COVID-19 is reshaping the gaming industry and now Call of Duty League is going to take the competition online. As the Corona Virus is progressing with many brutal consequences, social gathering and logistic support have been in the center of the crisis. Considering the health and safety of employees, fans, players, teams, and partners, the authority of the Call of Duty League has come to a decision for online-based competition. Until the situation becomes safe, players will take part in the competition from home. The online participation will start from April 10 and the audience can watch the league on YouTube channel.
Currently, Esports is taking over the conventional live sports event and drawing a huge audience and igniting local gaming communities. Now it is time to see, how Call of Duty League performs in its online league challenges. The Call of Duty official website first announced this major changes last month and recently they have announced the dates for matches which are starting from April 10 and they have also mentioned, “Call of Duty League has seen firsthand the power of our live events in our inaugural season, and will return to city-based competition in front of live audiences as soon as it is safe and logistically possible.”