The New York Subliners has announced their fourth member for the 2021 season in the form of young French talent HyDra
Recently the New York Subliners announced the addition of Clayster to the squad, naming three of the required four players for the 2021 season starting roster. James “Clayster” Eubanks, Tommy “ZooMaa” Paparatto and Mackenzie “Mack” Kelley were the three named starter. However, the fourth was yet to be named.
Today, the New York Subliners announced their fourth would be Paco “HyDra” Rusieweiz. HyDra is an 18-year-old Frenchman and will join the Subliners as their fourth starter for the 2021 season. HyDra’s name is well known in the amateur Call of Duty community. He's won over 17 local LAN events before turning 18.
Call of Duty League fans will be expecting HyDra to live up to the performances of fellow amateurs such as Mack, and Joseph “Owakening” Conley from the 2020 season as he joins a team of two experienced players and fellow young gun Mack. HyDra couldn't be joining a better team. In the last two seasons, Clayster has taken amateur players in their rookie season and taken them to a World Championship win. Could HyDra be the next? No one knows just yet, but New York will definitely be a team to look out for next season.