In an announcement video posted on Twitter, it was confirmed Thomas “Dylan” Henderson and Trei “Zer0” Morris will be returning to the team.
They’ll be joined by the already announced return of Sean “Seany” O’Connor, along with Alex “Alexx” Carpenter who previously played for Minnesota ROKKR.
The glaring omission is the absence of twins Matthew “Skrapz” and Bradley “wuskin” Marshall, who largely became the faces of the team throughout this year’s season.
Both Skrapz and wuskin haven’t been signed by a team yet, so it’s possible they won’t be competing in the 2021 season at all - unless they’re snapped up by Paris Legion who have yet to announce their roster.
Wuskin posted on Twitter following the team announcement, stating they're going "under the radar" but will be back together soon.
I have everything 2 back my case just know that. We go under the radar and I’ll be back w my bro just know that. GL 2 London— wuskin (@wuskinz) October 29, 2020
Here's London Royal Ravens' new roster (Picture: CDL)
This year’s Call of Duty League will see a number of changes, including a switch to a 4v4 format and moving from PlayStation consoles to PC.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War releases on 13th November.