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CWL Favorite Players Bracket

In the spirit of March Madness and ESPN's esports64 bracket, DraftBuff is proud to present to you: CWL Favorite Players Bracket We've selected 32 professional Call of Duty players currently playing...

Top 30 fantasy scorers in the 2019 CWL Season | #25-21

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DraftBuff Podcast #1: CWL Coaches

We're excited to announce the DraftBuff podcast! Join our hosts vLionMan and EasyMac as they take a in depth look at the Call of Duty World League. This first episode features 100 Thieves, GEN.G and FaZe Clan...

Call of Duty Franchise Up to Date List and Analysis

At a $25M price tag, the biggest question mark in the Call of Duty scene has been franchising. At the time of writing, we have nine confirmed teams: NameLocationOwnerExisting COD team?Existing OWL team?COD...

CWL Pro League: Week 8

Recap and Day 1 Going into Week 8’s Pro League matches, here were the biggest questions on our minds: will Evil Geniuses continue their successes from Week 7, what will happen to the wavering Luminosity roster,...

A Pro League Debut Done Right: EG Phantomz

Amidst all the roster change “fugaze” that goes around within competitive Call of Duty, it is often hard to keep track of the newer generation of talent and players within the scene; unless of course, they make...

Ian ‘Crimsix’ Porter | Top 10 Plays on Optic Gaming

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Call of Duty Fantasy Roster Changes

Hey all. Creating the first ever season long Call of Duty fantasy game for a brand new Call of Duty League is not an easy task. We're literally making this up as we go and so first...

Fantasy Leagues: Call of Duty 101

If you're new to DraftBuff or fantasy call of duty, have no fear! We're here to help and we're detailing everything you need to know so you'll be an expert for draft day. We...

Simp wins 2019 Rookie of the Year and SMG of the Year presented by...

When it came down to selecting the most impactful player in their very first year of professional gaming, there was no challenge. Despite being 5'3’’, Chris ‘Simp’ Lehr’s performance stood head and shoulders above the rest.