Another week of the best Call of Duty action is about to begin.

It is hard to believe that It’s already been over a week since the beginning of the 2021 edition of the Call of Duty League

Just last Sunday, host city Atlanta lived up to the expectations of the local fans, by beating Chicago’s own Optic with a 3-2 score, after 13 long and difficult rounds in a Best-of-5 series that wrapped up the very first few active days of the current CoD season.

Take a look at some of the latest CoD League scores below, courtesy of

2021 Call of Duty League

Week 1 Score Summary

Feb 13th, 2021Los Angeles Guerrillas3-2Paris Legion
Feb 13th, 2021Florida Mutineers1-3Toronto Ultra
Feb 13th, 2021Los Angeles Thieves3-0New York Subliners
Feb 14th, 2021London Royal Ravens2-3Seattle Surge
Feb 14th, 2021Dallas Empire2-3Minnesota ROKKR
Feb 14th, 2021Atlanta FaZe3-2Chicago OpTic

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2021 Call of Duty League

Betting Odds, courtesy of

Feb 18 – 1 PM CentralFlorida Mutineers-588VSLA Guerrillas+346
Feb 18 – 2:30 PM CentralOpTic Chicago-263VSToronto Ultra+183
Feb 19 – 1 PM CentralMinnesota ROKKR-435VSSeattle Surge+278
Feb 19 – 2:30 PM CentralLondon Royal Ravens+182VSNew York Sublimers-250

*Odds are subject to change.

Atlanta FaZe reaches Week 2 at the top of Group B

Tensions got really high during the first-ever Black Ops: Cold War showdown between host Atlanta Haze and that other league favorite Chicago’s OpTic.

The Haze secured a 3-2 victory Sunday after a hard-fought battle in which both teams struggled to keep the advantage throughout the series. 

Having beaten the Los Angeles Guerrillas on their first match of the CoD tourney with a 3-nothing score, Atlanta had paired up with similarly-ranked OpTic for Best Group-B runner-up, and Sunday’s late game was to define which team was to lead their group ahead of Week 2. By the end of the evening, HaZe had taken the honourable top position credits.

Call of Duty League play will resume this next Thursday, February 18th, with two matches: The first one between The Florida Mutineers and LA Guerrillas, in which the former is heavy favorite to win with a near -600 money line price, and only a few hours later, OpTic will do battle with the Toronto Ultra.

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