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With one week to go before the unofficial start to the 2022 Call of Duty League season, the CDL has released the full schedule for the upcoming year. This schedule looks similar to last year’s, with the exception of each major taking place on LAN. Also, all of the online qualifier matches are scheduled ahead of time, so fans can see exactly what time and who their favorite team plays in any given stage.
Unlike last year, there are only four majors before CDL Champs kicks off at a current undisclosed time. There’s also a mid-season break for players to partake in All-Star festivities, a CDL Warzone tournament and the first Pro-Am Classic — where current Challenger teams can face off against professional rosters to showcase their skills.
The full schedule for the CDL 2022 season is viewable below. However, fans can also go to the CDL’s website to see the matches and schedule for the online qualifiers in each stage. Every match has already been pre-determined, so teams will play each other an equal number of times to ensure fairness in terms of seeding.
CDL 2022 schedule revealed
Schedule LOCKED for the #CDL2022 season 🗓️
— Call of Duty League (@CODLeague) January 14, 2022
The official start date for the 2022 season is Feb. 4. This is the beginning of the online qualifiers and takes place over a span of three weeks before the major event on LAN. The CDL Kickoff Classic starts on Jan. 21 but doesn’t reward any team CDL Points for the official standings.
- Online Qualifiers: Feb. 4-20
- OpTic Texas LAN Tournament: Mar. 3-6
- Online Qualifiers: Mar. 11-27
- Minnesota ROKKR LAN Tournament: Mar. 31-Apr. 3
- Apr. 9-10: All-Star Weekend
- Apr. 24: CDL Warzone Pacific Tournament
- May 5-8: Pro-Am Classic
- Online Qualifiers: May 13-29
- Toronot Ultra LAN Tournament: June 2-5
- Online Qualifiers: July 1-17
- New York Subliners LAN Tournament: July 21-24
- Date TBA
That’s the full schedule for the 2022 season. However, the CDL stated that the date and locations are subject to change.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.