Founded in September 2019 by ReKTGlobal, the parent company of North American organisation Rogue, the London Royal Ravens are the UK representatives for the Call of Duty League (CDL) that is scheduled to begin at the start of 2020.
The London Royal Ravens roster consists of:
- Jordan "Jurd" Crowley
- Matthew "Skrapz" Marshall
- Dylan "Dylan" Henderson
- Bradley "wuskin" Marshall
- Rhys "Rated" Price
Currently, the team has two substitutes:
- Sean "Seany" O'Connor
- Dylan "MadCat" Daly
Behind the scenes, the team is managed by:
- Michael "ODEE" O'Dell (Managing Director)
- Michael "Swizz" Butterworth (General Manager)
- Joseph "Joee" Pinnington (Head Coach)
- Shane "ShAnE" McKerral (Strategic Coach)
- James "Dominate" Batz (Assistant Coach)
CDL 2020 Fixtures
- 24th January 2020 - Florida Mutineers
- 8th February 2020 - Toronto Ultra (Home Event)
- 9th February 2020 - Dallas Empire (Home Event)
- 22nd February 2020 - OpTic Gaming LA
- 23rd February 2020 - Paris Legion
- 7th March 2020 - Atlanta FaZe
- 8th March 2020 - Minnesota RØKKR
- 21st March 2020 - New York Subliners
- 4th April 2020 - Chicago Huntsmen
- 5th April 2020 - Seattle Surge
- 18th April 2020 - Los Angeles Geurrillas
About The Team
Having earned over $250,000 in prize money during his career that spans back to 2011, Jurd has been a staple of the competitive Call of Duty scene thanks to his aggressive and high-intensity style of play with the sub-machine gun.
Rhys "Rated" Price
Known for his leadership qualities within the game and his skill with the assault rifle, Rated will be looking to bring home his first international championship on Modern Warfare, after finishing second at the 2016 world championship and other CWL events.
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Dylan "Dylan" Henderson
After breaking out into the upper echelons of Call of Duty esports during the 2018/19 season, Dylan has quickly established himself as one of the best sub-machine gunners in the world. Combining with Jurd will offer unprecedented levels of aggression and firepower on Modern Warfare.
Bradley "Wuskin" Marshall
Along with his twin brother Skrapz, Wuskin has cemented his place as one of the best assault rifle players in the world. Having competed for the likes of Fnatic, Wuskin is no stranger to the big stage and will be focussed on bringing home a championship for the London fans.
Matthew "Skrapz" Marshall
After spending the 2018/19 season on FaZe Clan, Skrapz has become one of the most flexible players in the CDL, with great ability to use a sub-machine gun or assault rifle at any given moment. Having come so close to championship glory in the past, Skrapz will be hungry to get his hands on a trophy in 2020.
Written ByJon Nicholson@MrJonno_95