The Call of Duty League is Activision’s latest franchised esports league following their successful launch of the Overwatch League.
As of this article, the new franchised organisations are finalizing their rosters for the start of the 2020 season. Here is the roster rundown for the Call of Duty League.
— Atlanta FaZe (@ATLFaZe) October 26, 2019
3 teams in 10 years and I’m adding one more to that list. Heads down and GRIND. Our biggest opponents are ourselves. Looking forward to this season and I’ve never been hungrier to be the best. Less than one week away until it starts.@Clayster@Shotzzy@Huke@iLLeYYY@COD_Dallas
— Empire C6 (@Crimsix) October 18, 2019
London Royal Ravens
Follow our starting roster ?️
— L?nd?n R?yal Ravens (@RoyalRavens) October 7, 2019
New York Subliners
The NYC boys finally in one place.
We’ve got a ton of experience, the fans and New York behind us.
Expect great things. pic.twitter.com/W0V58xVgcB
— New York Subliners (@subliners) October 7, 2019
OpTic Gaming LA
— OpTic Gaming™ (@OpTicGaming) October 24, 2019
Scoring merch AND meeting the team? See ya there from 5-8 tonight Toronto ? https://t.co/AkrQwOBiqx
— Toronto Ultra (@TorontoUltra) October 25, 2019
Not only has a roster been finalized for Minnesota, but the franchise has also confirmed their team branding. Please welcome the Minnesota RøKKR to the Call of Duty League.
— Call of Duty League (@CODLeague) October 29, 2019
Votre équipe Call of Duty Paris
En attente de validation par la ligue
— COD Paris (@COD_Paris) October 3, 2019
As they are announced, the rest of the CDL teams will be displayed in this article as well as their branding. Which is why some of the teams in this article are yet to be named.
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Written by Jordan Marney