CDL 2020: wuskin London Royal Ravens Player Profile For Call of Duty League 2020

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Bradley "wuskin" Marshall is an AR support player for the London Royal Ravens. The 22-year-old English player will feature as part of the London franchise in the Call of Duty League (CDL) 2020 Season for Modern Warfare.

Wuskin is well known for his most recent season with Team Reciprocity, as well as being one-half of the Marshall twins; his brother being Skrapz  -  both will be reunited since parting ways from the UNILAD lineup in early 2018.


Skrapz made a name for himself at the age of 19 during the Infinite Warfare season - since then wuskin has gone on to cement his name as a Call of Duty Esports great, collecting over $100,000 in prize money.

Here's Skrapz's player profile for the CDL 2020 season.

CDL 2020 Season

For the debut season of the Call of Duty League, wuskin will be a part of the London Royal Ravens - the team consists of:

  • Jordan "Jurd" Crowley
  • Rhys "Rated" Price
  • Dylan "Dylan" Henderson
  • Bradley "wuskin" Marshall
  • Matthew "Skrapz" Marshall

With the CDL 2020 season yet to start, no offline tournaments have taken place yet.



Major Achievements

The following achievements feature all offline tournaments only.

Prize pool represents the total amount the team earned.

Game Event Date Place Prize Team
BO4Call of Duty World League Championship 201918-08-20195th-6th$75,000Team Reciprocity
BO4CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs21-07-20194th$100,000Team Reciprocity
BO4CWL Pro League 201905-07-20197th-8th$74,375Team Reciprocity
BO4CWL Anaheim 201916-06-20199th-12th$0Team Reciprocity
BO4CWL London 201905-05-20197th-8th$7,500Team Reciprocity
BO4CWL Fort Worth 201917-03-20193rd$50,000Team Reciprocity
BO4CWL Las Vegas Open 201909-12-20189th-12th$25,000Red Reserve
WWIICall of Duty World League Championship 201819-08-20189th-12th$0UNILAD Esports
WWIICWL Pro League 2018 Stage 2 Playoffs29-07-20185th-6th$25,000UNILAD Esports
WWIICWL Pro League 2018 Stage 219-07-20185th-6th$12,500UNILAD Esports
WWIICWL Anaheim Open 201817-06-20184th$16,000UNILAD Esports
WWIICWL Seattle Open 201822-04-201813th-16th$0UNILAD Esports
WWIICWL Birmingham Open 201801-04-201813th-16th$0UNILAD Esports
WWIICWL Pro League 2018 Stage 122-03-20189th-10th$12,500UNILAD Esports
WWIICWL Atlanta Open 201811-03-201813th-16th$0UNILAD Esports
WWIICWL New Orleans Open 201814-01-201813th-16th$0UNILAD Esports
WWIICWL Dallas Open 201810-12-201713th-16th$0UNILAD Esports
IWCall of Duty World League Championship 201713-08-201713th-16th$15,000Fnatic
IWCWL Global Pro League 2017 Stage 2 Playoffs30-07-20175th-6th$ 20,000Fnatic
IWCWL Global Pro League 2017 Stage 223-07-20175th-8th$ 12,500Fnatic
IWCWL Sheffield Open 201725-06-20173rd$4,000Fnatic
IWCWL Anaheim Open 201718-06-201713th-16th$0Fnatic
IWCWL Global Pro League 2017 Stage 114-05-201713th-16th$12,500Fnatic
IWCWL Birmingham Open 201716-04-20173rd$8,000Fnatic
IWCWL Dallas Open 201719-03-201713th-16th$0Fnatic
IWCWL Paris Open 201719-02-20177th-8th$2,000Fnatic
IWCWL Atlanta Open 201712-02-201713th-16th$0Fnatic
IWCWL London Invitational 201729-01-20177th-8th$500Fnatic




Team History

  • London Royal Ravens - Jurd, Rated, Dylan, Skrapz (September 2019 - Present)
  • Team Reciprocity - Tommey, Zed, Seany, Denz, Dylan, Alexx (October - September 2019)
  • UNILAD Esports - Skrapz, Seany, Moose, Alexx, Zed, (November 2017 - October 2018)
  • Fnatic - Tommey, Skrapz, SunnyB (January - September 2017)
  • Team 3G - QwiKer, Niall, Deleo (December 2016 - January 2017)


wuskin's History

Black Ops 3

wuskin's season had little to speak about, he did not compete in the CWL events until the end of the season.

This was due to teams not knowing about him or willing to take a chance on him initially.


TypicalNerd, Subsist, Torres and wuskin were one round away from qualifying for COD Champs 2016, but his team lost in a map five to Supremacy.

Infinite Warfare

Infinite Warfare was where wuskin really broke onto the scene, joining Fnatic; which was their re-entry into Call of Duty esports for the first time since 2011.

Alongside Tommey and SunnyB, Skrapz convinced them to pick up his twin brother wuskin; who had recently started competing.

It was admittedly a slow but exciting start to the Infinite Warfare season. The team was full of raw talent, who were attempting to overthrow the Call of Duty giants of the scene, under the guidance of EU veteran Tommey.

As the season grew, the team thrived, with their first major placement arriving at the EU CWL Birmingham Open in 2017.

Despite a small blip, that could have potentially seen them relegated from the Pro League, they hung on to make Stage 2 before going onto the second EU event of the year (CWL Sheffield) where they once again placed 3rd.


Things seemed to be on the up as they had the highest placing of any EU team at the Stage 2 finals (top 6) and managed a perfect 3-0 in pools at COD Champs 2017.

However, a surprise upset from NA amateur team Allegiance left them in a loser bracket match to Luminosity; which they lost to finish top 16.



A new year, meant a new team. Sticking with Skrapz, the two picked up Moose and Seany to form a new squad under UNILAD Esports in WWII. It was a tale of two stories when comparing their online and offline performances.

Their lack of consistency when it mattered was enough to tempt Skrapz away from UNILAD to join Red Reserve, after a year plagued with top 16 finishes.

Moose was also dropped from the squad and the empty spots were filled by Alexx and Zed.


Another top sixteen placement greeted them in their first outing, but two months later placed fourth at Anaheim.

The team's sixth place in the Pro League was also matched as they finished top six in the playoffs.

The season ended with a top twelve finish at COD Champs 2018.

Black Ops 4

As a new year approached, wuskin and Zed joined Team Reciprocity with longtime teammate Seany, as well as picking up Tommey and Denz.

Reciprocity placed top twelve at Las Vegas, which was a good showing considering how many teams struggled at that event. They then went on to qualify for the Pro League.

After some inconsistent performances in the Pro League, Dylan was promoted to the starting lineup and Denz was dropped.


Their first major tournament as a "CWL Pro team" was Fort Worth, an event that saw them finish third after an out of this world performance; they won three successive game fives against UYU, Gen.G and Red Reserve.

The team even went on to beat 100Thieves 3-1 and were 2-0 up against Splyce before being reverse swept.

After that, the team went off the boil slightly and Tommey asked to be removed from the team due to personal reasons; meaning Denz was reinstated to the team.

The squad hit their stride again once the Pro League Playoffs came around, finishing fourth and wrapping up the year with a Cinderella run that saw them beat FaZe Clan and LG.

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Written ByChris Trout@TheTrout91