The Dallas Empire announced its newest player today, completing the team’s lineup for the inaugural season of the upcoming Call of Duty League: 21-year-old Paul “Tisch” Tischler has joined the team as a reserve player.
A prolific competitor and Call of Duty esports veteran, Tisch has made successful appearances in dozens of tournaments since 2013 including twice at the Call of Duty World League Championship. He has competed across six titles from Call of Duty: Ghosts to 2019’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. His career has seen him play for esports organizations including Mentality Esports, FC Black, Aspire eSports, and UYU before joining the Empire.
Tisch will be relocating from his home in New Jersey to Dallas to train with the Empire and prepare for the first season of competition in the league. See the Dallas Empire’s announcement of Tisch here.
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About the Dallas Empire
The Dallas Empire is one of 12 teams competing in the inaugural season of the city-based Call of Duty League. The Dallas Empire is owned and operated by Dallas-based esports organization Envy Gaming, Inc., one of the most winning groups in Call of Duty esports history. The roster features top professional players from around the globe. The Dallas Empire will host multiple home matches in North Texas in 2020. For more information on the Dallas Empire, follow the team on Twitter @DallasEmpire.