Call of Duty League championship packs leaked – Daily Esports

Call of Duty Intel has released information regarding an upcoming team supporter cosmetic pack for the championship. The team supporter pack will feature one emblem, calling card, and spray for each Call of Duty League team. Additionally, these packs will feature different emblems, sprays, and calling cards from those that current team packs have.

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      An additional cosmetic pack will release alongside the team supporter pack that will feature different sprays and blueprints. The “CDL Champs” pack will feature 3 blueprints, 55 signature stickers, 3 calling cards, 3 emblems, and 3 sprays.

      Calling Cards from the CDL Champs pack


      — CDL Intel (@INTELCallofDuty) July 1, 2020

      The CDL has seemed to take a page from professional CSGO by adding player stickers into the game. Each player has their own signature sticker that they designed themselves. However, CDL Intel has informed us that the Chicago Huntsmen do not have signatures for the team.

      CDL signatures don’t include Huntsmen

      There have been numerous speculations for why the Chicago Huntsmen, arguably the CDL’s most famous team, has no signature stickers. One theory is that the Chicago Huntsmen did not submit their individual signatures on time. However not having a signature from some of the biggest names in the league may hurt sales. Seth “Scump” Abner has over 2 million followers on Twitter alone, many of which would love to have his sticker. In addition players like Mathew “Formal” Piper, Preston “Prestinni” and Alec “Arcitys” Sanderson, and Dylan “Envoy” Hannon are also high-profile players.

      A full list of player signatures for the CDL Pack is below, no @Huntsmen available.

      — CDL Intel (@INTELCallofDuty) July 1, 2020

      We do not have a set date for when these packs will release, nor a specific price for when they will come to the shop. However, we can assume that the packs will release sometime before the CDL Championships take place in August. There is also plenty of time for the Call of Duty League to change these packs, as they have yet to be officially released.

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