Today marks the second week of competition in the inaugural season of Call of Duty League. Week 2 is hosted by the London Royal Ravens in London, England, and eight teams have been battling it out on the first day of play. \n \nHere was the schedule for Saturday, February 8. \n \nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/CODLeague\/status\/1226071767283896325 \n \nThe matches were streamed on YouTube Gaming, and Call of Duty fans can watch replays of the games as well. \n \nThe eight teams competing in London are London Royal Ravens, New York Subliners, Dallas Empire, Seattle Surge, Toronto Ultra, Los Angeles Guerrillas, Paris Legion, and Chicago Huntsmen. \n \nEach matchup was a best-of-five series, and here are how things played out in the opening matches: \n \nIn the opening matchup of the Week 2 event, Paris Legion took on the New York Subliners, and the Subliners earned the victory, winning three out of four matches. The New York Subliners won the first match, which was Hardpoint, and then the second match, Search and Destroy. The Paris Legion took the victory in the third match in Domination. But, New York Subliners sealed the deal and ultimately got their hand raised when they won the fourth match in Hardpoint. \n \nThe next battle was against Dallas Empire and Seattle Surge, and it only took three matches for the Dallas Empire to earn the victory. They won three matches in a row, but even though Dallas won each one, the Surge put up a great fight, with each match ending with a close finish. Specifically, in the second match, Search and Destroy, Dallas Empire narrowly won with a 6-5 result. \n \nIn the third matchup of Week 2 in London, the Los Angeles Guerrillas squared off against the Chicago Huntsmen. The Huntsmen replicated what Dallas did in the second matchup by going 3-0 against their opponent. The first two matches, Hardpoint and Search and Destroy, were dominated by Chicago. But the third match, Domination, was much closer with an end score of 169-167 for the Huntsmen. \n \nIn the "Marquee Match," hometown heroes London Royal Ravens battled it out against the Canadian team, Toronto Ultra. London was able to perform for their home crowd, and they won the matchup by securing a 3-1 run. They won the first two matches, Hardpoint and Search and Destroy, but then dropped the third match to Toronto in Domination. They were able to silence the Canadian team, however, by dominating Hardpoint in the fourth match. \n \nThe match between New York Subliners and London Royal Ravens is still being played, and there will be a post written covering the results when the battle concludes.