September 15 was a big day for Call of Duty esports.
Hector “H3CZ” Rodriguez announced on that he was officially leaving OpTic Gaming after founding the company, amid disagreements between the decisions made by leadership of Infinite and the sale of Infinite and OpTic to Immortals.
As part of his news, H3CZ announced that he was going back to Chicago to join NRG, which owns the newly announced Call of Duty Chicago Team, alongside the Overwatch League team San Francisco Shock.
When the news broke the H3CZ joined NRG and Call of Duty Chicago, NRG launched the official Twitter page for Chicago team updates: @Chicago_COD.
Within just 20 hours since that announcement, the Chicago Call of Duty team account is now the most followed 2020 Call of Duty team account, sitting at 30,000+ followers.
The second most followed Call of Duty team account is currently Toronto Call of Duty, sitting at 14k followers.
Almost every Call of Duty 2020 League team now has a dedicated Twitter account, except for the second LA spot owned by Kroenke Sports.
If you’re interested in following a team account, here’s the list:
- Atlanta: @ATLCoD
- Seattle: @SeattleCOD
- London: @LondonCOD
- Dallas: @COD_Dallas
- Paris: @cod_paris
- Florida: @Florida_COD
- Toronto: @COD_Toronto
- Minnesota: @COD_MN
- New York: @CWL_NYC
- Los Angeles Spot 1: @Immortals (LA)
- Chicago: @Chicago_COD
- Los Angeles Spot 2: Kroenke Sports