The Florida Mutineers have decided their final roster which will head into the 2022 Call of Duty Season. Florida Mutineers has announced that the team will bring back Skyz, Owakening, and Havok for next season and will add Call of Duty League newcomer Davpadie to complete the lineup ahead of the Call of Duty Vanguard season. The team signed Yeez in July so he will be on the bench as a substitute. Davpadie, a former member of the Team Canada in the Call of Duty challengers’ season who helped the roster achieve fourth place in the North America Challengers.

Florida Mutineers were firm on their decision to stick to its core team from last year which has been an interesting decision. Although Florida Mutineers did qualify for the 2021 Call of Duty Playoffs, they were in eighth place in their regular season standings and were defeated by OpTic Chicago in their first playoff match. They secured the top eighth place at the season's biggest event.

With rosters like Toronto Ultra and Atlanta FaZe having a strong grip around the top of the league and teams like the Los Angeles Thieves and Los Angeles Guerrillas might be improving their teams this offseason so that they keep the core of a team that passed through a 17-19 in the regular season that is gradually setting a ton of confidence. That’s not to mention the reported New York Subliners roster that will reportedly include Clayster,  HyDra, Crimsix, and Neptune or OpTic/Empire lineup of Scump, iLLeY, Shotzzy, and Dashy. Florida has officially parted its ways with Neptune recently. Florida Mutineers said that the young GOAT is moving on. He has been an incredibly talented player who would continue making waves in Call of Duty. They thanked him and wished him the best in his next journey.

 And, Skyz and Owakening can be the strongest force on the maps of Call of Duty, and on the other hand, Havok is a veteran which good judgments. The Florida Mutineers’ victory depends on Owakening using an SMG and Davpadie’s game with an AR.