Call of Duty League 2020 season partners with Mountain Dew AMP Game Fuel, ASTRO Gaming, SCUF Gaming, PlayStation, and the U.S. Air Force.
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Mountain Dew AMP Game Fuel, the CoD League’s official beverage through the 2022 season, will also be the official beverage of the Call of Duty Challengers and League City Circuit.
ASTRO Gaming, the league’s official headset and MixAmp until 2022, will release a special edition A40 Speaker Tag and A40 TR Headset for each pro team in the Call of Duty League.
SCUF Gaming will also continue to be the league’s official controller until 2021. Like ASTRO Gaming, SCUF will release special edition controllers for each of the 12 franchised teams.
PlayStation signed up as a Call of Duty sponsor, with the PlayStation 4 console serving as the league’s official platform. PlayStation will be Call of Duty Challengers’ official partner and presenting sponsor.
The U.S. Air Force, which entered a one-year partnership with Call of Duty esports, will sponsor the broadcast feature “Match Metrics” and will activate on-site during the League Weekend event. Call of Duty League also partnered with Mitchell & Ness and Outerstuff for the season’s official player kits and fan apparel.