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Zer0 officially joins London Royal Ravens from New York Subliners

London Royal Ravens have signed Zer0 to their Call of Duty League roster, snapping him up from the New York Subliners.
Zer0 officially joins London Royal Ravens from New York Subliners
After being rumoured earlier this week, Trei “Zer0” Morris has officially moved from New York Subliners to the London Royal Ravens. 

Zer0 has been benched from the New York Subliners since late February, where he was replaced by Nick “Happy” Suda after the team failed to perform in the Call of Duty League’s early stages.

Zer0 will now be hoping to turn around the fortunes of the London Royal Ravens, who have become stuck in the middle of the standings after failing to beat the top teams like Atlanta FaZe and Dallas Empire. 

He’ll be joining London Royal Ravens on the starting roster, replacing Jordan “Jurd” Crowley. 

Writing on Twitter about his move, Zer0 stated: “I’ve waited nearly four months to be back playing on a starting roster and I finally get to do that, haven’t been this excited to play in so long, thank you.”

You can check out the full starting roster for London Royal Ravens below.

  • Trei “Zero” Morris
  • Matthew “Skrapz” Marshall
  • Bradley “Wuskin” Marshall
  • Dylan “Dylan” Henderson
  • Sean “Seany” O’Connor

It's been a big week for changes within the Call of Duty League, with organisers announcing plans for the 2020 Championship and Preston "Prestinni" Sanderson moving to the Chicago Huntsmen. 

It’s expected the new starting roster for London Royal Ravens will debut at the Seattle Surge Home Series on Friday 22nd April.