The Who is the King CDL Tournament Series kicks off today and will finally answer the question: Is it pros or content creators that rule?
It's about to get spicy up in here when the elite players from Call of Duty League face the absurdly skilled Warzone content creators. Announced today by Activision and CDL, the Who is the King CDL Tournament Series will pit these two sets of talent against one another for a $150,000 grand prize. The five day tourney starting today and presented by Activision has a lot of money and ego on the line.
So, who is the king, potentially? Let's take a look at the talent involved and what you need to know about this series.
Who is the King CDL Series: Get paid
Here's the full rundown of what players will appear in the Who is the King CDL Tournament Series.
Even with a prize pool of $20K the first four days and a Grand Finals prize of $70K on the line, we're also getting an added bonus. This event will finally help answer an age-old question across all of esports. Who are the true masters of their domains? The always-grinding, ever-persistent esports pros from the Call of Duty League of the manic, ideas-driven content creators that rule Twitch streams?
Here's the full schedule, which begins today:
- Day 1 (8/16) + day 3 (8/23): Warzone formats (Kill Race)
- Day 2 (8/16) + day 4 (8/25): CDL format (Search and Destroy + Hardpoint)
- Finale (9/1): both Warzone and CDL
So, who is the king? I guess we'll find out on Labor Day weekend when this five part series comes to a close. Regardless, it's going to be an entertaining series with a load of money on the line.
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