Find an up-to-date league table, the current set of rules used in competitive play and the schedule for the rest of the season here!
The inaugural season of the Call of Duty League (CDL) is in full swing. A new era for Call of Duty esports sees 12 brand-new franchise teams compete in Home Series tournaments across the globe. They will earn cash and CDL Points, to determine their respective place in the league table.
In this article, you will find an up-to-date league table, the current set of rules used in competitive play, and the schedule for the rest of the season!
As of writing (February 24th) the ruleset that is used for Call of Duty esports looks like this:
Domination: two five-minute rounds, the team with the highest score wins.
Hardpoint: 5 minutes on the game clock, the first team to 250 or the team with the highest score after five minutes wins.
Search & Destroy: First team to win six rounds wins, 1 minute 30 second rounds, five-second bomb plant time and a 7.5 second bomb defuse time.
A full list of all the settings for each game mode can be found on the Call of Duty League website.
Competitive Call of Duty differs a lot from the casual side of the game. There are a lot of items that have been restricted by the league alongside the “Gentlemen’s Agreement” between the players. Known as the GA, it builds on the restrictions from the official rules and includes the blanket ban of killstreaks, suppressors and a specific amount of utility that can be used in Search & Destroy.
- Model 680
- R9-0 Shotgun
- 725 Origin
- Origin 12 Shotgun
Marksman Rifles (All)
- MK2 Carbine
- Riot Shield
- M203 40mm Concussive
- M203 40mm Smokescreen
- M203 40mm Recon
- M203 40mm High-Explosive
- M203 40mm Flash
- M203 40mm Incendiary
- 12 Gauge Deputy
- 1mW Laser
- 5mW Laser
- Tac Laser
- Frangible - Wounding
- Frangible – Disabling
- Kill Chain
- Quick Fix
- High Alert
- Molotov Cocktail
- Throwing Knife
- Proximity Mine
- Decoy Grenades
- Gas Grenade
- Heartbeat Sensor
- Snapshot Grenade
- Recon Drone
- Stopping Power
- Weapon Drop
- Tactical Insertion
- Deployable Cover
Call of Duty League Operator Skins (Any) (Temporary)
After three events of the season, the standings look like this:
- Minnesota Launch Weekend: January 24th-26th
- London Home Series: February 8th-9th
- Atlanta Home Series: February 22nd-23rd
- Los Angeles Home Series: March 7th-8th
- Dallas Home Series: March 28th-29th
- Chicago Home Series: April 4th-5th
- Florida Home Series: April 11th-12th
- Seattle Home Series: April 18th-19th
- Minnesota Home Series: May 9th-10th
- Paris Home Series: May 16th-17th
- New York Home Series: June 6th-7th
- All-Star Weekend: June 13th-14th
- London Home Series #2: June 20th-21st
- Toronto Home Series: June 27th-28th
- Playoffs Weekend: TBC