Revised Partnership Agreement For Call of Duty Leagye With Activision

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The Call of Duty League and Activision have finalized a revised partnership agreement aimed at boosting revenue opportunities for both teams and players. This innovative agreement introduces enhanced revenue prospects along with certain guarantees.

“Following a season marked by unprecedented viewership peaks and historic highs in live event attendances, it’s clear that the Call of Duty League is on an upward trajectory. As such, we’re intensifying our focus on the business aspects to ensure the enduring success of Call of Duty esports,” commented Daniel Tsay, General Manager of Call of Duty Esports.

“Over the last several months, we’ve engaged with Team Owners to devise a strategy that promises shared prosperity. I’m thrilled to reveal the revamped team agreement framework today, crafted to bolster the sustainability of competitive Call of Duty,” Tsay added.

Key highlights of this new arrangement include the cancellation of all outstanding entry fees and the issuance of refunds to teams that had previously paid these fees. Furthermore, the agreement guarantees teams higher revenue from their in-game item sales, Champs bundles, and provides increased subsidies for hosting live events, along with a two-year minimum revenue assurance.

“Our teams are pivotal in crafting the future of the league. By enhancing our investment in these teams through these adjustments, we aim to keep the momentum of the Call of Duty League going strong,” stated Tsay.

What are your thoughts on this revamped revenue-sharing model between Activision and the Call of Duty League? For further updates from Insider Gaming, explore our recent article detailing the 25 titles scheduled to depart from the PlayStation Plus game catalog in May.


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