Everything you need to know about the CDL Paris Schedule, Streams, Teams, Results & Rules.

13:30, 19 Jun 2020

The Call of Duty League returns again this weekend, with the Paris Legion Home Series. Last time out we saw some the top five teams go head to head, with bottom-placed Los Angeles Guerrillas causing a huge upset. Many valuable points were earnt, with LAG moving from the bottom of the table, and struggling Seattle Surge showing they have what it takes to mix it up with the best. Falling to LAG, the Huntsmen had a weekend to forget, and Florida Mutineers, with Skys and Fero at the wheel, came up clutch to beat the favourites Atlanta Faze and Dallas Empire to take home their second chip. This time around we have a mixed bag of teams as the CDL points become more valuable. 

You can find the Call of Duty League Standings, Team Rosters, Rules, full schedule and all of our recaps at our full Call of Duty League 2020 hub.

If you fancy a quick taster of what's to come, here's to top five best plays from the CDL Minnesota Home Series:


In previous Call of Duty news, the Call of Duty League was taken online, rather than LAN events in a stadium. Due to the Coronavirus, all future events in the CDL schedule will be played online and will be broadcasted live on the official Call of Duty League Youtube Channel. Instead of having each Home Series in the cities of the hosts, each team will gather in their team house for communication, and join an online game versus the other team, with your favourite CoD personalities such as Maven joining as Codcaster and commentating. Since the first Home Series to adapt this (Dallas Series) many teams adapted well, however, some players do experience lag, which has been the main negative of the CDL so far.

The Paris Legion Home Series will follow suit, as will every following Home Series until the final weekend at the Toronto Ultra on the 24th-26th July. With eight series left to complete there will be a series every two weeks, spreading from Friday to Sundays.

Paris Legion Home Series Live stream and repeats:

You can find all the action from each day's live stream here below.

CDL Paris Stream Day One:

CDL Paris Stream Day Two:

CDL Paris Stream Day Three:


Group A

  • Dallas Empire
  • Florida Mutineers
  • London Royal Ravens
  • Paris Legion

Group B

  • Atlanta FaZe
  • New York Subliners
  • OpTic Gaming Los Angeles
  • Toronto Ultra

This week will see many of the mid-table teams that didn't feature last week look to rack up those all-important CDL points to secure a top 8 finish. Two previous semi-finalist sides in OpTic Gaming Los Angeles and London Royal Ravens will be sitting out, alongside New York Subliners and Paris Legion.


Matches will kick off on Friday 12th May at 9pm, with the first four matches.

Day One Fixtures:

  • Friday 19h June, 6pm GMT - Florida Mutineers vs Paris Legion
  • Friday 19h June, 7:30pm GMT - Dallas Empire vs London Royal Ravens
  • Friday 19h June, 9pm GMT - OpTic Gaming Los Angeles vs New York Subliners
  • Friday 19h June, 10:30pm GMT - Toronto Ultra vs Atlanta FaZe

This week's series has been moved forward in time to reach the European audiences such as the hosts, Paris Legion. Each match will determine the fixtures for the following day, as per the below brackets. Day Two will kick off at 6pm GMT on Saturday 20th June, with six games in total. The final day begins on Sunday 21st June 7pm, featuring the two semi-finals and the Grand Final. Warzone Weekends will also feature on Sunday before the semi-finals.



Visit our full Call of Duty League hub to check the most recent league standings and team rosters, and stay tuned here on this page for all updates and recaps in case you missed anything.

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