Call of Duty League Los Angeles Home Series peaks at 66,000 viewers

The Call of Duty League saw a moderate decline in viewership in L.A.

This weekend, OpTic Gaming Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Guerrillas hosted the Call of Duty League 2020 Los Angeles Home Series at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall. The event peaked at over 66,000 viewers, averaging around 38,000 viewers throughout two days of competition, according to EsportsCharts.

The Dallas Empire won the Home Series, beating the Minnesota RØKKR 3-2 in the grand finals. The grand finals drew the most viewers during the action-packed weekend at 66,951 viewers. That match was followed closely by Atlanta FaZe vs. Minnesota, which peaked at 63,730 viewers, and OpTic vs. Dallas at 58,038. All three of those series were hosted on the second day of the tournament, which makes sense considering the tournament format of the CDL places higher stakes on the second day than the first.

The viewership this past weekend declined in comparison to other CDL events that have taken place over the past couple of months. The London Home Series, for example, brought in over 111,000 viewers a few weeks ago, according to EsportsCharts.

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