On October 29th, eFuse announced it had acquired both the College CoD League (CCL) and the College Carball Association (CCA). The financial details of this acquisition have not been revealed at this time.
Three executives from both CCL and CCA will join eFuse as full-time employees. These individuals will report to Chief Strategy Officer Patrick Klein. Both organizations will continue to operate independently of one another.
“The CCL and CCA not only defines the collegiate Call of Duty and Rocket League experience but serves as a masterclass in audience development, AAA event production, and full-throttle expansion,” said Matthew Benson, CEO of eFuse. “At eFuse, we’re dedicated to helping gamers get discovered, and we can’t wait to bring industry-leading opportunities to the 4,200 players that make up the CCA and CCL community. What they have built is special, and this upcoming year together will be big.”
The College Carball Association relates directly to American collegiate esports athletes that play Rocket League. Meanwhile, the CCL serves college Call of Duty players throughout the United States.
(All information was provided by WFMZ-TV)