The Call of Duty League announced changes to its season structure Tuesday outlining an overhaul to matches.
"We at Call of Duty League are incredibly excited to announce the addition of tournament-based play as part of the inaugural 2020 season. Beginning Week 2 in London, teams will compete in a format that is both familiar to the legacy of Call of Duty esports and fresh amidst the backdrop of our city-based franchise structure," the CDL said Tuesday in the announcement.
According to the CDL website, "Each Home Series weekend, thereafter, will feature 8 teams competing in a tournament-style competition, providing an opportunity to reign over the weekend bracket, and add to their individual Call of Duty League season point total."
This is a welcomed change among the Call of Duty esports community who were worried about the previous structure.
The Call of Duty League inaugural season is set to kick off Jan. 24 in Minnesota.