Beginning Friday (April 7), the Call of Duty League will stream live on both YouTube and Twitch, Activision Blizzard revealed on Thursday. This is a bit of an about-face from December when it was announced that the 2023 season would be broadcast exclusively on Twitch.
But apparently something happened between December and March, and it looks like the league has reversed course on making broadcasts only available on Amazon’s streaming platform. The CDL is also still offering Twitch Prime rewards for viewers that watch matches on Twitch or CallofDuty.com.
More details on this weeknd’s CDL Major IV Qualifying Matches can be found here.
The CDL’s exclusivity deal with YouTube officially expired in January; the first three seasons of the league were broadcast exclusively on YouTube as part of a three-year, $160M USD broadcasting rights deal with the platform.