The 2020 Call of Duty League season is officially underway.
The inaugural season of the franchised league features 12 teams. These teams will compete in multiple Home Series events this year to try to gain CDL Points, which will be used to determine the league standings.
To earn CDL Points, teams will have to pick up match wins at these events. Eight of the 12 franchises will compete at each Home Series tournament. They’ll be split into two groups for pool play. The two squads from each group that win two matches will move on to compete in a single-elimination bracket to determine the Home Series champion.
Here’s a breakdown of how many CDL Points teams can earn depending on their placing at a Home Series event.
|First||50 (includes a 10-point bonus)|
|Third and fourth||20|
|Fifth and sixth||10|
|Seventh and eighth||0|
Originally, the 2020 Call of Duty League Championship Weekend was only going to feature six teams. But in May, the CDL changed the format for CoD Champs 2020 to include all 12 franchises. Gaining CDL Points as often as possible will still be crucial for a team’s seeding at the Call of Duty League Championship Weekend.
Here are the final standings for the 2020 Call of Duty League season.
|Rank||Team name||CDL Points|
|5)||New York Subliners||140|
|6)||London Royal Ravens||120|
|9)||OpTic Gaming Los Angeles||100|
|12)||Los Angeles Guerrillas||50|
The 2020 Call of Duty League regular season concluded on July 26. The $4.6 million postseason begins on Aug. 19