Call of Duty League’s Paris Legion add experience to the coaching staff, signing Michael “Apox” Williams as a coach.
Call of Duty League’s new season is at the door and most of the teams have completed their rosters except some of them. A couple of days ago, the Los Angeles Thieves announced their new substitute player, Nathaniel “Pentagrxm” Thomas. As the season comes closer, the French representatives of the league, have announced their newest addition to the coaching staff. Apox, who has been playing for Challengers teams is now the coach for Paris Legion.
Apox has been playing professional Call of Duty since 2015. Starting with EZG eSports, he played for over 25 different teams, spending very little time in every each of them. His longest stay in a team was under Most Wanted and 3sUP, where he spent a little more than three months for each.
Apart from his Call of Duty Challengers experience, Apox has competed in Call of Duty World League Championships, back in 2018 and 2019. Even though his team failed to achieve anything worthy, he still grabbed important experiences and lessons. His first CWLC experience was under the EZG eSports uniform and he placed at 25-32nd. While he was competing under Mazer Gaming in 2019, Apox placed at 17-24th with his team.
Paris Legion formed a competitive roster that looks better on paper than their previous lineup. The new roster contains years and years of experience as all of the players have been around for many years. Apox will be helping the head coach Dylan “Theory” McGee. According to the new coach’s announcement, Theory wanted to work with him.
Paris Legion Call of Duty League 2022 Roster
- Jacob “Decemate” Cato
- Tyler “FeLo” Johnson
- Johnathan “John” Perez
- Donovan “Temp” Laroda
- Dylan “Theory” McGee (Head Coach)
- Michael “Apox” Williams (Assistant Coach)