Skrapz Hints At Leaving CDL For Warzone Streaming Next Season
European Call of Duty could be about to be dealt a huge blow, as one of the most high-profile faces could be quitting the competitive scene after suffering a tough season on a makeshift Paris Legion roster that was never given a chance.
Matthew "Skrapz" Marshall was enrolled on the Paris Legion roster as their star man in the 2021 season, after securing a fourth-place finish at the World Championships with London Royal Ravens.
The 24-year old gunner had been one of many players who faced the axe from their parent club as Black Ops saw a revert to the four versus four, whilst his twin brother Bradley "wuskin" Marshall was left without a team too.
With an apparent black mark next to their names, the Marshall brothers struggled to find a high-calibre team, and after a torrid year on Paris Legion, Skrapz may now be eyeing Warzone as a full-time profession.
Skrapz Hints At Quitting CDL
With just one game left in Paris Legion's second season in the league, Skrapz hasn't wasted any time in getting familiar with Verdansk again.
The 24-year-old often streams Warzone in his downtime, but has now said "I'm going full time in Warzone after this season."
Skrapz didn't announce whether this was a permanent move or just throughout the off-season, although another season at tenth-place Paris is not going to be a move that he's going to jump at.
Will Skrapz leave the CDL?
Akin to his twin brother, Skrapz has a good understanding of Warzone and a keen eye with a sniper.
The pair could end up following in the footsteps of their former London royal Ravens teammate Rhys "Rated" Price, who has moved on to become one of the most successful competitive Warzone players around.
However, during the previous off-season, Marshall reiterated his desire to compete, despite being left off most rosters. Skrapz has been competing in Call of Duty for five years now and could be a desirable asset for a new-formed European roster in the upcoming season.
Either way, with no champs to play, for now, Skrapz has plenty of time to begin assessing his options.