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New York Call of Duty franchise reveals team name and logo

Published: 21/Oct/2019 18:05 Updated: 21/Oct/2019 19:00

by Albert Petrosyan


The Call of Duty franchise based in New York City have revealed their official name to be ‘New York Subliners,’ also announcing their logo and branding ahead of the 2020 CoD League season. 

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With the inaugural season for Call of Duty’s new franchise-based league set to kick off in early 2020, the 12 member organizations have begun making major announcements about things like rosters, staff, and official branding.

The latest to do so is the ANDBOX-owned NYC franchise, who have gone with the name New York Subliners as of October 21.

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Their branding’s main color scheme is yellow and dark navy blue, and their logo consists of two circles, a larger one around a smaller one, with two quarters of it sectioned off and enlarged, creating an off-center effect.


NY Subliners - TwitterThe official branding for the New York Subliners Call of Duty League team.
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Their name is themed after the city’s iconic subway system, which is one of the largest and most expansive in the world, and features prominently in the announcement video below.

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The Subliners are one of the few teams in the CDL to have already announced their full starting lineup, which features a collection of proven veteran players who all have strong track records throughout their careers. 

They also recently confirmed former FaZe Clan member Doug ‘Censor’ Martin as their substitute, bringing the roster’s total count of ex-FaZe players to four.



  • Thomas ‘ZooMaa’ Paparatto
  • Donovan ‘Temp’ Laroda
  • Lamar ‘Accuracy’ Abedi
  • Trei ‘Zer0’ Morris
  • Dillon ‘Attach’ Price
  • Doug ‘Censor’ Martin (substitute)

NY Subliners - InstagramThe Subliners’ roster is stacked with veteran talent.
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The Subliners are now the fourth organization to unveil their official team name and branding, joining the Dallas Empire, London Royal Ravens, and Los Angeles Guerrillas.

However, with not much time left until the 2020 campaign kicks off, fans can expect the remaining teams to follow suit in the near future.

You can keep track of all offseason roster changes and player signings with our dedicated Call of Duty League offseason RosterMania hub.