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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Los Angeles Guerrillas sign AquA

The LA based franchise is looking to add another player to its forming roster ahead of the beginning of the Call of Duty League next year.

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The Los Angeles Guerrillas of the Call of Duty League have announced that they have signed Ulysses "AquA" Silva. The franchise that is owned by Kroenke Sports and Entertainment and is a sister team to the Overwatch League's Los Angeles Gladiators first revealed themselves on October 18, however they haven't released much information regarding a roster since then.

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Photo: Los Angeles Guerrillas

A week ago, the team did announce that they would be signing Patrick "Aches" Price to their roster but yesterday marks the day when they revealed the acquisition of their second player, AquA.

Throughout his career, AquA has placed within the top four of every Call of Duty Championship he's attended. The last year, however, has seen him play for Splyce who didn't manage to make it to the Championship.

Speaking about the signing on Twitter, AquA said; "Super excited to play for Los Angeles Guerrillas, can't wait to show people what I can do again. Also get to play from the state I'm from!"

The Los Angeles Guerrillas is one of the two franchises in the Call of Duty League who are based in LA, the other being Optic Gaming. Unlike the Guerrillas, Optic has announced their full roster however, we won't know whose to be the king of the City of Angels until the league kicks off next year.

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Photo: Activision

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