Originally from Queensland, Boyce played ten matches for Hobart Hurricanes in BBL|07 recording stand out performances against Sydney Thunder (2-14) and Brisbane Heat (2-23).
“I’m really excited about joining the Renegades for the next two seasons,” Boyce said.
“There is a lot of talent in the squad and on the back of the semi-final appearance last season, I’m really optimistic about our prospects over the coming years.
“On a personal level, it will be great to challenge myself in a new environment in Melbourne and I’m also looking forward to playing at Etihad Stadium where spin has been a really effective weapon.”
Boyce has played T20I cricket for Australia and Renegades Coach Andrew McDonald said the new recruit would play a key role throughout the season.
“Cameron has a lot of cricket under his belt and has had a taste of international cricket, but at 28 years of age we feel he’s just coming into his best years,” McDonald said.
“From a team balance perspective Cameron gives us a wrist spinning option that will complement our attack really well and also another option to use through those middle overs where spin can play such an important role.”