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2019 Call of Duty World League Championship – Streams, Schedule, And More



It’s time for the final event of the 2019 Call of Duty World League Season!

This weekend, 32 teams will compete in the Call of Duty World League Championship, presented by PlayStation 4 as the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 competitive season comes to an end. CWL Champs takes place August 14-18 in Los Angeles, CA. August 14-15 will be the Group Play matches with August 16-18 being the bracket play for the event.

32 teams will be competing for their share of the $2,000,000 prize pool — the highest CWL Champs prize pool since 2016.

You can watch the entire event live on Twitch, MLG, and via the in-game event viewer in Black Ops 4 on PS4.

The event will kick off with Group Play matches on August 14 and 15. The top two teams from each of the groups will advance to the Bracket Play, which begins on Friday, August 16.



Here’s the schedule for August 18:

The schedules for August 16-18 will be added once revealed.

Main Stream:

Bravo Stream:

The 2019 Call of Duty World League Championship also marks the end of the CWL era for Call of Duty esports.

Activision will be transitioning Call of Duty esports to a franchised based league starting 2020 with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare featuring city based teams. More information on the new Call of Duty League will be announced soon.

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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

OpTic Scump & FormaL explain how to fix Black Ops Cold War League Play

Call of Duty League pro players Scump and FormaL have explained how Treyarch could improve its divisive League Play system.



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Members of OpTic Gaming including Seth ‘Scump’ Abner and Matthew ‘FormaL’ Piper have explained how Black Ops Cold War’s League Play system could be improved.

Fans have been divided over Black Ops Cold War’s League Play system since its launch on February 8. On one hand, it offers a competitive 4v4 experience with a much more balanced weapon and equipment pool. On the other, many find the ranking system confusing and unrewarding.

During an OpTic Gaming round table discussion alongside OpTic Hitch and H3CZ, CDL pro players Scump and FormaL discussed how Treyarch could fix Black Ops Cold War’s League Play.

Cold War League Play emblems

Offer League Play rewards as incentives to play

Hitch and FormaL discussed how there’s no incentive for a casual player to play League Play. Currently, League Play offers calling cards and emblems to players who consistently finish at the top of their ladders, but Hitch, FormaL, and Scump don’t feel this is enough.

Scump said that Cold War’s League Play won’t “bring any outsiders in,” and FormaL and Hitch continued this train of thought. Hitch brought up that there should be gear and “cool ranks” to grind for, and FormaL feels that even offering Double XP weekends in League Play would bring in more players.

FormaL elaborated on offering ranks, making reference to Valorant and how players are grinding to reach the top tier of its ranked system, but there’s nothing to grind for in Cold War. If the game launched with a “dope-a**” ranking system for players to grind, “that’s how you bring in new people,” explained FormaL.

A standardized League Play Elo system

Although admitting they don’t know the inner workings of Activision and its companies, the OpTic boys also felt that Call of Duty’s League Play would benefit from a standardized Elo system across all titles. Scump and FormaL brought up Halo and CoD: WWII as examples of a strong Elo system and Black Ops 4 and Cold War felt like a step back.

FormaL admits that developing a brand new system in a pandemic may be tough, but he doesn’t see why they can’t ask Sledgehammer Games for the code to their popular system so it can be added to Cold War. H3CZ chimed in, saying he doesn’t know why “whoever has the best League Play doesn’t say: ‘yo, use this algorithm or use this structure’.”

Treyarch’s David Vonderhaar has responded to players’ frustration with League Play, so it’s possible that the system will be revamped in the future.

Image Credit: Treyarch / Zippo

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CDL Stage 1 Super Week: Stream, schedule, format

The Call of Duty League’s Stage 1 continues with a Super Week of matches, and we have the stream, schedule, rosters, and format.



CDL Super Week

The Call of Duty League 2021 season continues with a Super Week of Stage 1 matches, with the action kicking off again on February 22. Here’s everything you need to catch all of the Black Ops Cold War action.

  • Super Week of CDL Stage 1 action takes place February 22-28.
  • All 12 teams in action again, OpTic vs Ultra & Empire vs LA Thieves as stand-out matches.
  • CDL points earned during Stage 1 used to seed teams for first Major.

Due to adverse weather conditions in Texas causing power outages for players, CDL Stage 1 Week 2 was postponed. Not to worry though, Week 2 and Week 3 have been combined into a Super Week beginning on Monday, February 22.

The Opening Weekend saw LA Thieves and Atlanta FaZe leave with perfect 2-0 records, while teams like OpTic Chicago and Dallas Empire will be hoping to avenge their Week 1 defeats when the matches begin again for the Super Week.

Every match is vital, with the 10 CDL points awarded to the winners used to determine seeding for the first Call of Duty League Major, which boats a huge $500,000 prize pool.

CDL Stage 1 Super Week stream

As always, the Call of Duty League streams all it’s matches exclusively on YouTube, where you can also find replays of any match that has been completed.

You can also earn in-game rewards by linking your Activision and YouTube accounts and watching the games live.

CDL Stage 1 Super Week Schedule

For the Super Week, CDL matches will be played every day of the week. Monday will feature two games, while Tuesday to Sunday have three. You can view the full schedule below.

Day One – Monday, February 22

LA Guerrillas vs Florida Mutineers12:00 PM3:00 PM8:00 PM7:00 AM
Toronto Ultra vs Atlanta FaZe 1:30 PM4:30 PM9:30 PM8:30 AM

Day Two – Tuesday, February 23

Florida Mutineers vs Paris Legion12:00 PM3:00 PM8:00 PM7:00 AM
New York Subliners vs London Royal Ravens1:30 PM4:30 PM9:30 PM8:30 PM
Seattle Surge vs Minnesota ROKKR3:00 PM 6:00 PM11:00 PM10:00 AM

Day Three – Wednesday, February 24

London Royal Ravens vs Dallas Empire12:00 PM3:00 PM8:00 PM7:00 AM
LA Thieves vs Seattle Surge1:30 PM4:30 PM9:30 PM8:30 AM
Toronto Ultra vs OpTic Chicago3:00 PM6:00 PM11:00 PM10:00 AM

Day Four – Thursday, February 25

New York Subliners vs Minnesota ROKKR12:00 PM3:00 PM8:00 PM7:00 AM
Seattle Surge vs LA Thieves1:30 PM4:30 PM9:30 PM8:30 AM
OpTic Chicago vs Toronto Ultra3:00 PM6:00 PM11:00 PM10:00 AM

Day Five – Friday, February 26

LA Thieves vs London Royale Ravens12:00 PM3:00 PM8:00 PM7:00 AM
Toronto Ultra vs Paris Legion1:30 PM4:30 PM9:30 PM8:30 AM
Dallas vs New York Subliners3:00 PM6:00 PM11:00 PM10:00 AM

Day Six – Saturday, February 27

Atlanta FaZe vs Paris Legion12:00 PM3:00 PM8:00 PM7:00 AM
Minnesota ROKKR vs London Royale Ravens1:30 PM4:30 PM9:30 PM8:30 AM
Toronto Ultra vs LA Guerrillas 3:00 PM6:00 PM11:00 PM10:00 AM

Day Seven – Sunday, February 28

New York Subliners vs Seattle Surge12:00 PM3:00 PM8:00 PM7:00 AM
OpTic Chicago vs Florida Mutineers1:30 PM4:30 PM9:30 PM8:30 AM
Dallas Empire vs LA Thieves 3:00 PM6:00 PM11:00 PM10:00 AM

CDL Stage 1 Super Week: Format & CDL Points

  • Location: Online
  • Prize Pool: N/A
  • CDL Points: 10 per win
  • Maps & Modes:
    • Hardpoint: Checkmate, Crossroads, Garrison, Moscow, Raid
    • Search & Destroy: Checkmate, Garrison, Miami, Moscow, Raid
    • Control: Checkmate, Garrison, Raid
  • Matches are best-of-five (HP, S&D, Control, HP, S&D)

Call of Duty League Stage 1 standings

Group A

RankTeamW-LMap RecordCDL Points
1LA Thieves2-06-120
2Dallas Empire1-15-310
3Minnesota ROKKR1-14-510
4Seattle Surge1-13-510
5London Royal Ravens0-12-30
6New York Subliners0-10-30

Group B

RankTeamW-LMap RecordCDL Points
1Atlanta FaZe2-06-220
2Toronto Ultra1-03-110
3OpTic Chicago1-15-310
4LA Guerrillas1-13-510
5Florida Mutineers0-11-30
6Paris Legion0-22-60

CDL Super Week Team Rosters

All 12 teams will be taking part in the CDL Stage 1’s Super Week, with Parasite making his second appearance for the London Royal Ravens after an impressive showing in their defeat to Paris Legion at Opening Weekend.

Dallas EmpireCrimsix, Shotzzy, Huke, iLLeY
Atlanta FaZeSimp, Cellium, aBeZy, Arcitys
Florida MutineersSkyz, Owakening, Slacked, Neptune
London Royal RavensAlexx, Dylan. Seany, Zer0
LA ThievesKenny, SlasheR, TJHaly, Temp
OpTic ChicagoScump, FormaL, Envoy, Dashy
Minesotta ROKKRAccuracy, Attach, Priestahh, MajorManiak
LA GuerrillasSiLLY, Assault, Apathy, Vivid
New York SublinersClayster, Asim, Diamondcon, Mack
Paris LegionAquA, Classic, Fire, Skrapz
Seattle SurgeOctane, Gunless, Prestinni, Loony
Toronto UltraMethodz, Bance, Cammy, CleanX

Image Credit: Activision

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David Vonderhaar potentially leaks CDL Champs 2021 dates

After receiving a note from Atlanta FaZe, David Vonderhaar has potentially leaked the date for the Call of Duty League Champs 2021.



David Vonderhaar CDL

The Call of Duty League officially kicks off on February 8, but an image posted by David Vonderhaar appears to reveal the date for CDL Champs 2021.

At the end of a long season of Call of Duty League, the top-performing teams will advance to the Championship Event to crown a winner. Last year, Dallas Empire took home the win after beating Atlanta FaZe in the finals, so they will be looking to make it two in a row.

The 2021 Season Schedule has already been revealed, but it doesn’t include the most important event: CDL Champs.

bocw cdl gameplay

Ahead of their Home Series Opening Weekend, Atlanta FaZe sent David Vonderhaar, Treyarch’s Studio Design Director, an “exclusive military crate.”

After Vonderhaar showed off his special package, some eagle-eyed Twitter users spotted a note on the bottom of one of the sheets of paper which could prove to be a major clue about the CDL Champs 2021 dates.

Written on the note is the phrase “August 9-15 – CDL,” which immediately sent CoD esports fans into a frenzy, with many guessing that this is the date for the season-ending event, and Vonderhaar had accidentally leaked it.

While this could certainly be a plausible story, it is worth noting that the page also shows dates for some of the other Home Series events which are different from the official 2021 schedule.

David Vonderhaar potentially leaks cdl champs dates

January’s news revealed that Seattle Surge was set to host their Home Series at the beginning of July, but FaZe’s note has it on the slate for the end of June. Therefore, it’s possible that Atlanta FaZe’s information is old and no longer correct.

For now, it’s highly possible that CDL Champs 2021 will take place in the week beginning August 9.

The Call of Duty League officially kicks off on February 8, so keep an eye on Charlie Intel for all the latest CDL news.

Image Credit: Activision / David Vonderhaar

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