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Call of Duty League announces exhibition matches

The Call of Duty League will stream two exhibition matches on Sunday. Photo: Tyler Demogenes for Activision Blizzard Entertainment

Activision Blizzard's Call of Duty League announced on Friday that two online exhibition matches will be streamed Sunday at 4 p.m. ET. The seventh-place London Royal Ravens will take on the sixth-place Florida Mutineers, and the fifth-place Paris Legion will face the 11th-place Los Angeles Guerrillas.

The Call of Duty League has been on hiatus since March 12, when the league announced that it was canceling all 2020 scheduled homestands due to the coronavirus pandemic and moving the league completely online. In that same statement, the league said it would resume competition as soon as it was safe to do so. No other dates of future events have been announced.

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The Guerrillas and OpTic Gaming Los Angeles hosted the last homestand event on March 7-8 in L.A., where the Dallas Empire emerged victorious.

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