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[Discussion] The Call of Duty League Championship Kicks Off Today!

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The Call of Duty League’s eSports season is nearing its end. Between August 4th and 7th, the Championship weekend will officially begin as eight of the best teams compete for a Championship ring. The games can be watched live on YouTube and here on Thursday at 3 P.M. The series is currently presented via Call of Duty Vanguard.

The eight best teams that qualified over the weekend will compete in winners and losers brackets in an attempt to make it to Championship Sunday. Additionally, Optic Texas, the Los Angeles Thieves, the Los Angeles Guerillas, and the Seattle Surge won majors. Furthermore, the New York Subliners, the Boston Breach, the Atlanta Faze, the Toronto Ultra, and the London Royal Ravens are all in contention this weekend.

Due to Call of Duty Vanguard's unique nature and the fact that different teams won each tournament, fans have had a difficult time predicting a winner for this event. However, Atlanta Faze and Los Angeles Thieves have stood out from the crowd all season.

It's awe-inspiring to witness how much eSports has grown in the last few years. Besides Call of Duty, Counter-Strike, Valorant, Rocket League, and League of Legends are some of the most popular games being played and watched globally. It's obvious that there is a lot of potential in the industry as well as a lot of passion for it.

Do you enjoy Call of Duty eSports? What is your opinion on the Call of Duty League? Are you a fan of eSports in general? How have you felt about the season thus far? Which team do you think will win this weekend, and who is your favorite? Please comment or hit up our forum to let us know.

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