Looney is a professional veteran player of Call of Duty and will make his coaching debut next year. The Call of Duty has announced that Looney has joined Minnesota RØKKR. He will work with Minnesota RØKKR’s head coach Saintt and also with the assistant coach Reppin in 2022. 

Looney said that he is happy to start his coaching career with such a great franchise and team. He was involved in many of the competitive Call of Duty games for almost ten years. He is popularly known for representing the Rise Nation for several years. This also includes the WWII season when he won many championships for the organization.

Loony was a part of the 2021 Call of Duty League season and was along with the Seattle Surge. Seattle Surge had to go through a rough road in Black Ops Cold War season. At this time, Looney was on the bench. Later he announced that he has decided to retire from the competitive games and will focus his career on a coaching job in the Call of Duty League.

The Minnesota RØKKR had a rough season last year. Although in August, they managed to pull one of the biggest comebacks in the competitive games of Call of Duty history to achieve victory in Stage Five Major. They also secured fourth place in the Call of Duty Champs 2021. Minnesota RØKKR also said that in the last month that is during the end of the season, the roster which had Attach, Priestahh, Standy, and MajorManiak will stay with the franchise and will head into 2022.

In addition to Looney, JKap and Theory are also making their debuts in the coaching field in the Call of Duty League. Looney is not the only veteran to make the change in his career but JKap and Theory are equally involved in this transition process. JKap is with the Los Angeles Thieves and Theory is with Paris Legion.

Although, 28-year-old Looney is considered to be an intelligent player during his days. All he has to do is to find out a way to share his knowledge with Minnesota RØKKR. This will occur next year when Call of Duty is back in action.