Call Of Duty League Boasts Strong Sponsor List Ahead Of '20 Season
The Call of Duty League has rolled out its partner list for '20 ahead of this weekend's season opener, with four returning sponsors on extended deals -- including Mtn Dew Amp Game Fuel and PlayStation -- plus a new partner in the U.S. Air Force. Mtn Dew’s gaming drink returns as the official beverage and now has a deal that runs through '22. PlayStation 4 will be the official platform of the league and the presenting sponsor of the Call of Duty Challengers amateur competition that will be held at league events. Other returning partners are Astro Gaming (deal now runs through '22) and SCUF Gaming (deal now runs through '21). The U.S. Air Force has signed a new one-year deal that will see it activate at events with flight simulators and be featured in broadcasts as a sponsor of the “Match Metrics” feature. Meanwhile, on the licensee front, CDL has added apparel maker Outerstuff as the developer of player kits and fan apparel, plus Mitchell & Ness for headwear.