The Call of Duty League (CDL) is back for another weekend of epic action, so tune in to see the Florida Mutineers virtually hosting Minnesota RØKKR, Atlanta FaZe, New York Subliners, OpTic Gaming Los Angeles, London Royal Ravens, Paris Legion, and Toronto Ultra.
Where can I watch it?
Tournament takes place 8 – 11th May and can be watched only on YouTube Gaming.
The opening match of the tournament will see Atlanta FaZe facing off against Paris Legion at 10pm BST. Day 2 will start at 1am BST with the last day of competition and finals taking place on Monday 11th May at 1 am BST.
Who is tipped to win?
Who will be Champion of the weekend? Who will climb their way up the standings and get closer to the playoffs? Here’s CDL Caster Miles Ross’ take on the competition this weekend:
“For my bold prediction, I’m seeing London take the whole thing. They take on Optic in the first game and then they play the winner of Paris versus FaZe. Last time London and Faze matched up, it was a pretty close series. I just genuinely believe, London have had a bit of time to work out their problems, they will be raring to go in the Chicago Home series and are going all the way to victory.”
What happened last time?
Dallas Empire were crowned champions of the Chicago Home Series on April 26, beating Atlanta FaZe 3-1 in the Grand Final to become the first-ever team to win multiple tournaments this Call of Duty League season.
The result earned the team 50 CDL Points putting them to the top of the 2020 standings. FaZe gained 30 points, and the top-four was completed by Huntsmen and Surge, who earned 20 points.
About Call of Duty League
Call of Duty League, global esports league of the popular video game, features the world’s greatest Call of Duty esports players representing 12 teams across four countries, battling for a Championship title
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