Tune into the Call of Duty League™ London February Home Series

Here’s what you can expect in the first tournament-style Home Series of the inaugural Call of Duty League season, as well as where you can watch all the action live.

by James Mattone on February 07, 2020

Every Call of Duty League team had their shot to set the tone for the inaugural season at Launch Weekend in Minnesota. This weekend, eight of those squads have the chance to take home the first Home Series tournament at the Copper Box Arena in Hackney, London, England.

This is the February London Home Series, hosted by the London Royal Ravens.

When, Where, and What to Watch

For those in the London area on Saturday, February 8 and Sunday, February 9, tickets for London’s first Home Series are still available in limited quantity here. You’ll watch eight elite Call of Duty League teams battle to take the top of the pro team leaderboard.

In addition to all of the action from the Call of Duty League, the London Home Series will feature performances from Nicky Romero and multi-platinum recording artist Wale* that fans at the arena can watch.

For those that aren’t in London, you can watch the tournament live on the official Call of Duty League Youtube channel where you can also watch matches on demand, including those that happened during Launch Weekend. The broadcast for each day will begin at 11 a.m. GMT / 6 a.m. ET.

The Story So Far

What happened during Launch Weekend? Well, power rankings were busted, epic plays were made, and four teams are currently tied for first at the top of the Season Standings.

You can read more on the storylines from the first weekend of the inaugural Call of Duty League season here. If you want more insight on the players and rosters check out our Call of Duty League landing page, which will also host the broadcast when the event is live. 

Event Schedule and Details

The London Royal Ravens Home Series will be the first to implement the tournament-style format, placing eight teams into two groups for a double-elimination group play stage to kick things off on Saturday, February 8. Teams who get two wins before losing twice will advance out of their group to a single-elimination tournament bracket, which will be played after the final Group Play matches on Sunday, February 9.

Group A will feature the undefeated Chicago Huntsmen, the Los Angeles Guerillas, and a first-round matchup between two teams searching for their first win of the season: the Dallas Empire and Seattle Surge. Group B will kick off Saturday’s play with the Paris Legion taking on the New York Subliners, and also includes the host London Royal Ravens and Toronto Ultra on the other side of the bracket. See the full weekend schedule here.

Call of Duty® Challengers, the official path to pro, will also have an open bracket tournamentat the venue and will run concurrently with League competition. Keep an eye on Challengers events to discover up-and-coming pros and future league talent.

Stay up to date with news on the players and teams of the Call of Duty League by visiting the website. You can watch the journey of a Call of Duty pro in the docu-series: “The Campaign”. Each episode gives a behind the scenes look while highlighting the life of a professional Call of Duty player.  

*Scheduled to appear. Talent subject to change.


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