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London Royal Ravens' PaulEhx is stepping away from competitive play

Despite being named a member of the starting roster ahead of the 2023 Call of Duty League season.

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The London Royal Ravens had a pretty middling start to the Call of Duty League, as the team ended up with a 2-2 record during Major I. It was good enough to put the team sixth in the standings for the time being, but regardless of this, it looks like some changes will be made to the roster ahead of Major II next week.

And this is because Paul "PaulEhx" Avila has stated over Twitter that he will be "taking a step back" from competitive play, as he looks to "find my footing in life again".

It should be said that PaulEhx will not be leaving the Royal Ravens though, as he will simply be moving to a substitute role. As for what this means for the team's starting roster, current substitute (and once starting member in the inaugural CDL season) Matthew "Skrapz" Marshall could be called up to fill the void in the team.

Either way, we're still awaiting to hear full confirmation from the Royal Ravens organisation as to what will happen with the starting roster ahead of Major II.

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