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Minnesota RØKKR COO weighs in on Call of Duty League changes

Call of Duty League has had to adapt quickly. While the coronavirus has caused every esports league to change in some way, CDL was making changes before the coronavirus took over. With less than a month before the first Home Series in Minnesota, the league announced that it would be changing the format into a bi-weekly tournament structure more familiar to Call of Duty fans.   The goal was to have each team in the league host mini-tournaments with placements awarding points on a season-long leaderboard. In August, eight teams would be seeded based on the leaderboard and compete in the season-ending championship. Due to the coronavirus, Activision Blizzard made a revision that would see all 12 franchises taking part.

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