One thing that everyone has come to expect when an event finishes? Team changes. EGL5 saw a large amount of after the event including apeX.Pro who managed to place 5th who ended up disbanding. The former apeX player Tom 'Tommey' Trewren joined Western Wolves who had recently dropped Dylan 'MadCat' Daly, due to him not being able to attend Multiplay's i45 tournament because of his age. WesternWolves on Main Stage at EGL5 Now only 5 days later it has been announced by the players that they have left Western Wolves and joined the apeX organisation under the name apeX Dominance. After the Pro team disbanded it left a space for a top European team and with numerous teams vying for the position, is it possible that former apeX Pro player Tommey has been a crucial difference? Western Wolves don't seem too happy about the situation, stating the team had let them down by making announcements over Twitter without consulting them and as a result will be closing their MW3 division for the foreseeable future. Team Captain Scott 'Mak' Brass had this to say on the move to apeX: "When the decision was taken to leave wW there was no other organisation that truly stood out as much in my eyes as apeX. From the management down to our fellow teams the highest level of professionalism is so clear to see, im very happy to be a part of this organisation and cant wait to get started" apeX's UK Manager Josh 'Loco' Nino also had this to say on the new lineup: "Firstly, we'd like to thank the apeX.Pro lineup for their contribution to the organisation. Their success at CoD XP, four-peat victory at ReflexGT and recent fifth place at EGL Blackpool out of 113 teams is a feat of consistency any team would be proud of on Call of Duty. The past 8 months has been a journey filled with memories that have made the partnership a pleasure for everyone involved. It's rare to find a team of players that can match an excellent, consistent level of skill with responsibility and maturity to both their organisation and the community. Our new lineup, apeX Dominance, features players well accustomed to professionalism and high standards. Mak and Tobi's 2nd place achievement at EGL 5 cements them as the most accomplished European players at the European Gaming League to date. Black also sees his return to the top following the world's largest ever CoD event, and together with apeX.Pro member Tommey, it's a promising future for apeX eSports." apeX.Dominance Scott 'Mak' Brass Tobi 'Tobi' Foster Ellis 'Blackk' Strouthos Tom 'Tommey' Trewren Will the team be able to repeat the success of the former European apeX side? Post your opinions below! Please follow us on Twitter for the latest news, articles and media!