eUnited has announced two of it’s members have signed contract extensions for the Call of Duty Black Ops 4 season. Preston “Prestinni” Sanderson has signed an extension that will carry into the 2020 competitive season of Call of Duty. Also, coach Brian “Saintt” Baroska has signed an extension that will allow him to coach for the entirety of the Call of Duty Black Ops 4 competitive season.
“I love representing them (eUnited),” Prestinni said. “They’ve grown so fast in the past few years and this organization has become a part of me. It’s where my career in gaming actually began.”
Prestinni is one of the longest tenured players for the eUnited Call of Duty roster. Alongside his brother Arcity’s he has been on eUnited since December, 2016. Prestinni is typically an in-your-face fast paced sub machine gun role. Prestinni is the second player that eUnited has locked down under a contract extension, the other player being Clayster. The two have both spoken highly of the organisation saying it feels like a family to them.
The second member to sign an extension is coach Saintt. Saintt has been coaching the team since March of 2018 and now has his position locked in for atleast the duration of Black Ops 4.
“It feels great to be back with eU for another season,” Saintt said. “There’s no place I’d rather be than here again.”
The two look to work alongside the rest of the eUnited roster to finish strong at the CWL Las Vegas open this weekend. The tournament will be the first official CWL LAN tournament in the Black Ops 4 life cycle.