Activision has announced the arrival of three new franchises at the next Call of Duty championship. London, Chicago, and Seattle are the three most recent grafts to give their consent to participate in the new professional league.
These, therefore, are added to the nine that had already secured a slot in recent weeks.
The Call of Duty team in London was bought by the export company ReKT Global, the parent company of the Las Vegas-based Rogue organization that can boast the stakes of DJ Steve Aoki and Imagine Dragons.
The NRG, on the other hand, purchased the Call of Duty League for Chicago. The NRGs already own the San Francisco Shock, an Overwatch League franchise that is doing very well this season.
The third franchise announced will be in Seattle. The commercial was purchased by Aquilini Group and Enthusiast Gaming, which is a partner of Luminosity Gaming and already owns the Vancouver Titans, another Overwatch League expansion franchise.
At the moment, therefore, there are twelve teams that will participate in the new Call of Duty League. The other franchises include Atlanta, Dallas, New York, Paris, Toronto, Minnesota, Florida and two Los Angeles teams.
Unfortunately, this league model has also caused important defections: Nadeshot, legendary CoD player and CEO of the 100 Thieves, has in fact declared that such an investment for their organization cannot be sustainable.