Fans have been patiently waiting for the start of the 2nd CDL season ever because the first ended back in August 2020. Each of 2020’s leading 3 regular-season teams– Dallas Empire, Atlanta FaZe, OpTic Chicago– will hold online surveys to identify which team they will face-off versus at the Kickoff Classic. Atlanta FaZe will be hosting the extremely first occasion of the routine season in their online Home Series from February 11-14. As with all COD League material, this will be streamed on the official CDL YouTube channel. This year, Home Series groups will be drawn a little differently than how they were previously.
The Call of Duty League has actually formally revealed the dates fans will finally see competitive Black Ops Cold War start, in addition to the first official Home Series event, of the 2021 season.
Fans have been patiently waiting for the start of the 2nd CDL season ever given that the first ended back in August 2020. Considering that then, we’ve had the release of Black Ops Cold War and a litany of roster changes to get delighted about, and now we can see it all enter into play.With the action
beginning very quickly, here’s whatever we understand up until now about the CDL 2021 season. CDL 2021 Kickoff
This season, the CDL are hosting the Kickoff Special, which will see all 12 teams go to battle on January 23-24.
In an unique spin on this kickoff competition, fans will have the ability to vote on who they desire each group to deal with.
Each of 2020’s top three regular-season teams– Dallas Empire, Atlanta FaZe, OpTic Chicago– will hold online surveys to figure out which team they will face-off against at the Kickoff Classic. Here are the possible teams:
- Dallas Empire: New York Subliners, Paris Legion, London Royal Ravens
- Atlanta FaZe: Florida Mutineers, Los Angeles Guerrillas, Seattle Surge
- OpTic Chicago: LA Thieves, Minnesota RØKKR, Toronto Ultra
The method through which fans can vote has not yet been revealed.