Fixtures

COD - CDL - Major 4 Quals 07/08 20:30 - Florida Mutineers vs Paris Legion View
COD - CDL - Major 4 Quals 07/09 19:00 - Paris Legion vs Minnesota Roekkr View

Résultats

COD - CDL - Major 4 Quals 07/03 20:30 - LA Thieves v Paris Legion 2-0
COD - CDL - Major 4 Quals 07/02 20:30 - OpTic Texas v Paris Legion 2-1
COD - CDL - Major 4 Quals 06/26 19:00 - Seattle Surge v Paris Legion 2-0
COD - CDL - Major 3 06/03 20:30 - Toronto Ultra v Paris Legion 2-1
COD - CDL - Major 3 Quals 05/27 19:00 - Paris Legion v Toronto Ultra 0-2
COD - CDL - Major 3 Quals 05/22 19:00 - Paris Legion v Los Angeles Guerrillas 2-2
COD - CDL - Major 3 Quals 05/21 19:00 - Paris Legion v New York Subliners 0-2
COD - CDL - Major 3 Quals 05/15 19:00 - Seattle Surge v Paris Legion 2-1
COD - CDL - Major 3 Quals 05/14 19:00 - Paris Legion v London Royal Ravens 2-2
COD - CDL - Pro-Am Classic 05/07 19:00 - New York Subliners v Paris Legion 2-0
COD - CDL - Pro-Am Classic 05/06 22:00 - Ultra Academy NA v Paris Legion 1-2
COD - CDL - Pro-Am Classic 05/06 19:00 - Paris Legion v Los Angeles Guerrillas 2-2

Wikipedia - Paris Legion

The Paris Legion is a French professional Call of Duty League (CDL) esports team based in Paris, France. Paris Legion is owned by C0ntact Gaming. Paris was announced as one of the first five cities to host a CDL team. According to ESPN, the publisher was looking to sell slots for approximately $25 million per team. Despite being one of the first five cities to join the CDL, the team was the final one to unveil their branding on November 2, 2019.

History

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Upon entering the CDL, the team then consisted of the following five man squad: Denz, KiSMET, Louqa, Shockz, and Zed. The team began the season at the bottom of the radar, being looked at as the clear underdogs. Paris immediately responded with upset victories over OpTic Gaming LA and the London Royal Ravens.

The team's success did not continue throughout the season however. The team went on to finish the season with a lackluster record of 11–17, as well as an early exit from the playoffs. This poor showing led the team to drop its entire roster. The team went on to pick up the roster listed above with hopes of more success in the upcoming season.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

After a rough start to their participation in the CDL, Paris released their whole roster and elected to sign Skrapz, Aqua, Classic, and Fire40. After Fire dropped a 0.40 K/D, it became clear he could not achieve success without his mentor Parasite by his side. Fire was released from the team and replaced by Temp. Not long after, Paris looked to make another roster change and acquired Zaptius in place of Classic, who went to Seattle Surge near the tail-end of the season.

Call of Duty: Vanguard

After yet another disappointing season for the French team, the roster was once again shaken up headed into Vanguard with John, Decemate, Felo, and Temp. They would find little success and would eventually release Decemate and Felo to replace them with GRVTY and Jimbo.