U.S. Army signs deal with Chicago Huntsmen The U.S. Army is no stranger to Call of Duty League, having secured a sponsorship with the competition itself in March. The one-year agreement was planned to activate “at multiple levels” prior to home series events being moved online due to COVID-19. The Army is the presenting sponsor of a broadcast segment titled ‘Tactical Play’ and it planned on hosting in-person activations at each franchise’s local event.
U.S. Army signs deal with Esports Stadium Arlington ARLINGTON, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Esports Stadium Arlington is proud to partner with the U.S. Army to host U.S. Army presents Reload Collegiate CS:GO Invitational. The 28-team online tournament began on April 27 and wraps up on May 9-10, 2020 weekend, with the top teams competing for a $5,000 prize pool. All matches have been broadcasted on the official Esports Stadium Arlington Twitch channel using ESA’s in-house production.
U.S. Army sponsors Call of Duty League “We have seen excitement for the new Call of Duty League grow since the season kicked off in January 2020, and we couldn’t be prouder to announce additional partners for the future vision of Call of Duty esports,” said Josh Cella, Head of Global Partnerships, Activision Blizzard Esports. “Each of these brands will help deliver fresh content and experiences to our global audience as the best players in the world compete to win the first Call of Duty League Championship.”