“I feel like with this team, if someone’s desired role isn’t working, anything can change and we can still be unreal”
The 2020-21 Call of Duty League offseason has been one of the most chaotic and confusing periods in the esport’s history. Every team made adjustments to its roster to prepare for the return of the four-vs-four format and to build a better squad for the upcoming season.
The London Royal Ravens, in particular, dropped all but one player on its roster, which left many fans to believe the franchise would return with an entirely new team. But London recently revealed its 2021 lineup, including three returning players and a new face who previously competed with the Minnesota ROKKR.
Seany, Dylan, and Zer0 have returned for another year of competition with the London Royal Ravens. Seany was the only player not dropped at the end of the inaugural season, while Dylan and Zer0 returned after two months of free agency status. The three players are joined by Alexx, a talented player who spent the first year of the Call of Duty League with the Minnesota ROKKR. Alexx is ready to prove himself with a new team and is a valuable asset for the 2021 season.
The London Royal Ravens are moving forward without twin brothers Skrapz and wuskin, who many considered instrumental members of the roster. Despite this change, London is still confident in its new lineup featuring adaptable players with a passion for winning.
Following the reveal of London’s 2021 lineup, Dot Esports talked with London Royal Ravens head coach Dominate, assistant coach ShAnE, and Zer0, one of the three returning players. The trio explained how the new lineup was formed and their thoughts on changes introduced for the 2021 season. They also discussed their opinions on a possible bubble in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how the new Challengers Series provides better insight into the amateur scene.
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