Thomas “ZooMaa” Paparatto, a former New York Subliners player and Content Creator, has parted ways with the organization with which he founded the Call of Duty League.
After retiring from professional play due to a reoccurring injury to his hand, ZooMaa exploded in popularity in the Call of Duty community. Soon after, ZooMaa began streaming on a regular basis under the New York Subliners banner. The Italian Stallion has cornered the market for Call of Duty content, with over 193,000 Twitch followers and over 77,000 YouTube subscribers.
ZooMaa and co-host Ben Nissim, who worked with FaZe Clan as the team’s manager in Black Ops 4, started “The Flank” after retiring from professional play. Along with CDL Intel, The Flank has established itself as one of the best places for Call of Duty fans to get the inside scoop on what’s going on in the community. This information includes everything from exclusive interviews with players to predictions about upcoming roster changes.
Before his retirement, he was set to play for the Subliners in the Modern Warfare season. He won the organization’s first home series championship while in New York. He also brought thousands of fans to the Subliners brand thanks to his long-standing fan base.