London Royal Ravens substitute Harry has been promoted to the starting roster ahead of this weekend’s Pro-Am.

Gismo will be taking a step back from the roster for the time being.

The fan-favourite Ravens player is battling with some personal issues that he will be returning home to the UK to deal with.

Harry will step into the team for this weekend’s Pro-Am tournament.

The move will leave Toronto Ultra’s EU team without a fourth member going into the event.

London Royal Ravens announced the change on Twitter.

They said: “We’ve officially placed Harry in as a starter for the team, replacing Gismo.

“Gismo will remain as a sub for our squad going forward.”

Gismo will be missed in the league whilst he’s gone. A huge character with a massive personality, the league will be worse off without him in it.

After London announced his role switch, he took to Twitter to tell fans what is happening.

He said: “As much as I love competing my mental health has got to come first, so I’ll be returning home to deal with personal issues.

“When I do compete in the league again, I’ll be back to ‘JGlizzy’ form.

“I appreciate all the love and support, remember ‘Health before Wealth’.”

London will play against LA Thieves, New York Subliners and EU roster Wardy and Co. under the banner of Team WaR in the pro-am pools this weekend.

Harry will remain in the team past the pro-am and will stay on the roster as a starter indefinitely.

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