Call of Duty League Kicks off
Good morning gamers and eSports enthusiasts. We just got word that the Call of Duty League weekend begins on January 24th, 2020 where Pro, Amateurs, and Fans keep against one another. Each will face off in their own respected tiers and we shall deep dive into a quick run down to explain each one better.
Call of Duty League Launch Trailer:
This league is spanning 12 teams in areas of the USA, Canada as well as Europe. However, everything has a beginning and first combat will happen in the twin cities of Minnesota. All teams will duke it out here first and then after that, the tour will take teams to each city especially battling on their home turf. This is going to be wild!
The inaugural season of the Call of Duty League begins with the Call of Duty League Launch Weekend hosted by Minnesota Røkkr at the Minneapolis Armory, January 24-26, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This first-ever event in the new league will feature all 12 teams competing live and in-person over the course of three days of matches.
The Call of Duty League Launch Weekend is more than just an action-packed home series for Minnesota Røkkr; it is a celebration of every new team for fans and players alike. The event will feature player meet-and-greets, engaging fan activities and live experiences throughout the weekend.
Call of Duty Challengers:
That’s right this is the Amateur hour where you can shine. Show your skills in this tier that could lead you to the pro seats. The game settings will mirror what the pro’s have and you will earn challenger points during this battle. This can be done in online ladders and of course tournaments to boot. I will say brush up on your skills if you have not done so already and good luck to you. There will be a lot of hot seats to be let into the Pro area.
This area is pretty cool and will probably be an exciting tier to watch. Fans will compete in a 2 vs. 2 matches and you never know you might get scouted. There will be prizes for this circuit while fans compete and represent their home town. This also grants them travel to the championship weekend too.
Keep in mind that this is just a recap of what was said a month ago so everything is set and now you just need to show up to the venues. If that is what you can do just follow this link for tickets here. Tickets have two different levels of Valhalla VIP for $175 and Reserved Tickets at $75. There are also First Come First serve sets at $45 and of course Venue Pass for $25. Pick your level and enjoy the show.
Trust I am sure there will be online areas to watch the tournament so check in with your favorite streaming service to see the action from your home. In that good luck to all the players, this coming weekend and we hope everyone has a great time! Please check out our review of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare by clicking here. – Beast Out –