Call of Duty League and Challengers team tracker for 2022

Stay up to date with all the rosters throughout 2022.

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After what seemed like an offseason that lasted forever, all 12 Call of Duty League teams have officially been revealed. CDL fans will finally get to see how each squad stacks up during a preseason Kickoff Classic event starting on Jan. 21 in Texas.

The official 2022 season launch won’t be until Feb. 4, though. The first set of matches will be played online and then the action will move to LAN for all Major tournaments, barring any complications.

This team tracker will be updated regularly and will track all player movement throughout the 2022 CDL season, including new signings, substitutions, trades, or role changes, as well as any coaching changes along the way.

We’ve also included a Challengers tracker with the top-eight teams from all four regions and the winners of each Challengers tournament this season.

Recent changes

Atlanta FaZe

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Roster

  • SMG: Simp
  • SMG: aBeZy
  • Flex: Cellium
  • AR: Arcitys
  • Substitute: Prestinni

Coaching staff

  • Head coach: Crowder
  • Assistant coach: RJ
  • Search and Destroy coach: 2Pac
  • Analyst: EasyMac

Recent changes

Boston Breach

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Roster

  • SMG: Capsidal
  • SMG: Nero
  • Flex: TJHaLy
  • AR: Methodz
  • Substitute: N/A

Coaching staff

  • Head coach: Zed

Recent changes

Florida Mutineers

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Roster

  • SMG: Vivid
  • SMG: Owakening
  • Flex: Skyz
  • AR: Davpadie
  • Substitute: Yeez

Coaching staff

  • Head coach: Willet

Recent changes

London Royal Ravens

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Roster

  • SMG: Afro
  • SMG: Nastie
  • Flex: Gismo
  • AR: Zer0
  • Substitute: N/A

Coaching staff

  • Head coach: Dominate

Recent changes

Los Angeles Guerrillas

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Roster

  • SMG: Asim
  • SMG: Huke
  • Flex: Gunless
  • AR: SlasheR
  • Substitute: Spart

Coaching staff

  • Head coach: Bevils
  • Assistant coach: Ricky
  • Analyst: Doug Liebe

Recent changes

Los Angeles Thieves

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Roster

  • SMG: Envoy
  • SMG: Drazah
  • Flex: Kenny
  • AR: Octane
  • Substitute: N/A

Coaching staff

  • Head coach: JKap

Recent changes

Minnesota RØKKR

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Roster

  • SMG: Standy
  • SMG: Attach
  • Flex: Priestahh
  • AR: MajorManiak
  • Substitute: N/A

Coaching staff

  • Head coach: Saintt
  • Assisant coach: Loony
  • Analyst: Alexdotzip

Recent changes

New York Subliners

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Roster

  • SMG: HyDra
  • SMG: Neptune
  • Flex: Crimsix
  • AR: Clayster
  • Substitute: N/A

Coaching staff

  • Head coach: Revan
  • Analyst: JP
  • Performance coach: DREAL

Recent changes

OpTic Texas

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Roster

  • SMG: Shotzzy
  • SMG: Scump
  • Flex: iLLeY
  • AR: Dashy
  • Substitute: General

Coaching staff

  • Head coach: Rambo
  • Assistant coach: Sender

Recent changes

Paris Legion

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Roster

  • SMG: John
  • SMG: Decemate
  • Flex: Temp
  • AR: FeLo
  • Substitute: N/A

Coaching staff

  • Head coach: Theory
  • Analyst: JPDigits

Recent changes

Seattle Surge

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Roster

  • SMG: Pred
  • SMG: Mack
  • Flex: Sib
  • AR: Accuracy
  • Substitute: N/A

Coaching staff

  • Head coach: Fenix

Recent changes

Toronto Ultra

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Roster

  • SMG: Bance
  • SMG: CleanX
  • Flex: Cammy
  • AR: Insight
  • Substitute: Hicksy

Coaching staff

  • Head coach: MarkyB
  • Analyst: Flux

Recent changes

Challengers team tracker

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North America

  • Pandur, GodRx, Pentagrxm and Vikul
  • Spart, Prolute, Mohak and Yeez
  • Mock, Hollow, Uli, and Mind
  • Seany, Classic, Assault, and Exceed
  • Kyzer, 2ReaL, Gunsiii, and Cryptic
  • Welly, Noysii, Mochila, and Radial
  • Hicksy, Royalty, Xotic, and DiamondCon
  • Zinx, Ghosty, Proto, and Brack

Tournament winners

  • NA Challenger Cup No. 1: Assault, Seany, Classic, and Exceed
  • NA Challenger Cup No. 2: Prolute, Mohak, Spart, and Yeez
  • NA Challenger Cup No. 3: Pandur, GodRx, Pentagrxm, and Vikul
  • NA Challenger Cup No. 4:

Europe

  • Lucky, JurNii, MeTTaLz, and ReeaL
  • Wailers, Henry, Jurd, and Abuzah
  • Harry, Vortex, Beans, and Weeman
  • Rafi, Grad, Niall, and Furious
  • Sukry, Yako, envdiaN, and Super
  • Wardy, Chaaxter, BBConor and RunneR
  • EriKBooM, JW, Dxsable, and Divvxll
  • Twizz, Izaac, ZiRoW, and Toki

Tournament winners

  • EU Challenger Cup No. 1: Lucky, JurNii, MeTTaLz, and ReeaL
  • EU Challenger Cup No. 2: Lucky, JurNii, MeTTaLz, and ReeaL
  • EU Challenger Cup No. 3: Lucky, JurNii, MeTTaLz, and ReeaL
  • EU Challenger Cup No. 4: Denza, Watson, Keza, and Mythix

Asia Pacific

  • Cruze, Jahzn, Replyd, and BuZZO
  • Cronus, Immense, Lymax, and Restalling
  • Louqa, Fighta, Shockz, and Swifty (Renegades)
  • Setz, Zepa, Crimzahh, and Nimble
  • ManOfChicken, Stocka, Liaym, and Middoh (Mindfreak)
  • Mish, Rhei, Imagine, and Khizma
  • Lick, JamesJHR, Tedson, and Alkazah
  • Zylen, Locuust, Jaspah, and Mo

Tournament winners

  • APAC Challenger Cup No. 1: Setz, Zepa, Crimzahh, and Nimble
  • APAC Challenger Cup No. 2: Cruze, Jahzn, Replyd, and BuZZO
  • APAC Challenger Cup No. 3: Cruze, Jahzn, Replyd, and BuZZO
  • APAC Challenger Cup No. 4: Cronus, Immense, Lymax, and Restalling

Latin America

  • Couti, Jano, Traix, and Zooner
  • Dylan, Legendah, Rafa, and Savage
  • DJ, Evadde, Lucho, and Sukry
  • Biel, EliTz, Krevz, and Scarz
  • Coti, Caos, Keo, NanZ
  • Reasson, Reivax, Santy, and Sqechy
  • DreaMz, JHustleR, Nuker, and Tino
  • AnuBahh, Combo, ITraDex, and Khaoz

Tournament winners

  • LATAM Challenger Cup No. 1: Caos, Legendah, Rafa, and Savage
  • LATAM Challenger Cup No. 2: Couti, Jano, Traix, and Zooner
  • LATAM Challenger Cup No. 3: DJ, Evadde, Lucho, and Sukry
  • LATAM Challenger Cup No. 4:

This article will be updated throughout the 2022 season.