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Call of Duty League Week 1 Betting Odds

The Minnesota ROKKR will host the first weekend of action in the Call of Duty League
Call of Duty League

The inaugural season of the Call of Duty League is quickly approaching with action set to kick off in Minnesota on January 24. The first weekend, which spans Friday through Sunday, will see all 12 teams compete in their first games in franchise history.

And though we have yet to see these new rosters in action, odds have already been posted for the first week of Call of Duty League action.

Dallas Empire vs Chicago Huntsmen

The first game in league history will feature the Dallas Empire facing off against the Chicago Huntsmen. The Empire have opened as the first betting favorite in CoD League history with the squad being listed at -172 while the Huntsmen come back at +119.

Dallas enters the inaugural season with two of the best players to ever play Call of Duty at the highest level in Ian “Crimsix” Porter and James “Clayster” Eubanks. Two of the attributes that make both Crimsix and Clayster so highly revered is their adaptability, with both showing excellent mastery of CoD no matter which entry in the series they competed in. The real question on this team surrounds the younger cast members, specifically 18-year-old Indervir “iLLeY” Dhaliwal.

The Huntsmen enter the first game as underdogs but their roster is filled to the brim with good to great players. The squad has no specific holes in their starting lineup – though Dylan “Envoy” Hannon needs to prove last season was not a fluke – and will also feature the greatest SMG player in CoD history in Seth “Scump” Abner.

Fans of Call of Duty could not have asked for a better game to open the inaugural season.

Dallas Empire vs Chicago Huntsmen
Dallas Empire-172
Chicago Huntsmen+119

Odds as of January 3 at BetDSI

Toronto Ultra – The Biggest Underdog

The Toronto Ultra were the third team to announce their full roster for the Call of Duty League but it is not a lineup that inspires a lot of confidence. Daniel “Loony” Loza and Anthony “Methodz” Zinni are a solid duo at the core of the roster but the rest of the lineup is largely filled with younger players with something to prove.

When you couple their unproven roster with a star-studded first opponent in the Seattle Surge, the Ultra opened as +244 underdogs for their first game. That +244 line makes the Ultra the biggest underdog in the first weekend of the Call of Duty League.

Seattle Surge vs Toronto Ultra
Seattle Surge-400
Toronto Ultra+244

Odds as of January 3 at BetDSI

Dallas Empire vs Atlanta FaZe – Game of the Weekend?

According to the opening lines, fans can expect a barnburner when the Dallas Empire and Atlanta FaZe face off in Week 1. Opening lines have the Empire as slight -137 favorites with FaZe coming back at -105.

We have already gone over the Empire roster but it is also worth noting that this will be their second game of the weekend while this will be the first for FaZe.

Looking at the FaZe roster, one gets dreams of what could be a special team. Their entire starting lineup is 21 or younger and filled to the brim with potential. That being said, Tyler “aBeZy” Pharris and Chris “Simp” Lehr played together on the 2019 World Champions eUnited with Simp winning the MVP. It is fair if the age can scare you off from wanting to back FaZe right out of the gate but this team has perennial contender written all over it.

Dallas Empire vs Atlanta FaZe
Dallas Empire-137
Atlanta FaZe-105

Rest of the Lines

Seattle Surge vs Florida Mutineers
Seattle Surge-233
Florida Mutineers+156
Minnesota ROKKR vs LA Guerrillas
Minnesota ROKKR-233
LA Guerrillas+156
New York Subliners vs London Royal Ravens
New York Subliners-167
London Royal Ravens+115
LA Guerrillas vs Florida Mutineers
LA Guerrillas-109
Florida Mutineers-133
OpTic Gaming LA vs Paris Legion
OpTic Gaming LA-147
Paris Legion+102

Odds as of January 3 at BetDSI