A few weeks ago, Call of Duty League <a href="https:\/\/happygamer.com\/reports-have-come-out-that-call-of-duty-league-will-have-fewer-events-in-2020-than-expected-49705\/">notified the community<\/a> that they were making changes to the format of its inaugural season. Players were unhappy with the match schedule, and specific esports organizations participating in the league were dealing with strains of having to host multiple competitions for different game leagues.\r\n\r\nTo help alleviate teams\u2019 and players\u2019 concerns, the league is adding a tournament structure gameplay for each week of the season, starting Week 2. They are also incorporating a points system right off the bat. \r\n\r\nCall of Duty League has finally given the full details on how the new format will work.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/CODLeague\/status\/1214959614317301760\r\n\r\nThe first season of Call of Duty League is set to get underway on January 24th, with the <a href="https:\/\/happygamer.com\/minnesota-rokkr-team-breakdown-call-of-duty-league-esport-inaugural-series-34471\/">Minnesota R\u00f8kkr<\/a> taking the lead as hosts of the event. The CDL Points System will begin during this event and will be a part of the entire regular season.\r\n\r\nEvery time a team wins a match during the regular season, they earn 10 CDL Points, and the league standings will be determined by the amount of points the teams have.\r\n\r\nThe Opening Weekend in Minneapolis, Minnesota, will feature all 12 teams facing off in matches and earning CDL Points. The three-day event will see each team play two matches.\r\n\r\nStarting Week 2, the Home Series Weekend in London, the tournament structure will be incorporated into the league. Eight teams will participate in these events and compete in a tournament bracket.\r\n\r\nThe eight teams will be broken up into two groups of four, with the first-round matches being chosen by the League Office before the event commences.\r\n\r\nThe two groups will battle within their bracket, and the teams that win two matches will advance to a single-elimination bracket to determine the Home Series Weekend winner. As mentioned earlier, each time a team wins a match, they earn 10 CDL Points.\r\n\r\nCall of Duty League has broken down the number of points teams will earn via their placement:\r\n\r\nFirst Place \u2013 50 CDL Points\r\nSecond Place \u2013 30 CDL Points \r\nThird and Fourth Place \u2013 20 CDL Points\r\nFifth and Sixth Place \u2013 10 CDL Points\r\nSeventh and Eighth Place \u2013 0 CDL Points\r\n\r\nIn a blog on the official Call of Duty League website, the league posted: \u201cTiebreakers will be determined based on the following criteria, as needed.\u201d \r\n\r\n1. Teams\u2019 Head-to-Head Match Win Percentage\r\n2. Teams\u2019 Head-to-Head Game Win Percentage\r\n3. Teams\u2019 Overall Game Win Percentage\r\n\r\nThe top eight teams that have earned the most CDL Points will advance to the playoffs. There will also be four wildcard teams that will face off in a single-elimination bracket, with two teams coming out on top and earning their place in the playoffs.