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Seattle Surge become latest Call of Duty League team to reveal branding

The tide has risen.

The Seattle franchise in the Call of Duty League will be called the Surge, the team announced today.

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Sporting a trident logo, the Surge became the latest CoD League team to reveal its branding. The Minnesota RØKKR and Florida Mutineers were some of the latest franchises to show off their logos and colors before Seattle’s reveal.

The Surge signed a formidable roster—on paper, at least—for the inaugural season. The lineup includes one of the world’s top assault rifle players, Sam “Octane” Larew, as well as the only three-time CoD world champion, Damon “Karma” Barlow.

Seattle will be one of 12 teams competing in the inaugural season, but fans will have to wait a while to root on their team in official league matches. Minnesota will host the first matches in league history at the Call of Duty League Launch Weekend from Jan. 24 to 26.


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