It was a sad day for the gaming community and fans, especially the Call of Duty community, as professional Call of Duty player Maurice ‘Fero’ Henriquez died. He was 21 years old. After the news about the young actor’s death began to come out, a supposed family member of Fero confirmed the news with a tweet from his official account, and also denied rumors that the death was suicide due to depression. Florida Rebels tweeted that the family said they died “from multiple heart attacks”.
According to Dexerto.com, a family member tweeted, “This is Maurice’s family, aka F3ro. We regret to announce his passing. We would like to point out that he does not take his own life and does not fight depression. We appreciate everyone’s love and support. We are also grateful for privacy right now. ”
This is Maurice’s, aka F3ro, family. We are saddened to announce his passing. 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.
— jay (@f3rocitys) November 11, 2020
A report in Dot Esports states that Henriquez is one of the world’s most talented players after qualifying to play on the Call of Duty World League circuit in 2017. During his rookie season, he helped Team Kaliber win the CWL Pro League Stage Two Playoffs and finish second at the next CWL Championship in August 2018. He had played for 100 Thieves and Team Envy in the Black Ops 4 season and was one of the first. According to the report, they are mid-range backups in CoD history when CWL filled for 100T at Fort Worth in March 2019.
In the first season of Call of Duty League, the player started the season on the Challengers Circuit. It was signed by Florida Rebels in March. He and Florida won three Home Series events in 2020. According to Dot Esports, they finished the season by finishing first eighth in the $ 4.6 million CDL Championship.
Following the news, Twitter was paid tribute. The Los Angeles Guerrillas wrote: “The Los Angeles Guerrillas were incredibly upset by the tragic loss of Maurice“ Fero ”Henriquez. It was loved and will be greatly missed. We wish our thoughts and condolences to loved ones. # f3f3 ” 100 The thief tweeted, “We are so sorry and our hearts are broken. You are one of the best hearts we have ever met. May you rest in peace. @ f3rocitys # f3f3” One user wrote: “# F3F3 RIP, every time I watch your team play this guy is on duty. used to watch as it breaks down in the call. “Another one,” was incredible from what Fero did, he was a great person and really talented at the controller Rest in peace dude, you will be truly missed by all your fans, Family and Friends # F3F3 “user tweeted,” This is terrible news and Call of Duty community indeed lost one of their own. Part of the time I spoke to Fero before CWL Miami, I just had positive feelings and witnessed the passion to be the best. He was an amazing skill and will miss R.I.P @ f3rocitys # f3f3. “A user,” # F3F3 is very upsetting to family and friends, praying to all of them. Man, I’m out of words … it really makes you think. ”
The Los Angeles Guerrillas are incredibly saddened by the tragic loss of Maurice “Fero” Henriquez. He was greatly beloved and will be dearly missed. Our thoughts and condolences go out to his loved ones. #f3f3
— Los Angeles Guerrillas (@LAGuerrillas) November 11, 2020