Call of Duty League is looking set to return with upcoming release of Black Ops Cold War

Albert Sheng • September 25, 20:25

Activision’s Call of Duty League is set to return with the upcoming release of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and, while information is still sparse, there’s quite a bit to note ahead of this comeback. 

There’s no official start date set for the second season’s inaugural event just yet, but fans could take the following into consideration.

The competition kicked off on January 24 last year. It’s also worth noting that the contract extension deadline for Season 2 was on September 13, with the transfer window opening the following day. Black Ops Cold War is currently set for release on November 13, and it’s possible that league organizers will want to take advantage of the hype around that release.

It’s still unknown how developers Treyarch will work with Activision to put the CDL into the upcoming title, but we should know a lot more by the time the game is released.

It’s imagined that the CDL will attract no shortage of bettors, and folks looking to set up betting accounts ahead of the season would do well to note that many prime platforms including Karamba offer great bonuses to new players.

In the meantime, betting is ongoing on games including Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and League of Legends. 

In the realm of CSGO, fans are looking forward to the playoffs of the ESL Pro League. There have been major roster changes to some top squads, most notably involving Complexity, who have been sitting near the top of Europe’s crowded field of competitors. Bettors will want to stay aware of moves like this one.

In League of Legends, fans are currently following the ongoing League of Legend World Championship, the game’s first big international event of 2020. The tournament has already seen some raucous action, and more is sure to follow.

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