Call of Duty League Major 2 Qualifiers: How to Watch, Schedule

After a three-week hiatus, the Call of Duty League Major 2 Qualifiers begin on January 13th.

Here’s a breakdown of how to watch the online qualifiers ahead of the Boston Major.

After the first LAN event of the 2023 season, the CDL will again play online matches to determine the Major 2 seeding. During the month of January, the 12 CDL teams will each play 5 matches against opponents chosen at random before the season began. With the new roster of OpTic Gaming, the surprise Major 1 victory of the New York Subliners and the search and destroy battles of Seattle Surge, there are plenty of storylines to come over the next few weeks.

Unlike Major 1, there will be no Challengers teams in Major 2. Without the semi-confusing bracket phase of Major 1 along with the Alpha, Bravo, Charlie and Delta twitch streams, the CDL is now a lot easier to watch.

To catch all Phase 2 games, viewers can watch the CDL streams on and Following the success of the Major 1 Watch Party program, the CDL is expanding its program to include Major 2 qualifiers. Though the CDL hasn’t revealed the full list of personalities, viewers can expect fan favorites like Thomas “ZooMaa” Paparatto and Ian “Enable” Wyatt to be hosting watch parties once again.

Games begin January 13 at 3:00pm ET. Matches will take place in the same Friday, Saturday and Sunday format in January until the final on January 29th.

CDL Major 2 Qualifiers Week 1 (13 Jan – 15 Jan)

CDL Major 2 Qualifiers Week 2 (20 Jan – 22 Jan)

CDL Major 2 Qualifiers Week 3 (27 Jan – 29 Jan) Call of Duty League Major 2 Qualifiers: How to Watch, Schedule

Greg Norman

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