After a super long off-season and some new teams making their appearance in the picture, 2022 Call of Duty League (CDL) will soon be here, and everyone is excited. And as Vanguard also is about to start, players are getting ready for the first LAN tournament of the year.
The 2022 season comes with a brand-new format and many mid-season actions. Here is all you need to know about the 2022 CDL season.
Before the season begins, 12 teams will fight for the Kickoff Classic tournament. After the pre-season action had concluded, the qualifiers for Major 1 begin.
This is the full schedule:
- Major 1: Online Qualifiers – February 4th-20th
- Major 1: LAN Hosted by OpTic Texas – March 3rd-6th
- Major 2: Online Qualifiers – March 11th-27th
- Major 2: LAN Hosted by Minnesota Rokkr – March 31st-April 3rd
- Major 3: Online Qualifiers – May 13th-29th
- Major 3: LAN Hosted by Toronto Ultra – June 2nd-5th
- Major 4: Online Qualifiers – July 1st-17th
- Major 4: LAN Hosted by New York Subliners – July 21st-24th
Between Major 2 and Major 3, there will be a mid-season break, the All-Star Weekend and a Warzone tournament will start with CDL players. There will also be the Pro-Am Classic, a tournament in which the best Challengers teams will fight against CDL players for a prize of $100,000.
- All-Star Weekend: Online – April 9th-10th
- CDL Warzone Pacific Tournament: Online – April 24th
- Pro-Am Classic: LAN – May 5th-8th
Which are the teams?
There are 12 teams in total. Here is the list:
- OpTic Texas
- Atlanta FaZe
- Seattle Surge
- Paris Legion
- Boston Breach
- Minnesota Rokkr
- Toronto Ultra
- Florida Mutineers
- New York Subliners
- London Royal Ravens
- Los Angeles Thieves
- Los Angeles Guerrillas