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Professional Call of Duty player Maurice ‘Fero’ Henriquez has died aged 21 from multiple heart attacks.

Fero’s death was announced by his CDL team the Florida Mutineers on November 11. CDL teams, professional players, and members of the Call of Duty community have taken to Twitter to mourn his death and celebrate his life.

In the tragic announcement, Mutineers said, “The Mutineers family sadly confirms today the sudden passing of Maurice ‘Fero’ Henriquez from multiple heart attacks. At his family’s request we report that his tragic death was not ruled a suicide.”

“This is an unfathomable loss for his family, friends and our Florida Mutineers team. He will be greatly missed every day.”

Tweeting from Fero’s personal account, his family further clarified the cause of his death and thanked the Call of Duty community for its support.

“We are saddened to announce his passing,” the tweet read. “We would like to state that he did not take his own life and he was not battling depression. We appreciate everyone’s love and support. We would also appreciate privacy at this time.”

An impressive career

Fero joined professional Call of Duty in 2014 with Denial Esports. His talent was displayed on the main stage after joining Team Kaliber in the 2017-2018 WW2 season. In the Stage 2 playoffs in 2018, Fero and his team took first place and the $200,000 prize.

With Fero on the team, Kaliber finished the season with an impressive 2nd place.

His skill on Team Kaliber led to him being picked up by 100 Thieves for the Black Ops 4 season. During the Black Ops 4 season, his time with 100T was short-lived and then he briefly joined Team Envy.

When Modern Warfare’s season began, Fero wasn’t picked up by any League team and had to drop down to the Challengers amateur circuit.

Fero persevered and fought hard in the Challengers series, resulting in him getting picked up by League team Florida Mutineers. While with the Mutineers, Fero won three CDL Home Series Tournaments – Dallas, Minnesota, and Paris – which tied the Mutineers with winners Dallas Empire.

Over his time in competitive Call of Duty, Fero proved himself to be one of the best. Although facing knock-backs in his career, he bounced back and continued to compete at the highest level. He will always be remembered for his passion, perseverance, and energy.


As a much-loved member of the community, tributes have flooded in for Fero across social media.

“Can’t believe it,” said Ian ‘Crimsix’ Porter. “He was a such a good person and also a true…

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