Activision announced that the Call of Duty League (CDL) will expand to several Latin American countries next season.
For several years now, the best teams in the world have faced each other in this professional tournament to fight for glory. Now, its Challengers division will allow players from our region to take their first steps in the competitive scene of Call of Duty: Vanguard.
The 2022 CDL Challengers will begin on December 4. From that day on, everyone will have a chance to win cash prizes by playing online cups on weekends.
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Mexican teams must compete on the North American server against teams from the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Jamaica. Meanwhile, the Latin American server will be made up of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Peru, among others.
In North America, the teams that score the most points during the Open Cups will qualify for higher-level tournaments such as the Challengers Elite and the Challenger Finals. Activision has not confirmed if the South American squads will also be able to aspire to these instances, but promised to reveal more information soon.
Although it’s only been 2 weeks since the release of CoD: Vanguard, the competitive scene is ready for action. Unfortunately, the delay of the first season and some controversy have tainted its premiere. We’ll see if the game manages to capture the attention of the community like its predecessors did.