During the Call of Duty League offseason, Boston Breach made the first official roster announcement, stating that it will not prolong TJHaLys' contract.
Boston made only one roster change during the 2022 season, moving Kenyen Capsidal Sutton to the bench in favor of Vivid. The overall improvement seemed minor, but Boston managed to qualify for the Champs at the end of the year with the roster.
Teej will be honored by the Breach as a founding member and champion of our brand.
TJHaLy has competed at the top level of Call of Duty for the last five years and has played for organizations such as OpTic Gaming, the Los Angeles Thieves, and Rise Nation. While on Boston, TJHaly led the team to two top-three finishes.
TJHaly might not be the next Boston Breach player, but the off-season will allow new players from the main and Challengers rosters to explore their options as well. Boston has also yet to confirm or deny whether the other team members will be staying with the organization.