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New York Subliners has brought on Dreal as a performance coach

This will mark his first foray into the CDL.

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The New York Subliners has made some waves during this Call of Duty League offseason, by bringing on not only Travis "Neptune" McCloud, but also Ian "C6" Porter to play alongside former Dallas Empire member James "Clayster" Eubanks. While the roster should have cohesion, due to the history its members have, the Subliners has also brought on a new staff member to further support the team.

Ehsan "DREAL" Javed will be making his first foray into the Call of Duty League by signing with the Subliners as the roster's performance coach. Previously known for his role on the Call of Duty Challengers team, Elevate, he will be helping the team build on its 2021 record that saw the Subliners finish fifth in the standings at the end of the year.

Speaking about the signing on Twitter, Dreal said, "I'm going to be joining @Subliners for this up-coming 2021 CDL season. Thank you to this incredible team for allowing me the opportunity to work alongside. No better place to learn and continue to grow."

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