Anthony “Methodz” Zinni officially parted with the Toronto Ultra, eight months after being moved to the bench.
“Thank you Toronto. Thank you to Ultra, their staff, my former teammates, and most importantly, the fans & supporters who had my back every step of the way,” Methodz tweeted. “I’m going to miss your city more than you know and I couldn’t be more grateful for my experience up North. Until next time”
Methodz, 24, joined the Ultra in 2019 and was in the starting lineup until being benched in March. He has since competed on loan for pickup teams including WestR, Fantastic Four and uT Crew.
He will be the only change for the Ultra this offseason as the rest of the starting lineup remains intact.
Methodz announced on Aug. 31 that he was given permission by the team to explore other opportunities. He was tied to rumors about a potential new lineup for the Washington, D.C., franchise, but that never materialized.
While announcing his departure, Methodz did not indicate what his next move might be. He has been involved in the professional Call of Duty scene since the first of two stints with SoaR Gaming in 2012.
“Bittersweet day. I’m not quite sure where we’re headed but I have a feeling that the only way is up,” he tweeted Tuesday night.
–Field Level Media