The Call of Duty League Is Now Available On Twitch and Youtube
Call of Duty is arguably the biggest video game franchise in the world. It has been a consistently loved FPS since the early 2000s and its eSports has grown significantly over the past few years. The Call of Duty League, the official eSport tournament for the franchise, will be available for viewing on both Twitch and Youtube. The series’ latest iteration, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, is available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
Via its official Twitter, the League stated, “Season Update: Starting this Friday, watch CDL2023 LIVE on both YouTube and Twitch.” Furthermore, fans are overjoyed at the announcement because it allows versatility in their viewing experience and different options. In the past, the League was available exclusively on Youtube, due to a deal entered into by Activision-Blizzard. However, in the past few months, streamers were able to co-stream the game and it was exclusively on Twitch.
Due to Twitch co-streams, viewership for the Call of Duty League soared to new heights, making it one of the most highly viewed eSports in the world. Therefore, fans are happy and surprised to note that there is now a choice between Youtube and Twitch and that co-streams are an option. Also, the League is the perfect place for a competitive viewing experience as the twelve best teams in the world vie for the title of Champion.
What are your thoughts on Call of Duty? Have you tried Modern Warfare II since its release? What do you think about eSports? Do you enjoy watching the Call of Duty League? What do you think about the shows being available on Youtube and Twitch? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter and Facebook.