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It Has Been 100 Days Since The COD League Off-Season Began

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From Call of Duty:

TL:DR: The Call of Duty esports scene has been relatively stagnant since the New York Subliners won the championship 100 days ago. The off-season is expected to be the longest in the history of competitive Call of Duty, potentially lasting six months or more. Fans and organizations are left with a gap to fill, relying on events like the World Series of Warzone Global Final as temporary entertainment. The start of the new season is rumored to be in January 2024, but there is currently no official confirmation. Despite the lack of activity, the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III beta phases and COD NEXT showcase offer some excitement and insight into the future of the Call of Duty League. Roster changes have been limited, and many details about the next season, including maps, game modes, and weapons, remain unknown. However, this open-ended nature has its own appeal for some.

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