London Royal Ravens sign Trei 'Zer0' Morris

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Zer0 is coming home.

The London Royans Ravens have signed Trei "Zer0" Morris, a native of England who is considered one of Europe's best Call of Duty players, to their roster, pending league approval.

Zer0 began the season as a member of the New York Subliners but was benched in February after the team's tumultuous start. The 22-year-old was previously a member of FaZe Clan before joining the Subliners in the Call of Duty League.

There is no official word yet on how the Royal Ravens will integrate Zer0 into their current roster.

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The Royal Ravens, who have struggled to find consistency in their initial season, are currently tied for eighth place in the Call of Duty League standings with 50 points. The team's best result was a semifinal appearance during the inaugural season tournament in London in early February. The Royal Ravens have one series win, a 3-2 victory over OpTic Gaming LA, since the league moved online. London will compete this weekend in the Seattle online home series and will face the Los Angeles Guerrillas in their first game.