CDL Team Owners Desire Increased Sponsor Revenue Share, Similar to H3CZ and Scump’s Lawsuit Claims

By Arjun Nair
CDL Team Owners Desire Increased Sponsor Revenue Share, Similar to H3CZ and Scump's Lawsuit Claims

Call of Duty League Owners Hold Closed-Door Meetings Amidst Activision Lawsuit

Activision, the company behind the widely popular video game franchise Call of Duty, is currently facing a lawsuit from OpTic Gaming president Hector “H3CZ” Rodriguez and Call of Duty legend Seth “Scump” Abner. The lawsuit alleges that Activision has created a monopoly in the competitive Call of Duty scene, impeding other organizers and operators from hosting commercial competitions. As a result, the lawsuit seeks damages amounting to $680 million.

Improving Owner Revenue Splits: Closed-Door Discussions

In response to the ongoing lawsuit, it has been reported that Call of Duty League owners are engaging in closed-door meetings with Activision. These meetings aim to address the concerns raised by the lawsuit and explore possibilities for improving owner revenue splits.

The outcome of these discussions could potentially shape the future of the Call of Duty League and its business model. It remains to be seen how the owners and Activision will navigate this legal dispute and work towards a resolution that benefits all parties involved.

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