CDL 2023 Season Fully Revealed, Begins in December 2022
For years, Call of Duty esports fans have argued against the long breaks in-between seasons. Every year, the off-season period lasts anything up to seven months, and it creates a massive rift between a new Call of Duty title launching and the esports season beginning. Now, owing to a drastic review of the structure ahead, the Call of Duty League 2023 season will begin on December 2nd, 2022. It’s the shortest break we’ve ever seen between seasons.
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