The waiting and speculation are over as the Florida Mutineers and Team Heretics partnership has officially revealed the Miami Heretics Call of Duty League brand.

This rebrand will see the Florida Mutineers brand retired, with the Miami Heretics taking the place as part of the relationship between the two organizations.

Miami Heretics roster revealed alongside rebrand

Florida Mutineers at CDL Major 2
Credit: Call of Duty League

Announced via a post on the organization’s official X (Twitter account), this move was speculated to be coming, but now there are no more questions.

The trademark for the new brand was filed on April 17, and done so by the same company behind the Florida Mutineers filing, according to the report.

This is because the announcement was expected to go live following CDL Major 4, however, it was delayed up until today.

Javier “Vikul” Milagro will be the only player sticking around for the new Miami Heretics roster as the lone Spanish player from the previous season. Joining him will be three other Spanish players who represented Heretics the last time they participated in the esport back in 2019. Those players are Alejandro “Lucky” López, Adrian “MettalZ” Serrano, and Juan “JurNii” Antonio González Muñoz.

Also joining the squad will be Eric “EriKBooM” Ferrer, Noel Garberi, and Jorge “MethodZ” Bancells. The latter two will serve as the team’s coaches and it’s currently unknown whether EriKBooM will be the substitute or a starter over one of the previously mentioned players.

The Mutineers didn’t have a good run in the CDL, with very limited positive results since its inception. Outside of the first season, in which they managed to win three Home Series events, the team has been unable to achieve much, if any, success. The 2023 season wasn’t much different, as the team finished near the bottom of the standings and missed out on the CDL Championship for the second season in a row.

The Florida Mutineers are owned by the Misfits Gaming Group, a company which Heretics has done business with in the recent past. Heretics purchased the League of Legends LEC slot owned by Misfits back in the summer of 2022.

Unlike that deal, however, the two organizations will be working together in this new endeavor, the Miami Heretics.

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