eFuse recently unveiled a partnership with College CoD (CCL), a competitive collegiate Call of Duty organization. As a result of this deal, eFuse and CCL will launch two events to help amateur Call of Duty players get discovered this summer.
“We’re dedicated to helping gamers get discovered. That’s especially true in the college market where a path to pro is nearly unchartered,” said Matthew Benson, the CEO of eFuse. “By partnering with College CoD, we’re helping tomorrow’s esports stars get the visibility they need today. Can’t wait to see these players go off. It’s going to be a great show.”
The first event was The 2021 College CoD Summer 8’s. This tournament, which ran from July 19th to July 31st, featured a $1,000 prize pool.
The next tournament coming up is The College CoD Summer Open. This two-day event will take place on August 28th and 29th. It reportedly features a $5,000 prize pool.
(All information was provided by Esports Insider)