Seattle Surge’s Pandur becomes first mid-series substitute in Call of Duty League

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Call of Duty history has been made during the Seattle Surge Home Series today.

By replacing Enable for Arklov Peak Search and Destroy against the New York Subliners, Casey “Pandur” Romano has become the first mid-match substitute in Call of Duty League history. Pandur played three events with the Surge in place of Enable until he was benched on May 12.

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