|London Royal Ravens|
|Org Location|| England|
|Region|| CDL Franchise|
|Head Coach||Joseph "Joee" Pinnington|
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London Royal Ravens is the official Call of Duty League franchise team of London, England. It is owned and operated by ReKTGlobal.
The franchise was officially announced on September 13, 2019. Over the next few days, the team announced their initial coaching staff of Dominate, ShAnE, and Joee. On September 17, they announced not only their first player signing but also the first player signing in the history of the franchise league, wuskin. wuskin's brother, Skrapz, and Dylan joined the team on September 20. Irish SMG Jurd joined as the first non-Britsh player on September 28. A day later, the organization became the second franchise team to complete it's starting roster, with Rated joining as their 5th. On October 15, the team became the first Call of Duty League team to reveal their official name and branding, the London Royal Ravens. Seany joined as substitute on November 3 followed by MadCat on November 7.
- September 13, Team is announced as as a Call of Duty League franchise team. Swizz joins as general manager.
- September 14, ShAnE joins as strategic coach. Dominate joins as assistant coach.
- September 15, Joee joins as head coach.
- September 16, ODEE joins as managing director.
- September 17, wuskin joins.
- September 20, Skrapz and Dylan join.
- September 28, Jurd joins.
- September 29, Rated joins.
- October 9, Padrman joins as social media manager.
- October 15, Team reveals branding as the London Royal Ravens.
- November 3, Seany joins as substitute.
- November 7, MadCat joins as substitute.
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- September 13, London, Seattle, and Chicago unveiled as latest Call of Duty franchises by Ross Deason on Dexerto
- September 13, Chicago, Seattle, and London join the Call of Duty League | The Esports Dispatch by LandO on UMG Gaming
- September 14, London, Chicago, Seattle latest franchises for Call of Duty by Reuters on ESPN
- September 17, London Call of Duty franchise name possibly leaked in trademark filing by Brad Norton on Dexerto
- September 17, London Call of Duty franchise signs Wuskin by George Geddes on Dot Esports
- September 24, London COD announces first players ahead of Franchising | The Esports Dispatch by LandO on YouTube
- September 24, Call of Duty World League esports team signs Belfast lad Dylan Henderson by Shauna Corr on Belfast Live
- September 25, New Call of Duty esports league will begin play in home markets in 2020, start with 12 teams by Mike Hume on The Washington Post
- September 28, Welcome @jurd to @LondonCOD pending league approval. #MindTheGap by Call of Duty London on Twitter
- September 28, Jurd becomes Call of Duty London’s fourth signing by George Geddes on Dot Esports
- September 29, Welcome our 5th player @Rated_COD to the @LondonCOD team pending league approval. This completes our starting roster.#MindTheGap by Call of Duty London on Twitter
- September 29, London Call of Duty franchise finalizes starting roster after signing Rated by Rachel Samples on Dot Esports
- October 2, Jurd and Rated finalize London's starting roster | The Esports Dispatch by LandO on YouTube
- October 2, LONDON COD Franchise Roster Confirmed by Dexerto on YouTube
- October 9, Call of Duty® League™ – Reveal Trailer by Call of Duty League on YouTube
- October 9, All 12 Call of Duty League team names reportedly leaked by Tyler Esguerra on Dot Esports
- October 15, The Legend of the Royal Ravens by London Royal Ravens on YouTube
- October 15, The Royal Ravens is the name of the new London CoD franchise by Preston Byers on Dot Esports
- October 16, London Royal Ravens: Our Story by London Royal Ravens on Call of Duty League
- October 16, Meet Matthew "Skrapz" Marshall | London Royal Ravens with London Royal Ravens on YouTube
- October 18, wuskin: London's Twin Royal Ravens by Bradley Marshall on Call of Duty League
- October 18, @ReKTGlobal's @ODEEisOG discusses the creation of the London @RoyalRavens and details how the roster was constructed. with Cheddar Esports on Twitter
- October 19, Meet Jordan "Jurd" Crowley | London Royal Ravens with London Royal Ravens on YouTube
- October 21, Meet Rhys "Rated" Price | London Royal Ravens with London Royal Ravens on YouTube
- October 23, Meet Dylan "Dylan" Henderson | London Royal Ravens with London Royal Ravens on YouTube
- October 24, Meet Bradley "wuskin" Marshall | London Royal Ravens with London Royal Ravens on YouTube
- November 3, Seany joins London Royal Ravens as a substitute by George Geddes on Dot Esports
- November 3, Introducing Seany: The Newest London Royal Raven by London Royal Ravens on YouTube
- November 7, Introducing MadCat: The Newest London Royal Raven by London Royal Ravens on YouTube
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|London Royal Ravens: Our Story
|The London Royal Ravens represent England. Our Managing Director, Michael O’Dell (ODEE), is a veteran in the Esports world, with strong ties within London and the UK. In addition to ODEE’s representation, every region of the UK (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) and Ireland is represented through our players and entire coaching staff.
Our home region is known for their pride and their extreme enthusiasm for the Call of Duty game franchise and the esports industry. When they cheer for the home team, we know they will be proud.
Our team is hungry, passionate, and scrappy. We look forward to bringing the Call of Duty League Championship title home.
The idea behind our name, the London Royal Ravens, stems from the legend of the Tower Ravens. It has been said that the Kingdom and the Tower of London will fall if the six resident ravens ever leave the fortress.
We have seven ravens at the Tower today – the required six and one to spare. Additionally, Charles II is thought to have been the first to insist that the ravens of the Tower be protected after he was warned that the Tower and, thus, the crown itself would fall if they left.
Our team represents the guardians of London and we look forward to them protecting their crown.