TORONTO'S CALL OF DUTY LEAGUE HOME DATES ANNOUNCED

TORONTO'S CALL OF DUTY LEAGUE HOME DATES ANNOUNCED

TORONTO ULTRA WILL HOST TWO HOME SERIES IN 2020

November 7, 2019 (TORONTO, CANADA) — The next chapter of Call of Duty esports is coming to Toronto and today, the inaugural 2020 season schedule has been released. The Toronto ULTRA, Canada's first and only professional Call of Duty League franchise, will host the world on March 21-22 and July 18-19, 2020.  

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"There is tremendous energy around our team and our brand at the moment, and we are thrilled to announce the dates for our home games next season. Together, with our fans, we going to ensure Toronto is a really tough place to play for the opposition," said Chris Overholt, President and CEO, OverActive Media.

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Atlanta Faze, London Royal Ravens, New York Subliners, Optic Gaming Los Angeles and Paris Legion will all visit Toronto in the first home series next March.

Chicago Huntsmen, London Royal Ravens, Los Angeles Guerrillas, Minnesota Rokkr, New York Subliners and Seattle Surge will compete in the second home series next July.

The Toronto ULTRA home venue and ticketing information will be announced later this month. Fans can visit TORONTOULTRA.GG to sign up for first access before public on sale.

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The new Call of Duty League is a global, city-based esports league composed of 12 professional teams, representing 11 markets across North America and Europe.

In its inaugural season, pro-teams compete in 5-versus-5 Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare multiplayer matches, on PlayStation®4. The professional competition features the best Call of Duty esports players from around the globe, battling for the ultimate prize: The Call of Duty League Championship.

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Paulo Senra
Paulo Senra VP, Global Content and Communications at OverActive Media

 

About OverActive Media

OAM is an integrated global esports and entertainment company that combines team ownership with audience engagement to better connect with fans, franchise partners and corporate sponsors around the world. OAM owns the Toronto Defiant of the Overwatch League, a League of Legends European Championship series franchise and recently won the rights to a Toronto-based Call of Duty League franchise  making it the world’s first esports organization to own teams in the three biggest franchised leagues. OAM recently fully acquired MediaXP, an esports-specific LIVE events company. It has also acquired two esports giants: Madrid-based, MAD Lions E.C., and Rochester-based, Splyce Inc. 

OAM is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.