flavour to the primarily domestic-driven competition.

One of biggest esports brands in Spain’s history, Team Heretics, has had a protracted absence from Call of Duty esports.

Despite their hiatus, their global prestige pervaded esports circles, fostering anticipation for their eventual return.

The unveiled rebranding showcases a rejuvenated logo, epitomizing the phoenix-like rebirth of the team’s Call of Duty division.

Exuding the quintessential Heretics spirit, the logo intermingles aesthetics of Miami’s sports legacy as a nod of appreciation towards the city, which had been previously represented by the Mutineers.

Javier “Vikul” Milagro, who is the lone Spanish player from the Mutineers rosters, will be the only player who will transition to the new Heretics roster.

Vikul will be joined by Alejandro “Lucky” López, Adrian “MettalZ” Serrano, and Juan “JurNii” Antonio González Muñoz, who all represented Heretics in the esport back in 2019.

It remains to be seen whether Team Heretics will conquer the CDL arena as they did during their triumphant past in Call of Duty esports.

Both existing fans and new audiences eagerly await what the future will hold for this resurrected titan of esports competition.

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