After an uncertain few weeks, Tom "Tommey" Trewren has officially left Millenium's Call of Daty roster, according to a TwitLonger he posted Tuesday.
"No longer part of @MilleniumEsport. They've decided to go down a different path and look for something new," Tommey wrote. "I'm sure they'll have an announcement in the coming days. So that means going into IW, I'm a F/A and also looking for an organisation to represent."
The confusion over Millenium's roster started in September, when Jordan "Jurd" Crowley and Dylan "MadCat" Daly left the organization to join fellow EU heavyweights Splyce. Afterwards, Tommey posted a Twitlonger which addressed their departures and left fans uncertain if he'd continue to play competitively.
"I'm going to sit back and see what unfolds while waiting to hear back from Callum on his plans and if he wishes to continue playing, if so I will see if he wishes to team back up and look for two," Tommey's TwitLonger read. "I will again, sit back and see what happens but if nothing that I feel worthwhile presents itself then I may call it a day."
A few weeks later, Tommey put out another TwitLonger where he announced his decision to continue his competitive career going into Infinite Warfare. He wrote that he was still waiting on Millenium teammate Callum "Swanny" Swan's decision.
"I've had a lot of time now to reflect and decide what's next for me, and I do want to play," Tommey wrote. "...we do both wish to carry on playing with each other going into the next game however he's not sure when he'll be ready to return. I'm open to offers, but as I said above I would prefer to create a new team with Callum. I'm not 100% if I'll still be playing under Millenium and I'm free to open discussions with potential organisations if Millenium do not wish to continue with the new roster."
Millennium have yet to make an official statement regarding Tommey's departure. With Swanny also staying quiet on social media about his plans for Infinite Warfare, it is unclear who will play for the team when the game drops in November.
Olivia Da Silva is a news editor at theScore esports. She likes piña coladas, getting caught in the rain and dank no-scopes. You're eligible for free high fives if you follow her on Twitter.