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Call of Duty League announces Super Week, following delayed Stage 1 Week 2 matches

The Super Week features 20 matches over a seven-day period.

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Activision has revealed that the Call of Duty League will get a Super Week of games next week, starting Monday, February 22. The Super Week comes after Stage 1 Week 2 was cancelled due to the severe weather conditions affecting Texas, US currently. The Super Week will essentially combine Week 2 and 3 together for seven days worth of games that will lead in to the first Major of the season in the first week of March.

The announcement article, detailing the reasoning behind the Super Week reads as follows, "With 24 pro players currently stationed in Dallas, TX, we want to provide teams and players with more time to get safely situated and to effectively prepare for upcoming matches leading up to the first Major Tournament of the season."

As the Super Week features plenty of matches, 20 in total to be exact, you can be sure to check out the full schedule of the games in the image below that spans the full seven-day long event. The first match however, will still be the Florida Mutineers vs. the Los Angeles Guerrillas as was expected last night. It will take place at 8pm GMT / 9pm CET, so be sure to check out the action when it begins.

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