Dallas Empire

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Dallas Empire
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Team Information
Org LocationUnited States United States
 CDL Franchise
OwnerEnvy Gaming, Inc
SponsorJack In The Box
Jack Link's
Affiliated Team(s)Team Envy
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Current Roster
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Dallas Empire is the official Call of Duty League franchise team of Dallas, United States. It is owned by Envy Gaming, Inc and is the successor to Team Envy, which had competed continuously in Call of Duty since 2007.


Modern Warfare

Dallas was revealed as one of the first five Call of Duty League teams on May 2, 2019. On October 10, the team revealed they would be announcing one player a day, starting Monday October 14.[1] The first player to be announced was Clayster, followed by Shotzzy, Huke, iLLeY, and Crimsix in the four succeeding days. On October 19, the team branding was revealed as the Dallas Empire. Tommey joined as the team's first substitute on November 4 followed by MuTeX joining as the second substitute and Search and Destroy analyst the next day. Less than a month after joining, MuTeX was kicked from the team due to offensive language used by him on his stream. Tisch joined as the replacement substitute from top amateur team UYU on December 12.


  • 2019

Player Roster


C ID Name Role Joined
United States Clayster James Eubanks Player 2019-10-14
United States Shotzzy Anthony Cuevas-Castro Player 2019-10-15
Saudi Arabia Huke Cuyler Garland Player 2019-10-16
Canada iLLeY Indervir Dhaliwal Player 2019-10-17
United States Crimsix Ian Porter Player 2019-10-18
England Tommey Thomas Trewren Substitute 2019-11-04
United States Tisch Paul Tischler Substitute 2019-12-12


C ID Name Role Next Team Joined Left
Canada MuTeX Charlie Saouma 26Substitute
2019-11-052019-11-05 2019-11-252019-11-25



C ID Name Position
United States Hastr0 Mike Rufail 90Owner
United States Geoff Moore President
United States Thirteen Tyler Thompson General Manager
United States TazMo Matthew Taylor Team Manager
United States Elumnite Marcus Lovejoy COD Team Manager
United States Shay Butler Vice President of Sales and Marketing
United States Jay Hairston Director of Social Media
United States DuncanAndStuff Duncan Alexander Sr. Community Manager
United States Mixable Logan Threlkeld Community Manager
United States Lindsay Caudill Social Media Coordinator


C ID Name Position
Canada MuTeX Charlie Saouma 90S&D Analyst

Team Achievements

Recent Tournament Results (View All)


  • 2019
  • 2020

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Meaning The logo features an imposing crown resting atop the Dallas Empire mark, symbolic of the championships we intend to bring to Texas. The crown components include an N and V shape as a nod to Envy Gaming’s history in Call of Duty.
Dallas Empire: Our Story
The Dallas Empire start a new chapter in Call of Duty history.

The team is owned and operated by Envy Gaming, which has fielded one of the most elite Call of Duty teams in the world for more than a decade. The Dallas Empire name and branding are a nod to our past, our future, and the great State of Texas.

Born and raised in Texas, Dallas Empire owner Mike Rufail grew up reciting the Texas State Song. History buffs may recognize the symbolism in the team’s name derived from the lyrics, “O Empire wide and glorious, you stand supremely blest.”

Empire also embodies the legacy that its parent organization Envy has built since entering the competitive Call of Duty scene in 2007. Envy achieved phenomenal success, including the most World Championship Grand Finals appearances of any Call of Duty esports team.

Finally, the name Empire evokes the spirit of entrepreneurialism. This organization started from humble beginnings and clawed its way to the top. Launching the Dallas Empire brand to fans around the world is a dream realized. And a story we hope inspires the community and next wave of gaming pioneers.

The primary team colors are black and gold, with a secondary color of standard blue. The logo features an imposing crown resting atop the Dallas Empire mark, symbolic of the championships we intend to bring to Texas. The crown components include an N and V shape as a nod to Envy Gaming’s history in Call of Duty.

This team is hardworking, focused, and confident. And one we expect Dallas will be proud to call its own.


Tournaments Hosted

Game Start End Tournament Location Teams Prize Winner Second
GameIcon MW.png 2020-03-28 2020-03-29 CDClogo small.png CDC Dallas Open 2020 United States Irving $ 10,000+
GameIcon MW.png 2020-03-28 2020-03-29 CDL2020logo small.png Call of Duty League 2020 Week 5 - Dallas United States Irving 8 $ TBD

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