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Call of Duty League All-Star Weekend: Schedule, player line-up and how to watch

The Call of Duty League season might be over, but there’s still one tournament left before Modern Warfare’s final bow.

While many pro players are perhaps counting down to Black Ops Cold War, the Call of Duty League is making sure Modern Warfare isn’t uninstalled just yet. 

The Call of Duty League All-Star Weekend brings back 32 pro players for special 1v1 match-ups, with a 0,000 prize pool on the line. 

With the offseason spurring controversial roster drops since Championships came to an end - it might also be a showcase for individual talents on the big stage. 

When is the Call of Duty League All-Star Weekend? 

The Call of Duty League All-Star Weekend starts on Saturday 12th September at 10am PT/6pm BST and concludes on Sunday 13th September. 

All 32 pro players will be competing for the lion’s share of the $100,000 prize pool, with $15k awarded to the winner. 

 

What is the format?

The tournament is a single elimination bracket, with players seeded at random. 

They’ll be competing in 1v1 Gunfight match-ups in a best-of-three series, on a player selected rotation of SMG, AR and Snipers for each round. 

Which players are competing?

You can check out the full list of 32 players, voted for by fans, below. 

  • iLLeY (Dallas Empire)
  • GodRx (Minnesota ROKKR)
  • Skyz (Florida Mutineers)
  • Envoy (Chicago Huntsmen)
  • Denz (Paris Legion)
  • Silly (Minnesota ROKKR)
  • Formal (Chicago Huntsmen)
  • Cammy (Toronto Ultra)
  • KiSMET (Paris Legion)
  • Apathy (Seattle Surge)
  • Scump (Chicago Huntsmen)
  • Fero (Florida Mutineers)
  • Zoomaa (New York Subliners)
  • Wuskin (London Royal Ravens)
  • Kuavo (OpTic Gaming LA)
  • Shotzzy (Dallas Empire)
  • CleanX (Toronto Ultra)
  • Vivid (LA Guerillas)
  • Seany (London Royal Ravens)
  • Methodz (Toronto Ultra
  • Cellium (Atlanta FaZe)
  • Mack (New York Subliners)
  • Enable (Seattle Surge)
  • Attach (New York Subliners)
  • Dashy (OpTic Gaming LA)
  • Huke (Dallas Empire)
  • SlasheR (Optic Gaming LA)
  • Abezy (Atlanta FaZe)
  • Clayster (Dallas Empire)
  • Blazt (LA Guerillas)
  • Arcitys (Chicago Huntsmen)
  • Owakening (Florida Mutineers)

You can check out the bracket here

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Wuskin and Seany will be competing from London Royal Ravens (Picture: CDL)

What is the schedule?

The schedule for the Call of Duty League All-Stars Weekend is yet to be announced, although the action starts Saturday 12th September at 10am PT/6pm BST.

We’ll update this page with details when they’re available. 

How can I watch the Call of Duty League All-Star Weekend?

Like the Call of Duty League regular season, the action will be streamed live on YouTube and their official website.

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