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Call of Duty League delays week 2 matches amid winter storms

With power outages hitting major cities across the United States, CDL has pushed back the schedule for the 2021 Season.
Call of Duty League delays week 2 matches amid winter storms
The Call of Duty League isn't taking any chances amid terrible weather conditions hitting North America and has decided to postpone the start of week 2 of the 2021 season. 

In a quick update via social media, CDL stated that the upcoming matches scheduled for 18th February will not be played, in its place, the organizers will share news about a revised schedule moving forward.

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The two matches in question involved Los Angeles Guerrillas facing the Florida Mutineers and Toronto Ultra against Optic Chicago. No word on whether the rest of week 2 would go ahead as planned.

This is far from the only esports event that has been postponed due to the current winter storms that have led to power outages across the United States. 

Recently, Riot Games announced that the Valorant Champions Tour would have to be delayed a few days, moving to 20th February from its original 18th February start date.

We'll keep you updated as more information is revealed. For more on all things Call of Duty, check out how to get Stage 1 rewards for tuning into CDL.