Get ready for a weekend full of competitive Call of Duty.
The commencement of the 2022 Call of Duty League (CDL) comes after a long off-season that saw the addition of new clubs and big squad adjustments. The Call of Duty League gets underway with four games that will be aired live on YouTube Gaming, with Boston Breach making its competitive debut.
A new production team is at the helm
Esports Engine has been appointed the official broadcast partner for the 2022 season for the first time in the competition’s history, introducing a lot of interesting features for fans to watch Call of Duty League matches.
This features, among other things, a new and enlarged pre-game presentation at the start of each match day, always-on player POV cameras, live player feeds on the HUD as matches develop, and much more. A high-definition media launch that will only be available on YouTube Gaming.
“For a number of years, the team at Esports Engine has worked closely with Activision Blizzard Esports to create electric and unforgettable experiences in Call of Duty esports,” said Vindex CXO and Esports Engine President & Co-founder Adam Apicella. “We’re partnering with Activision Blizzard Esports to bring a number of the most skilled and passionate professionals from our team to further build on Call of Duty’s legacy.”
Earn XP and drops
Watch live matches throughout the 2021 Call of Duty League regular season to earn double XP Tokens usable on Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific to commemorate the commencement of the Call of Duty League. In addition, players will be able to collect drops for watching the competition throughout the weekend.
You may watch the broadcasts on their YouTube Gaming channel. The league will open off with a match between the Florida Mutineers and the Los Angeles Guerrillas. So grab some popcorn and munchies and prepare for a weekend of competitive Call of Duty.