The CDL is back in action with the seventh event of the 2020 season. Florida Mutineers play host to the event which will be the third one played online due to COVID-19. Here is all you need to know about the upcoming weekend:
Stream & schedule
Florida Mutineers make a return after claiming victory at the Dallas Empire Home Series on April 12th. Eight CDL teams will once again go head-to-head from May 8-10th.
As always, the matches will be available to stream on the official CDL YouTube channel. Group matches will kick-off at 9pm (all times in GMT) on Friday.
Matches on Saturday will begin at 6pm with the first semi-final starting at 9pm on Sunday. The grand final is scheduled for 12am Monday.
Times will vary depending on time-zones. Visit the Call of Duty League website for the full schedule.
Teams & groups
- TORONTO ULTRAS
- NEW YORK SUBLINERS
- FLORIDA MUTINEERS
- MINNESOTA ROKKR
- PARIS LEGION
- ATLANTA FAZE
- OPTIC GAMING LA
- LONDON ROYAL RAVENS
Ones to watch at Florida Mutineers Home Series
Bradley “Frosty” Bergstrom
Frosty came into the Call of Duty scene after a successful stint in professional Halo. He won two Halo world championships so is no stranger to winning. The 22-year-old surprised the community with his raw talent that made it seem as if he’d been in professional Call of Duty for years. After earning a place as a starter on the Florida Mutineers, he has continued to demonstrate his skill and will certainly be one to look out for this weekend.
Adam “GodRx” Brown
GodRx has been involved in competitive Call of Duty since 2014 but has only recently made his name known amongst the top ranks. He has proven this season why he deserves his spot on the Minnesota Rokkr starting roster and will no doubt continue this form heading into the weekend. Rokkr looks to bounce back from their second place finish at CDL Dallas and GodRx will be leading the way.
Current CDL standings
With Dallas Empire and Chicago Huntsmen not playing, can Atlanta FaZe take the lead in the CDL standings?