London Royal Raven’s newest addition leaves competitive gaming
Paul Avila better known by his in-game name PaulEhx leaves competitive Call of Duty gaming for London Royal Raven. The main assaulter stepped down from the competitive scene after the rumours circulated that he was swapped from the roster. He confirmed this as the substitute player Skrapz aka Matthew Marshall swapped him from the roster.
The player expressed his feelings through a post on Twitter. He is currently upset with the current situation. Earlier everything went well, the player was doing fine during the initial stage of the season. But the downfall started when they reached Stage One Major. London Royal Raven failed to make it to the qualifiers and was unable to finish in the top 8 positions.
With only the challengers to be played, the player stepped down from social media and participation in the competitive scenario. According to him, he needs time to adjust and secure a strong grip on his life to move ahead. His return to competitive gaming is currently on the brink as he won’t be returning anytime soon. First, he wants to be a better person and later a better teammate to return to the competitive gaming scene.
He is a former player of New York Subliners and joined London Royals Ravens back in October 2022. He has been a part of the team for a very few days. Over the span of his career, He has appeared on Call of Duty Black Ops 4, Cold War, Modern Warfare, Modern Warfare II, Vanguard, and World War II.
His current position
As he announced on Twitlonger, he is still with the team but as an inactive player. He is a part of their substitution and will always be there with the team. He even believes that just like he is, his team also got his back. His team members were extremely supportive in this current situation. Somewhere he lacks his grip, and won’t be participating in the upcoming challengers, not even like a usual substitute player.
Know about London Royal Ravens
London Royal Ravens is a London-based Call of Duty League franchise team. The team is owned by ReKTGlobal and is sponsored by HyperX, Midnite, and LG UltraGear. Currently, they had a partnership with Rogue. They are the UK’s only Call of Duty League team and are under EnterInfinitelR.
This team participates in the Call of Duty League which is one of the professional esports leagues for the game series. Activision is responsible for the league.