London fought off some stiff competition to become one of two European franchises in the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League.
Focused on representing the UK, the team consists of players from the UK and Ireland and are intent on "protecting the realm" on the virtual battlefield
On paper, this is a very strong lineup with a good combination of Assault Rifle players and aggressive sub-machine gunners.
For the first time in three years, Skrapz and Wuskin are back competing on the same team. With both twins getting close to winning their first championship last season, they are certainly going to be hungry on scoring their first big wins of their respective careers.
Rated and Jurd are the elder statesmen of the team having been at the top of European Call of Duty for the majority of the last decade. Extremely proficient with an AR, Rated is a player often overlooked by many but is an integral part of the Royal Ravens. Jurd is also integral too. Perhaps the most consistent SMG player from Europe, Jurd knows what it takes to defeat the North American juggernauts on the big stage.
Last and by no means least is Dylan. After breaking out towards the end of the World War 2 season, Dylan soon found himself skyrocketing to the upper echelons of CoD esports. Combining his aggression with Jurd has the potential to be a very formidable SMG partnership this season.
On September 13th 2019, franchise owner ReKTGlobal revealed that it was to be taking part in the Call of Duty League by acquiring the London spot. Throughout September, the coaching staff and the starting five were announced. On October 15th, the Royal Ravens branding was born.
On May 20th, Zer0 joined the Royal Ravens from the New York Subliners, demoting Jurd to the substitutes bench after some inconsistent performances.
With just a few weeks to go until the start of the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League, find everything you need to know about the league in this article!