Call Of Duty League Is BACK This Weekend – How To Watch via YouTube Gaming

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As a sports fan, it’s a really tough time right now. Given the ongoing pandemic that our world’s dealing with, we’re forced to watch replays of classic sporting events, scroll social media for any sports-related news, and, generally speaking, find new ways to scratch that itch for live sports.

Instead of putzing around and complaining about all that, though, it’s time to get into something that’s become the rage for the past few years now: esports.

We all know about the phenomenon, but, for those who haven’t experienced it, now’s the time to check it out. That’s because the latest Call of Duty League season is returning to action this Friday, April 10 at 4 p.m. ET on YouTube Gaming, with the league shifting to an online competition and broadcast production format — and there’s no telling how it’ll all shake down.


Sounds pretty awesome, right? Given the tough times and need for sports right now, the Call of Duty League will satisfy your hunger to get live events without being around thousands of other people. Take a look below at the dopeness of the upcoming esports league.


In the new, fully online format, players, team staff, and production personnel will compete and work safely from locations of their choice, while still maintaining the same competitiveness esports fans have witnessed at live events. The action, intensity, rivalries, play-by-play and smack talk is all back — while also giving players and teams the most safe and fair way of competing remotely, given the unique challenges posed by the current health situation.

The nine remaining regular season Call of Duty League events will be played Friday to Sunday, and will start at the same time each day (Fridays at 4 p.m. ET, Saturdays at 1 p.m. ET, and Sundays at 4 p.m. ET).

The Call of Duty League is a global affair—with 12 professional teams representing 11 different cities across both North America and Europe—so this is a great time to pick a favorite team and enjoy world class esports competition. And with pro teams competing in 5-on-5 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare multiplayer matches — all battling for the chance at the ultimate prize: The Call of Duty League Championship — the stakes have never been higher.

To see just how intense this is all going to be, take a look below at the format and some added info.

Call of Duty League Regular Season Events

Home Series events are online and will feature 8 teams in the Call of Duty League competing in a single-elimination tournament bracket Home Series events run from Friday to Sunday.

Teams earn 10 points in the standings per win — with the winning team of a weekend tournament earning 50 total points. Team season point total, win-loss records and league standings will be updated as regular-season match play commences in 2020. Details on the end-of-season Call of Duty League Championship are forthcoming.

Call of Duty Challengers

As the official path to pro system for amateur players around the globe, Call of Duty Challengers is where you can showcase your esports skills — all for a chance at a prize pool of over $1 Million.

Like professional Call of Duty League matches, Call of Duty Challengers events are now online and open to amateur hopefuls in North America, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific — each with their own dedicated regional events.

Call of Duty League City Circuit

Designed to take casual competition to the next level, the city circuit gives fans a chance to compete on behalf of Call of Duty League team cities. Fans can sign up as duos to go head-to-head in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2v2 Gunfight matches for a chance to win prizing and glory for their favorite franchise team.

Details on the online City Circuit are coming soon, according to the Call of Duty League.


Now’s the time to take part in some badass live esports events, all while seeing the best gamers from around the world compete. And, because the Call of Duty League gives you the chance to show-off your own skills to get involved, it’s one way to prove that you deserve some recognition for your little lockdown hobby — so sign-up now.


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Nick's a Sr. Editor for BroBible, mainly relying on his Sports Encyclopedia-like mind to write about things. He's also the co-host of the BroBible podcast "We Run This," and can be seen sweating his ass off while frequently running 10+ miles around Seattle.

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