| Tags: Call of Duty
| Author Harrison Giza
Second Round of Call of Duty League Set to Take Place This Weekend in London
The Call of Duty League is nearing its second weekend of games in London.
With the amount of hype that the COD League has generated since its launch weekend, fans are ready for another two days of streamable Modern Warfare.
The @CODLeague season continues this weekend with the Home Series hosted by @RoyalRavens!
Tune in starting February 8 at 6AM ET: https://t.co/K996cenISY pic.twitter.com/rZqifIU4XT
— CharlieIntel (@charlieINTEL) February 6, 2020
There are six scheduled matches for this Saturday. The first three matches are the Paris Legion vs New York Subliners, Dallas Empire vs Seattle Surge, Chicago Huntsmen vs Los Angeles Guerillas. Then, the humble home team London Royal Ravens takes on the Toronto Ultra. After that, there are two later matches that are to be determined after the outcome of the first four matches. There are also four TBD matches scheduled for this Sunday.
If you missed the first weekend of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare League, check out our very own recap of the event. It highlights all you need to know from the last esports extravaganza.
The Royal Ravens will also host additional events at their Home Series. One of these is the Call of Duty Challengers open bracket tournament. The Home Series will take place at the Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 3HB, United Kingdom. The first match will place at 6 a.m.
At the end of the regular season, the top eight ranked teams and four wild card spots will advance to the playoffs. During the Call of Duty League Championship Weekend, the final six Playoffs teams will face off in double-elimination competition until the final two pro teams go head to head in the Call of Duty League Championship.
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