Crimsix Worried Amateur COD Will Be “Dead Upon Release Of The New Game”

Dallas Empire’s Crimsix has voiced his worries for the amateur COD scene, claiming it could be dead by next year. While the world around us has seemingly come to a halt in recent months, esports has thrived in this online world. However, Call of Duty lacks one major part, an anti-cheat. With amateur competition, the CDL Challengers Cups, moving to PC along with the Pro League, it has become easier to cheat than in previous years. With only three amateur events played since the release of Black Ops Cold War, multiple players have already been called out for cheating. This morning, Dallas Empire…

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