Call of Duty Betting Sites
You can find Call of Duty Betting at most eSports Bookers. This betting scene will probably escalate as soon as Call of Duty League starts. We already see CoD as one of the games with widest range of eSports betting, but within one year they will even be stronger and bigger.
There is loads of exciting betting opportunities and fun bets to find within the eSport of Call of Duty. Check out some of the sites linked on this page to also find fitting bonuses. There is normally loads of bets open when there is any kind of tournament going.
The game and eSports
CoD is a FPS(first-person shooter) computer game developed by Infinity Ward and distributed by Activision. The newest game of the Call of Duty series is Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, released 2019. The first game was released 2003 and was just called Call of Duty. One can play CoD on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
The original game takes place during the World War.
This is a very unique eSport, it is one of the few eSports that is a very strong eSport – even though it does not have that much viewers and followers (compared to the big eSports). It does have very loyal viewers who normally follow most of the big tournaments. The eSport started 2006 with their game Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Since then they have grown more or less every year.
Some of the major tournaments and leagues are for example: Gamergy Open 2019, CWL Anaheim Open 2019, CWL Anaheim 2019, TexasCOD Season 1, VS Gaming Championship 2019 Open Prized Cup, Axis Esports League 2019 Season 2 and many more.
The Best teams in Call of Duty is for the time being: OpTic Gaming, FaZe Clan, Gen.G, Evil geniuses, eUnited, 100 Thieves, Team Heretics, Splyce and Team Envy.
Call of Duty League Betting and eSports Future
The Call of Duty League will hopefully become just like Overwatch League. What Overwatch League did is that they implemented League systems and terms from traditional sports that already works, and tweaked them to work for the eSports scene. If the CoD League is based on the same structure and somewhat like that, it will probably get tons of viewers and grow really fast. But it might get (just like OWL) a slow start, but will probably be the winner in the long run.
We believe this kind of “city based” league system also is awesome for the betting point of view. It makes it much more fun to cheer on a team close to your own town, for example.
Within 2-3 years we will hopefully be able to see Call of Duty eSports games and tournaments being played on traditional TV channels. The newest CoD game is out standing and has grown to become a huge game extremely fast. Another topic that will help CoD grow bigger is definitely influencers. The CoD eSports teams has been amazing on putting forward strong persons to front both the teams and themselves. One of the biggest influencers within the CoD scene is Teeqo – make sure to check him out.