The esports community was shocked by the news of an unexpected death. Playing for Florida Mutineers, professional Call of Duty player Maurice “Fero” Henriquez died of a heart attack at the age of 21.
Today, with a news from the USA, the esports community has almost frozen. Call of Duty player Maurice “Fero” Henriquez of CDL teams Florida Mutineers passed away after a heart attack. The young actress was just 21 years old.
The Mutineers team confirmed the news of his death. Making a statement on Twitter on November 11, the team stated that the player passed away due to a heart attack. In the examinations made, it became clear that this tragic loss was not a suicide.
They confirmed on Twitter
Maurice’s family also stated in their statement that the young actor did not commit suicide and did not struggle with depression. They also thanked everyone for their support and love.
Of course, the death of the young player had an impact in the game world. “The Call of Duty scene has lost a legend,” says broadcaster NICKMERCS. said. Other players, teams and broadcasters also remembered the young player.
It has been in the game since 2014
Fero’s Call of Duty career started in 2014. The player, who fought within Denial Esports at that time, was very successful with Team Kaliber in the 2017-2018 WWII season and was included in 100 Thieves’ Black Ops 4 team at that time.
The player, who later fought in teams like Team Envy, could not find a club at the beginning of the last season. Still, he managed to join the Florida Mutineers squad in the middle of the season and played an important role in the championships in the 3 CDL Home Series tournaments. The death of the player drowned both the gaming community and the fans.