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How to watch the CDL Toronto Ultra Major III

Tune in for all of the Major III action happening right in the heart of Canada, here's how to watch the CDL Toronto Ultra Major III.
How to watch the CDL Toronto Ultra Major III
Even though the Call of Duty League just took a month-long break, the action has already picked back up and we’re looking ahead to Major III. Currently, the Major III qualifiers are taking place in an online environment. These matches essentially determine which teams start in the winner’s bracket and where they are seeded. The first week of qualifiers has just concluded, which had OpTic Texas going 2-0 while the defending champion LA Guerrillas went winless. Of course, there are still three more weeks to play and anything can happen. After these three weeks, Major III will commence in Toronto, Canada.

The Toronto Ultra will be the hosts for Major III starting on 2nd June. The event will conclude on 5th June with one team taking home a $200,000 winner’s prize. Each team will also earn a specific amount of CDL Points depending on where they finish. Winner’s bracket teams will play in a double-elimination bracket while the loser’s bracket teams only have one loss to spare. With the event only a couple of weeks away, we’re going to go over all of the pertinent details you need to know when you tune in.

Call of Duty Toronto Ultra Major III

Toronto Ultra Major III
The Toronto Ultra will hope to win their own Major event. (Picture: Toronto Ultra)

As previously stated, Major III will start on 2nd June, which is a Thursday. This day will have the eight winner’s bracket teams going head-to-head in four separate matches. The next day, Friday will see the four loser’s bracket teams fighting for their lives as well as some second-round loser’s bracket matches.

For fans who want to go to the Major, the event will be held at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. Tickets can be bought on the CDL’s website. Also found on the CDL’s website is the ticket center for the Challengers Teampasses. Challengers will once again have their own event on LAN, which was one of the highlights of the Minnesota ROKKR Major.

Unlike the recent Pro-Am Classic, any Challenger team who can purchase a Teampass can go to this event and compete. The Challengers will have their own stations aside from the main stage, which is commonly known as “the pit.” As usual, Call of Duty League teams will play all of their matches on the main stage.

Toronto Ultra Major III
The ticket situation for Major III. (Picture: Toronto Ultra)

On Thursday when Major III starts, the doors and matches will begin at 3 p.m. EST. However, each day after that will begin at 12 p.m. EST. This is so more matches can fit through the entire day and allows viewers outside of America to watch without it being too late at night.

Depending on how the qualifier matches go, there should be some juicy storylines heading into the Toronto Ultra Major. OpTic Texas might have to make a decision between Byron “Prolute” Vera and Indervir “iLLeY” Dhaliwal, the LA Thieves might make yet another role change, and the New York Subliners could surprise teams by being legitimate contenders. All of these storylines will come to a head come 2nd June in Toronto at the Mattamy Athletic Centre.

 

That's all you'll need to know to tune in for the CDL Toronto Major III, make sure to check out our dedicated Call of Duty section featuring game guides, title update information, and much more.

Featured image via Toronto Ultra.