Call of Duty League side Paris Legion have confirmed the signing of Bryan "Jimbo" Sabmanm to their roster.
In the CDL Major 2 qualifiers, meanwhile, Paris Legion are 2/1 to beat LA Guerrillas, who are 4/11 to prevail.
The signing of "Jimbo" follows the departure of Tyler "FeLo" Johnson from the Legion roster earlier in the week and comes ahead of the second Major in the Call of Duty League season.
Struggling Paris have been tweaking their roster since the start of the year with Thomas "GRVTY" Malin taking the place of Jacob "Decemate" Cato in an earlier LAN tournament and they have struggled to make an impact in 2022.
Legion finished rock bottom of the Major 1 qualifier standings with a 0-5 win-loss record before winning their opener in the actual tournament against Seattle Surge.
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They followed that with defeat to Boston Breach in the second round and will now swiftly turn their attention to qualifying for the second major tournament of the campaign.
And they will have "Jimbo", formerly of Team WaR and famously a member of the Atlanta FaZe Academy team during the 2020 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare season, at their disposal for their upcoming contests with LA Guerrillas first up this Saturday
Following the move to Legion in the CDL, "Jimbo" wrote on Twitter: "Thank you everyone for your support.
"Really happy to be in this position, [it's] been years since I've dreamt of this. I might have lost my mind in the process but it was worth all the sacrifices. It truly gets better."