Call of Duty

Chicago Huntsmen dines with Popeyes sponsorship

NRG Esports-owned Call of Duty League franchise Chicago Huntsmen has partnered with American multinational chain Popeyes. The deal includes a jersey sponsorship, with Popeyes having its brand located on the chest of Chicago Huntsmen’s jersey. Image credit: Chicago Huntsmen RELATED: Chicago Huntsmen sparks partnership with Zippo The partnership will first activate with Popeyes acting as the title …

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Sportradar tapped for Activision Blizzard’s franchised leagues

Activision Blizzard has partnered with Sportradar to protect the integrity of its Call of Duty League and Overwatch League. The multi-year deal will see Sportradar implement a “comprehensive” integrity in both leagues to battle betting-related corruption. Image credit: Activision Blizzard RELATED: Nevada sportsbooks permitted to accept bets on League of Legends, Overwatch Sportradar will monitor the …

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Misfits and Florida Mutineers partner with Destined 2 Dominate

North American organisation Misfits Gaming Group has formed a partnership with Florida-based supplementary provider Destined 2 Dominate. The deal includes Misfits Gaming and Call of Duty League franchise Florida Mutineers, with Overwatch League franchise Florida Mayhem not being mentioned in a release. Photo credit: Destined 2 Dominate RELATED: Playwire acquires rights to represent Misfits Gaming Group Destined …

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Coping with coronavirus: Justin “SiLLY” Fargo-Palmer on adjusting to online play

The coronavirus is impacting every facet of our daily lives. Esports is undoubtedly one of the many industries to be impacted. While it has the luxury of an online back-up plan, many companies, organisations, and people are in a bind. Esports Insider’s ongoing ‘Coping with coronavirus’ examines all the ways esports figures are moving forward …

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