Call of Duty adds 3 new commissions in Londonfresgttle, Chicago yesterday.
Three new franchised committees have been officially declared o as part of Activision Blizzard’s forthcoming Call of Duty League.
The three new teams will exemplify the cities of London, Seattle, and Chicago.
The London commission has been acquired by ReKTGlobal, holder of the Rogue esports
“On behalf of the whole ReKTGlobal organization, we are fascinated that we’ve landed the
London team for Call of Duty,” REKTGlobal founder and chairman Mr. Amish Shah said.
“My co-said., Dave Bialek, and I feel that some of the most enthusiastic esports fans are based in London and we are not only excited but we also welcome the challenge to represent the city while gaining more visibility & growing our brand within the UK.”
Rogue presently fields the teams in Fortnite and Rocket League, but also a holder of a franchise in League of Legends’ European league, the LEC. Out of the three fresh franchise owners, this is the lone corporation that does not also own a team in the Overwatch League.
NRG E-sports are the proprietors of the Chicago-based establishment and furthermore claim the Overwatch League’s San Francisco Shock.
The organization has a very strong stable of talent in Fortnite and Apex Legends, however, most outstandingly handle one of the world’s best Counter-Strike: Global Offensive groups.
The final franchise location, Seattle, was bought by the Aquilini Group and Enthusiast Gaming.
The Aquilini Group has a big market in traditional sports refinement of its possession of the NHL’s Vancouver Canucks and stemmed out into esports by purchasing a franchise for the Overwatch League’s Vancouver Titans.
Enthusiast Gaming is the overseeing parent corporation of Luminosity Gaming, a Canadian esports organization that has a powerful narrative in Call of Duty esports. They also help regulate the Titans.