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American Call of Duty player Paul “PaulEhx” Avila recently announced he is taking a break from the competitive scene to return indefinitely.

This news has come as a surprise to his fans and team, the London Royal Ravens, because he only just joined the team on October 27 of last year. For the time being, PaulEhx will be substituted by British player Matthew “Skrapz” Marshall.

PaulEhx stated that he was leaving because he needed to retract his life in order to be successful and fulfilled in the future. He also added that he will be staying off social media until he feels fit to compete again.

“Hey guys I wanted to let you all know I need some time to find my footing in life again if I want to progress,” PaulEhx explained. “This is me stepping away from social media and from competing until I feel that I am the best person and teammate I possibly can be.”

The 21-year-old Call of Duty player also expressed his gratitude to his fans and commended his team for their support in his journey. He added that, while he was stepping away, he would still be part of the London Royal Ravens as a substitute player.

“I am still a part of London as their substitute, and I have their back like I know they have mine,” he continued. “They have been nothing but supportive of me in this situation. Thank you to everyone who supports me. I hope you will continue to support me through my journey. I’ll be back better than ever.”

PaulEhx has been a very determined player since time immemorial. The American national started his career in 2020, and within the short time he has made immense progress in Call of Duty. PaulEhx has been signed to the European squad, Team WaR, AF Academy, UYU, and most recently, the New York Subliners. Also, prior to joining his current team, the London Royal Ravens, in October 2022, PaulEhx was first signed to the team in 2021 before he left in the same year to represent another Call of Duty franchise.

Having represented these teams in full capacity, he has made a few headlines in tournaments, which include the 2022 Call of Duty League :Stage Four Major, where his team at the time, the New York Subliners, came in at second place. However, proceeding further into the playoffs, the team was only able to garner a fifth-sixth place finish. Notwithstanding, they put up a good fight with their opponent, OpTic Texas.

Currently, the London Royal Ravens are left with British players Byron “Nastie” Plumridge, Trei “Zer0” Morris, the Canadian player Obaid “Asim” Asim, and substitute player Skrapz.

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