Call of Duty-Esports Engine partnership announced

January 23, 2022

Esports Engine announced as the CDL’s Official Broadcasting Partner.


Activision Blizzard has announced a new partnership with esports operations firm Esports Engine, which will see the latter become the Official Broadcasting Partner of the upcoming Call of Duty League (CDL) season.

The partnership will see Esports Engine add multiple new features to the CDL, which will include a new and expanded pre-game show, player camera, live feeds of players on HUD among others.

Esports Engine will also be using its Ohio studio throughout the CDL 2022 season to ‘host on-site desk talent for Major qualifier matches’.


Adam Apicella, Vindex CXO and Esports Engine President & Co-founder, commented:

For a number of years, the team at Esports Engine has worked closely with Activision Blizzard Esports to create electric and unforgettable experiences in Call of Duty esports.

We’re partnering with Activision Blizzard Esports to bring a number of the most skilled and passionate professionals from our team to further build on Call of Duty’s legacy.


Daniel Tsay, CDL general manager, added:

I think the fans will agree that the experience with competitive CoD that Adam and his team at Esports Engine bring to the CDL is going to be invaluable and will bring our season to the next level.

I can’t wait to get started with the Kickoff Classic.


Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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