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Seattle Surge announce new CDL roster for 2022

Hoping to reverse its fortunes in the Call of Duty League, the Seattle Surge revealed the players it will lean on in 2022 via a dramatic video on social media. Opening with the Surge logo emerging from rough seas amid a storm, the video posted to Twitter goes on to announce a starting lineup that […]

  • Report: OpTic Chicago may sell CDL spot to OWL’s Washington Justice

    The parent company of the Overwatch League’s Washington Justice is interested in purchasing OpTic Chicago’s Call of Duty League franchise slot and setting up a rebranded team in the nation’s capital, DotEsports reported Friday. The Justice are considered “one of two serious parties in negotiations” with OpTic Chicago’s parent company, NRG Esports, per the report. […]

  • Thieves add All-Star Envoy to Call of Duty starting roster

    The Los Angeles Thieves added Dylan “Envoy” Hannon to their to the Call of Duty League team on Friday, completing their starting lineup in advance of the 2022 season. The 21-yer-old Envoy, formerly of OpTic Chicago, joins Sam “Octane” Larew as the newest members of the lineup. Octane’s signing was made official Thursday. Envoy was […]

  • Minnesota Rokkr to keep lineup for COD: Vanguard

    The Minnesota ROKKR want to stick with what’s working. The Call of Duty League club announced Thursday it will retain the entire starting lineup it used in 2021 when the League switches to “Call of Duty: Vanguard” in 2022. Dillon “Attach” Price, Preston “Priestahh” Greiner, Michael “MajorManiak” Szymaniak and Eli “Standy” Bentz helped Minnesota win […]

  • Los Angeles Thieves part with four players

    The Los Angeles Thieves, fresh off tying for seventh place in the Call of Duty League Championship, gutted their roster Wednesday. First, the team announced that it parted ways with Johnathan “John” Perez and substitutes Carlos “Venom” Hernandez and Thomas “TJHaLy” Haly. Later Wednesday, the Thieves tweeted that Austin “SlasheR” Liddicoat was out, too. The […]

  • OpTic Chicago’s Dylan ‘Envoy’ Hannon enters free agency

    Dylan “Envoy” Hannon’s run with OpTic Chicago is over, with the longtime player announcing he’ll be an unrestricted free agent for 2022. Envoy was an original player on the Chicago franchise since it entered CWL Pro League play in 2016. Envoy’s contract expired on July 31, but a limited contract kept him with the team […]

  • Report: CDL deal could lead to Dallas Empire, OpTic merger

    Envy Gaming, NRG Sports and Hector “H3CZ” Rodriguez are currently discussing an arrangement that would see Dallas Empire and Optic Gaming merge into one franchise, DotSports reported Sunday. H3CZ is currently the co-CEO of NRG Sports and CEO of OpTic Gaming. It was first reported in May that he was looking to leave NRG Sports. […]

  • Los Angeles Guerrillas release entire starting lineup

    The Los Angeles Guerrillas parted ways with their entire Call of Duty League starting lineup on Sunday. In a Twitter post, the team thanked Adam “Assault” Garcia, Justin “SiLLY” Fargo-Palmer, Billy “MentaL” Putnam and Bryan “Apathy” Zhelyazkov for being “consummate professionals and representing our organization with the utmost respect during their time here.” The Guerrillas […]

  • OpTic Chicago’s FormaL to retire

    OpTic Chicago’s Matthew “FormaL” Piper announced his intention to retire from the Call of Duty scene ahead of the 2022 season. “After 10 years of scrims, tournaments, and just grinding altogether it can get tiresome,” FormaL wrote Saturday on TwitLonger. “I do believe I could still compete, but it’d be just straight up selfish to […]

  • FaZe defeat Ultra to win CDL Championship grand final

    The Atlanta FaZe are Call of Duty League champions. The FaZe bested the Toronto Ultra 5-3 in Sunday’s best-of-nine grand final of the CDL Championship at the Galen Center in Los Angeles. It wraps up a stellar season for Atlanta, which also claimed three of the season’s five majors (Stages 1, 3 and 4). The […]

  • FaZe, Ultra advance to CDL Championship grand final

    The Atlanta FaZe dominated the winners’ bracket final while the Toronto Ultra made their way through the losers’ bracket with a pair of victories Saturday, setting up Sunday’s grand final between the two at the Call of Duty League Championship at Galen Center in Los Angeles. The FaZe smothered the Dallas Empire in a 3-0 […]

  • Empire, FaZe reach CDL Championship winners-bracket final

    The Dallas Empire rallied for a win and the Atlanta FaZe swept to a victory Friday to advance to the winners-bracket final at the Call of Duty League Championship at Galen Center in Los Angeles. Dallas downed the Toronto Ultra 3-2, and Atlanta defeated the New York Subliners 3-0. The FaZe and Empire will square […]

  • Subliners, Empire advance in CDL Championship winners bracket

    The New York Subliners and Dallas Empire earned winners-bracket victories Thursday as the Call of Duty League Championship got underway at the Galen Center in Los Angeles. The $2.5 million tournament features a $1.2 million prize for the winning team. All matches in the double-elimination event are best-of-five. The Subliners edged OpTic Chicago 3-2, and […]

  • Subliners’ Clayster returns to lineup for CDL playoffs

    Three-time Call of Duty world champion James “Clayster” Eubanks is returning to the New York Subliners in time for the Call of Duty League 2021 Champs after taking a mental health break last month. The Subliners announced Clayster’s return to their lineup Thursday on social media. An announcement. #NYSL pic.twitter.com/tb2SifvRTU — NYSL (@Subliners) August 12, […]

  • CDL Championship Weekend going forward with proof of vaccination

    The Call of Duty League (CDL) announced Wednesday it would be going forward with its in-person championship event, Call of Duty League 2021 Champs, as planned at the Galen Center in Los Angeles Aug. 19-22. The catch? Fans will be allowed to attend, but only after going through the league’s newly announced COVID-19 safety measures. […]

  • Rokkr stage epic comeback to win CDL Stage 5 Major

    The Minnesota Rokkr pulled off a miraculous comeback, stunning the Toronto Ultra with an epic reverse sweep after trailing 4-0 in a stunning 5-4 triumph in the grand finals Sunday at the Call of Duty League’s Stage 5 Major. After falling behind the best-of-nine final four games to none, the Rokkr took the final five […]

  • Rokkr top Ultra to reach grand final

    The Minnesota Rokkr defeated the Toronto Ultra 3-0 to win the upper-bracket final on Saturday at the Call of Duty League’s Stage 5 Major and secure a spot in Sunday’s grand final match. In the elimination bracket matches, the Los Angeles Thieves beat the New York Subliners 3-1, the Seattle Surge stopped the Atlanta FaZe […]

  • Ultra, Rokkr upset top two seeds at CDL Stage 5 Major

    The Minnesota Rokkr and Toronto Ultra clinched berths in the upper-bracket final with upset victories Friday, knocking off the top two seeds at the Call of Duty League’s Stage 5 Major. Minnesota, avenging a loss to Dallas during the group stage nearly two weeks earlier, earned a 3-1 comeback victory over the Empire, the winners […]

  • Rokkr, Ultra score big wins at CDL Stage 5 Major

    The Minnesota Rokkr and Toronto Ultra were the big winners Thursday as the Call of Duty League’s Stage 5 Major got underway. Minnesota, which finished third in Group B during group play, delivered an impressive 3-1 verdict over the Atlanta FaZe. Meanwhile, Toronto held off a worthy challenge from the Los Angeles Thieves in a […]

  • Empire pounce on Ultra for 1st place at CDL Stage 5

    The Dallas Empire pounced on the previously unbeaten Toronto Ultra Sunday to claim first place in Group B on the final day of group-stage play at the Call of Duty League’s Stage 5. The Empire (4-1) powered their way to a 3-1 victory over the Ultra (4-1), giving Dallas the top seed in the group […]

  • Thieves rally, beat first-place OpTic in CDL Stage 5

    The Los Angeles Thieves pulled off a reverse sweep Saturday to top OpTic Chicago 3-2, handing OpTic their first loss of the Call of Duty League’s Stage 5. Chicago (4-1) easily won the first two maps, taking Moscow Hardpoint 250-72 and Express Search and Destroy 6-1, but Los Angeles claimed Checkmate Control 3-1 and Checkmate […]

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