London Royal Ravens join the Seattle Surge and Los Angeles Guerrillas in releasing all but one player from their roster heading into the 2021 season
With all teams having to remove one player from their starting lineup going into the 2021 Call of Duty League season, London becomes the second to release all but one player from their roster. Yesterday we saw the Los Angeles Guerrillas release their entire squad apart from Reece “Vivid” Drost and a few days ago the Seattle Surge did the same just leaving Sam “Octane” Larew on the squad.
Going into the 2021 season, Dylan, Skrapz, Wuskin, Zer0, MadCat, Nastie and Rated will all be unrestricted free agents.
Thomas “Dylan” Henderson
Dylan started his Call of Duty career in the 2018 World war 2 season. While his performances started off slow, he joined Team Reciprocity halfway through the 2019 Black Ops 4 season and impressed everyone with his fast-paced gameplay.
Matthew “Skrapz” Marshall
Skrapz began competing in the 2016 Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 season. He has played for many big name teams such as Fnatic and FaZe Clan while also teaming with his twin brother Wuskin multiple times throughout his career.
Bradley “Wuskin” Marshall
Wuskin started competing just under a year after his brother only playing two competitive Black Ops 3 events. However he joined his brother on Fnatic for the 2017 Infinite Warfare season and his career has only gone up since, having a statistical career-best season this year.
Trei “Zer0” Morris
Zer0 began his career in the 2015 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare season and has played for many top tier organizations in his career including Excel, Splyce, FaZe Clan and most recently both the New York Subliners and London Royal Ravens. Winning the 2017 Pro League Playoffs, Zer0 is also one of the only European World Champions.
Dylan “MadCat” Daly
MadCat started his career in the 2012 Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 season and has competed for some of the biggest organizations in the world including Team Dignitas, Team Kaliber, Vitality, Splyce and Lightning Pandas. Also in the 2017 Splyce team, MadCat is another one of the few European World Champions.
Byron “Nastie” Plumridge
Nastie had his rookie year in 2019 during the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 season beginning his career on Lighting Pandas. His highest CWL placement came in the form of a victory at the 2019 CWL Amateur Finals under The Bhoys.
Rhys “Rated” Price
Rated began his Call of Duty career in the 2014 Call of Duty Ghosts season. Rated nearly became a World Champion in 2016 but fell short and placed 2nd at the 2016 World Championships under Splyce.
The London Royal Ravens will now form a new roster around Sean “Seany” O’Connor or he could move back to a substitute position and a new 4 man roster may be formed.
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