The Call of Duty League is coming back this weekend, with online matches that kick-start with the matches on hold from the Dallas Empire homestand. We’ll be getting online homestand matches every two weeks for the next few months. Esports Betting, for gamers by gamers.

The 9 remaining home events will be played over the weekend, Friday-Sunday: Friday and Sunday matches will begin at 3pm CT; Saturday matches will begin at 12pm CT. The league will also produce 5 events for the pro dudes, the Call of Duty Challengers; the events will each last two days and have $50,000 in prizing.

The pandemic had made the rounds last month canceling CDL’s live homestand action, but the league is now on track to resume them from the online scenario, hoping to continue when the coronavirus outbreak is smothered.

According to the league’s statement, “Although the shift to online tournaments may not be what we imagined at launch, we are deeply grateful to be able to continue to spotlight our incredible teams in a new way, and to give our cities and fans more reasons to cheer.

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