Activision has dropped the current week’s Call of Duty League competition arrangement because of the wild climate in pieces of the United States.
In a tweet, the CDL said, “considering winter storms across the United States, we won’t have rivalry tomorrow [February 19].” Thus, the Call of Duty League Tournament being canceled.
— Call of Duty League (@CODLeague) February 18, 2021
Activision is, in any case, arranging some type of swap for the occasion. This will be reported today, February 18, at 9 AM PT/12 PM ET. Continue to seek out GameSpot for the most recent.
All Call of Duty League matches in 2021 is occurring on the web because of COVID-19. So many asked why Activision expected to drop an online competition because of climate. Web network is as of now a whimsical endeavor. Any individual who lives in a spot with blizzards and other outrageous climate is very much aware that an awful climate can often prompt web issues.
A blizzard and chilly climate are unleashing devastation on Texas and numerous different states, leaving millions without power. This is an undeniable issue for individuals attempting to play computer games at home. Therefore the Call of Duty League Tournament getting canceled. The tempests have hit in excess of twelve states.
In other Call of Duty news, Black Ops Cold War is commencing its most recent twofold XP weekend very soon. While there are likewise new playlists and store groups to look at.