Call Of Duty League: Fans Choose Round The Year Winners

Published 09/14/2020, 1:48 PM EDT


Call of Duty League celebrated its inaugural year by allowing fans to choose winners for certain awards. The Call of Duty League Fan Choice Awards awarded ten plus awards to the participating pros chosen by fans.

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The best of CDL, starting from the “Clutch of the Year” to the “2021 Player to Watch” every award was a celebration of the success of the CDL franchise.

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Further to that, all the voting was done online. Call of Duty League ended on August 30 with Dallas Empire grabbing the crown. Nonetheless, the inaugural year for the League was made memorable with these awards.

Yesterday also marked the end of the All-Star Weekend. 32 of the best in the League battled out in the 1v1 fashion to claim the crown. The finals saw a matchup of the same League finalists. Atlanta FaZe’s Cellium faced three-time World Champion Clayster of the Dallas Empire. In two very close rounds, Cellium claimed the dub 2-0.

Coming back to the Fan Choice Awards here is a list of all of the categories of awards and their chosen winners.

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Call Of Duty League Fan Choice Awards

Award for Clutch of the Year and S&D Clutch Player of the Year- Envoy

Award for Respawn Player of the Year– Simp

Award for Breakout Performance– Shotzzy

Award for Marksman of the Year– Wuskin

Award for Comeback of the Year– Chicago Huntsmen

Mayor of Verdansk– Rambo Ray and Bertha

Award for Duo of the Year– T2P (Scump and Formal)

Award for the Best Veteran– Scump

Award for 2021 Player to Watch– Dashy

Award for Match of the Year– Atlanta FaZe versus Toronto Ultra in the Toronto Home Series.

Award for Moment of the Year– Chicago Huntsmen defeating Dallas Empire in the Launch Weekend matchup

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That wraps up all the awards that were announced yesterday. The League is stepping into its second year now and we expect it will only get bigger and better with time. This year it had to overcome a lot of hurdles, especially the pandemic which forced the League to go online.

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Here’s hoping the next year of the Call of Duty League is smoother and much more an exciting ride for CDL fans. Watch the award ceremony below.

 

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Avhinandan Chakraborty

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Avhinandan Chakraborty is an eSports author at EssentiallySports since August 2020. He is currently pursuing his Master's degree in English Literature from Calcutta University, and has been professionally writing since 2020. Ever since he was a child, he has been extremely passionate about online gaming and eSports, having played titles like GTA Vice City, FIFA, and IGI, among many others.

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