• YouTube is the new home of Overwatch and Call of Duty esports

    1 month ago - By Destructoid

    There's been a lot of movement and deal-making in the video-game-streaming space lately, and it's hard to imagine that's going to let up anytime soon. Today, just in time for the Call of Duty League season kick-off, Activision Blizzard announced that YouTube - not Twitch - will now be its "exclusive streaming partner" for esports including Overwatch , Call of Duty , Hearthstone , "and more."
    In other words, if you follow any of these leagues live or on-demand, you'll now need to turn to YouTube - and not just in 2020. Google and Activision Blizzard's partnership is worldwide, excluding...
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  • Call of Duty League partners once again with PlayStation

    Call of Duty League partners once again with PlayStation

    1 month ago - By Playstation Enthusiast

    Call of Duty announced that it was once again partnering with PlayStation for its Call of Duty League and Challengers. E-Sports are undoubtedly a massive industry in the gaming scene. And, one of the biggest brands in the picture is Call of Duty. Yes, it is not DOTA or League of Legends, but we can all agree it is considerably big in the scene. Through its official Twitter account, Call of Duty League announced that it was partnering yet another year with PlayStation. Specifically, this partnership will cover the Call of Duty League event and the Call of Duty Challengers....
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