London’s Call of Duty franchise adds two more CWL superstars

Scott Robertson

Two of the hottest CoD free agents in Dylan “Dylan” Henderson and Matthew “Skrapz” Marshall are staying close to their homes and signing with CoD London for the upcoming Call of Duty World League.

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London has been calling, and is out to a fast start when it comes to putting together a team. After announcing earlier in the week that has signed Englander Bradley ‘wuskin’ Marshall as its first player, CoD London have now struck twice in one day, by signing Dylan and Skrapz.

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Skrapz speaks directly to the camera on a video posted to the CoD London Twitter channel, having apparently just woken up. He reveals that he has signed with the London franchise before it pans over to his new teammate Dylan, who proudly proclaims that “it’s coming home.”

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So far London is the only franchise to announce any players, and have already announced three. Wuskin is joined by his former Reciprocity teammate in Dylan, while Skrapz joins from FaZe Clan.

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Wuskin and Dylan both departed Team Reciprocity when the team announced they would not be applying for Call of Duty franchising. London says that this signing is also pending League approval.

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“So far we have Wuskin, Dylan, and Skrapz – who else do you have in mind for our roster?” Michael Butterworth, London’s GM said. 

With this core from both FaZe Clan and Reciprocity, London could make a bold statement in their first season of the Call of Duty League. Reciprocity finished 5-6th at the Call of Duty World League Championship and became crowd favorites for their quick rise through the Call of Duty scene. 

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More signings from various Call of Duty teams are expected as 2019 rolls onwards, as all teams are expected to have full rosters of at least seven players. 

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Scott is a former esports writer for Dexerto, who covered a variety of esports games including, CS:GO, Valorant and League of Legends.